Yellow helps strengthen the nerves and the mind. It helps
awaken mental inspiration and stimulates higher mentality. Thus,
it is an excellent color for nervous or nerve-related conditions
or ailments. It also energizes the muscles. Dark yellow soothes
pains in the nerves (shooting pains).
Yellow can be used for conditions of the
stomach, liver, and intestines. Speeds up the digestion and assimilation,
and the stool. It helps the pores of the skin and aids scarred
tissue in healing itself. Yellow links with and stimulates the
solar plexus, or psychic center. It can be used for psychic burnout
or other psychic-related conditions or ailments. Activates and
cheers up depressed and melancholic people. Gives lust for life.
People attracted to the colour yellow usually have sunny dispositions
and are good communicators who love to talk. Those who prefer
the stronger shades of yellow often tend to be arrogant or conceited,
while those who are drawn to the more pastel shades of yellow
may be timid.
Yellow stimulates the intellect and has a generally cheering effect.
It has been found to be useful in facilitating the digestive process
and in curing skin problems. However, like red and orange, it
is not recommended for people experiencing great stress. Overstimulation
could result in exhaustion and depression.
Esoteric/magical: Elemental air. Deities for
trade, travel, knowledge and magick. Life-force, vitality, change,
progress, contact, communication, trade, commerce, to persuade
with confidence, joy, cheerfulness, learning, knowledge, mental
clarity, concentration, memorizing, tests, speaking and writing,
traveling, affirmation, visualization.
Preference for yellow: The color of the sun,
life-force, vividity, vitality and energy. The color of cheerfulness,
curiosity, alternation, flexibility, progress, amusement, contact
through traveling and communication, learning and practical knowledge.
A feeling for writing and speaking.
Aversion to yellow: A person who has aversion
to yellow may be emotionally disappointed and bitter.May have
tendency to rationalize feelings, or to avoid the depth of life
by often changing relationships, many superficial relationships
and/or constant changing activities.