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  1. Psychologists say that the color and character of a person are closely interrelated.
    A person determines their favorite color based on individual associations and perceptions.
    Thus, you can determine the character of a person by their favorite color.

  2. Chinese philosophy of Wu XING, contains 5 elements https://ru.wikipedia.org/wiki/У-син -�

    Wood Fire Earth Metal Water , each element has its own parameters, see the table of correspondences of the five elements to other categories https://ru.wikipedia.org/wiki/У-син , among them there is a color, from what color you like or don't like on the contrary indicates the physical and emotional state of your body.

    5 elements: Tree / Fire / Earth / Metal / Water�

    5 energies: wind / heat / humidity / dry / cold�

    color: green /red / yellow / white / black

    taste: sour / bitter / sweet / pungent / salty�

    feelings: anger / joy / thoughtfulness / sadness / fear

    Yin organs: liver / heart/ pancreas / lungs/ kidneys

    Yang organs: gall bladder / small intestine / stomach / large intestine / bladder

    (and also there are many other parameters, see the table)�

    When a Chinese doctor diagnoses you he asks you what your preferences are and what your aversion is i.e. in other words he determines which energies you have in excess and which are in short supply. Treatment consists in harmonizing all the energies , where the lack of energy is necessary to add, where the excess is reduced, as a result, recovery occurs. This is how classical Chinese reflexology works: some meridians add energy, while others reduce it.

  3. You can also tell by your color who you are from the enchanted ones.

    The relationship between color and character, if close, is extremely elusive. Scientists admit that there are some patterns. Even methods have been developed to study these connections. But the rationale is ambiguous. See this question.

    It is well known that color affects the nervous system in direct perception. Actually, the perception itself works due to this. By the way, people distinguish between a different number of color shades. Preference depends on the state of the nervous system, and vice versa. Red, for example, mobilizes for “fight or flight”.

    Some other studies show that your favorite color depends on your age. For example, the previous link says that most children like red. Does this mean that most children have the same personality? Not at all.

    In short, everything is more complicated than it seems, and the preference for color has not yet been sufficiently studied by science. Well, that's okay, because each person has their own story and their favorite songs, paintings, clothing combinations, etc. You don't come to this immediately, and certainly not at the expense of character alone – there are also aesthetics, associations, memories, symbolism, etc. Ask in person.

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