The 5 Aspects of Emotion

Lumiate lets you select your color for what you’re doing or how you want to feel. But we didn’t just make something up. Buddhist monks visualize 5 colors to cultivate 5 types of emotional energy—the 5 Buddha Families. Lumiate puts this in modern terms and teaches you through meditation. Our 5 Color meditation series is designed to help you realize the energy corresponding with each color.

 
Analyze With Blue   Use blue for seeing clearly and precisely. Blue meditations help you turn anger into clarity and insight.   In The West   Blue light is known to increase alertness, focus, and productivity, but is also associated with serenity.   Lumiate Applications   Use the blue Lumiate Light for analytical work of any kind.

Analyze With Blue

Use blue for seeing clearly and precisely. Blue meditations help you turn anger into clarity and insight.

In The West

Blue light is known to increase alertness, focus, and productivity, but is also associated with serenity.

Lumiate Applications

Use the blue Lumiate Light for analytical work of any kind.

 
Enhance With Yellow   Use yellow to add enjoyment to whatever you’re doing. Yellow meditations help you turn insecurity into richness and delight.   In The West   Yellow light can be beneficial for depression and is associated with optimism and confidence.   Lumiate Applications   Use the yellow Lumiate Light for music and video.

Enhance With Yellow

Use yellow to add enjoyment to whatever you’re doing. Yellow meditations help you turn insecurity into richness and delight.

In The West

Yellow light can be beneficial for depression and is associated with optimism and confidence.

Lumiate Applications

Use the yellow Lumiate Light for music and video.

 
Connect With Red   Use red to connect with others. Red meditations help you turn attachment into warmth and compassion.   In The West   Red light is known to invoke emotions and is associated with love and desire.   Lumiate Applications   Use the red Lumiate Light for social media and video chat.

Connect With Red

Use red to connect with others. Red meditations help you turn attachment into warmth and compassion.

In The West

Red light is known to invoke emotions and is associated with love and desire.

Lumiate Applications

Use the red Lumiate Light for social media and video chat.

 
Accomplish With Green   Use green for action and productivity. Green meditations help you turn jealousy into efficiency and speed.   In The West   Green light has shown to benefit exercise and is associated with nature and opportunity.   Lumiate Applications   Use the green Lumiate Light for exercise or productivity.

Accomplish With Green

Use green for action and productivity. Green meditations help you turn jealousy into efficiency and speed.

In The West

Green light has shown to benefit exercise and is associated with nature and opportunity.

Lumiate Applications

Use the green Lumiate Light for exercise or productivity.

 
Create With White   Use white to open your mind and see potential. White meditations help turn dullness into creativity and spaciousness.   In The West   White light is associated with purity, cleanliness, and spaciousness.   Lumiate Applications   Use the white Lumiate Light for creative and color-sensitive work.

Create With White

Use white to open your mind and see potential. White meditations help turn dullness into creativity and spaciousness.

In The West

White light is associated with purity, cleanliness, and spaciousness.

Lumiate Applications

Use the white Lumiate Light for creative and color-sensitive work.

 
 

References

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  3. Akers A, Barton J, Cossey R, Gainsford P, Griffin M, Micklewright D. Visual Color Perception in Green Exercise: Positive Effects on Mood and Perceived Exertion. Environmental Science & Technology. 2012;46(16):8661-8666. doi:10.1021/es301685g.