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29. June 2020 at 12:49
Thank you so much for enlightening us on colours, I really found it useful in branding my business. Your website is cool too, mobile friendly and easy to navigate.
Please, what’s your Instagram handle or that of your website? I’d like to tag you as I used some graphics from your page. Thank you.
Jacob Olesen says
29. June 2020 at 16:45
Thanks for your comment. I’m pleased to hear you find my website useful.
Unfortunately I can’t give you my Instagram handle as I don’t have any 🙂
Please mention my website if you cite any of my work. Thanks.
Wyatt Green says
3. September 2020 at 23:12
I think this website is great and might help a lot of people who have trouble in their life. It might make them remember their memories even if they are young like me. This helped me. I believe so and I hope this gives me a brighter mood. I’m trying to be bright already. You remind me of my childhood and my drawings. Some were funny! You make me want to try and perhaps start coloring even more bright and maybe even dark drawings. I understand how awesome it is to know you have color in your everyday life. I hope I have lots of light in my future and inside of me. You have been an inspiration to many and may your existence live on. You must be quite bright in the heart, mind, and outside your body and your life. Take care and stay happy, live your dreams and have the best darn time of your life! 😇
28. April 2020 at 21:09
Hi! I’m very grateful. From Nigeria.
George C. O'Connor says
11. March 2020 at 23:50
Your site has opened a vast new world to me, a world of wonders that I was hitherto unaware of and more than ecstatic to find! I can only express my deepest gratitude to you.
Sue Passero says
19. January 2020 at 19:55
Thank you so much for this. I started studying about biblical color symbolism on the web and read your whole site including comments. I suffer from extreme depression and ptsd. I would love to end the condemnation I live with and be free. Learning colors would be a start. Thank you! I am old, and my favorite color has varied in my lifetime. It currently is green/blue. In any hue of that. It used to be blue/green hues. As a child it was blue, then purple. And various colors of magenta, fuscia, and wine have popped up here and there for like my 20’s- 40’s. It is green/blue now and has been for years. Especially in moving water – it really recharges me.
Francesca anzalone says
17. April 2020 at 18:09
I’m simply fascinated by your website and the meaning you tried to find behind Colors! I was just now trying to find a proper website in such regards. And your simple explanation just got my mind!
Moreover I don’t know why – but since the beginning I felt you were originally danish – without reading your BIO, then guess what, I’ve got known your origins. I still remember the magnificent Color of the sky in Copenhagen.
Thanks for such website!
Robert VanDyke says
2. May 2020 at 01:38
I’ve gone through the same color closeness and feel as you have and roughly about the same times. There is so much more to this existence than I ever thought possible and I’m nowhere near done, Van
Annette Croad says
13. January 2020 at 19:40
Your content and writing style have commandeered my attention this morning! I will need to bookmark you so I can get on with what I thought would be my day. 😉
Lately, I’ve been into pink. A casual photographer, I found myself drawn repeatedly to my own photos featuring all varieties of the color. The practice became a little addictive because it generated a consistent feeling close to euphoria.. certainly JOY! My next step was researching a bit on Color Psychology and Chromotherapy. This is how I arrived at your site today.
It occurs to me that with world natives so very restless as evidenced by current events, the color pink’s connotations of unconditional love and self-acceptance provide me respite and even hope. Thinking it could do that for others, in the last two weeks I put together a website inthepinkphotodigitaldownloadgallery.com which will at the least keep ME ‘in the pink’ and may have positive effect upon viewers. Then there is that ‘ripple effect’ – who knows what might just pacify those restless world natives! I will place a link to your site on my Color Effects Links page.
I am so impressed with your offering, and know you are changing lives for the better.
A suggestion: The About Me material placed atop your Menu, for easiest locating.
14. January 2020 at 10:39
Thank you so much for your kind comment. I’m happy you enjoy reading my site and find it useful. I definitely do believe colors can make the world a better place.
Excellent advice about the menu – I actually changed it recently and forgot to include my about and contact page, but now they’re back!
15. January 2020 at 15:01
And so am I (back)! 😉 There’s so much of interest to read. Please keep writing, and I’ll keep reading! Annette
15. January 2020 at 16:03
Welcome back, good to see you here again!
