mycoocoon colour immersion
In nature, the color blue night, sometimes called indigo blue or deep blue, is found within the maritime world off the coast. I’s also featured in the immensity of the night sky and reveals the celestial nacelle and the constellations. The essential and natural needs linked to night blue are the needs of: integration, abstraction, sleep, unity, harmony, family, social and community belonging.
In nature, the color turquoise is found mainly in the clear and transparent waters of tropical lagoons, along the shores and in the color of the clear waters of some mountain lakes. The natural needs associated with turquoise are the following ones: needs to drink , and the needs for evolution and transformation as much as the necessity for change.
When we observe the yellow, the color of the sun, the first thing to be addressed is the incomparable clarity. Indeed, of all colors, yellow is the one that brings to the vision the greatest part of luminosity and it carries in it such brilliance that it is able to strike the eye with great intensity. Yellow represents in terms of basic needs, the need for light and clarity, the need to have a distinct individuality and an identity as well as the need to reflect to be able to understand and analyze.
The color orange is chromatically similar to the color of the flames and it is because of the moving nature of these flames that, by association, the orange color is assimilated by the eye like a moving light. Always in movement it invites us to share the joy, to party, to sing, to eat, to drink and to dance. The orange represents in terms of essential needs: the need for movement of rhythm and mobility, for sensory stimulation and emotions and for sensuality.
The first thing that strikes when we contemplates red is that there is an undeniable sensation of warmth. Being the warmest color in the spectrum, it is natural to associate the symbolism of fire. The red represents in terms of essential needs: the need for heat, to survive, to reproduce, to actívate and work.
The colour magenta, is a unique color that has extraordinary properties both symbolic and therapeutic. Indeed, unlike other colors, it is not usually found in the rainbow. In order for the magenta pink to appear in the rainbow, a first rainbow must meet a second rainbow and the red part of the first one superimposes and merges with the dark blue part of the second. The magenta represents the fulfillment of essential, natural, vital and fundamental needs, and although its nature suggests the set of needs, it particularly represents the need for love, affection, bond and interaction, to be and to exist just as the need to play or dream.
Spectrum is a wellness program of meditation, yoga and mindfulness supported by a deep colour immersion to create a unique and transformative experience. It includes a full schedule of yoga and meditations designed by Mandy Jhamat , powered by mycoocoon and colour expert Pierre Van Obberghen.