Masquerading Women and Their Emotional Characteristics – Part Three

Spider-Web RFPbuzzard[1]

In this final part of the series, I will describe but limit the basic correlation of color versus emotional character traits.  Though it does apply to both sexes, I predominately prefer working with the female because of their complexities.  The following color chart is in no specific order.

  • Blue
  • Black
  • Brown
  • Gray
  • Green
  • Red
  • Violet
  • Yellow

When these colors are offered to someone, I ask to place the colors from the most liked to the least liked.  I explain that it isn’t necessary to associate any of the colors to anyone or any one thing.  I will also ask the woman the color of her eyes, to look at her fingernails, and if possible her toes.  I ask if she smokes.  And I look at her face and what she is wearing.  All these factors will eventually coincide with the color configuration she has chosen.  However, I won’t reveal the critical aspects of the associated reasons in total because it is so complex for someone not familiar with the analysis study.  I am avoiding a person with no study of the comparisons and create faulty assumptions and character analysis.

Let’s begin with the reasons behind the choices.  Blue, red, and yellow are in opposition to green, violet, and brown.  Gray and black are basically neutral, but can influence the other colors.  The complexities of the test are the relationships of the colors to each other and also where they fall in the order they were chosen.  The observation of the choices delineates the positive traits and portrays the traits that need to be explored to improve the character of the individual.

There is also another characteristic that can be revealed by the test, but it was only exposed to me after so many examples over the years. I was able to often conclude a woman’s sexual orientation and/or favorite sexual position.  It was an accidental recognition of the trait over the years study. As a personal note; any man would give anything to be able to foresee this particular trait, especially when you can analyze it in a short period of time.  But it would also increase the man’s capability to realize and provide an insight to a woman’s variation of likes and dislikes, her particular sexual position, and the concern for her needs for a more satisfying sexual encounter.  This is more specifically considered strictly for the woman.  I had, at times, queried women and it was verified what I already knew.

I will now explain the basics of the colors. In no specific order, let’s begin with:

  • Blue – This color represents calmness.  It has a pacifying effect on the body.  It reduces one’s anxiety and it increases that effect when one is ill.  As the need for blue increases, mentally, one can be easily hurt and the propensity to be more sensitive is increased.  It is represented in both physical and cerebral characteristics.
  • Green – This color places a distinct value on the self or ‘I’.   Green relates to the increase of security and self-esteem.  So achievements in all sorts of categories are possible due to one’s self-assertiveness.  One often expects a certain amount of submissiveness from people associated with him/her.
  • Red – This color represents a physical characteristic of energy expansion.  It also implies a desire and craving in all forms of one’s physical and mental forces.  Red is the impact and force of one’s will as opposed to green’s pliability of the will.  It is a formidable usage of vitality and sexual potency in its transformation of modifying one’s focus on any desired activity.
  • Yellow – This is a very cheerful color.  As opposed to red that is stimulative, yellow is more suggestive.  It is also a sign of intense relaxation that pushes away, problems, burdens, or restrictions of routine activities.  It also represents an uninhibited attitude toward relationships and activities.  (Note: I once had a manager who said that he liked someone who shows some lack of industriousness or subtle laziness.  The reason being that those individuals have the tenacity to find shorter methods and procedures for defining solutions for problems extending to one’s goals or achievements.)
  • Violet – This color is a combination of the red and blue configuration.  Violet tries to wed the impetuosity of red and the temperate surrender of the color blue. In doing so. It is the representative of connection.  I must quote Dr. Lüscher here because of the intensity of the characteristic, “…this is a mystic union, with a high degree of sensitive intimacy leading to complete fusion between subject and object, so that everything that is thought and desired must become a reality.” This unity insinuates an enchantment or a dream misconstrued to be fact.  It is a dream of a magical state where wishes are fulfilled.  I person attempts to attain a “magical” relationship.  A person then becomes this charming character to enchant others and to create and be a fascination to them.
  • Brown – This color dampens the serene character of an individual.  It therefore denies the creativity of one’s impulses.  Vigor or vitality is not as effective but it becomes a trait of receptive passiveness and increases a person’s sensuous moods. It also places a valuable aspect to family and home life. But it can be a precious need to be more gregarious, secure and the search for the companionship of one’s own kind. It is a powerful color that indicates, in a particular set position, the increase of the necessity for physical or sexual contentment and release to relieve any type of personal conflicts.
  • Black – This is a color that is the finite boundary beyond the ceasing of life. It is a negation of or extinction of expressionism.  It is a symbolic characteristic of the ultimate surrender or abandonment with a strong influence and enforcement of any color it is near.  It is a symbol of an obstinate protest of the status quo with the idea of nothing is as it should be according to the individual’s state of mind.  This characteristic indicates a possible irresponsible action of revolt.
  • Gray The neutrality of gray is the separation or a defining region between two separate characteristics.  It is an indicator of insulation, a shielding from influences, and an act of unwilling participation.  It is an unrealized action of dealing with the mechanics and artificiality of situations with anything related to the individual.  The position of gray is a defined characteristic that may also be a reversal of the previous actions.  It is definitely a very critical color when it comes to the character of the individual and the surrounding relationships one is faced with.

Though the title of the series if specified toward women, I just wanted to show how the characteristics of women are influenced and hidden from the eyes of others, including other women and men.  But unconscientiously, color affects each one of us on a daily basis.  As I mentioned in Part One, the clothes you wear will set the mood for the day until you change it.  If you are aware the perplexity of the color, your choice will be obviously a more conscious selection rather than an unconscious act.  In all the years of testing, there is one particular configuration of colors that reflect the actions of nymphomania and the satyr.  I had only verified a total of three such women but not any specific men.  As we all know a majority of men always act like satyrs, even though for many it is a lost cause.

Imagine if at an interview the interviewer gave you a sheet of paper with the color chart and the other traits I spoke of earlier, and requested you answer them.  It would be considered a psychological test review needed for employment. Before the prospective applicant provides the test answers, the only thing the employer needs to know prior is if the person is qualified by his ability and education.  If the person gets hired and is on a trial period, the employer can use the test and subsequently be aware of the person’s work ethics and personality, with respect to others. It can also possibly indicate unsatisfying aspects of character that may be an influence to his future dismissal or possibly a necessary discussion to help the applicant improve his/her character.

Admittedly, when I occasionally did this test, word spread, and I was referred to as the ‘Color Man’.  Most of them were women who were anxious to know about themselves and they were eventually quite shocked when they realized how specifically accurate it was.  But they also realized the small deficiencies in their character and I did see some changes later in the days ahead for those that I saw occasionally.

I apologize for refraining from getting too specific about the physical characteristics associated with the colors.  It is my safeguard against the improper deduction of the resulting analyses.  I thank you for your patience for the longevity of this series.  I hope you will see the value of its merits.  I welcome comments if you need to ask.  We all have something to hide, but invariably, it is often always exposed.


Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in: Logo

You are commenting using your account. Log Out /  Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out /  Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )


Connecting to %s

%d bloggers like this: