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    Color Therapy is also known as Chromotherapy. The impact of color on mood is widely recognized. Color therapists go further, believing that different hues can treat illness and improve physical, emotional, and spiritual health. According to the theory, the vibrations of color waves can directly affect body cells and organs. Many practitioners also claim that the body emits its own "aura", or energy field, the colors of which reflect a person's state of health. Different colors are used to "heal", often in the form of colored light. The therapy has a long tradition in New Age circles in Europe, and interest is growing in the US, Australia, and Japan.


  • Emotional & behavioral problems.
  • Stress-related condition.
  • Depression, insomnia.
  • Fatigue, chronic fatigue syndrome (CFS).
  • Headaches.
  • High blood pressure.
  • Arthritis.
  • Skin Conditions.
  • Menstrual problems.

  • Colors have always had symbolic overtones. In the Indian festival of Somavati Amavasya, yellow turmeric powder, representing the sun, is scattered.


    The earliest association of colors with symbolic meanings rose from the close relationship between prehistoric humans and nature. Green was the color of growth; blue represented the sky and heavenly peace. Cultural differences developed, however. Red, the color of blood, spelled disaster for the ancient Celts, while the Chinese associated it with the sun and considered it propitious.

    In the West, healing with color remained largely a folk tradition based on superstition and the use of crystals and precious stones until the 19th century, when discoveries were made about the light spectrum and electromagnetic waves. An Indian scientist, Dinshah P. Ghadiali, was one of the first to attempt a scientific explanation of color therapy. In a book published in 1933, he claimed that colors transmitted healing vibrations, and he invented two machines for this purpose.

    Modern practitioners borrow at random from folk superstition, Eastern mysticism and Western psychological research.



    The effects of color on our moods, health, and way of thinking have been studied by researchers for years. Even an individual's preference for one color over another may be related to the way that color makes the individual feel.

    When full-spectrum light shines into a prism, it refracts into the seven colors of the spectrum: red, orange, yellow, green, blue, indigo and violet.

    The sun's rays contain a whole spectrum of electromagnetic radiation that forms visible white or "full-spectrum" light. Light travels in waves, and its different wavelengths are perceived by the brain as colors. Color can be described as light - visible radiant energy - of certain wavelengths. When light is passed through a prism or refracted as a rainbow, the different color waves of the spectrum are identified. Photoreceptors in the retina, called cones, translate this energy into colors. The retina contains three kinds of cones: one for blue, one for green, and one for red. We perceive colors by combining these colors.

    As well as having its own wavelength, each color has a certain frequency, the rate at which its wave vibrates. Practitioners of color therapy believe that cells and organs of the body also have vibrational frequencies, and they use colors to correct vibrational imbalances in the body and create a state of harmony. When the energy of color enters our bodies, it stimulates the production of certain hormones, which in turn affect a variety of physiological processes. This explains why color has been found to have such a direct influence on our thoughts, moods, and behavior - an influence that many experts believe is distinctly separate from psychological and cultural factors. Remarkably, color seems to have an effect of blind people, who are thought to sense color as a result of energy vibrations created within the body.

    Clearly, the colors you choose for your clothes and for your home, office, car, and other surroundings can have a profound affect on you. Colors have been known to ease stress, to fill you with energy, and even to alleviate pain and other physical problems. This idea, it should be noted, is far from new. In fact, the "color your world" concept is part of the ancient Chinese design technique called "Feng Shui".


    When selecting a color to effect a change in mood or to relieve a discomfort, it is vital to choose the color suited to your particular objective.

    Many color therapists are influenced by the Vedic theory of the body's chakras, which are vortexes of "life energy" into which light is believed to stream. You, too, should become familiar with the body's energy centers, known as chakras. Each chakra has a particular part of the body and is associated with and stimulated by, certain emotions and specific colors. Practitioners use various tests to ascertain which colors are missing and which ones are required to keep the chakras working in harmony. Related to the person's chakras is a person's aura, a subtle (non-physical) body consisting of multicolored layers that surround an individual. Although it is invisible to most people, some practitioners and energy-sensitive individuals do claim to see a person's aura. They claim that they will be able to "read" the colors of the aura to determine the client's state of health, then visualize healing colors to counteract negative or dull colors in the aura.