Thanks – I will 🙂
30. December 2019 at 20:31
Thanks for the insight. Recently, I heard God speak to me about colors but wasn’t certain of what the colors stood for. I’m so glad you shared this content.
Georgene Hensel says
1. November 2019 at 18:55
I just found this site, amazing, my very first read, in that my cell phone let me on the internet this morning. I have been looking for these answers for a long time, wondering if I choose a specific cod, when I try to personalize one of my Dreamcatchers for a person. Do you mind if I ask what your favorite color is, and it would be nice to hear back from you. You gave me more answers than I’ve ever gotten. PS. I could never decide whether green or blue was my favorite color. Thank You! Georgene Hensel – Yreka, California. Age: 70.
1. November 2019 at 19:00
Thanks for visiting. My favorite color is blue and it has been for as long as I can remember 🙂
Markus Olofsson says
7. July 2019 at 18:52
What an interesting webpage you got! I too have worked with colors for a long time, both from a spiritual side, and from a scientific! I and my father (retired psychologist) ran the Swedish Max Lüscher-Institute between 2006 – 2014.
We trained therapists and psychologists in the Max Lüscher color test, and we are the only two people allowed (by Max Lüscher) to train and inform in Sweden about this magnificant, psychosomatic test!
The Lüscher color test gives you a fast and precise insight on your emotional balance, and what to do if you have an imbalance! The test is based on more than 80 years of research, and is the most widespread test of it´s kind.
I would be happy to do the test on you if you are interested!
8. July 2019 at 21:54
Thanks for your comment. I’m glad to hear you like my site.
Please check the mail I just sent you.
20. June 2019 at 18:47
Hey Jacob, I was searching for yellow color meaning and google sent me to your website. I love your content and I used a bit of the yellow color meaning from your blog as a resource to write a blog post. I hope you don’t mind, also I shared a link of your website on my page.
Thank you for sharing your passion for colors, you just got me so interested in color meanings. xoxo
21. June 2019 at 08:04
Thanks for the mention, great to hear I helped you discover the wonderful world of colors 🙂
2. May 2019 at 02:14
Hi jacob, I read your article on chakra and I loved it the way you explained. I am building my gemstone sterling silver e commerce website and on my website I am creating a page which gives user information about gemstone and chakra. Will it be ok if I copy your chakra content and put it on my website chakra page?
6. May 2019 at 18:25
Thanks for your comment. I’m glad you enjoyed the article 🙂
Just a little friendly advice: The best approach to online publishing is to write unique content and then include a link to your source. This will benefit both you and your readers.
17. April 2019 at 22:32
This is great and I am really excited about this that I am learning. Keep it up.
Cindy Clayton says
12. April 2019 at 22:56
Have you ever heard of anyone who “sees” a certain color for a person’s name? For as long as she remembers, my friend Carole, who is 65 now, “sees” a certain color in her mind for almost every first name she hears. Until she was around 7 she thought everyone did!
Example: Cindy is silver. Arthur and Denny are both olive green. ALL Cindys, not just a certain Cindy. A color doesnt come into her mind when its in a foreign language or when the name is a modern, very unique name.
I really enjoy your sight and have enjoyed learning so many new things! Thank you and i hope you continue to write about colors!
April S says
8. July 2019 at 17:59
The condition is Synesthesia. This is a broad term for about 80 different forms of automatically associating colors with words, numbers, letters, music etc.
11. April 2019 at 04:24
I read your article “how colour affects memory”, it was awesome and I liked it. I have a similar post on psychology of colours.
Francisca Fitzgerald says
10. March 2019 at 15:50
Hello! I’m a journalist and future cinema student from Latin America, your article about colors helped me a lot! Thanks for sharing 🙂
Jutta Kuure says
8. March 2019 at 14:25
Thank you so much for your pages. Personally I am really interested in colors and the effect of them on us in every day basis. I use a lot of colors in my designs, and think that colors can surely bring happiness to our lives. I think we could use a lot more colorful patterns in senior homes, mental hospitals etc.
Right now I found especially interesting the color use in Japan, since I am working on a project to Japan. Thank you!
