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Colour for Love
Presentor: Mark Wentworth
Did you know your partner is in the closet again?! In fact, he/she is not just in the closet--they are everywhere around you. All the colours you surround yourself will reveal the type of partner you are looking for.
If you are already in a relationship, your colour choices reflect and reveal your hopes and aspirations for that relationship. So when you hear the creaks and groans coming from the wardrobe, it's not that you have too many clothes--it's just your partner trying to get out of the closet!
Mark Wentworth is a color specialist living in Portugal, who shares the transformational power of color through expressive arts and storytelling. He has been studying and working with the healing power of colour and personal development for 26 years. He is the founder of "Colour for Life", a training school for Colour Psycho-Dynamics and is also one of the founders of the Dynamic Heart Project, a not for profit association which takes Colour, Dynamic Theatre and other expressive arts out into the world to offer hope and creative solutions for positive living.
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Pepper Pace is the pen name used by the author. Born and raised in Cincinnati, she wrote her first novel when she was 12 years old and had written 2 more by the age of 18. Too shy to share her work with anyone, Pepper stock piled her many stories into notebooks until she came upon Literotica.com and was compelled to share her craft.
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