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What is Colour Therapy

Colour therapy is a non-intrusive form of vibrational healing which introduces the optimum balance of colour energies into the human organism in order to promote harmony between the body, mind and spirit.

What is Colour and how does it affect us?

Light is the purest healing force in the universe. Pure white sunlight contains all the elements necessary to keep every living thing in perfect health. Just as we need a balanced diet if we are to be healthy, so too do we need a balance of all the colour vibrations in sunlight to nourish us energetically. When there is too much of one colour energy in our system it literally makes us feel ‘off colour’, and we need to redress the balance.

Colour has a profound affect on our moods and emotions, and we find some colours depressing and others uplifting. The way we deal with stress and our feelings are directly affected by our hormones as well as the brain chemicals circulating in our body. Coloured light travels to the pituitary, the master gland of the endocrine system, affecting our entire metabolism. Our mental state is also directly related to the quality of the light we receive through our eyes. Certain colours calm our minds, while other stimulate mental activity. Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD) is now well documented and light treatments are used successfully in alleviating many systems such as depression, nausea, mood swings, lethargy and general exhaustion.

What is Colour Therapy and how can it help me?

Colour therapy is an ancient art with many sophisticated systems existed in Europe, the Middle East and Asia. To-day it is one of the fastest growing areas of natural health with an explosion of scientific development in the use of light to heal. This therapy is now use extensively in Asia Europe and America as a complementary treatment of many physical ailments including: asthma, arthritis, nervous and mental disorders, depression, eating disorders, skin diseases, digestive ailments, blood and circulation problems, fevers, rheumatism, shock, relief of pain as part of the treatment for many serious illnesses such as paralysis, multiple sclerosis, M.E., cancer and Aids.

A Colour therapist helps people understand their needs for certain colours, and show them how to use these colours in their daily lives for healing, health, relaxation inspiration and protection. They will also able to use colour to balance energy, aid creativity and learning,

Colour Therapy recognises that while you may have the same illness as someone else, we are all unique, and the cause and treatment of an illness will vary from person to person. A colour healer uses colour to find the real cause of a problem, If an illness can be treated at the source this will prevent it re-occurring in the future. It is the aim of a colour therapist to help the patient regain balance in their life, and promote harmonious vibrations to create a state of well-being. When this happens it is surprising how many physical ailments disappear.

What does a colour therapy treatment consist of?

Acourse of Colour Therapy treatment begins with diagnosis in order to establish the underlying causes of any problems you many have. The therapist may use counselling, which asks you to select your favourite colours from a selection of coloured oils or colour cards. Alternatively they may use a spinal chart or reflexology, and possibly art therapy for diagnosis.

This is followed by treatments which may include a combination of the following:

Light Therapy - using a colour torch or specially designed lamp

Colour-related diet

Bach flower remedies and essential oils related to colour

Art and music therapy

Colour reflexology and Colour Aromatherapy

Crystal and gemstone treatments

Colour Breathing, visualisation and Meditation

A colour therapist will also make recommendations about the therapeutic use of colour in your dress, home and work environment and in your diet.