The color green symbolizes immaturity and growth. It is also a universal symbol for ecology and the concern for the environment. It is often found in nature.
The color of spring, green is associated with newness. If someone is learning something new, he is "green." Someone who can make things grow has a "green thumb."
The fourth chakra, located at the heart, is green. Green is therefore associated with openness, with being able to see a way forward. We can move forward when we have a "green light." Envy and jealousy are negative qualities that emerge from the heart. Perhaps that is why we say someone is "green with envy."
Green is associated with good health. Most green vegetables are full of nutrition.
Green is also associated with good luck. The Irish believe "the wearing of the green" brings fortune.
Green in the United States is associated with money because it is the color of U.S. currency.
In ancient China Green was the colour connected to the element of wood, and through that to the direction east and the season spring.
Green is also the color of Islam.
In Christianity, it is the color that represents the deathly sin Envy.
Different shades of greenEdit
Yellow-green can indicate sickness, cowardice, discord, and jealousy.
Turquoise is associated with emotional healing and protection.
Bluegreen, evocative of caution, supervision and relaxed dignity.
Olive, also signifies peace.
Dark, sometimes pale, green is associated with money, the financial world, banking, and the U.S. stock market world on Wall Street, but also ambition, avarice, and envy.
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