Chromography

Chromotherapy: The healing power of colours

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Colors are not only a delight for the eyes and soul, used skillfully they have the powers of an unseen witch. It is proven that our body can be affected in specific ways by surrounding colors. Chromotherapy is thus considered an noninvasivealternative  treatment.

Who invented colors?

The importance of sunlight as the only source of light and heat is known from ancient times. With these properties it maintains life on earth. But the positive effects it has on usare endless, researchers are constantly preoccupied about their discovery.

Decoding and understanding some of the subtle light spectrum proprietary  is considereda great achievement of science. Therefore, chromo or cromopatia appeared as an implementation of this knowledge in the form of an alternative system of healing.

The existence of the seven colors of the spectrum in apparently colorless light of the suncan be proven when a rainbow appears or in an optical laboratory using a prism.

 Curative colors

Besides natural energy, essential for vital biochemical processes (eg in photosynthesis, bio-metabolism, protein biosynthesis), the sun provides many other benefits for mind and body.

Harmonious color absorption by the body is considered to be necessary for maintaininghealth naturally. This is why “ sunbathing” is so important.

In therapeutic applications deficiencies or imbalances of specific colors are supplementedwith artificial light. These can be used for noninvasive treatment of a wide range ofdiseases.

Red
Red color is characteristic to the stimulation of neurons, adrenal glands and sensory nerves also it improves blood circulation.

This primary colour induces subtle  but intense effects in the management functions of the brain and nervous system and in many biochemical and physiological processes. Because of its restorative effects, red is recommended in small doses and only with blue or greenfor therapeutic use.

Orange

Orange is a combination of red and yellow. Its effects are thus much stronger. Among the results of cromotherapy using this colour includes also increasing body resistance against infections.Orange is much more used to cure stiffness and spasms. He also plays an important role in increasing metabolism rate and strengthening the lungs, spleen and pancreas, but also in maintaining normal blood pressure.

It is interesting to note that this color induces soothing emotions and enthusiasm.

Yellow
Research on chromo medical laboratories indicates that bright yellow rays help the body’smotor mechanisms. This color is also useful in strengthening muscles and maintainingdigestive funtions.

However, prolonged use gives rise to acidity, colitis or hemorrhoids. Excessive radiation absorbtion of yellow can increase the risk of diseases such as heart rate and delusions.

Yellow therapy leads to a general increase in the level of intelligence and promptness.

Green
A dilation of arteries is recorded when green rays penetrate the body.
But its excessive absorption has harmful effects on muscle tissue and pituitary gland.Green has a favorable impact in inducing positive thinking therefore is prescribed in stress management.

Blue
Blue increases metabolism reaction and is often used in wound healing. This color givessoothing effect to the mind / intellect and supports intellectual functioning operationduring meditation practices.

Indigo
This color is suitable for chromatographic purification. In addition, relaxes and slowsneuro-muscular system, cardiovascular and lymphatic systems.

Purple
Purple can be used in maintaining potassium levels in the body. Specific high frequencyradiation using this color inhibits tumors. Unbalanced appetite can be controlled by thiscolor.

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