Unit 11-lesson-3


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Unit 11-lesson-3

  1. 1. COLOUR THERAPY Unit-11 Lesson-3
  2. 2. - Don’t talk each other - Listen carefully - Be active
  3. 3. Aim: We will be able to express our feeling and emotions
  4. 4. Nervous Definition: to cause someone to feel unhappy and without hope for the future Definition worried and anxious Depressed
  5. 5. <ul><li>You are unhappy when a. you walk in fresh air.
  6. 6. You feel relaxed when b. you can’t control your emotions.
  7. 7. You feel nervous when c. everything is OK.
  8. 8. You feel depressed when d. you get a bad mark at school.
  9. 9. You feel excited when e. you meet interesting people.
  10. 10. You feel calm f. you younger brother/sister is </li></ul>very late. <ul><li>You feel worried g. you have an exam
  11. 11. You are emotional h. you hear bad news </li></ul>
  12. 12. Feeling and emotions It makes me (her/him) feel + adjectives For example: Blue makes me feel happy. Red makes him feel calm.
  13. 13. About Colour Therapy We often use colours to describe our moods and emotions. But according to practitioners of colour therapy the link between colours and our moods and emotions goes deeper than that. They believe that not only do colours affect our emotions but they have healing properties too.
  14. 14. Mother: Good morning. Mrs.Jenkins. Jenkins: Good morning. So how can I help you? Mother: Well, I am worried about my daughter, Jane. She often seems sad … unhappy. Jenkins: Oh dear. And how old is she? Mother: She’s 15. I know it’s a difficult age but… Jenkins: What colour clothes does she usually wear? Mother: She wears a lot of red. Jenkins: Mm… I see. People often wear red to attract the attention of others and it can make them very emotional.
  15. 15. Mother: So what would you advise me to do? Jenkins: Nothing. But I would advise Jane to wear more green or blue. Blue is relaxing and brings peace and happiness. Green is also has a calming effect. But too much of these colours could make her too relaxed and passive, so she should wear other colours too but not a lot of red! And how is her appetite? Mother: Not very good. She also has skin problems. Jenkins: In that case, give her lot of orange and yellow food. This should calm her skin and stop her being depressed. It’ll soon make her happy again.
  16. 16. <ul><li>Who is worried?
  17. 17. Who is she worried about?
  18. 18. Why? </li></ul>
  19. 19. Colours Black   Navy   Blue   Green   Teal   Lime   Aqua   Maroon   Purple   Olive   Gray   Silver   Red   Fuchsia   Yellow   White  
  20. 20. Red : The colour red represents vitality, creativity, energy and power. People who favour the colour red are usually those that like to be in the forefront where they can attract a lot of attention. They are often quick to react and overemotional.  This colour helps to loosen stiffness and restraints. It stimulates the release of adrenalin in the bloodstream and causes haemoglobin to multiply. Hence, it results in greater strength and energy and is good for treating anaemia and other blood-related conditions. Red can also make you feel warmer, reducing pain that comes from the cold. It also helps for people who are feeling lethargic or depressed.  However, an excess of red can make a person agitated and aggressive. While it may excite sexual passion, it can also lead to anger and destructive behaviour. It is not recommended to be used for people who have heart trouble or who have a nervous disposition. 
  21. 21. Orange: Like red, orange is also an energising colour. Used in moderation, it has a gentle warming effect. It is useful in treating gallstones, digestive ailments, chest and kidnet diseases and arthritis. It helps to lift the spirits of people who are depressed, lonely, who feel hemmed in or who feel that their lives lack direction.  However, too much orange can lead to agitation and restlessness like the colour red. 
  22. 22. Yellow: 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. 
  23. 23. Green: The colour green represents balance, harmony and hope. People who favour the yellower tones of green are usually adventurous in nature, while those who prefer the bluer tones of green tend to be optimists. If green is your colour, remember to add a little red or orange to your surroundings to liven things up a little. Green helps to calm frazzled nerves and is good for people with heart conditions. It stimulates growth and therefore helps to heal broken bones and facilitates the regrowth of tissue. It is recommended for pregnant women to create a serene atmosphere.  However, too much green can bring on a sense of lethargy as the person settles into a state of tranquility almost approaching stagnation. A person tends to become complacent as he does not feel a sense of challenge or a need to strive towards any goal. 
  24. 24. Blue: Blue is the colour of truth, nobility and serenity. It has a cooling, soothing and calming effect. Blue-coloured clothes should be worn to combat the heat in the summer. It helps for people who are feeling frightened or flustered. Meditating on the clour blue before one sleeps helps to ward off mightmares.  In the physical sense, blue is useful in bringing down a fever. It helps to stop bleeding, is good for burns and can cure a sore throat. It is recommended for people suffering from shock, inflammation and nervous breakdowns. It is not advisable for people with bad circulation.  However, blue can be calming to the point of having a sedative effect. It can make a person passive and easily led or taken advantage of. An overdose of blue can make you feel cold, sad and depressed. 
  25. 25. Indigo: The colour indigo is associated with the mysterious and the profound. People attracted to this colour usually look beyond the surface of things. They are drawn to higher things, sometimes even the occult.  Indigo stimulates the intellect. It gives a person a sense of courage, authority and inner calmness.  At the physical level, indigo purifies the blood. It is useful in treating diseases of the ear, nose and eyes and for sinus problems. It is also used for curing varicose veins, diseases of the nervous system, boils and ulcers, and skin disorders.   
  26. 26. Violet: Violet is a very powerful colour and has strong links with creativity. It is said that Leonardo da Vinci meditated upon it and that Beethoven had violet curtains. Those drawn to this colour are often shy.  It is useful in treating people who are excessively emotionally agitated. It also helps compulsive eaters to calm down and control their compulsion to eat.  The creative energy unleashed by this colour is often too much to handle and if not channelized properly can make a person feel quite ill. It is not advisable for clinically depressed individuals. 
  27. 27. New words: Calm- peaceful and quiet; without hurried movement, worry or noise Excited- to make someone have strong feelings of happiness and enthusiasm Worried- unhappy because you are thinking about problems or unpleasant things that might happen Emotional- having and expressing strong feelings Relaxed- to (cause someone to) become less active and more calm and happy, or to (cause a part of the body to) become less stiff