The Application of Color Therapy in Medicine
Throughout history, man has used the sun’s energy as medicine. The sick were taken out into the sun to let it help the restoration of their health.
The ancient Egyptians, Greeks, Chinese, and Indians all used color therapy, but they applied color energy differently.
Sir Isaac Newton
In 1933, Dinshah P. Ghadiali wrote, in the Spectro-chrome Metry Encyclopedia, about the findings of his medical research on the application of colors. Many authors continue to cite his data, and many practitioners refer to it. Ghadiali had previously already greatly valued aura diagnosis, which he conducted by means of instruments and methods he developed.
Chromalive techniques are based on Eastern medicine philosophy. The sensitive bio-energies (yin and yang) become unbalanced when our daily life is constantly stressed. Too much stress disturbs the balance of our life energy flow. Illnesses can then manifest, and the aging process accelerates.
The bio-energy of the cells in the meridians (energy paths) can be corrected with the radiation of the right therapeutic colors to the reflex zones or acupuncture points.
Consequently, the physical, emotional and mental blockages dissolve, and the sense of well-being is restored.
Colors have a big influence on our physical and mental well-being. Research has shown that color can greatly influence the condition of a person’s emotions and general well-being. The positive outcome of color radiation is that the organ is supplied with the weak missing bio-energy. The possible negative outcome is disharmony among the energies, even illness, caused by wrong color application or overdose.
The aim of the color therapy treatment is to harmonize and restore the person’s bioenergy and internal color equilibrium (yin and yang energies). The activities of the organs, feelings, and thoughts, can become optimal only when the color household – the balance of energy in the human body – is reestablished.
The human body has three means of absorbing color energy;
- Intake of energy (through the chakras and meridians);
- chemical intake (nutrition water and sunlight);
- physical influence (specific color light treatment).
Color power either has the immediate effect of regulating the life force, or of storing itself in the cells for use later, when it is needed.