Want a new hobby? Colour can help!
The colour that you are attracted to at this point in your life is a good indication of what hobby, activity or new discovery will best suit you.
Take a minute and think about the colour that has recently caught your eye. Now choose a new and rewarding experience.
Red: Get rid of excess energy in a constructive manner. Be active, very active! Take up an adventure sport like rock climbing or scuba diving. Join the kids rollerblading on the beachfront or at the ice-skating rink. Ballroom dancing and belly dancing will get you in touch with your inner goddess, and make you look and feel sexy.
Orange: Express yourself creatively. When you make or create something it helps to improve self-worth issues. Take up pottery, art or mosaic classes, flower arranging or cake decorating. Make your own jewellery or candles. Admire your handwork and feel how it lifts your spirits.
Yellow: Exercise and stimulate your brain. Learn a new language. Sign up for a writing course. Read a Shakespeare novel. Acquiring knowledge will give your self-confidence a boost. When you are well-read and informed it will also assist in dispelling irrational fears.
Green: Bring balance and harmony into your life. Grow a herb or vegetable garden, or just beautify your home with a lovely lush oasis. Spending time in nature will connect you to your heart’s desires.
Blue: Use your voice. Join a book club where you can discuss your favourite books with like-minded people. Take a toastmasters course. Go for singing lessons, or join your local church or temple choir. Don’t be shy to join the chanting in your yoga class. Build trust in your own voice and opinions.
Indigo: Do introspection. Learn how to meditate to find stillness and tap into your subtle senses. Explore tools like astrology or colours, and do personality tests online. When you know and trust yourself you live according to your personal beliefs.
Violet: Do something for the greater good. Help out at the soup kitchen of your church or community centre. Volunteer at an animal shelter, children’s home or old age home. Being in service for the good of all brings body, mind and spirit together.