If you’re a Scorpio, your partner could have one of the unique personalities on Earth—and perhaps even out in space, too! But if you think that’s all there is to it, think again because we’ve discovered exactly why these people fascinate us.
We are all different, no matter how much some might try to deny this fact. Even if we’re only talking about our looks, we still come in various shades of skin, hair, eyes, and facial features.
But what makes us unique is that we also all have specific personality traits that make us stand apart from everyone else. When we talk about “matching” with another person, we usually mean the physical appearance – but there’s more to it than that.
Our soulmates may not be identical twins or clones, but they will undoubtedly share a deep bond beyond their DNA. And for many of us, these particular characteristics make them truly irresistible. If any two people in the world seem to possess an almost mystical connection, it’s people who meet at the right time in life and who share a unique set of qualities.
So, to answer the question:
What is a soulmate color?
When scientists look into the human psyche, they often focus on four main areas:
- Body language
One of those areas is colors, and studying how colors can influence our moods, thoughts, and emotions has been around for centuries.
But while psychologists have long used colors as a psychological tool, it wasn’t until recently that anyone looked into the specific colors that humans find attractive. Some scientists argue that it comes down to evolution, while others believe it’s something far more profound, like chemical reactions in the brain.
Whatever the case, we’ve got some fascinating new information on what makes each of us tick when it comes to romance and love.
The Science Behind The Colors
In the past, scientists would take photographs of faces, analyze them, and compare them against hundreds of other photos from the same database. Using computers, they could measure the distance between the eyes and the nose and the size of the pupils.
They’d also measure the shape of the ears and mouth and use these metrics to determine whether or not someone was good-looking.
But the science behind all of this is complex and challenging to understand. For example, it’s believed that one of the reasons why some people prefer specific colors over others is due to their genetic makeup.
People with blue eyes tend to be attracted to bluer colors, whereas people with green eyes tend to gravitate toward greens and browns. However, some studies claim that a person’s choice of color is influenced by their environment.
Another recent discovery came in 2007 when researchers at a University in Italy discovered that the eye’s chemical composition varies according to a person’s age. This means that the color of their iris changes depending on how old they are.
The study showed that the eye color of a newborn baby is closer to black than to brown, while children aged between 3 and 4 years old are closer to brown than black. By adulthood, the eye color of young adults resembles that of older people.
And it seems that our choice of soulmate color is based on all sorts of factors. For example, research carried out by Dr. James Pennebaker, Ph.D., found that women who wear red tend to attract men who are more dominant and aggressive, while those who wear yellow tend to attract more submissive men.
While this sounds logical enough, it doesn’t explain why we find ourselves drawn to particular colors in the first place, according to Dr. Helen Fisher, author of Why Him, Why Her, how we perceive each other’s personalities determines our color preferences.
“Colors are associated with the emotions we experience,” she said. “There’s something in the mind that connects the color to what we want.”
How we interpret a word’s meaning can determine what color we associate with it. So, if you were shown a picture of a woman wearing pink, you might assume that she’s happy, cheerful, sweet, and sensitive. On the flip side, if you see a man wearing purple, you might think he’s angry, depressed, cynical, and introverted. These associations are called emotional triggers and can change our perception of a person’s overall character.
How To Use It In Your Relationship
So, let’s say you know your soulmate’s exact shade of skin. Or maybe you’re a sucker for bold hues and would probably go for anything but gray. How do you use your newfound knowledge in your relationship?
First, don’t worry about trying to match yourself up with your partner. Instead, play around with colors to see which feels best for you. Then, spend time together, and experiment with how colors affect your mood, body language, and sense of well-being.
The darker the color, the better for you (aside from black). People usually think reds, pinks, and purples are energizing and uplifting, while yellows and oranges stimulate the senses and make you feel better. Greens and blues tend to calm you down and help you relax, while grays bring out the darkness in you and can make you feel sadder.
Are You An Aquarius?
It turns out that some people are born with a predisposition to pick out specific colors. They can even predict their partners’ personalities before they meet them!
According to astrologer Linda Goodman, some people have a natural affinity for blue. She says that people living in colder climates favor blue, while those living in milder environments prefer yellow. Meanwhile, people who live in tropical regions are likely to gravitate toward orange.
This phenomenon isn’t limited to the sky either, as people who are born under the sign of Aquarius are also more likely to gravitate toward colors like violet and lilac. The color combinations violet and aqua symbolize purity, tranquility, and innocence. Therefore, people naturally drawn to these colors tend to be more romantic and idealistic.
Why Do We Love Each Other So Much?
So, what does all this tell us about finding your perfect mate? Well, we all crave emotional connections, especially when we get older. And it turns out that the right color can strengthen these bonds.
Of course, none of this should ever be taken as gospel truth. So many variables influence our choices of color and personality that it’s impossible to draw too many conclusions from them alone. After all, some people are drawn to specific colors without knowing why.