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Is Your Favorite Color Red? – What Does That Say About You?
If you are drawn to the color red, you are most likely an extroverted person with a friendly warmth that attracts people to you. Red is a classic symbol of passion and drive, so you probably apply yourself to goals with a fiery ardor. A love of the color red represents a true zeal for life and love. Red personifies energy and vitality. The type of people who are attracted to Red are intense people with strong emotions and a lively spirit. Did you know that the color red stimulates the appetite and that red can actually make a persons heart beat faster? Maybe this is why red is thought of as the color of love. If you want to communicate a sense of daring and excitement, if you want to be noticed and feel attractive, then red gems are for you.
Choose Red Gemstones for Jewelry – Bring the Energy of Red into Your Life With Gemstones that are Red
Understanding the mystical nature of colors is an age-old practice and even today many people tap into the power of gemstones and their colors by wearing colors that harness powers of protection and luck. Red gemstone jewelry is a great choice for people who are seeking to increase their energy and enthusiasm or for those who want to gain confidence to succeed. Wearing red gemstones is a known method to ward off fears and stress. Adding Red to your life is believed to help regulate body temperature as well as to improve the functioning of the circulatory system. Red gemstone jewelry is a perfect accessory for an interview because it presents the wearer as bold, motivated and capable.
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More Information About The Color Red from Wikipedia – Etymology, Symbolism and Cultural Meanings