23. February 2019 at 08:06
Hi Jacob, thanks for the meaning of colours in Japan. We’re planning on gifts for our Japanese flat renters and that was the information needed.
14. February 2019 at 23:51
Literal answer to my prayers. I have just decided to start writing in my Bible (scary for me). I have been praying about what type of color scheme to use for highlights, underlining etc. There are so many Bible markings systems that are inconsistent color-scheme wise. For example, whereas I now know that red represents “Blood of Jesus, love of God, blood of lamb, atonement, salvation” many systems use red to represent STOP, sin, Satan, bad things, etc. Completely different! I started underlining last night and was really uncomfortable with my decisions on topic colors. I found this site in the nick of time! It has completely changed the way I was going to go using colors in my Bible and I now feel completely at peace. Thank you so much! Site is beautiful as well!
Jane Hills says
14. February 2019 at 22:34
Many years ago I was taken over in the spirit and spoke in Tongues and then interpreted it. The message was to remember the foliage and the fauna and the colors. I have always wondered about the colors. You have given me more insight. Thank you.
Kristen Webb says
13. February 2019 at 08:53
Thank you for the detailed information on biblical meaning of colors with scripture references.
Richard Tippett says
9. February 2019 at 22:12
Clear, concise color meanings. This page has been added to my permanent files.
David Hults says
9. February 2019 at 18:14
Loved this article about changing the aura color. I really appreciate your focus on the color spectrum and bringing concious understanding of how these vibrations impact us. Blessings and Light to you, Jacob!
Gail Marla Silva says
2. February 2019 at 16:39
Thanks for the awesome study on color. I really am enjoying it.
Wanda Miranda says
5. February 2019 at 04:34
Your meanings of the colors was very informative. Thank you.
5. February 2019 at 06:33
My name is Nellie and i am from South Africa. I design many of our showroom layouts and often i will find that on a particular day i am drawn to specific colours. I am very receptive to people and how they are feeling and so often colours and their choice of colour says so much about them. Your article is amazing. I really enjoyed it. Thank you so much.
15. January 2019 at 20:19
Hi Jacob, I really appreciate your effort as a teacher here, thanks a lot because you taught me what I didn’t know.
Timothy Hayes says
8. January 2019 at 18:30
I really enjoyed your website and interest in colors. Thanks!
Lieke Wouters says
15. May 2018 at 14:18
Hello Jacob, What a lovely website you have created!
I am writing a paper on Character Design and I am using your articles on the color blue and yellow for this. Could you tell me what your source is for the information you put in these articles, and what date you have posted them?
Thank you for this great site!
Lieke – from the Netherlands
16. May 2018 at 15:54
Thanks for your wonderful words.
I just sent you an email, let me know if you need anything else.
20. June 2018 at 02:18
I was searching on the meaning of Colours and came across your website, I really liked the articles
8. March 2018 at 12:15
I was searching on the meaning of Colours and came across your website, I really liked the article I read (the content is great and well delivered), so I also checked your bio out of curiosity and I really liked how you spoke about your passion for colours, sounds like a love story 🙂 I am myself from a ‘design background’ so thought I’d express my fascination of your passion as it sounded beautiful in your description 🙂 and thumbs up for a great content.
7. February 2018 at 08:35
It helps me a lot to think positive of my favourite color.
THANKS A LOT.
1. December 2017 at 16:28
This year I started exploring the meaning of colours. This website helps me in a great way. Thanks for posting.
Have a great day.
22. September 2017 at 19:49
Love your website Jacob! I have a holistic wall in fb and shared your colors of the chakras and also shared the link to this website for others that are into the colors and associations of. Thanks for all your valuable info.
Retha Knoetze says
4. September 2017 at 10:32
I love the articles and all the information on colour. It is very inspiring for me as person and as therapist.
I am a social worker/counsellor who apply colour in my intervention process with my clients with great and amazing results.
As a professor from an International University I managed to develop a B.Sc Degree in Colour intervention.
8. August 2017 at 00:12
Thank you for these informations about colors! Very informative And useful. Appreciate it.
