The Little Book of Colour

The Little Book of Colour

How to Use the Psychology of Colour to Transform your Life

Book - 2019
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Wouldn't you like to boost your confidence simply by slipping on 'that' green jumper? Or when you get home after a stressful day, be instantly soothed by the mellow yellow of your walls? Colour is all around us and every day we make important decisions based on the colours in our lives. In this book, leading Colour Psychologist Karen Haller explains how to understand and use the inherent power of colour to positively transform how you feel, think, and behave. A revolutionary guide to boosting your wellbeing, The Little Book of Colour puts you firmly in the driver's seat and on the road to changing the colours in your world to revamp your mood and motivation. Illuminating the science, psychology, and emotional significance of colour, with key assessments for finding your own true colour compatibility, this book will help you to rediscover meaning in everything you do through the joy of colour. Get ready to join the colour revolution, and change your life for the better.
Publisher: [London] :, Penguin Life,, 2019.
Branch Call Number: 155.9 HAL
Characteristics: 272 pages :,color illustrations ;,19 cm.
Custom Field2: Includes bibliographical references (pages 256-259)

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