19 Feb

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  1. Transcender February 23, 2013 at 4:19 PM #

    Some have asked me why I chose “girly” colors of Purple, and I have no problem explaining that. The answer is very simple. They are not “girly” colors. Instead, the color purple is the result of the combination of two primary colors that are important to me –

    RED – for ANGER and RAGE

    Purple represents the process of “Becoming Free”. In Color Healing and Therapies, the color purple also represents ‘Mastery’ – of what we went through and what we have achieved and mastered personally as individuals, and as a warrior team.

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