We usually conceive our consciousness as an internal space. What is its predominant color?
If we accept that question, the answer would be that the consciousness has not any color or that it has all the colors we meet in the external medium.
The multitude of colors of the external medium has as its predominant color a fairly homologous grey with traces from the other colors. That gray stay on the edge between color and non-color and it is more colorful when we spot many targets as objects of our daily activities. Meanwhile, our attempts to reach those targets are mainly colorless.
We cannot apply the same dynamics of colors in the internal space, where we do not advance to any target, though it is full of life.
This lack of movement is defined by the red color. A red thing does not allow to our eyes to go through it and seems to act itself over the eyes as something which has life into it. The consciousness is alive in the same manner.
The reddish color of the sexual organs can be interpreted as a proof that our consciousness has also a red color. In fact, we feel that we expose our self whenever we show our naked body.
If the consciousness has no many chances to pour out as it does through the sexual life, our personality is liable to bear the colors of the main targets of the external life. Since many of them are not chosen by us, the personality loses its individuality which is based on our consciousness.
Or, as it does happen in the case of introverts, it is used the blackness or the non-color which normally is present in our consciousness during its internal manifestations as thoughts or dreams. The blackness preserves the personality, but it gradually nullifies someone’s ties with an external world which is full of colors and also swallows the grey of our movements into the world.