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Colour Therapy

Saturday, 08 January 2011 01:27

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What is Colour Therapy?

Throughout history colour and light has been used by every culture, religion and society in a variety of ways to treat disease. By altering the colours which surround us, colour therapy proposes that we can alter our state of health. It has been proven that light (or the absence light) can have an effect on the hypothalamus and the pineal and pituitary glands and subsequently on our mental and physical states of health. Colour Therapy has grown out of this ancient use of colour to enhance health and well being.

Light is part of the elecromagnetic spectrum along with invisible radio waves, x-rays and microwaves. Colour is the visible light in the elecromagnetic spectrum. Most other parts of the electromagnetic spectrum have scientifically-demonstrable effects on the human mind and body, both good and bad (for example, the damaging effects of x-ray radiation). Colour therapists simply suggest that the visible part of the spectrum can work on the mind and body too.

What happens?

Colour therapists consider your aura, which is an array of colours which emanate naturally from all of us but which few of us can observe, to be a matter of fact part of the human condition as opposed to a clairvoyant or mystical phenomenon.

The therapist will note your medical history and current state of health and then observe your aura either by concentration or behind a Kilner screen (two sheets of glass which have a cyanine dye encapsulated between them).

Colour therapists believe that each organ, body part, emotion or mental state responds to a specific colour. By observing the colours in your aura they can then use colour to treat those aspects that seem to be lacking in health.

What forms of treatment will they use?

Treatment can take various forms:

Sunlight focused on an area of the body

Use of certain coloured foods to be used in your diet as chemicals which colour a food have specific reactions within the body i.e. carotene (found in carrots and sweet potatoes has an orange colour and is part of the Vitamin A formula which is used for maintaining healthy skin, mucous membranes, etc.

Drinking Rainbow Water where water is poured into a coloured container and exposed to sunlight. The colours on the container impart their energies to the water and is then drunk to imbibe these energies.

Colour breathing which requires you to imagine colours as you breathe deeply.

White light shone through coloured filters is directed on to parts or to the whole of the body.

Clothing colours as certain colours in your clothes filter light for your body to absorb.

For more information please visit www.colourtherapyhealing.com

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