Miss M says
1. August 2017 at 05:53
Hi Mr. Olesen; I like your name Jacob. Father God speaks to me faithfully through dreams. So I did my homework and have read James Goll’s book Dream Language that sets a excellent Christian foundation on the topic. I use a few dream dictionaries as well. Holy Spirit helps me to arrive at the correct interpretation in the end. I appreciate your site and am glad that I found it. Your site looks clean and bright and the colour meanings are accurate. Thank you Jacob!
22. February 2017 at 02:16
This website is wonderful!! It has helped me so much in an important essay I am writing for school. It has been a great resource and insight for me! I am using it for a piece on the Disney women stereotypes throughout the years, and your comments about the colors match perfectly to what I want to say. Thanks so much for your extensive info!
3. February 2017 at 04:24
Hi thanks for the balanced insights on the color black-not completely ominous and forboding like other sites yet it was realistic in that there may be downsides to this color. Your page helps me understand why I saw myself as I did-beautiful in black-which I absolutely couldn’t figure out
Lynn Mckinley says
2. February 2017 at 12:04
My name is Jennifer and I think that your site is great
11. November 2016 at 14:03
I used your article at my work- to help convince my clients (adults) that it’s okay to color! Thank you.
4. November 2016 at 18:48
I’ve found very interesting your website. I think you are doing a great job.
As a spanish architecture student, I have to do a class work about golden colour and I would be very thankful if you send me some information or references about it.
Looking for your reply,
4. November 2016 at 20:59
Thanks – you can find information on gold color right here:
14. October 2016 at 14:25
Hello Jacob I am Monica and from Ghana .A student from the Theatre and Film department of the University of Cape Coast.i am doing a research on colours .i would need a little consultation from you .So i would like the get your email address
14. October 2016 at 16:37
Thanks for your comment.
Always happy to help in any way I can – check your email.
23. September 2016 at 22:48
Hi Jacob 🙂
Just a quick comment to say thank you. I really like your website and how you describe the meaning of colours. I have created a website called knowmoresayless.com and I have included some links in my first post to your website. I was going to write the colour meanings myself but you have done such a great job so I put the links in instead 🙂 I will refer to your website again in some of the course material I am developing. Thanks again.
23. September 2016 at 23:27
Thanks for your comment and for referencing my site. I’m glad you like it 🙂
Have a great weekend.
Rezchikova Anna says
19. September 2016 at 13:50
Hi, Jacob! My name is Anna and I’m from Russia. I write my course work dealing with color naming and I want to clear up something. Firstly, a positive meaning of blue is associated with sky, heaven etc, but what is negative meaning (to feel blue=to be depressed) associated with and why? The second, I’ve studied some lyrics and didn’t exactly understand what meaning of blue is used there. Can you write me by email to discuss these issues, please. rezannka @ gmail.com
20. September 2016 at 12:38
Thanks for your comment.
Please check your email.
6. February 2019 at 09:37
You are so amazing. I love your write-up about colour.
Timothy O'Donnell says
14. August 2016 at 00:38
Hi Jacob. My name is Tim and I am from Long Island, NY. I am planning on opening up my own comic book / game store and I am doing tons of research in how I should paint, display and merchandise my new store. I came across your website and was very impressed on your knowledge about colors and how they influence people to make purchases and how they can turn you off. I have alot of questions but the main one is comic books use all types of colors on their covers so I don’t know what color or colors vwould work the best to accent the different books? Thank you.
14. August 2016 at 17:28
Thanks for your comment – please check your email for more info.
carol manroe says
10. August 2016 at 19:29
Very colourful website. Loving all the information and thank you for the insight.
Knowledge seeker says
6. August 2016 at 22:05
Hey jacob. I am very impressed by your website. I could learn alot out of it and use it on my knowledge. I like it a lot. Thanks for having such a website. May the almighty guide and bless you with your work.
4. August 2016 at 20:08
Thanks Jacob, very very good and much needed. I greatly appreciate you!
27. July 2016 at 16:18
Hello. I find your articles very interesting and helpful especially as I’m writing a literature analysis on colors. May i know the sources of your findings as I would need to cite them 🙂
Thank you and i wish for nothing but the best for your website 🙂
27. July 2016 at 18:48
I’m glad you find my website useful.
