A Study of Freemasonry and the meaning behind Color

A Study of Freemasonry and the meaning behind Color

This philosophical study of colors in psychology will include examples of quantification of individual color preferences and data regarding the relationship of color usage and effects across cultures and time periods. In addition, we will review a number of key reasons why the principle of caveat emptor should prevail in regard to color psychology, especially in favor of information about color psychology found in mainstream of marketing and popular culture.  The subject theme will show why Carl Jung is most prominently associated with the pioneering stages of color psychology and how his work has historically informed the modern field of colors in psychology. During this presentation people will see why the study of color has become a determinant of human behavior.

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  • Dany B.

    Thank you everyone for coming, great to see the familiar faces it was even more AWESOME to see the new faces. Its nice to see how this new site has gone out to the world and brought new exciting perspectives to our philosophical studies. Welcome

    July 13

  • Judy E.

    Stimulating!

    July 13

  • Ellie

    Very enjoyable

    1 · July 12

  • Ellie

    Is there a cost? If so, how much?

    July 11

    • A former member
      A former member

      Ellie, there is no charge for our meetings.

      July 11

  • Lylia G.

    It would be a pleasure to attend.

    July 7

  • Judy E.

    I am looking forward to the study!

    1 · July 7

  • Marcus F.

    Hi I'd love to attend but I live in West Palm Beach (Palm beach County)I'd like to know if there's any meeting a little closer to my neck of the woods

    1 · June 23

    • Daisy V. G.

      Hi Marcus: Currently we don't have anything closer, but in the future we might have something closer to you.

      1 · June 24

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