Colours of the Mind
is a self-analysis in the form of a game that enables you to track down unconscious motivations and emotions. Corresponding evaluations will be shown based on your selection from 4 x 4 special colours in blue, green, red, yellow.
These evaluations will help you to understand your current situation better and enable you to better assess your future development.
The evaluations will also help you to find an answer if you have doubts about a decision to be made where one aim is irreconcilable with the other.
Your preferred choice of colour provides an inference about your inner personality. Colours of the Mind is objective and universal, as the perception of a colour as being agreeable or disagreeable is exactly the same for EVERYONE in all cultures.
Colour, like music, is a highly differentiated language.
Colours are visualised feelings – for who can describe a melody with words?
How helpless are terms when we want to express in words feelings that we experience intensely?
Every person who perceives a colour, regardless of their age and culture, has the same sensation in the same objective quality!
Colours of the Mind can be played again any number of times.
The repetitions do not impair its accuracy.
It is particularly worth playing Colours of the Mind when faced with difficult life situations in order to detect your inner unconscious disputes and causes of conflict.
How to play
Self-explanatory buttons lead you through the different stages.
Colours of the Mind ends once you have passed through all of the stages.
You start by clicking on your preferred colour from all of those shown until all of the colour fields have been deselected.
You start with the 4 blue shades. These characterise your feelings and the inner attachment to people that are close to you e.g. your partner.
These are followed by the 4 green shades.These show how you would like yourself to be. They characterise the inner control of your willpower and your ability to enjoy things.
These are followed by the 4 red shades. These are characteristic of active impulses and reactions to challenges. The evaluation will show you how you react to demands.
Finally the 4 yellow shades are displayed. These provide you with information about your expectations of things that should develop in your future and your attitude towards new encounters.
At the end you can choose to have all of your evaluations that you have seen in text format sent to you by e-mail. This provides you with an opportunity to review the resulting texts again and to draw your own conclusions from them. It may also help you to take possible measures to better harmonise your life.