If you’ve ever experienced colour light therapy, you’ll be aware of its subtle and sometimes, not-so-subtle, effects. The experience of  PURE colour is something else, and definitely something to try. My favourite colour light experiences … The first time I experienced pure colour was via the Monocrom Dome created by Karl Ryberg, a Swedish architect and inventor. …

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I always used to say that ‘colouring-in’ would be my occupation of choice. Actually, I still say it! The process of shading and colouring is such a meditative process. The product is beautifully satisfying. And sometimes beautiful. “Now WHY did I NOT become an artist??”http:// Anyway, the trend for colouring books grows. For grown-ups as …

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My Colour is Rainbow

And other stories … I still remember learning ROYGBIV in primary school to learn the colours of the rainbow. Did you do that, too? Rainbows are certainly one of nature’s wonderful decorations. Magical. With so many children’s books on colour and rainbows, it’s worthwhile to highlight some special ones. Here is a delightful picture book …

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We all have our favourite colours. Mine is celadon green … or aqua blue … or rose pink … Well, I guess it all depends on my mood!  But colour can also affect our mood. Why not choose colours to create a happy one?     THESE COLOURS CAN HELP YOUR MOOD: Choose YELLOW For …

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So, I’ve just notched up my fourth long-haul flight in the past 12 months. And since I live in southern Australia, ‘long-haul’ means pretty much going anywhere! But specifically, this year’s travel has meant one trip to the US, one to the UK, and two trips to central and eastern Europe. Which is all very …

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