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Look at the colored ring and select a color you like the best. There are 7 colors left. From the 7 colors, select the one you like the best now, and so on until you run out of colors.
Next, you repeat the above routine. When you repeat it, do not try to reproduce the previous selection. Forget about it and only select colors based on your preference at this specific moment. Let your sub mind do the job.
The key to this test success is to select colors you like right at this moment. Do NOT try to associate colors with objects, — cars, clothes, buildings, etc. Just select the color you like the best at this particular moment.
On average, it takes less than one minute to get to the results.

Colors surrounded mankind since the beginning of time, influenced humans for generations. In the beginning, human life was ruled by two uncontrollable factors: night and day. Light and darkness. For thousands of years man's actions, such as attack (red) or retreat (green) were embedded into submind. The colors of nature have had their influence on us, and these influences are deep-rooted in our subminds. Colors and their subconscious meaning are there, whether we like it or not. That meaning is independent of race, language, education level, social status, etc.

Because of this, a color test is an optimal tool to analyze family conflicts, personal life issues, casual mood changes, and even for conducting forensic psychological examinations.

Some organizations use color tests to control the dynamics of the volitional and emotional spheres of athletes both during training and during competition. This enables the trainer to anticipate in advance and purposefully eliminate breakdowns due to the depletion of the energy or volitional capabilities of the athletes.

Several sources suggest some color tests work even in cases of defective color-vision or even actual color blindness since the acceptability of a particu­lar color is somatically. In a need of release from tension or stress, then the instinctive response will be to choose the darker colors. If there is a need to dissipate energy then the instinctive response will be for the brighter colors.

Physicians in Europe use short versions of the color tests as a useful aid to diagnosis. Such tests provide "early warning" of stress long before physiological results make themselves evident.

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In 2020, we read books on the subject, did small internal research, looked at new studies on the subject. We studied materials in different languages found in the United States as well as in Europe. Because of that our test is unique but it can be categorized as a short color test.
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