Please let me know which article you need more info on.
Brenda Navarro says
2. August 2016 at 21:49
I really appreciate the time you take to explain all this information in a sweet way! Love it your awesome! Thanks
Muluwork Ayalew says
27. July 2016 at 14:38
Jacob, I appreciate you, you give me some ideas to know the meaning of roses. I like green v / much P/S please continue.
26. July 2016 at 20:07
Thank you very much for creating this website. It is very useful.
However, it will be great if you add the date that you post each article, so the user who use information from you can get the right details for reference. To me, I put the year 2016 for citation of you. Thank you, Jacob.
Best wishes 🙂
18. July 2016 at 17:53
I love your site, pretty smart and kind of you to post such useful info. My fav colour is red red red red!!
Eva sheba says
13. July 2016 at 16:25
Thanks jacob. This site is really useful for students like me. Thank you. My fav is purple and its been really great hearing about it.
Stella Osigbeme says
21. June 2016 at 14:34
I love your website! such interesting and rich information! Thank you for the beautiful work! its awesome!
Im curious, what is your favourite colour or colours?
21. June 2016 at 17:33
Thanks for your comment, I’m glad to hear you LOVE my website!
I like most colors actually, but my absolute favorite has to be blue 🙂
21. June 2016 at 13:29
Thank you very much for the precious information. I’m from Algeria, and I’m a bachelor in English (literature) and I found this very helpful.
Rev J says
16. June 2016 at 20:18
Thank you for sharing your insights. I know this is a compilation of years of work and research. I needed to get some insight into the colors in a dream, and your info made so much sense. Again, thank you.
9. June 2016 at 14:04
Please allow me to address you as Sir Jacob,
Thank you very much for this information which I believe was revealed to you by the Holy Spirit. I have been seeking such information for a long time, but through the help of God, I came through your website.
May God bless you abundantly in Jesus Christ’s name AMEN!!!
19. May 2016 at 17:18
Hey first time finding your site. In response to your request about your website, I’d like to say it is so beautiful… The colors and layout. I was particularly drawn to your logo picture in the center, even with the fonts you chose to spell “color-meanings.com”. I love the blue green hues. When I first looked at it upon opening the home page, I felt a warm sensation. Just saying… that’s me. Thank you. I wouldn’t have said anything if you didn’t have that request on the sidebar. Very interesting. I don’t usually respond in blogs. So that’s something. ? P.s. I haven’t even seen your content yet, but will certainly do so. Thanks
Chris On says
5. May 2016 at 09:32
HEY, spell grey properly. Fs Jacob
5. May 2016 at 11:31
Thanks for the heads up, but gray is actually the way it is spelled in American English.
Annette Hoskins says
26. April 2016 at 17:18
I am the activities director at an assisted living/skilled nursing center. I am interested in using (with your permission) your 10 Therapeutic benefits of coloring books for adults article. I would like to reprint it (giving credit to you and your website) for our monthly newsletter. Would you mind? We are trying to inspire and encourage our residents with the latest trend with coloring for seniors. I think your article spells out the MAJOR benefits of this activity! Thank you !
26. April 2016 at 19:25
Thanks for your interest.
I would be honored to have my website mentioned in your newsletter.
Let me know what the residents think of it.
13. April 2016 at 23:52
Cool website and you are the top link on google for color therapy and drawing… I’d love to hear what you think of our beta app– we are building curriculum for color lessons and mapping color perception… let me know or check out our site to join.
11. April 2016 at 00:15
I enjoy the spectrum you maintain. Colour from the beginning to end, and all at once, a continuous and unending sphere of wondrous radiance, life itself;
Colour = Truth = Law = Nature = Universe = Sense = Knowledge = Earth and Sky = Father and Mother = Daughter and Son = Husband and Wife = Adam and Eve = Jack and Jill = Hansel and Gretel = Cat and Dog = Up and Down = As Above So Below = Existence = All that Is = Everything = All = Knowing and Unknowing = Light and Darkness = Black and White = One = Spectrum = Light = Life
Let Us all be Our full selves and recognize who We are, in the Garden of Our Mother under the Light of our Father, Peace on Earth in the Kingdom of Heaven. Amen.
