Red: love, passion, strength, bravery, pleasure, action, resoluteness.
Orange: fertility, creativity, self-esteem, safety, abundance, energy.
Yellow: safety, wisdom, happiness, memory, concentration, logic, intellectual work.
Green: money, luck, fertility, healing, growth, prosperity.
Blue: health, calm, safety, truth, success, protection, depression.
Purple: power, psychic abilities, divination, dreams, memory.
Pink: love, honor, romanticism, frendship, affection, trust, attraction.
Brown: doubt, stabilization, protection, ideas, finding lost objects.
White: purification, protection, truth, purity, healing, clarity.
Grey: neutrality, emotional balancing, invisibility, compromises.
Black: negativity, inversion, banishing, protection, forgive, regret, end of a relationship.
Gold: success, wealth, recognition.
Silver: divination, goals, awakening of psychic abilities, visions.
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Mandala Art Work
Rubin Museum of Art wrote :
Pride. Anger. Attachment. Envy. Ignorance. Buddhists believe that all of these difficult emotions can be transformed into something useful, called “wisdoms.” Mandalas illustrate these “wisdoms” with distinct colors in the different quadrants that make up the circle.
This graphic shows the color, wisdom, and direction of each quadrant in the Vairochana mandala, the inspiration for our Mandala Lab.
If you could pick one color to represent you, what would it be?
Mandala Lab, opening Oct. 1, is inspired by this idea, offering you interactive ways to transform your own difficult emotions. We can’t wait for you to see it!
_______ Sarvavid Vairochana Mandala; Tibet; 17th century; ground mineral pigment on cotton; Rubin Museum of Art; Gift of Shelley and Donald Rubin
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