Saturday, August 29, 2009

THE HISTORY OF COLOR HEALING

ANCIENT EGYPTIAN
ENERGY HEALING COLOR MASSAGE


THE HISTORY OF COLOR HEALING


Color healing is a technique of restoring imbalance by means of applying color to the body. It was a popular method of cure in ancient Egypt. About 3000 years ago, color light was applied therapeutically and "color halls" were used for healing by ancient Egyptian healer Priests.

The ancient Egyptians worshiped the sun and based their lifestyles on the elements. These elements where a controlling force of nature and determined so much of their existence.

In ancient Egypt, an ancient form of medicine practiced for thousands of years, was based on the idea that every individual contains five elements of the universe, which include: earth, water, air, fire, and spirit. These elements are present in specific proportions unique to each individual, including their personality type and constitution. When these elements are out of balance, The Egyptian healer Priests worked with the energies inherent in the colors of the spectrum to restore this balance.

The art of healing with color in ancient Egypt was founded by the god Thoth. In the tradition, the Ancient Egyptians used colored minerals, stones, crystals, salves, and dyes as remedies, and painted treatment sanctuaries in various shades of color. They believed color to be associated with each organ and elemental system. This healing method looks at the idea that every individual is a balance of the five elements, and each element has an associated color, Green, red, yellow, white and blue. each color is also associated with a musical note or tone:
RED-G, YELLOW-B, GREEN-C, AND BLUE-D

The ancient Egyptians divided all these colors into two groups: the plus group (red and yellow) and the minus group (green and blue). Colors of the plus group produce excitement and cheerfulness. Colors of the minus group are associated with calmness and deep feelings. They observed that green and blue give a feeling of coolness and that red and yellow give a warming effect.

In addition, the ancient Egyptians were aware of the bactericidal action of solar ultra-violet energy, and knew the possibility of assisting the healing of wounds with visible light. They used red light to inhibit the formation of smallpox and like scars and used colored light to treat respiratory diseases and tuberculosis. They also believed that Blue and red colors are at the two extremes with yellow and green representing the midpoints.

From the beginings of ancient Egypt, light was the metaphor for spirituality and enlightenment, it can be found all around us. Therefore, it is easily accessible, yet only available to those who notice or care to pay attention. They believed in the healing power of sunlight, and that it shows us the path to achieve eternal health, in the physical world and in the after-life.

Today ancient Egyptian theories and practice in the healing arts are more important than ever, because of the ailments that threaten humankind with ever-increasing force. These ailments are due to an over-abundance of technical innovation, to the hardships and struggles of everyday life, and to nourishment, which is not fit for human consumption. The connection with the source of Nature has been almost completely lost; nor is it surprising that orthodox medicine has followed the path of "modern science" and attempted to substitute thousands of chemical preparations.

Ancient Egyptian healing Priests treated a variety of ailments, including burns, nervous excitability, and cold in the extremities. They used solarized water, and colored jars and colored lenses. They were aware that water becomes medicated by colored rays of light, which emanate from the Sun. Today we know that by placing distilled water into a glass colored jar or tumbler we can manipulate matter by altering vibrational frequencies through applied color or sound. This simple yet profound therapy can be used in meditation and healing, by drinking the colored, solarized water that corresponds with the color of the body energy point.

The ancient Egyptian healer Priests also knew of the physiologic effects of individual colors and how they would correspond with the actions of certain minerals, which show that color. They assigned specific attributes of the colors to behavioral attributes of physiology. They also determined formulations with applying colored light directly to the body to influence physical injury and illness. They were the first to develop a system of healing utilizing the colors of the spectrum, specifically: red, yellow, green, and blue.

The ancient Egyptians knew that every substance on earth contains color. Even the rays cast on earth by celestial bodies contain color in the form of white light. The rays of the sun contain the colors - blue, green, yellow, and red. These are natural colors which are highly beneficial to the maintenance of health and for healing diseases.

They knew that there are numerous ways to heal and balance with color, and that energy follows thought. Where we put our thoughts, this is where the energy goes. By concentrating on a particular healing color, it is the visualization of that color that will be projected. If we focus on a color, the energy emanates from our body and begins to change the frequency that resonates with that particular color.

Color is light. Light, which is split into different wavelengths vibrating at different speeds and different frequencies. Objects that absorb all wavelengths and do not reflect any, are black. Objects that reflect all wavelengths and do reflect all, are white. Between black and white lies color. Colors are wavelengths of energy that, to us, appear as color because of the potential and capabilities of the object to either absorb or reflect the energy. This basic principle is how we experience color.

Every substance on earth contains color. The rays of the sun contain seven different colors - violet, indigo, blue, green, yellow, orange and red. These are natural colors, which are highly beneficial to the maintenance of health and for healing diseases.

