Psychology of Color: Purple

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Purple is one of my favorite colors.  There is a store I discovered while travelling in South Carolina called Purpleologist and everything in the entire store was purple, it was stunning and amazing, I felt like I was “home’

Did you know that your favorite color has certain psychological tendencies associated with it?

The color purple has been associated with Royalty and Nobility for centuries

People who favor the color purple, tend to have great intuition and are a great judge of character.

They tend to be a “people magnet”, they are very approachable and have good charisma.

They often have an innovative spirit and are the visionaries of the world.

They are extremely creative and organize themselves and others well.

They are unique and imaginative and seldom fit in to ‘the norm’ or ‘inside the box’.  They are open-minded and accepting of others and new ideas.

Purple lovers are sensitive and compassionate, understanding and supportive, thinking of others before themselves.  People often come to them for help and others tend to take advantage of their kind generosity

They have high ideals and standards and are deep thinkers.

Purple is made up of a combination of red and blue and gains energy and strength of red with the spirituality and integrity of blue

Purple expands our awareness and assists those who seek spiritual fulfillment.  It is the union of our body and soul

Purple represents imagination and dreams, while spiritually calms the emotions, keeping us ‘grounded’

It inspires unconditional and selfless love, devoid of ego, encourages sensitivity and compassion

Because it invokes creativity and imagination, and promotes a free spirit, it often inspires Artists, musicians, writers, poets and psychics, they don’t like being imposed upon by others beliefs, rules and regulations

It is the color of the humanitarian, using its better judgment to do good for others

If you love all things purple, you may like to follow my Purple Board on Pinterest

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