My house is the deep purple of the skies, my bedroom is the green of nature, and my bed is the colours of the rainbow – my way of saying that I love the colour purple, my favourite; that green I adore, my precious one; and that I play and revel in red, orange, yellow, especially green, blue, indigo and violet, while holding my two favourite colours most precious and dear, always and naturally of course, since they are my parents and gave me life. There are none I love more.
thank you, and peace, Robert
25. March 2016 at 22:41
Your website is cool and I learned so much from it. I will be glad to return to this site
23. February 2016 at 11:42
You are doing a great Job.
I am looking for some advertising opportunities and am impressed with the quality of your blog color-meanings.com. I was wondering if you allow Sponsored Posts and In-Content Text Link ad placement on your blog. Can you please let me know with the price you charge for per post and In-Content link placement?
Looking for your kind reply.
24. February 2016 at 08:44
I’m glad to hear you like my blog.
Sorry but I don’t accept paid links on my site.
13. March 2016 at 20:41
I enjoyed your website. I come to realize that your horoscope color chart and information is very useful for my counseling skills. Thank-you so much for educating the public to an intrinsic way of looking at many various subject matters of astrology.
Victor Elmcrubies Gomina says
21. February 2016 at 19:01
Very interesting. I just searched for the meaning of color pink and what I read about this color satisfied my sense of intuition.
Thomas Stone says
14. February 2016 at 21:03
I have a mind and body health ebook and wanted to make the cover to represent more of its theme, which is body, “Spirit” and mind. So I went to the web and found your website. It is wonderful with the information presented and with your information, I will choose more colors to signify and symbolize the words “body,” “mind” and “Spirit” on the book’s cover.
If you would like a complimentary copy, I will be happy to sent you one for the opportunity to pick your brains more because of being a graphic artist. You will have some insight with design and color and for the trade, I will mention your website in the acknowledgement part of the book, if you wish.
14. February 2016 at 21:42
I’m glad you like my site. Please check your email.
20. January 2016 at 15:43
You spelt colour wrong…
20. January 2016 at 21:11
Actually it is spelled color without the U in American English.
That makes you British – glad to know my site is so international 🙂
Grace Dashey says
20. January 2016 at 14:16
Hi, I would like to know who conducted the study about sleeping pills mentioned in ‘How Colors Affect Your Everyday Life’ as I would like to use this information for my dissertation at university.
Thanks, Grace 🙂
20. January 2016 at 22:22
Thanks for your interest. I have just sent you an email.
Tarna Pandaram says
3. January 2016 at 17:52
Hi Jacob your site was very informative.
2. January 2016 at 02:50
Hi, how can I cite your page?
2. January 2016 at 11:20
If you cite any of my work, I would really appreciate a link back to my website.
Thanks for your interest.
9. December 2015 at 15:26
Hello Jacob! I really love your website! It is very interesting and I have never heard of a lot of these things before!
5. December 2015 at 08:25
I really enjoyed reading your website. I feel like I completely resonated with the explanations you provided for my favorite color. I just had to let you know that I appreciate your work and you’re amazing for what you do. Never stop doing what you’re doing. Have a nice day!
19. November 2015 at 15:00
Great information on your site about associations with colors! I was just wondering what your credentials are, especially since there aren’t citations for the psychological effects or cultural associations with various colors. This information could be really useful for students learning to analyze connotations, and having some information in your bio about how you know this information would make it a better resource. Thanks again for the helpful information!
20. November 2015 at 12:38
I have just created an “about me” page. Check it out:
Have a fantastic weekend.
Lue Vaille says
30. April 2016 at 18:05
Wonderful Website. Very informative, easy to read and understand as it relates to the various colors, meaning and etc.. Great insight and inspiration.
Thanks for sharing!
Rieff Dogg says
13. November 2015 at 09:42
So yeah man, this hits the spot dead on with my favorite color Gray. If you didn’t know me from a grain of salt, the color of Gray is who I am. And I’m cool with that, super cool. Thanks for your insight and info. Really appreciate it.
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