Wednesday, 15 June 2011

Colour is magic!

I love finding websites that are interesting. I have been on coloursofthesoul.com and am having loads of fun! I found out that the colour of the day for Tuesday is red. A day to get moving and put into action projects that you feel most passionately about, today will strengthen your resolve and increase your levels of confidence. Spend a minute focusing on the image to the right, take three deep and slow breathes in through your nose and out through your mouth to usher in the energy of confidence & passion.

You may ask why does each day of the week correspond to a different colour? It is because the Ancient esoteric schools that existed in Greece & Egypt assigned much significance to colour and its influence on our every day thoughts, feelings and actions. Their studies revealed that each day of the week was connected to a particular colour and on that day the colour attributes were stronger and more powerful. Each musical key links to a colour and corresponds to a chakra or energy centers of the body.

I did a little reading and it said "You are being urged to take a risk, you've pondered and thought about this long enough, break free from self limiting barriers."

Have a go for yourself...



The clip of the day is about book making, no wonder books where treated like gold back then



This week I watched 'Love is the Devil' a biography of British painter Francis Bacon that focuses on his relationship with his lover, George Dyer, a former small time crook, it was pretty horrible!



The card of the day is


I thought I would Google my life purpose and I found this page on how to find your life purpose stevepavlina.com which takes about 20 mins but I figured mine out in a second. You could also try:


15 Questions to Discover Your Life Purpose

Take out a few sheets of loose paper and a pen. Find a place where you will not be interrupted. Turn off your cell phone. Write the answers to each question down. Write the first thing that pops into your head. Write without editing. Use point form. It’s important to write out your answers rather than just thinking about them. Write quickly. Give yourself less than 60 seconds a question. Preferably less than 30 seconds.
Be honest. Nobody will read it. It’s important to write without editing. Enjoy the moment and smile as you write.

1. What makes you smile? (Activities, people, events, hobbies, projects, etc.)
2. What are your favorite things to do in the past? What about now?
3. What activities make you lose track of time?
4. What makes you feel great about yourself?
5. Who inspires you most? (Anyone you know or do not know. Family, friends, authors, artists, leaders, etc.) Which qualities inspire you, in each person?
6. What are you naturally good at? (Skills, abilities, gifts etc.)
7. What do people typically ask you for help in?
8. If you had to teach something, what would you teach?
9. What would you regret not fully doing, being or having in your life?
10. You are now 90 years old, sitting on a rocking chair outside your porch; you can feel the spring breeze gently brushing against your face. You are blissful and happy, and are pleased with the wonderful life you’ve been blessed with. Looking back at your life and all that you’ve achieved and acquired, all the relationships you’ve developed; what matters to you most? List them out.
11. What are your deepest values? Select 3 to 6 (See list of words to help you | list in pdf) and prioritize the words in order of importance to you.
12. What were some challenges, difficulties and hardships you’ve overcome or are in the process of overcoming? How did you do it?
13. What causes do you strongly believe in? Connect with?
14. If you could get a message across to a large group of people. Who would those people be? What would your message be?
15. Given your talents, passions and values. How could you use these resources to serve, to help, to contribute? ( to people, beings, causes, organization, environment, planet, etc.)

Good LUCK x

This made me cry this morning