I know what you’re thinking – but I can take it.
Why in the world is Bernard prodding a beast that goes against color.
Technically, I want to share with you a specific type of “coloring” and then offer you some quirky ways to still color but not in the traditional sense.
Coloring by common definition is a child’s act in which kid takes a utensil of color to canvas, paper or book outlining what he or she must fill in.
I have to tell you that coloring gets boring real quick if you consider coloring in that regard so here are some exciting ways you can enjoy the benefits of coloring in the now-century.
Batteries not included.
- Wake up doodle – Spring out of bed (safety first) and grab the first crayon you are attracted to and draw out the first shape that comes to mind. This quick enticing game of color catch will surely set your day intentionally and get you to process any energy your subconscious has been doodling with all night long.
- A Case of Rainbow – Arrange all your books on your bookcase or shelf in rainbow format. ROYGBIV. Miscellaneous colors like black, brown and white can go at either end that feels right to you. If you want to share your images with me on Instagram #thecolormage that would be fun!
- Altar of Color – If you liked arranging things in color than why not try out building your own altar using one color and switch it up every week.
- Food Junkie – Buy great organic nutritious food that follows ROYGBIV during one week. That’s a color day and it keeps the gray away!
- Speak Easy – Write your very own acronym poem using the letters ROYGBIV and share with us on Facebook. Rainbows on You Give Bernard’s Intuition Vroom!
- Om this color feels good – Enjoy 31 relaxing and thought provoking meditations with my color therapy month playlist
- Say Awh – Dentists recommend we change our toothbrushes every 3 months. So why not buy a new color toothbrush with intention + purpose.
Until next time <3 :star: and
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