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Modern day men and women have to deal with great pressures on personal and professional front. We’re always looking for ways to destress but who knew that the simplest act of colouring can soothe your doshas and help you find inner peace.
Colouring helps detach us from our everyday worries.
Each color has a different vibration that have therapeutic properties.
Bright lively colors work best for Kapha people while Pittas should use cooling and pastel shades. Vatas can be calmed by warm and soothing colors.
Find out which colours you should use to balance your dominant dosha.
Remember those peaceful childhood days of colouring with no worries whatsoever? What if we told you that even as an adult, it’s beneficial for us to pick up those crayons and doodle away?
Yes, its true!
Countless studies have found that the simple act of colouring helps us let go of our worries and stress and detaches us from our thoughts. Ayurveda, too, supports this as shown by the fact that using different colours actually helps soothe our doshas. Each color has a different vibration, which possesses therapeutic properties that help pacify dosha aggravations.
Here’s a quick guide to the colors you should use according to your body’s constitution:
People with dominant kapha tend to be lethargic and a little dull at times. That’s why they do great with bright and lively colours such as reds, oranges, and gold.
While kapha people struggle with being too calm, pitta dominants are placed at the other end of the spectrum. Hotheaded and restless, they do brilliantly with cooling colours such as pastels and all shades of blue and green.
An imbalanced vata can result in anxiety and fear. For this, vata dominants are served best by warm soothing colours such as golds, yellows, oranges and deep reds for their stimulating properties and whites and blues for their soothing effects. Vatas should avoid purples.
We understand that life can get very hectic, but it is a must for you to take a couple hours out for yourself! To know your dominant dosha take the Jiva Dosha Test. For more lifestyle tips, visit the Jiva Ayurveda Website or contact a Jiva doctor today. Dial 0129-4040404 or click on ‘Speak to a Doctor’ under the CONNECT tab in Jiva Health App.
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