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How does color therapy work?

By Arif Iqbal Azeemi - Fri Jun 29, 1:22 am

Every part of our body has a specific color. When the ratio of any color changes different types of problems occurred in our body, similarly when the color is balanced diseases are easily cured. In order to overcome the deficiency of color sunlight or artificial lights are used. Treatment with color is very simple. Even a man of common understanding can do it. The method of color therapy is being discussed below:

Natural Method:

Expose the body of patient in the sunlight for a specific time. As you know that spectrum of the sunlight contains all the colors in it so when we expose the body before the sunlight it absorbs the color required by it. Colors of the light are the actual remedy for the diseases, heat of the sun is additional thing which the body receives.

Artificial Method:

(a)   Have a glass bottle of the required color.First of all clean it with hot water.Then  fill it with distilled water. Let  one forth of the bottle remain unfilled. If the bottle of the required color is not available take an ordinary transparent glass bottle and enwrap it in a cellophane paper of required color in such a manner that the bottle is covered with all side properly.

(b)   Place this bottle in the sunlight for 4 to 6 hours. Remember that the bottle should be kept on a wooden surface. The best time to treat water with colored rays is from 10 AM to 4PM.

(c)    When the droplets are gathered in the empty surface of the bottle then it is considered that the water has been charged enough .Keep the bottle properly secured with cork. Take into account that if bottle of many colors are to be charged then do not place them close to each other so that no bottle be over shadowed with a bottle of a different color.

(d)   Dosage:

For adults :  2 ounce chromatized water,

             For children : 1 ounce,

             For babies : 1 table spoon

             For infants : 1 tea spoon.


Keep in mind that only plastic cups or spoons can be used for administering charged water.


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