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mood bindigo

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In hindu culture, bindi is traditionally used to indicate marital status on women, protects them from 'bad eye'. Male dot on forehead is called tilak. However today the religious significance of the bindi is largely forgotten and it is now worn as a fashion accessory rather than its religious significance, to the extent that it crops up on runways of fashion shows.

That said, the mood bindi/tilak indicates mood at any given moment by means of clear glass atop thermotropic liquid crystals.

Dark blue: Happy, romantic or passionate
Blue: Calm or relaxed
Blue-green: Somewhat relaxed
Green: Normal or average
Amber: A little nervous or anxious
Gray: Very nervous or anxious
Black: Stressed, tense or feeling harried

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kudos: Helium and angel for catchier title of kaleidescopic mood indicator
thumbwax, Jan 21 2002

Overview of Mood Rings http://howstuffwork...com/question443.htm
Not a powder [thumbwax, Jan 22 2002, last modified Oct 05 2004]


       And these thermotropic crystals . . . they get their info based solely on the skin temperature? Is the list you have there arranged in thermal order? Is "black" from extra hot, or cold? (sorry, I'm "mood ring" ignorant)
bristolz, Jan 21 2002

       Would menopause give a kaleidoscope effect?
Helium, Jan 22 2002

thumbwax, Jan 22 2002

bristolz, Jan 22 2002

       As Ol' Blue Eyes said, 'You ain't been blue til you've had that Mood Bindi go.'
angel, Jan 22 2002


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