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Colour has an effect on our everyday lives and yet few of us realise the extent of its impact. In this new book, Lilian Verner-Bonds encourages a greater understanding of colour, highlighting the positive way in which it can influence us physically and mentally. A fascinating and revealing self-assessment encourages the reader to focus on often neglected life-areas, such as physical and emotional well-being, and to seek out the positive aspects of colour to promote health and harmony. Find out how to use colour to enhance well-being; encourage personal growth; and even relieve health problems, such as poor digestion. Simply by applying the basic principles of colour therapy to our everyday lives, whether it be through interior design or choosing what colour foods to eat, we can positively enhance our mood by changing our surroundings while replenishing our body with energy and vitality.
About the Author
Lilian Verner-Bonds is a colour therapist, palmist, healer and counsellor. She was a successful TV and radio actor and has presented her own Sky TV show.
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27 June 2007
I really enjoyed reading this book which is packed with useful information. I produce photographic artwork for health care establishments and healing centres and I find this book is always useful to me for referencing appropriate colours.