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If our body’s energies are depleted or blocked the body cannot function well, and eventually disease may arise.
Color therapy, or chromotherapy, is a treatment method that uses the colors of our visible light spectrum to restore and balance the body’s energy, helping it to heal and maintain well-being.
Color therapists believe that colors, being waves of electromagnetic energy, have a profound effect on us—physically, emotionally, and mentally. We can tap into this harmonizing energy by practicing simple exercises that utilize the visualization of colors.
Doing this exercise regularly will help revitalize the body’s energies and heighten your awareness of color. If possible, do this exercise outside, standing on grass in your bare feet.
After becoming comfortable with the exercise you can, if you wish, add a life-affirming affirmation to each colorized in-breath.
Chromotherapy has many adherents and the human emotional response to color is something most of us have experienced. However, the efficacy of color therapy for physical ailments has not been well researched. It has been neither proved nor disproved.
Maybe the curative evidence for color therapy is waiting to be discovered.
“The visible light spectrum with its beneficial frequencies for the human body provides the preventing tool for healing,” writes C. Klotsche in Color Medicine. “Color medicine is truly the medicine of the future.”
March is National Color Therapy Month.
Source: Color Therapy Healing
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