    There are seven major chakras and they are present on both the front and the back of the body. There are said to be a total of 49 chakras on the human etheric double, with the others usually considered to be minor energy points. Each acupuncture point may also be called a minor chakra and there are several hundreds of them. The small chakras located in the hands, and fingers are not minor centers for healers. And those located on the soles of the feet - that can also transmit Reiki and serve to connect us to the Earthplane - cannot be considered minor either. There is a chakra at the back of each body joint. The chakras are a major part of the electrical system of the body, the bridge between physical and non-physical Be-ing.

    Below is a list of colors associated with the seven major chakras (energy centers located in the body) and in energy healing (Reiki) and in chromotherapy (color therapy).

      Is associated with the seventh major chakra (energy center in the body located at the top of the head, The Crown. The color White or Magenta is also associated with this chakra, depending upon the practitioner's training). It is called the "Sahasrara" chakra. Physically it is associated with the pineal gland. This is people's connection with spirituality and Goddess/Source. The Crown is the place of perception of spirit guides and the skill of channeling energy. It influences spiritual development, reverence, commitment, and tolerance. A person with an excess of this color will express fanaticism and domination.

      Violet is a cooling color that brings spiritual peace and creates a peaceful environment. The color of violet heals insomnia, tumors of the brain, suppresses the appetite, and is good for scalp and kidney problems and for migraine headaches. It calms highly-strung, excitable people. It is used to treat compulsive behavior.

      Is associated with the sixth major chakra (energy center in the body located in the head where the "third eye" is located - between and slightly above the eyes on the lower part of the forehead. It is called the "Ajna" chakra. The color Violet can also be associated with this chakra, depending upon the practitioner's training). This chakra is associated with the pituitary gland. This is the chakra of psychic perception, and understanding of the "Oneness of the Universe". Indigo is the blue-black color of the nighttime sky. It is a woman's power center and represents the creation of personal realities. It works with the Crown chakra in the healing of the brain, eyes and central nervous system. It influences spiritual perception, intuition, dignity, self-respect and tolerance. In excess, a person will experience corruption, pride and arrogance.

      Indigo is a cooling color that develops psychic perception and intuition. It heals eyes, ears, nose and mental problems. It is used to treat addiction.

      Is associated with the fifth major chakra (energy center in the body located at the throat). It is called the "Vishuddha" chakra. Blue and the throat chakra are associated with the thyroid and parathyroid glands. It is a Light Blue in color and its function is communication both physical and psychic. It influences spiritual creativity, inspiration, peace, relaxation, devotion and trust. In a world where speaking out is a risk, most people's Throat centers are in need of healing. Emotions are expressed at this level, and creativity is located there. Healing issues include anything with the throat (sore throats, stage fright, thyroid problems, throat cancer). An excess of this color in a person will bring about doubt, distrust, apathy, and melancholy.

      Blue is a cooling color that has a relaxing, calming effect, giving peace of mind. Blue lowers the blood pressure, the heart rate, and respiration. Aggressive individuals become calmer when placed in a blue room. Blue has been found to make people in a hot and humid environment feel cooler. Blue fights infections, heals throat disorders, relieve pain of ulcers, back problems, rheumatism, and inflammatory disorders. It will lower fevers. It is used to treat insomnia and over-activity. Surrounding yourself with blue and focusing your mind on the body part you want to heal while looking at the color, relieves the discomfort. A good place to do this is in the countryside, where the blue of the sky and the water can impart a feeling of calming "oneness" with the universe.

      Green (along with the secondary color of "Rose") is associated with the fourth major chakra (energy center located at the heart, behind the breastbone or sternum). It is known as the "Anahata" chakra. It is associated physically with the heart organ or thymus gland. Its spiritual influence is freedom, balance, harmony, sympathy and love. Emotions come from the heart, as does universal love and love for others. Heartache and heartbreak (and physical heart conditions) are typical of modern society - most of us need heart and emotional healing. A person with an excess of green will experience lethargy, lack of motivation, insecurity, and jealousy.

      The color Green has a soothing and relaxing effect on the body as well as the mind. It helps alleviate depression or anxiousness. Green also helps nervous disorders, nervous tension, exhaustion, heals the heart and helps heart problems, the circulatory system, and cancer. It helps you to overcome fear of giving, sharing, and adaptability. When you are ill, try sitting on a hillside or by a green pasture, and focus on the body part you want to heal. Green may also be a good environmental color for the dieter.

      Pink (Rose) is a secondary color associated with the Heart chakra.

      Pink has a soothing effect on the body, relaxing muscles. Because it has been found to have a tranquilizing effect on aggressive and violent people, Pink is often used in prisons, mental wards/institutions, hospitals, and juvenile and drug centers. Those suffering from anxiety or withdrawal symptoms can benefit from pink surroundings. Pink is also a good color for a bedroom, where it can help evoke feelings of romance.

