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GUEST,Marie Why are dogs called Blue? (70* d) RE: Why are dogs called Blue? 30 Aug 02


...A concrete example of this difficulty to let go which is so typical of the blue personality can be seen through, for instance, a person who tends to have difficulty to throw things away or clearing things out... (accumulating much clutter in the end!... Though technically, this is more of a "Violet" trait!) So, with all this in mind, a "Blue" person tends to be rather faithful relationshipwise... unlike, again,say : a "Red" or an "Orange" person (the complementary opposite) which is more of an overt womanizer (or "man eater"); while "Royal Blue" (Indigo) or "Violet" people will probably enjoy a secret affair at some point in their lives ( Both colours being a combination of the red vibration looking for some thrill and excitement in their love life...mixed with the introvert, secretiveness and aloofness of the blue energy!...)>

(All of the above: according to my colour psychology course, that is... and while we're at it, don't think that because your favorite colour is blue, you are ,then, obviously a "Blue" person!... It is more subtle than that! )


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