You have chosen YELLOW as your favorite color at this moment.
There is a strength in this color that you can draw on when you need extra clarity and depth of character. You like YELLOW because it resonates (feels right). When you clearly know that YELLOW is one of your strengths and you know why it is important to you, you will know when to call on it.
There are probably others in your family or among your coworkers or friends who also like this color. Knowing this about that person can help you understand them better and allows you to know how to draw on their strength when needed.
Now let’s find out what aspects of YELLOW stand out for you!
When You Are Attracted to a Color
If yellow is a color you are drawn to, there is an attribute that is part of yellow’s vibration that is also part of who you are. There may still be other attributes in yellow that you are in process with (or that are not important for you to use), but just the fact that you are drawn to it means you already incorporate part of its resonant vibration as a personality strength. Why is that important? Being conscious of your strengths lets you know who you are. Then, you can let go of what others think you should be. In fact they probably won’t even attempt to insert their own ideas of who you are because you are so clearly presenting your true self.
From childhood we receive impressions of who we are supposed to be, what we should like, who we should hang out with. Often times we go along with this until there comes a time that we question what we have been told. Then, the exploration begins. I remember a time when we were moving out of a house and moving into a condo. In a basement room were boxes of all the different hobbies I had tried out–knitting, making jewelry, sewing, etc. I sat with each box of materials I used for the hobby. I asked myself, “Do I like to knit?” Knitting made me anxious instead of relaxing me. I remembered the V neck sweater I had knitted for my husband. It was so big, I finally sewed up the sides. The V was almost to his waist. He wore it a few times anyway, but all that work ended up in dissatisfaction. I asked myself the same question with each box of materials. In the end, I realized I didn’t enjoy any of it. I thought it was what women did. I was glad I had tried out each of the hobbies. They helped me begin to sort out my own likes and dislikes and in the process I began to learn more about my strengths and how to use them.
Recognizing the colors you like helps you sort out who you are. What do you bring into life that creates your unique print on the world? You are special and unique, you know. Others may like similar colors, but what strengths you exhibit from those colors show up in you in a way that is different from everyone else. They help create what your life looks like and they open doors to new experiences you may not have thought possible. Owning up to your strengths allows you to use those attributes to their fullest. Most of us have been taught to be humble. ‘Don’t think too highly of yourself’ becomes one of the messages. I have found that humility comes when you fully accept your gifts. In other words, you have a lot to offer through your humanness. Your personality is important; it is an expression of you. It only becomes challenging when you doubt yourself or feel a need for others to confirm who you are. When you fully accept what you have to offer, you then can fully appreciate what others offer. That balance creates humility because you know your personality traits are here for a greater good and you can see that in others as well.
Getting to Know the Color Yellow
Think of something Yellow, like a lemon, yellow flower, yellow scarf, or a bright yellow sun. Focus on what you have chosen. How does yellow feel to you? Are you comfortable with it?
Now, let’s look at some of your yellow attributes. See which of the following descriptions feel like you!
● Bright ● Clean ● Curious ● Humorous ● Happy ● Confident ● Pay attention to detail ● Think clearly ● Put ideas into understandable chunks ● Listen to other’s ideas ● Like orderliness
Memories of Yellow
Many people find that their experiences growing up affect their feelings about a color. Or, you may remember an object of that color that meant something to you at a younger age.
Can you point to situations in your life where yellow left its imprint?
How did that affect how you feel about yellow?
If yellow is your favorite color, you have some amazing abilities to work with.
A Story about Yellow
One day I was at the bank. I noticed a woman wearing a beautiful yellow suit. I commented on it and asked her if she knew what yellow meant. She didn’t. I told her it was about happiness and being mentally clear. Then, she told me her story. She had finished cancer treatments a few weeks ago. Tests now showed that she was cancer free. She had felt impelled to buy this suit when she saw it in the store. It reflected how she felt. Her life was happier than it had been in a long time. She was feeling clear and fresh!
Your Attributes in yellow
If you love yellow, you probably have a very bright mind. You can problem solve easily, getting to the heart of the matter quickly.
Likely you tend to be happy, with a bright smile for those you meet. You wake up fresh, ready to go.
You love bright colors, fresh air, and wide open spaces.
You have a good sense of what you are good at and confidently use those talents.
People seek you out for solutions to problems. They like being around your confident openness. They feel accepted by you.
One of yellow’s greatest gifts is to help you know yourself. You gain clarity about your personality and how that supports your deeper self. Confidence comes from that acceptance. It is nice to have acceptance from others, yet accepting who you are, for yourself, creates a strong platform for offering yourself in service.
Then, when someone judges how you are, you can step back to discern if there is something in what that person is saying that you need to pay attention to. Often what comes from others as judgment is their own inability to accept themselves.
Another way to appreciate yellow
Try adding lemon juice to the water you drink. Put a drop of lemon essential oil on your feet. Lemon is a purifier. It can clear the body of toxins, just like yellow can clear your thoughts.
Your Color Attributes Vibrate in Your Energy Field
Have you ever noticed how you can tell a lot about a person even before you meet them? It may partly come to you based on how they stand, how they project their voice, and other subtle, but obvious, messages they put out. But, did you know that you also pick up information about them from their energy field?
Think about a person with the Yellow Vibration. You often feel their bright, happy energy by just being near them or even seeing them across the room. You may not consciously think about what you are feeling, but it is there and affects how you know that person.
So, what about you? What do others pick up in your energy vibration? What are you communicating through your energy field? Imagine you are standing next to yourself. What do you feel from the colors in your field? Does any of that match the attributes in yellow? Are there attributes in yellow you know are you, but you have yet to embrace?
Ah, well, that’s the human journey isn’t it? What makes it more fun is that you can bring on those attributes just by being more conscious of the vibrations of each color.
Other Color Attributes You May Want to Embrace
Now that you have recognized your attributes in red, you may be curious about other colors.
That’s why we are offering you a chance to learn about all 6 colors. Wouldn’t it be life changing to be consciously aware of the attributes you bring to this life?
Imagine how helpful it would be to learn more about others through the colors they love. You would understand why they avoid some things and are excited to do something else.
The attributes we are calling strengths in each of the colors have been compiled in an e-book for you. Just as you discovered your color attributes in this color, you can now learn about the other colors to see what fits you and what might fit others you know.