      Yellow (Solar Yellow) is associated with the third major chakra of the body (located at the solar plexus just above the belly button, between the lower ribs). It is also known as the "Manipura" chakra. This is a man's power center, and the place where energy moving though the body is assimilated. Food is assimilated at this center. Its physical correspondence is the pancreas gland or liver, as well as power issues and balances of power. Solar plexus diseases include digestive problems, alcoholism, and food issues. A person with an excess of color will express lack of concentration, malice, and deviousness.

      Yellow is a stimulating color that is the most remarkable of all the colors. Whenever you want to remember something, jot it down on Yellow paper. It stimulates the intellect. Yellow was found to increase children's learning ability and increases IQ when included with Orange and Red in classrooms. This color raises blood pressure and increases the pulse rate, but to a lesser degree than Red does. It heals the nervous system, helps elimination, the liver, intestines, and pancreas. It balances the adrenal glands, heals skin troubles, and helps diabetes. As the color of sunshine, Yellow has an energizing effect that can help relieve depression. The color can be used to treat muscle cramps, hypoglycemia, overactive thyroid, and gallstones. It is used to treat unresolved feelings.

      Orange is associated with the second major chakra (energy center located in the loin area a few inches below the belly button). It is known as the "Swadisthana" chakra. The Belly or Sacral (lower abdomen) center is the spleen in men (purification) and the uterus in women, which also has a purifying function. It affects the sexual organs. First impressions and old emotional pictures are stored in this center, and it is also the center of sexual choosing. Healing at this chakra includes recovery from past abuse, and sexuality or fertility issues. A person with an excess of orange will express confusion, tiredness, and pessimism.

      Orange is a stimulating color that helps improve digestion and the stimulates the appetite. Use this color for place mats and tablecloths to encourage a finicky eater, or to pique the appetite of a person who is ill. This color should be avoided by those who are trying to lose weight. If you are feeling tired or run down, try wearing an Orange garment to lift your energy level and alleviate fatigue. It helps to you to assimilate new ideas, removes repression and inhibitions. Orange broadens the mind and helps you to cope with life and career. Along with the color, Yellow and Red, it increases IQ when it is included in classrooms. General weakness, allergies, and constipation may also improve. It is used to treat depression and low libido.

      The color Red (Ruby Red) is associated with the 1st major chakra (energy center located at the perineal area, also called the Perineum or Root chakra - the area found between the anus and the vagina/urethra/scrotum). It is called the "Muladhara" chakra. It is the Hui Yin center. The Root chakra is usually associated with the adrenals glands and is located at the genitals. It is represented by a vibrant red. Its spiritual influence is courage, willpower, physical energy, and vitality. Known in the East as the Gateway to Life and Death, the Root is the place of birth and rebirth. This is the survival center, the ability to draw abundance from the planet. Root center healing involves basic issues of having enough food, shelter and clothing, of wanting to live of die, of grounding and of living on the Earthplane. A person with an excess of red will express domination, physical cruelty, anger, and vulgarity.

      Red stimulates, excites, and warms the body. It is used to treat inertia. It increases the heart rate, brain wave activity, and respiration. Red is the color of passion and energy. It is good for impotence and frigidity and the reproductive systems in general. It stimulates circulation of blood and flow of adrenaline. It is good for anemia, bladder infections, and skin problems. Those who have poor coordination should avoid wearing the color Red. In addition, people suffering from high blood pressure (hypertension) should avoid rooms with Red decor, as this can cause their blood pressure to rise. Conversely, Red has a good effect on those with hypotension (low blood pressure). Red energizes, gives confidence and courage. Along with Yellow and Orange, if these colors are included in the classroom, IQ is increased.

      Black is associated with the "Earth" or "Grounding" chakra (located at the bottom of the feet). It has the Earth Ch'i. It is a "power" color. It is also a calming color. Try wearing black clothes for a feeling of strength and self-confidence. Black also suppresses the appetite. If you want to lose weight, cover your dining table with a black tablecloth.


    Besides the seven major and many minor chakras of the etheric double, there is another line of important energy centers from above the Crown chakra through the body to the Grounding or Earth Chakra. This line is probably beyond the etheric double and on the emotional/astral body aura layer. This line has been called the "Hara Line" by Barbara Brennen, in her book Light Emerging. It is also described in Awaken Healing Light of the Tao by Mantak and Maneewan Chia and is also the basis for Duane Parker and Sanaya Roman's Awakening Your Light Body tape series. Along this line are several centers, which are part of the ancient Ch'i Kung system, but seem to be opening spontaneously for the first time in many people. The presence this opening is seen by healers doing healings. The Hara Line is important in the higher attunements of Reiki II and Reiki III, though their uses are not fully understood at this time.


