COLORS are like words that shape a STORY, like notes that shape music. One can fit together COLORS to relate SMELL with the mental perception; of wind blowing or the vision of mountains or the image of an elegant woman dressed up for an evening out. Using COLORS to tell a STORY, you are using your INTUITION, EMOTION, rather than your reasoning.
There are only three primary COLORS, red, yellow and blue. All other COLORS come from mixing these appropriately. It is what we do with them that is important. It is how you combine them, COLORS are spiritual. Georgia O’Keefe said; “I found I could say things with COLOR and SHAPES that I could not say any other way. Things I had no words for.”
COLORS speak louder than words. Life is art, so live yours in COLOR. COLOR creates the STORY. When you obtain a vision, COLORS, EMOTION and SMELL reside in the LIMBIC SYSTEM along with the vision. COLOR carries EMOTION, a FEELING. TELLING A STORY that evolves from EMOTION AND COLOR will help the STORYTELLER HAVE “NEURAL COUPLING” with the listener.
With almost 2,200 individuals, from various countries, I have demonstrated “NEURAL COUPLING” of COLOR with SMELL, having almost 95% of participants possessing the same response. This response is not cultural it is EMOTIONAL. It is a mechanism of harmonizing everything without thought, which is processed in the LIMBIC SYSTEM.THAT IS KNOWN AS INTUITION.
We have to take advantage of having in the same place in the brain; EMOTION, VISION, SMELL and then create a STORY. Using a STORY, we are able to “NEURAL COUPLE” with another. With that powerful “COUPLING” you have unity with another through their HEART.
Goethe said; “COLOR IS AN ESSENTIAL PART OF HOW WE EXPERIENCE THE WORLD.” So what COLOR is your HEART? A PASSIONATE RED, A CHILDLIKE PINK, A WISDOM LOOK OF PURPLE, A COLD DISTANT BLUE, A FRIGHTENED YELLOW, A ENVIOUS GREEN
NOW HOW POWERFUL IS THAT? REALLY
Categories: PERSPECTIVES Philosophical Perspective
Ron Winnegrad has been a Perfumer and teacher for 46 years. As a perfumer, Ron has been able to express the world he sees through a rainbow of olfactive and emotive visions. As a teacher, Ron has helped others to see fragrance through his own multi sensorial lens.
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