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GUEST,Marie Colour and musical instruments (56* d) RE: Colour and musical instruments 09 Sep 02


So there you are...

You can see An, where I'm getting at, with regards to your selection: all your colours in the third position reflect, I believe, your singing, piano and guitar playing you're talking about! :-) Remember as well to look for the "hidden" colour of this combination: pale blue + pale yellow = pale green !

I'd like also to add for those who have posted their selection numbers that I will deal with your readings in due time, let me know in advance if you prefer a "private" reading or not!(don't forget then, to send me your E-mail address!) Meanwhile you can try to see how your bottle combinations fit with my Colour/instrument chart and see the commonalities or not!

I need to say here that there is still a lot to talk about,as for example, one could be drawn to an instrument whose vibration is the complementary opposite of one's own vibration! It is not as freak as it sound! Complementary colours work hand in hand! They tend to "feed" each other! I think more particularly of the case of Sorcha here: Clearly you are a "Green" person... and yet you are drawn to the Fiddle which I would either tend to link with Pink (although it is not the same instrument as violin!) or with Magenta! Both colours contain a lot of Red... Red and Pink (which is in fact: a "diluted" or "pale" Red!) being the complementary of Green!

What to say now of those of you who are into acoustic guitar and favor the colour blue?!!... Well, there is another concept I would like to talk about but I will deal with it later!... Meanwhile, have fun with your "colored music" :-)

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