Color healing was valued throughout the history of ancient Egypt as a remarkable source of healing. Today, the therapeutic applications of light and color are being investigated in major hospitals and research centers worldwide. Results indicate that full-spectrum, ultraviolet, colored, and laser light can have therapeutic value for a range of conditions from chronic pain and depression to immune disorders.

The oldest form of light therapy is natural sunlight, which is the ultimate source of full-spectrum light. Different wavelengths stimulate different aspects of our physiology, all playing a vital role in our functioning. We especially need natural light with its subtle variations that act on our well-being. The rhythm of dark and light from day and night and the full-spectrum of light is essential to our circadian rhythms (biological clock), endocrine, immune, sexual and nervous systems.

Our modern style is different from that of our ancient predecessors in one unique way — we live our lives inside. We spend most of our time in closed quarters, be it in our offices, stores, factories, theaters or homes. We place our children into classrooms for the most part of their days, since their early years. We travel in closed vehicles, often with shaded glass to block the sunlight, or commute and shop entirely under ground. We have become concerned over the ozone hole in our atmosphere and its potential harmful consequences, so we readily vacate sunny beaches and often replace them with timed sessions in man-made light-emitting pods.

Ever since the early humans discovered they could make fire at will, the importance of the sunlight was made relative. Nowadays, we routinely substitute daylight with various types of illumination of our own making — candle light, gas light, light from incandescent bulbs or fluorescent tubes. Our lives offer minimal exposure to sunlight. When we do venture outside, we continue to shield ourselves from the sole source of life in universe — sunlight — by wearing sunglasses, hats and long sleeves, by applying sunscreens and staying in the shade as much as possible. We consciously choose to live an unnatural life in artificial surroundings. Only a hundred years ago most people spent 75% of their time outside, today the reverse applies. Yet, we were not made for such an existence.

Full spectrum light, at the proper intensity, is essential to the production of Vitamin D in our skin and the metabolism of calcium; the amount of calcium in the system regulates not only our bones, but also our nerves and the thinking process. Nevertheless, we do not readily associate ailments and disorders with our confined lifestyle. Only recently have we identified one – seasonal affective disorder (SAD) – and only in a certain percentage of the population (statistics show that 10 to 25% of North Americans occasionally exhibit symptoms of SAD).

Meanwhile, we are faced with myriad conditions, afflictions and diseases for which the Western allopathic medicine offers no compelling explanation or treatment. Chronic anemia, unexplained organ failures, the surge of cancers regardless of age and gender, mental illnesses, depression in all of its modalities and forms — all these signals are diagnosed, recorded and addresses solely as independent events in the lives of individuals (or as statistical data), not as symptoms of a single, planetary condition. Medical doctors always look at ill people to establish what is wrong with them; they do not study the healthy population to understand and define the essence of health.

Naturally, our bodies do not use incandescent or fluorescent devices; to survive, they require the color energy carried by natural light, which the sun gives for internal and external use. Light, when shone through a prism, splits and reveals itself through specific colour categories including red, having a long wavelength, to yellow, green, and blue having a short wavelength — this is our visible colour spectrum. It is a perfect mirror image of our rainbow. Have you ever wondered why we get so excited, feel like a child again and marvel so much at a rainbow after a spring shower?

Perhaps, it is a reflection of our own true inner beauty, our inner source of light. Whether we admit it or not, at a spiritual level, we all feel our inner child within and will chase rainbows until we find our pot of gold outside ourselves, which, of course, doesn’t exist. Perhaps we need to discover our rainbow located within each and every one of us at a soul/heart level. When we find that ‘pot of gold’ within, we will not need to search anymore. You’ll know, it is an all-encompassing, complete ‘inner’ knowing. Colour can assist you in achieving the unimaginable.

But for now, let’s focus on how colour therapy can assist in the physical healing.
Each of the various hues, shades or tints of colour emit specific energy frequencies. The theory that stands behind colour light healing is to capture specific colour rays or beams of these various wavelengths of light and reintroduce them into the physical body for cellular communication to re-structure, re-position, re-energize, re-nourish, re-organize, re-produce, re-balance, re-harmonize, re-adjust and re-align the body as a complete, multi-dimensional matrix for optimal health in a 2000 — 2001 century existence.

In one of the ancient Egyptian ways of color healing, the healer Priest focused coloured beams of light onto the patient’s body, based on ancient healing concepts, astrology and numerology. This technique was perfected in Europe and around the world through extensive research in the last five decades of the twentieth century and is based on case studies performed by early pioneers who used colour in healing. The therapist employs the material properties of colours (their respective frequencies) to achieve potential therapeutic effects at the physical, emotional and spiritual level. The therapist can perform sessions almost anywhere, including clinics, hospitals or in the comfort of person’s own home.

