Spiritual healers often supplement their healing work with color healing. As they lay their hands on the patient, they mentally direct specific color rays into the patient's aura and body. These methods of using color in healing point to our basic contention: color does impact the human aura and, consequently, the human body. Yellow helps strengthen the nerves and the mind. It helps awaken mental inspiration and stimulates higher mentality. Thus, it is an excellent color for nervous or nerve-related conditions or ailments. Yellow can be used for conditions of the stomach, liver, and intestines. It helps the pores of the skin and aids scarred tissue in healing itself. It also has a very enriching effect upon the intellect and the brain. Like the color of gold, yellow represents the highest of the physical colors. "Worth its weight in gold" applies to yellow.
Monday, August 27, 2012
Color healing, known as Chromotherapy. In ancient times people used to built great halls where individuals entered and were bathed in light that was filtered through various colored glass panels or windows. Other methods of color healing involved the grinding up of crystals and gemstones Solarized water is another way in which the energy of color can be taken into the body. This is an easy and inexpensive way in which to become personally involved in color healing. Simply place purified water within a colored bottle and allow it to be bathed in sunlight for a period of time. The rays of the sun, filtered through the colored bottle, energize the water along a specific line of color vibration. Orange in the true color of the sun. Orange has a freeing action upon the body and mind, relieving repressions. Because orange is a blend of red and yellow, it combines physical energy with mental wisdom, inducing a transformation between lower physical reaction and higher mental response. Thus, it is often referred to as "The Wisdom Ray." Orange is warm, cheering, non-constricting. Through orange, we are able to heal the physical body (red) and, at the same time, induce within the mind (yellow) greater understanding on how the body may be kept in good repair. Orange helps assimilate new ideas and stimulate mental enlightenment. It is also helpful in dealing with excess sexual expression. Finally, orange links very strongly with the sacral chakra.
Saturday, August 25, 2012
Color plays a major role in setting and stimulating up of mind and the emotions to a condition of healing and well-being.
We all responds to color. We do not paint bedrooms in bright, flashy reds or yellows, because these colors tend to stimulate the body and inhibit relaxation and sleep whereas blue is often associated with cold, while red tends to conjure up thoughts of soothing warmth.
Before examining color and its healing implications, we must address a very important concept: that of cause and effect. Thus, any healing technique which deals only with the aura or the energy field of the individual tends to accomplish one thing and gives him or her an added boost of energy. That energy boost then allows that person to heal internally for greater activity.
Red is called "The Great Energizer" and "The Father of Vitality." Red is warm, vital, heating. It loosens, opens up clogs, releases stiffness and constrictions. It is excellent for areas that have become stiffened or constricted.Red links with and stimulates the root chakra, at the base of the spine, causing the adrenal glands to release adrenalin. This results in greater strength. Red causes hemoglobin to multiply, thus increasing energy and raising body temperature. It is excellent for anemia and blood-related conditions.