When we come to the color of the office walls, we should learn to use the subtle lemon tones in the secretary’s office; as this color activates the mind. If the office has group energy, then again I suggest the lighter lemon toning, as this keeps the staff occupied and focused on their own workload. It activates the mind, but it will not interfere with other workers.
If we put beige, white, or cream walls in the office, the staff will be too busy creating difficulties around focusing on the work at hand. We can also work with timber, using a harmonizing color in the CEO’s office, to contribute to the work of the day.
I did a feasibility study for a group in Japan in the early ’90s, after suggesting to the management that they paint the walls of their offices a flat pale lemon with gloss white door trims. The difference was huge: After 90 days, the workload had upgraded itself by more than 30 percent. The lemon color stimulated the ego and urged the workers forward; the white gloss around the doors reflected back into the room to keep the higher mind permanently open and focused on the job at hand. We are learning to understand the Collective Inheritance of the unconscious mind as we evolve – that is, as to how it holds every memory that is mathematically created on the planet. Colors play an important role in keeping it focused on the energy at hand. Yellow is the color that stimulates the education system of one’s life.
Excerpt: O.M. Kelly, Decoding the Mind of God (O.M. Kelly is also known as Omni).
Book VIII: Sacred Fung Shwa, Excerpt from Chapter 146, Colour.
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(Please note “Fung Shwa” is also known as “Feng Shui”. When your mind is balanced and harmonized, you will understand that the Fung Shwa is a form of energy that comes from within. The “Fung” is the sound, and the “Shwa” is the result of that sound).