Published on 28 June, 2022 | alternative therapies

Colour Therapy

The human body absorbs light that is made up of the colour spectrum and each colour in the spectrum has a frequency, wavelength and energy associated with it. The symptoms of disease are a sign that there is a shortage or improper utilization of colour and light in the organs and cells of the human body. This is due to many factors, such as our lifestyle, stress or too little of a particular colour frequency in our enegy system. Studies show that the colour of fruit and vegetables indicate their individual health-promoting benefits.

Complimentary colours tend to look balanced and are colours opposite to each other on the colour wheel.

This colour therapy course will teach you how that by altering colours that surround us, it is possible to enhance health and well-being. Colour is simply light of varying wavelengths and as such is a form of energy. This light energy affects all living cells. Used in the right way colour can have a profound effect on all creation. Colour therapy can be used for any problem whether physical, mental, emotional or spiritual for specific problems as well as an over all relaxation therapy. Colour therapy can also be used with great effect alongside other holistic therapies. It especially compliments crystal therapy.
The frequency of a wave is determined by the number of complete waves, or wavelengths that pass a point each second. The colour red has a frequency of around 430 trillion vibrations a second, whereas violet has a much higher frequency, so each violet wave would pass a given point much quicker than the colour red.

Higher frequency colours are – violet – indigo – blue

Lower frequency colour are – yellow – orange – red

Learn How to study:-

-The psychology of colour, counselling and art therapy, the colours and their meanings, colour dislikes and colour tests and finally relationships revealed through colour.

– using music with colour therapy.decor and the environment by explaining seasonal personalities and colour, the use of colour in dress, colour for the home and how it can be used in different rooms for best effect. Colour and diet and what the colour of different foods stands for and how they help certain conditions

– colour treatments, including chromotherapy (light therapy), colour acupuncture/colour reflexology, colour related diet, bach flower remedies and essential oils, art and music therapy, silk scarf treatment, crystal treatments and colour breathing and meditation

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