Colours mean life. A colourful life means happiness. Life seen in one colour means sadness. The boys are automatically associated with blue, the girls with pink. The purity is white, the passion is red. The cold is blue, the heat is red.
Each aspect of our life is tied to a colour. It is so present in everything that surrounds us, in everything that represent us, that it is in fact a part of us. Thus, colour becomes an external factor turned into a subjective state that influences or feeds our emotional sphere, with visible effects in our intentions, in our conduct, in our actions and relationships.
Red is the colour with the highest wavelength and the lowest frequency. The extremism that characterizes it is also reflected in the extremism of the stimulated states. Red means warmth, desire, passion, love, vitality, energy, combativeness, boldness, but ... also rage, aggression, hate, even cruelty.
The impulses triggered by red cone cells in the retina reach the occipital lobe, calcarine sulcus, and the circuits triggered reach the diencephalic or hypothalamic nuclei, stimulating primary emotional states such as fear and aggression. The connections also reach the limbic level through hippocampus, cingulate cortex, amygdala and the septal areas, linking emotional processes to motivational states, which determines dynamism, vitality, boldness, even love, passion.
When you open the closet and choose to wear red, you are filled with love, passion, you are full of energy, bold, whether you want to stir passions, to be loved, desired, to recharge your batteries, to show your availability. In the first case, the choice reflects the state you have, in second case it reflects your wishes, and if you try to satisfy them starting from choosing the colour, it reflects that you have a high emotional intelligence. The first step to success is to know what you want!