Blue Glass: What’s in a name?

When I think of blue, I think of the openness of the sky and the depths of the sea, and the aquamarine accents on whitewashed buildings in the Mediterranean.

Seeing blue, rather than seeing red, tends to calm us, actually lowering the heart rate, blood pressure, and body temperature.  Memory studies show that blue light enhances memory.  This color represents introspection and symbolizes wisdom and depth of understanding.

When I think of glass, I think of transparency, visibility, the ability to see clearly.  If it weren’t for my glasses, all three pairs of them, I literally wouldn’t be able to see, anything.  Glass also represents vulnerability and rebirth.  Shattered glass is often associated with chaos, but when glass is broken, it can be reshaped into something new.

Fire heats liquid sand into glass.  People sometimes feel like broken glass.  In this state, they can be re-created into a new way of being and emerge with strength.

Blue Glass helps individuals see into the depths of their being, and the depths of their business.  Together, we find meaning in these depths and co-create a clear path toward the future, where individuals and business can emerge more centered, stronger, and effective.


Renée Patton – BGLASS1