Green with Envy: Hidden Meanings of the colour Green April 06, 2016 17:59
The colour green has long been thought to have some sort of supernatural healing quality, because of its ability to evoke calmness and relaxation. Green is also abundant in plants and grass, so is associated with life and the natural world. These qualities make green a popular choice when it comes to home decoration.
There are lots more qualities of the colour green. Here are some more hidden meanings, along with some of our favourite green products. All of our products can be personalised with your own name or message.
Green is the colour of renewal and rebirth, through its association with nature. Green is the colour of springtime and indicates new life. It allows us to see things from a new perspective and make a fresh start. In this sense, green can also represent a lack of experience or immaturity.
Our Henna Garden pillar candle is inspired by nature and is decorated with multi-coloured flowers
Green can affect our physical and mental wellbeing in a number of ways. It is a great soother of the emotions and can help alleviate anxiety and depression, as well as bringing a balance between the head and the heart. Green is the colour of the heart centre chakra, and it is also associated with peace, and a feeling of safety.
A cup of tea from our No.1 Mum mug will surely make you feel calm and relaxed.
We've all heard the phrase "green with envy" which is one of the negative traits of the colour green. Another manifestation of this is the term "green-eyed monster" to mean jealousy. The reason for this negative aspect is that green is the colour of money, so it represents greed and selfish desire
Visitors to your home are bound to feel envious when they see this Lime Blush ball candle.
Because green is the colour of the heart centre, it is a colour used often in meditation to relax and calm the body and mind. Green is also a combination of yellow and blue, so it takes on the attributes of those colours. Blue is renowned for having a calming influence, while yellow represents mental clarity.
Our Enchanted Eden candle can either be used in mediation, or just as a relaxing focal point in your room.
Green is the colour of prosperity and wealth, and encourages the need to own more materialist possessions. This is because of green's association with money, and the term "greenback" which refers to a US dollar bill.
Our Teal Temptation pillar candle might not bring you wealth, but it would be a welcome addition in any home.
Finally, green is an inspirational and uplifting colour which brings hope for the future, through its association with wealth. The phrase "greener pastures" is often used to mean the hope of something better in future. In Ireland, green is associated with the four leaf clover, a symbol of good luck.
Our Vibrant Celebration candle set will bring you good luck, during Diwali, and for the rest of the year.
We have a range of different products to suit all occasions, and you can view the full collection here. All of our items can be personalised with a name or initial, date, or a personal message. You can also choose your own colours to match your home.
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