      Transpersonal Point chakra located beyond the Crown and above the physical body. Its color is "Clear" (all colors) and its function is Goddess-Within. It is the Heavenly Ch'i. Other beyond-the-Crown centers may be developing in people at this time.

      This is the "Causal Body" chakra at the base of the skull. It appears to be involved with manifesting.

      This chakra is called the Thymus chakra and is aquamarine in color. It is located between the Throat chakra (Blue) and the Heart chakra (Green) and is physically associated with the thymus gland. It plays a part in immunity and in protection from pollutants and chemicals. It influences spiritually: independence, heightened awareness, and the power of articulation. In excess, the person will have a tendency to be immature and easily influenced.

      This chakra is called the Diaphragm chakra located between the Heart chakra (Green) and the Solar Plexus (Yellow). Its purpose lies in the purging of old emotions and toxins at every level.

      This chakra is the "Hara" chakra itself, located between the Belly chakra (Orange) and the Root chakra (Red) and sometimes called the Sacral center. In Ch'i Kung it is named the Tan Tien, and is known in Japan and China as the center of human energy and power of the Original Ch'i. It's Western equivalent is the Solar Plexus (though its color is Gold, rather than Yellow, but the Tan Tien is much more. It is the location of Original Ch'i in the body, the life force energy one is born with. This combines with the Heavenly Ch'i (from the Universe) and Earth Ch'i (from the planet) (the Transpersonal Point and the Earth chakra) to create the three forces that sustain and nourish all life. It has been described as the "will to live in the physical body". The Hara line is described as the line of intention and purpose for this incarnation.

    When working with color therapy (chromotherapy) keep in mind the color associations that are associated with the energy (chakra) points of the body as well as the systems or organs that are associated with that specific color. There are many levels of healing, not just the physical level. Colors and energy healings work on the mental, emotional and spiritual levels as well.


    There is no evidence for vibrational healing through color, or for chakras or auras, although extensive research shows that color can affect mood. In 1984, Professor Harry Wohlfarth of the University of Edmonton, Canada, demonstrated that yellow and red are the most stimulating colors, and blue and black are the most calming. Yellow was found to increase children's learning ability. Researchers in the US in 1973 found that bathing in red light for 30 minutes caused heart rate and blood pressure to rise, while blue light caused them to decrease. In the 1940s and 1950s, Swiss psychologist Dr. Max Luscher devised tests, used in medicine and industry, to reveal subjects' states of mind and even physical illness from their response to color. In a 1948 West German study, it was found that yellow, orange, or red in the classroom increased students IQ.


    Conventional medical practitioners accept the psychological effects of color more readily than the physical. Research suggests that ultraviolet (UV) light can be used in treating depression, but more studies are needed on colored light. Conventional practitioners seriously question the idea of prescribing colors as medicine.


    The practitioner usually begins by asking for details of your medical history and your personal color preferences. Practitioners working with the aura and chakras may claim to "see" or "feel" which colors your body requires. There are two other main methods of diagnosis commonly used in color therapy.


      Color: Magenta
      Situated: Crown of Head
      Treats: Compulsive Behavior

      Affects: Pineal Gland

      Spiritual Development
      Color: Violet
      Situated: Forehead
      Treats: Addiction

      Affects: Pituitary Gland

      Color: Blue
      Situated: Throat
      Treats: Insomnia, Overactivity

      Affects: Thyroid Gland

      There is no chakra associated with the color Turquoise
      Turquoise stimulates the immune system

      Heightened Awareness
      Power of Articulation
      Tendency to be easily influenced
      Color: Green
      Situated: Heart
      Treats: Nervous Tension

      Affects: Thymus Gland

      Lack of Motivation
      Color: Yellow
      Situated: Solar Plexus
      Treats: Unresolved Feelings

      Affects: Pancreas

      Mental Energy
      Lack of Concentration
      Color: Orange
      Situated: Lower Abdomen
      Treats: Depression, Low Libido

      Affects: Reproductive Organs

      Sexual Energy
      Color: Red
      Situated: Base of Coccyx
      Treats: Inertia

      Affects: Adrenal Glands

      Physical Energy
      Physical Cruelty


    From a range of eight colored cards, the practitioner asks you to choose three. Your physical and psychological health are assessed from your selection to provide clues as to which areas of your body are out of balance.


