Gift Meaning: Yellow Tulips
"Yellow tulips – the messengers of separation …" – a popular song performed by Natasha Koroleva. But can a bouquet of yellow tulips, presented by a loved one, be considered a hint of a break in relations and an imminent separation?
Yellow is the main color that expresses the need for disclosure, gives happiness, joy, hope for success, frees from problems and restrictions. In addition, yellow is a warm color. Its shades do not carry negative energy and aura.
Most associate yellow with the sun, gold, and hope for a better future. Therefore, florists often use yellow flowers when composing bouquets. Gamma red, yellow and green – these are the most sought-after bouquets for an extravagant gift.
If you ask all the same florists who buy bouquets of yellow tulips, you can hear the answer – everyone who loves yellow. Who loves yellow? Psychologists can answer this question. Adherents of the yellow color are active, active, cheerful people who move through life easily, have adequate self-esteem, are easy-going, optimistic, friendly, a little adventurous and unpredictable.
Unfortunately, the abundance of yellow is tiring, causes anxiety, aggression, and uncertainty. Therefore, a bouquet of tulips in a room is a ray of light, but if you concentrate several yellow objects in one room, decorate the interior with yellow curtains and add yellow to the decoration of the room, after a few hours you will want to run away from such a room. Accordingly, the yellow color can be used sparingly, and a gift of yellow tulips can be very useful if the relationship has reached an impasse or become somewhat mundane.
There is no place for superstition in the modern world. Yellow color is not considered something mythical. If a young man gave a bouquet of yellow tulips, this can mean only one thing – he loves yellow, is his adherent and expresses his love and affection to the girl, hopes for the development of relations and is ready to move to a new level.
Yellow tulips are given not only by men in love. The most active buyers of yellow bouquets are business clients who still believe that if a bouquet of yellow tulips is placed in the office where negotiations are taking place on a profitable deal, this will help to conclude the most successful contract and attract wealth, good luck and prosperity.
What if the purpose of the relationship is something unconditional for which both the man and the woman could take responsibility? What if this is… the practice of love? Love is what is within us; something for which we are responsible in both good and bad times. Love allows us to focus on our own efforts and responsibilities, as well as to notice the advantages of our partner. Too many people focus on taking something from the relationship. But, for a harmonious relationship, you need to give, take responsibility for your happiness, and then “invest" it in others.