Art Therapy: Paint What You Feel
Do you remember how it felt to paint something as a child? It was a very messy activity, but it was such fun to get creative with all those colors!
Colors and Emotions
Although emotions are not visual and they don't have any colors, we can associate certain colors with certain feelings. Some become linked by our experience, while others may be programmed in our mind before we're even born. Synesthetes also find it very natural to describe feelings as colors.
The therapist will show you a popular description of the meaning behind the colors, but keep in mind that various cultures assign different meanings to colors, so it's not really a universal description—just a popular one.
Color Therapy is Mindfulness simply means to be more present and calm. But this can be especially difficult in stressful times like revision. That’s why colouring is a great and accessible way to introduce yourself to the concept of mindfulness as it requires your mind to focus and be positive in the present moment which is essential
As you begin your session, the color therapist will give you a color analysis. He will explain the effects of the colors and ask you about the aspects of your life on which these colors can improve.
*This workshop will teaches you how to use art for relaxation and fun, without putting too much pressure on yourself .
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