In ANCIENT EGYPTIAN ENERGY HEALING COLOR MASSAGE, each colour beam, preferably generated by a simple, non-invasive incandescent light source. Each specific color introduces a specific light/color frequency onto the skin. The light beam does not need to touch the skin. The information encoded in the colour frequency than begins its journey along the body’s meridian channels (etheric energy highways) and is absorbed into the system by the entire organism. Colour light replenishes the body’s natural energy supply on all levels, specifically with those frequencies of colors which are missing or at low level through various unnatural and/or pathological causes.

The targeted colour light ray frequency gives a spark that moves the blocked energy and thus can relieve any pain the person feels, but it isn’t simply moving the stagnant energy; it is also changing (transmuting) the character of the energy it encounters. Located throughout the body, from head to toe, are highly efficient etheric memory storage facilities that can be programmed for eternity. Therefore, it comes as no surprise that emotional traumas, physical injuries and psychological scars remain with us for decades; although the entire cell count in the area has long ago been replaced by new cells.

These cellular memorys are localized knots of scrambled energy code, encrypted as a result of sudden trauma or shock that we may or may not know still exist somewhere in our mind-body-soul matrix. Therefore, it stands to reason, forgotten past memories and skeletons stashed away quietly in tightly sealed closets eventually begin to rattle as physical symptoms, mental clutter, depression and confusion.

Pure colour frequencies shone onto the body’s countless energy portals “reprogram” and “unscramble” this harmful mind/body set patterns. Thus they not only can eliminate physical and emotional pain almost instantly, but also prevent it from recurring, while revitalizing the body. Each individual illness or disease has a unique frequency of its own and manifests itself differently in each person, depending upon their constitution and life’s energetic experiences.



PSYCHOLOGICAL AND THERAPEUTIC EFFECTS OF COLORS

Red is the symbol of love and anger and of life itself; with its penetration power, which is the highest of all colours; it is recommended for treatment of impeded circulation, muscles and heart. It generates enthusiasm, arouses passion and has a cheering effect.

Yellow is a clear purifying colour, which stimulates clarity of intellect, as well as toxin processing and elimination. It can help with learning disabilities and with strengthening of the endocrine functions.

Green is a cooling, sedating colour, which helps reduce swelling of joints and tissues; it calms the body and helps reduce inflammation. It’s the colour of the relaxed heart.

Blue is a cool colour that has a claming effect, inside as well as on the outside. It is very helpful in treating sleep disorders and headaches, yet also regulates elastic tissues in the organism. It helps in all kinds of cramps and can have an anti-bacterial effect.


ANCIENT EGYPTIAN
ENERGY HEALING COLOR MASSAGE
can be used on its own or as an enhancement to all forms of therapy. It is ideal for professional iridologist, reflexologist, massage therapist and many others. It is a safe, non-invasive technique that allows a person to self-direct the process when necessary. People can benefit from ANCIENT EGYPTIAN ENERGY HEALING COLOR MASSAGE weekly or monthly, from relaxation to rejuvenation, to relief of acute pain, to the treatment of chronic ailments, to emotional and spiritual makeovers.

Remember the last time you enjoyed a sunny day, the beauty of a colorful sunset, and stimulating art? Advertisers know the value of color light and utilize the science of color to motivate you to buy their products. Certain colors are used in doctor's offices, day care centers, restaurants, and so on. They are all around us - to calm, enhance learning, stimulate your appetite, etc. People deprived of sunlight for long periods of time sometimes develop a depressive condition called SAD, or seasonal affective disorder.

Light is now used as therapy in many different ways, with varying levels of results. Some light therapies direct light into the eyes, some bathe body regions in light, and some apply it to specific acupoints. Lasers are now used for surgery and cosmetic treatments.


ANCIENT EGYPTIAN
ENERGY HEALING COLOR MASSAGE
is one of the most direct and effective ways to heal. This is due to the fact that our bodies are literally made of slowed-down light, according to modern physics. The body responds very well to light because all of the cells in our bodies communicate with each other via light waves. This communication network is orchestrated by the light-encoded fibers of our DNA, and flows through our energy meridian systems.

It is fascinating to understand that the beneficial effects of herbs, supplements and pharmaceutical drugs are mainly due to the color wavelengths of light released into the body as the physical substances are metabolized. Therefore, all types of medicine and healing are truly associated with color energy. When we apply the appropriate color light to the body, we are in effect cutting out the middle-man of physical substance and giving the body-mind exactly what it is hungering for.

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