Observation requires training like a muscle or a brain. Over alertness leads to a sort of paranoia, an information overload that shuts down the system. Being selective in what we see saves energy. Not being observant enough can lead to accidents. Looking ahead whilst ignoring your immediate surroundings can be dangerous. What does this all mean?
Colour enters the brain via the eyes. It brings information that our bodies can process. This information is useful when choosing our food and can help tell whether an item is safe to eat. Plants use colour to attract or repell as do birds and animals.
Sometimes words are attached to the Dragonshades images and these can act as a stimulus for a reaction to what you see. These are not meant as an explanation but as indicators pointing the way to a possibly journey. An image without words speaks for itself and frees you from labelling, thinking, judging. Use the images as a portal to taste each colour as it appears. Take time to view and allow something to happen as a result of your seeing deeper into the colour.
Dragonshades ~ a way to see more clearly.