This Minty Cream colour is adorable, and creates a feeling of sanctuary in your bed, away from the stresses of life, and restores you back to a sense of well being. This pale green silk fabric is an emotionally positive colour which soothes and calms as you sleep. This tone of green, one of the four refreshing greens in the Silky Kisses palette, is not as vibrant as the darker shades in our range, but our Minty Cream silk pillowcases have the subtlety of coolness and softness to lure any sleepy head to bed.
Imagine blending freshly picked mint with a cup of cream, this is what this colour looks like. It’s fresh and soft and compelling. It would be messy to dive into but silk keeps to itself. A silk pillowcase in Mint Cream has the delicious look of green cream along with the added benefits of a beauty product and the healing energy of green.
There are warm and cool colours in the spectrum and green is the balance between these two.
There is so much green on our planet and most of us feel a sense of joy and calm viewing it in our surroundings.
In the Psychology of Colour perspective “green brings psychological and emotional rejuvenation, and possesses a soothing influence upon both mind and body. It is the great balancer of the heart and the emotions, creating equilibrium between the head and the heart.”#2
It is neither relaxing nor astringent in its impact. Green can be used for just about any condition in need of healing.
As green is also the colour of growth, the colour of spring, of renewal and rebirth it renews and restores your depleted energy.
Sleeping on green brings you peace, deep rest and comfort, the nurturing you’re seeking for a wonderful nights’ sleep.
What does your colour choice say about you?
If you have chosen a Silky Kisses’ minty green silk pillow case you are said to be refined, civilised and reputable.
You are generally a frank, community-minded person, fairly sociable but preferring peace at any price.
Favouring green indicates your love of nature, and a love of family, friends, pets and the home. It is the colour of the garden lover, the home lover and the good host.
You are generous and you love to share, but you do look for recognition, as you like to be accepted, appreciated and admired for the good you do in your life. You have a need to belong - greens are the joiners of social groups - and you are at home in any social situation because you are friendly and intelligent.
Choosing this colour describes a person who has all these fine traits: reliability, dependability, self-reliant, tactful, emotionally balanced and calm, sympathetic, compassionate, kind and loyal with a high moral sense.
You are practical, a down-to-earth person who is kind, generous and compassionate.
You strive for balance.
You are gracious and well-mannered, knowing just the right things to say and do.
You are a good citizen and like to be involved in community groups.
You are caring and nurturing to others.
You like stability and you strive for balance.
You love to learn and you are quick to understand new concepts.
With a "personality colour green you have a great need to love and to be loved, and you tend to wear your heart on your sleeve - you are an open book who doesn't hide his/her feelings.”#7
Green is the choice of either gentle and sincere people who are practical, or a down-to-earth person who is kind, generous and compassionate.
You’re a peacemaker.
If you have chosen this colour for your bed you will have at least one of these personality traits, or wish to develop these fine characteristics that the therapy of green will bring to your life while you dream.
What can sleeping on a Mint Cream silk pillowcase do for you?
Firstly the silk itself is fabulous for your skin and hair, combine this with the peaceful colour; sweet dreams are inevitable.
Secondly green relates to love and particularly self love, being the colour of the heart, and is a great healing colour.
The vibration of green energy “balances our ability to give and take unconditionally. When balanced we are able to give this love and also to love and nurture ourselves, warts and all.”#26
Green colour helps relax your muscles, nerves, and thoughts.
It cleanses and balances your energy, to give you a feeling of renewal, peace and harmony. Green connects you to unconditional love and can balance your whole being.
As ”green is the colour of balance and harmony and can, therefore, be helpful in times of stress. If one has experienced a trauma, a green silk wrapped around the shoulders can have a very therapeutic effect.”#26
“As in nature, green leaves are an indication the plant is still growing.”#27 Green is good for people who are growing through problems, just like leaves grow on a tree – you grow with it, restoring body and mind exhaustion as you sleep.
This nurturing deep mossy colour is widely used as a symbol for regrowth and rebirth, as it creates stability and endurance through difficult periods of life. People who love sleeping in a room with green feel their hearts are comforted and soothed.
It is the most restful colour for the human eye; it can improve vision. #28
The colour green helps us to see situations clearly from all sides.
“Green is the anticipation of things to come.’’#27
Green affects blood pressure and all conditions of the heart. It has both an energising effect and a moderating or soothing effect. This healing psychology has been tested, actually colour therapy has been around subliminally forever, and our ancient scientists studied and believed it, Plato wrote about it.
Test it for yourself.
While sleeping with your green pillowcase it will be “harmonising your digestion, stomach, liver, and gall area, and has a healing effect on your kidneys. The energy of green increases immunity, builds up muscles, bones and tissues, and strengthens the nervous system.”#27
Sleeping on a Silky Kisses Mint Cream silk pillowcase brings refreshing sleep with peaceful dreams.
# 2 http://www.empower-yourself-with-color-psychology.com
# 7 https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/
# 26 http://www.colourtherapyhealing.com/colour/green-colour
# 27 http://www.deeptrancenow.com/colortherapy.htm