Here we begin. Cuteness beyond words.
Dark Winter white extracts a little of True Winter’s blue and adds a drop of dark chocolate(Autumn gold).
Among the Luxury Drapes, the 15 beautiful colours that conclude the PCA, is this green. For some, it rocks the boat. Perhaps she has lived in black and navy blue. She declares, “Ok, well, I’ll never own anything in this colour!” And later, I hear that it’s the first purchase they made.
Your PCA palette makes your wardrobe into a world unto itself, a self-sufficient ecosystem. Diversity is key to success. A blouse in this green with a navy suit would leave me speechless. How much more would that be than white?
Within a year of her colour analysis, a woman owns an item from about half of her palette, and she pulls out the palette and thinks, “Look at that colour. Why have I never seen it before? Why do I not own anything in that colour?” And the world of You opens up a tiny bit more.
The green is important in the wholeness of you. Every one of your colours is. We get caught up wearing our six best but no landscape is complete with only that. We need our earth and bark, our bitters and sweets, to present our totality. We are a balance of our light and shadow places, the equilibrium that must be maintained.
Your colours can access parts of you that you can’t reach on the day of your colour analysis. You don’t know about these levels and regions of you yet. The colours are looking further down the road of you.
There is a tendency to see these final drapes as 15 turtlenecks. They are wherever you place them. A navy coat is far more interesting with a narrow green band sewn into to the cuff or lining, or the whole lining!, than it would be as a solid navy block. The person is communicated more completely, as the multilayered individuals that we are. How amazing is it when your clothing can be that accurate about you?
Many women wonder why they have aversions to their best colours. We lose our path. We hear other voices than our own, we believe compliments to be accurate when in fact, compliments are too emotionally invested to be impartial. We sometimes need permission to be our real selves.
Lillia asked, “Is there something to fear about being beautiful?”
Yes, I think there is. One woman described feeling uncomfortable being noticed for this reason. Like separating herself from the safety net of her human tribe. Like having to live up to a newer, bigger, fuller, stronger level of herself.
Lillia shared this experience after her colour analysis,
Yesterday, I was wearing good colours. I was complimented and I felt SO awkward. That was so unusual. I didn’t expect that effect. I thought that I already had good colours in my makeup and clothes base. I felt that I just needed a few changes to put all of them together and the difference wouldn’t be that much that anyone would notice except me.
ERROR. I discovered there is a wow effect. There is a magical effect. (that magical effect that I didn’t have with TW colours today). Now, I can now recognize it very well when the magic is here.
Colours are waves. Anybody who had already knows a little physics knows how waves and frequency work: when you add the same ones together and you have a signal amplified. Adding contrary ones gives a zero signal. I just realized today how obvious it is to link colour analysis with the theory of amplification in physics.
Reading to Grow Your Soul
Lilia brought this into my world. You will feel closer to who you want to be and how you’re going to get there. From before The Secret took over our co-creation paradigms.
Click on The Game of Life and How to Play It.