I drew this set of colouring pages specifically for associative colour therapy sessions, and they are also included in the Colouring Pages For Adults: The Magic Of Colour Therapy book. The participants of my sessions liked the pictures, and I decided to issue them separately from the methodology book.
So, if you simply want to colour for leisure you can open any picture and start right away.
But if you want to learn about the associative art therapy method, and not just to colour pictures but to work small miracles, then turn the page and read on a little bit.
Have a great time!
Do you want to be able to knowingly change your mood, take the pressure off, and even charge the picture for dream fulfillment by means of colouring?
Then look at your crayons or paints and choose several colours.
For stress relief: listen to yourself, define the main emotions you are felling right now and pick the appropriate colours.
For mood transformations: pick the colours which agree with the desired emotional state.
For dreams to come true: what colour is my dream?
You may want to add other colours in the process — go ahead, do it, but think about the meaning this colour has for you and why you wanted to add specifically this colour.
When you are using the colours which agree with your current mood you are acknowledging this mood and resolving your own internal conflict.
Working with the colours of a desired mood you shift your current emotional state in the desired direction. And the colours of your dream program your subconscious for its fulfillment.
Of course, it is impossible to encompass the whole psychological mechanism in a couple of paragraphs.
You can read more about the associative art therapy in the Colouring Pages For Adults: The Magic Of Colour Therapy book.
And if you don’t have the book yet, trust me — it works!
Make a wish, choose your colours and go for it! Follow your colourful dream!