Turquoise is the only color in the spectrum that allows the person to concentrate solely on the self, instead of everything and everyone.
People who are being used by others should use this color. It will help them to be more self-centered, tuning in to their own needs above all others. It will help them to build their self-esteem and to love themselves, which in turn supports our ability to love others unconditionally. At its most extreme, it can be boastful and narcissistic.
This color has an approximate wavelength of 491.41 nm.
Although on the surface the turquoise personality appears extremely calm, and very balanced, there is a fire burning beneath that cool exterior. Turquoise personalities say what they feel rather than what is appropriate. They have a very discriminating eye because they are exquisitely perceptive. They are lovers of antiques and usually acquire some bargains. They are vey self-sufficient, and when they want to be, extremely ambitious.
Turquoise personalities are inclined to dither when making a choice of partner, and can become involved with two people at the same time.
The turquoise person’s basic motivation in life is personal relationships; they are the best friends you can have. They love family life and hate being single – togetherness with a partner is the goal of the turquoise personality. They also have a great rapport with animals.
Tints of Turquoise
Tint is a pure color mixed with white.
Pale turquoise people crave enjoyment from life. They are inclined to be romantic, which has its bad side, as they tend to concentrate on finding the perfect mate, their soul mate, the love of their lives , which they believe will bring them eternal happiness. Since they become focused on finding that perfect mate, their career may suffer as a result, as they search for personal romance and love. To have a happy relationship, their perfect romantic partner must be sensual as well as spiritual.
Shades are pure colors mixed with black.
Dark turquoise personalities can be cold and aloof, but in an effort to communicate may actually appear boastful and unreliable. They also like to control people emotionally. They have a tendency to lie to themselves. On a romantic scene, they tend to waste unnecessary time waiting for that perfect partner that never comes. Although they tend to be self-absorbed, they will wither and collapse if their object of desire leaves them.
Other Variations of Turquoise
Aqua: Is a mixture of blue and green in equal proportion. Aqua is refreshing and uplifting. It is creative and light-hearted, yet strong and individual.
Aquamarine: Closer to green than blue, aquamarine is enhancing creativity and inspiration. The color aquamarine calms and balances the mind and the emotions.
Teal: A more sophisticated version of turquoise, teal signifies trustworthiness and reliability. It promotes spiritual advancement and commitment.
Emotional Healing with Turquoise
When we use the color turquoise we should not expect fast results. Turquoise works rather slowly, but gives great results. The color turquoise is a particularly good healer for the emotions and pains of the heart, and it is instrumental in straightening our affairs of the heart.
Turquoise is also excellent for encouraging self-questioning and releasing from confusion. But do not overdo with surrounding yourself with this color as it can make your thinking scattered.
Turquoise is the only color in the spectrum that allows us to think of ourselves first, instead of our family or friends. If you have a tendency to give too much of yourself to others, you need this color in your environment. Do not paint a room in that color, as it will affect also those who take from you, rather wear turquoise jewelry, preferably made of real turquoise. Or have a notebook or phone in that color so you can look at it often.
The color turquoise comforts those who feel alone and unlovable. Those who have suffered nervous breakdown caused through entangle love affairs should use this color. If your relationship ended up badly, try to go on holidays to a place surrounded by turquoise water and blue skies to relax.
Physical Healing with Turquoise
In the human body, turquoise is connected to the throat and chest. It is also a great soother and healer of the nervous system. Turquoise can help with the growth of new cells, particularly with scald and burns, but always seek medical attention first. Exposing scars to turquoise helps them to fade.