Samuel asked, “… is there any relationship between colours that a person like or preferred with any of that person characteristics or traits? I recalled someone mentioned possible relations with colours and numbers, and I’m trying to see if I can find it in your book, or some other numerology books, and understand how it could relate or associated to us. Curiosity tells me I need to look into that further. If you can provide some insides or information, that’ll be great!”
A few months ago, I posted an article “Slice of Colours: Personalities & Vibes” about the possibility to understand a person’s personalities and traits through their preferred colours, and on using colours as an external influencer. I’ve also posted some articles on colours like “Careers and Colours of the Mind” where Samuel can check it up.
Yes, there are connections between colours and the numbers in the Elements of Numbers (EON) method. For example, we can easily associate the red colour with the Fire element, and to the numbers 3 and 8. And when we expand on the traits associated to numbers 3 and 8, we can think of creativity (sparks, ideas, light bulb), passion, fiery desire (wild fire), warm, hot, temperaments, heart/cardiovascular, blood vessels, and so on.
We can easily associate blue colour to the Water element, and to the numbers 2 and 7. We can think of distracted thoughts (wavy water), insecurity (rippled water), sensual and sexual needs (thirst, bathing) and so on.
And when we mixed the red and blue colours, the purple colour comes to mind. Imagine the presence of the numbers 2, 7, 3, and 8. Mixed the traits together and you can identify tendency signs suggesting religious, wisdom, and spirituality pursuits.
Colours do influence us both on subconscious and conscious levels. The clothes you wear could influence you somehow. That is why people preferred wearing clothes with certain shades of colours, and feels uneasy wearing clothes of other colours. The colours of the room at home, at work, and in public areas can create a sublime effect on you. That is why the designs and walls of some food courts (including café, restaurants) are with dash of green colour shades for a purpose; and others (like fast food chains) are with shades of red.
Samuel could visit the local libraries or bookstores and check out the books on Colours. There are many interesting online sites focusing on using colours in Feng Shui, and these are good starting point for Samuel to build up his references.
If Samuel is one of the lucky users given the opportunity to install my EON (Android) software, he could check the Universal and Personal numbers displayed on the screen. Besides having a quicker way to identify the periodic vibes and elemental vibes affecting the health, he could also focus on the possible traits that may influence the person by identifying the colours present.
When you understand the spectrum of colours and its influencing effects on a person, and combined them with EON, you’re creating an extended observation technique to understand a person’s personality and characters. And you can then apply this colourful technique to the living environment, and identify the possible vibes that could influence the person.
I’ve not forgotten my dream book “Slice of Colours: Personalities & Vibes.” It still has a subconscious effect on me. I could idealised the end of the rainbow is not a pot of gold but a hub full of visionary white lights. The visions where people can imagine living the life they want. And the actions they can take to make their visions come true.
Regards, Ron WZ Sun