    This relates parts of the spine to different colors and body areas. Techniques vary, but the practitioner may "dowse" the chart for imbalances by running a finger down it to pinpoint problem areas and treatment colors, while concentrating on information you have given.


    A computer-controlled color therapy machine directs colored light at the client as she sits or lies in a darkened room. The main treatment color, in this case orange, is alternated with its complementary color, blue, and each dose is precisely timed.

    Treatment often in the form of color illumination therapy, in which colored light is shone for a precise length of time either directly onto a specific part of your body through a quartz-tipped "crystal flashlight" or diffused around you as you sit under a light source. Different hues are selected according to their vibrational frequencies and their particular effects on internal organs. The practitioner often uses both the main color and its complementary opposite color alternately in treatment. If you are being treated with violet, for example, you will usually also be exposed to yellow. This is said to ensure a healthy balance of color in the body. Sessions are usually about an hour long, and a course of treatment may last several weeks, depending on the condition.

    Colored silks may be draped over the body to treat illness. For depression, a practitioner might use orange silk for 20 minutes, followed by blue (its complementary color) for 10 minutes.

    Practitioners of other therapies, such as reflexology or acupuncture, may incorporate aspects of color therapy into their work.


    Your practitioner may teach you how to visualize yourself bathing in a certain color or breathing it into your body. You may also be advised to include specific colors in your clothing, environment, and food, and to drink water that has been "solarized" by absorbing sunlight through stained glass of a particular color.

    Solarized blue water is used to treat insomnia.

    Clothing in treatment colors may be worn.


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    Allspice Leaf Oil
    Angelica Oil
    Anise Oil
    Baobab Oil
    Basil Oil
    Bay Laurel Oil
    Bay Oil
    Benzoin Oil
    Bergamot Oil
    Black Pepper Oil
    Chamomile (German) Oil
    Cajuput Oil
    Calamus Oil
    Camphor (White) Oil
    Caraway Oil
    Cardamom Oil
    Carrot Seed Oil
    Catnip Oil
    Cedarwood Oil
    Chamomile Oil
    Cinnamon Oil
    Citronella Oil
    Clary-Sage Oil
    Clove Oil
    Coriander Oil
    Cypress Oil
    Dill Oil
    Eucalyptus Oil
    Fennel Oil
    Fir Needle Oil
    Frankincense Oil
    Geranium Oil
    German Chamomile Oil
    Ginger Oil
    Grapefruit Oil
    Helichrysum Oil
    Hyssop Oil
    Iris-Root Oil
    Jasmine Oil
    Juniper Oil
    Labdanum Oil
    Lavender Oil
    Lemon-Balm Oil
    Lemongrass Oil
    Lemon Oil
    Lime Oil
    Longleaf-Pine Oil
    Mandarin Oil
    Marjoram Oil
    Mimosa Oil
    Myrrh Oil
    Myrtle Oil
    Neroli Oil
    Niaouli Oil
    Nutmeg Oil
    Orange Oil
    Oregano Oil
    Palmarosa Oil
    Patchouli Oil
    Peppermint Oil
    Peru-Balsam Oil
    Petitgrain Oil
    Pine-Long Leaf Oil
    Pine-Needle Oil
    Pine-Swiss Oil
    Rosemary Oil
    Rose Oil
    Rosewood Oil
    Sage Oil
    Sandalwood Oil
    Savory Oil
    Spearmint Oil
    Spikenard Oil
    Swiss-Pine Oil
    Tangerine Oil
    Tea-Tree Oil
    Thyme Oil
    Vanilla Oil
    Verbena Oil
    Vetiver Oil
    Violet Oil
    White-Camphor Oil
    Yarrow Oil
    Ylang-Ylang Oil
    Healing Baths For Colds
    Herbal Cleansers
    Using Essential Oils


    Almond, Sweet Oil
    Apricot Kernel Oil
    Argan Oil
    Arnica Oil
    Avocado Oil
    Baobab Oil
    Black Cumin Oil
    Black Currant Oil
    Black Seed Oil
    Borage Seed Oil
    Calendula Oil
    Camelina Oil
    Castor Oil
    Coconut Oil
    Comfrey Oil
    Evening Primrose Oil
    Flaxseed Oil
    Grapeseed Oil
    Hazelnut Oil
    Hemp Seed Oil
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