When working at a computer use a yellow mouse mat to improve your concentration and stay alert.
If you want to come across as a bold and dynamic person, wear a read scarf or tie. This is especially effective if you have an event coming up at which your confidence needs a boost, such as an interview or a presentation. You might also find this useful for a social occasion when you feel nervous about some new people.
When there is a sense of thwarted ambition, restriction or being trapped by external circumstances, surround yourself with greens, or taking a walk in green gardens will restore equilibrium.
Blue will help the easy flow of communication whether it is with other people or listening to your own thoughts and feelings. To help remember a speech, write your notes on blue paper.
To find peace for reflection, look up at the clear night sky. Contemplation and deep meditation come easier in the indigo depths of night. Night time is often when inspirations and solutions to problems naturally arise
Lavender is a traditional remedy for insomnia or restlessness at night. It is also one of the most versatile essential oils for scratches, burns, headaches and worry. Dried lavender flowers beside the bed, or a drop of oil on the pillow, will encourage peaceful sleep.
In times of stress, or after a shock or a surprise, wearing shades of orange can help the body to return to a state of balance.
If you want to become inconspicuous, consider dressing in black. Black can be inconspicuous, or it can make a bold statement of mystery and self-control. Black clothes often say: 'notice my presence but don't intrude into my space'.
White has the ability to clear away all clutter, all extraneous noise. Fresh starts and new beginnings all benefit from its energy. Looking at a picture of snow-clad mountains brings clarity and freshness to a mind that feels crowded.