How To See Color More Clearly

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I love living in the desert. I think the desert is amazingly beautiful. Some people look at it and can only see brown. I see brown, but I also see the whole spectrum of the rainbow! Today is National Color Day, and I challenge you to find the full spectrum of a rainbow in your surroundings.

primary wheel ryb secondaryUse the power of complimentary colors to help vitalize a color for you. Complimentary colors are opposite of each other on the color wheel. Here’s a very basic one to give you the idea. Red compliments green, orange compliments blue, and yellow compliments violet. For example, if you are trying to see the green in a rock, stare at something red for thirty seconds. When you bring your gaze back to the rock, the green tones in it will really start to pop! Have fun watching the rainbow unfold before your eyes.

Here’s the rainbow of the desert from photos I took on my hike last weekend. Enjoy!

RED

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ORANGE

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YELLOW

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GREEN

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BLUE

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INDIGO

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VIOLET

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You don’t need rain to see rainbows after all!

Your Creativity Coach,

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Bonnie Kelso is the creator of The ABCs of Conscious Creating. She uses energy healing and creating exercises to connect people to their higher “creative” selves. For more information about her services read about her ACCESS! program or to schedule a consultation please contact her at creatingyourexperience@gmail.com. Are you ready to vitalize your creative life?


One thought on “How To See Color More Clearly

  1. What fantastic photos. Red Rock Canyon is one of my favorite Vegas places. People don’t give us credit for having so much natural beauty along with the manmade. Thanks for bringing it to our attention and spreading the word.

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