Color therapy training
and learning ability improvement
Color healing, light therapy and chromo therapy are all terms used interchangeably
with Color Therapy, which is a set of principles used to create harmonious color
and color combinations for healing. Color therapy (chromo therapy) help improve
and balance emotional state when gaze at selected colors and absorb their energy.
A therapist trained in color therapy uses color to balance energy wherever our bodies
are lacking, be it physical, emotional, spiritual, or mental.
The body tells us the truth about how we feel and shows us that there is an imbalance
in our physiology. Most of the time, we do not pay attention to our body because
the pain of feeling and knowing may be too much. The eidetic-mans carefully and
compassionately show us what is needed through images to heal and activate the body
and mind toward better health.
Build a collection of colored cards so that at times to time you can select a
color, focus on it, and restore yourself to a balanced state. Gaze at the color
for as long as you feel you need to. Depending on the severity of the imbalance
in your energy, it may take as long as one minutes before a sense of irritation
begins to be felt as the saturation point for a color's energy is reached.
Color experience provides the opportunity to discover for yourself, the impact
colors can have on well-being. The need for a particular color's energy seems to
differ from day to day or even from hour to hour.
When you absorb color energy it go, via the nervous, to the part of the body
that needs it. Each body has its own optimum state of well-being and is constantly
seeking ways to maintain or restore a balanced state. Utilizing color is one way
you can help yourself to harmony!
Waveforms of light are expressed in light frequencies called nanometers. For
example, red is expressed as 660 nanometer. White light is expressed as a compendium
of all the visible light frequencies which include red, orange, yellow, green, blue
Object of the Game: To find all the matching pairs of cards.
How to Play:
You will be shown some cards with their faces down.
Select two of the cards by clicking in the box next to the card with your
Press the "Check It" button at the bottom.
If both cards are the same, those cards will be removed. If they are different,
remember what is on the card so you can try again.
Press the "Pick Again!" button and select two more cards.
The game is over when you have matched all of the pairs and all the cards
Red signifies the choleric temperament. Red is generally taken to be the color of
life, of the glowing sun and of fire. Love and joy, rage and anger are the polar
values of the color red. Red is said to make the blood boil, to increase the pulse
rate, to raise the blood pressure and the rate of breathing. Red is also the color
of desire. The sexual urge, the impulses and general vigor of individuals are attributed
to the color red. Red generally supports the circulatory functions and is applied
with success to combat anemia, asthma, diseases of the larynx, certain skin diseases
and chronic coughs.
Orange is the color of cheerfulness and gaiety. Being a color mixed from red and
yellow, it stands for kind-heartedness and warm-heartedness of an individual. Orange
symbolizes the rising sun, it makes us alert and cheerful. It causes stimulation,
warmth and happiness. Orange fills us with joy and cheerfulness. It affects both
our bodies and our minds. Astonishing results may be obtained in using the color
orange to treat mental illness, depressions, discontent and pessimism. Naturopaths
apply orange for the treatment of arteriosclerosis, sclerenecephaly, cardio sclerosis,
loss of appetite, anemia, and anorexia.
The color yellow represents the sanguine temperament. Yellow is the symbol of the
sun at the zenith. Yellow is the brightest of all colors. In the psychology of colors,
yellow stands for detached serenity. Yellow reflects light in all directions, thereby
creating an impression of detachment and liberation; it cancels out any feeling
of heaviness or oppression. Professor Luscher writes that the color yellow drives
us forward towards new, modern frontiers, and that it is therefore future oriented.
In naturopathy yellow is applied to combat glandular diseases and diseases of the
lymphatic system, and to strengthen the nervous system. Yellow greatly assists metabolism,
glandular activity and improves secretion of the stomach.
The color green represents the phlegmatic temperament. It has a harmonizing effect.
Green does not make us quiet, but calms us in a neutral, positive sense. Green is
the color of possession and of the will to possess. Luscher says: "Green is the
color of possession and should increase the feelings of security and in particular
of self-confidence." Green is also considered to be the color of concentration.
It stands for exact examination, precise analysis, systematic logic and for recording
and remembering. Among other things, the color green is applied for the naturopathic
treatment of bronchitis, whooping cough, inflammations of the joints, and swellings.
In addition, green has a positive influence on the treatments of cysts, eye diseases
and diabetes, generally promoting the secretion processes. Green promotes relaxation
of the organs and stimulates general detoxification of the body.
Blue is the color of peace and infinity. It represents the melancholic temperament.
Blue profoundly calms and relaxes us. Our bodies and minds are conveyed to a state
of peace, repose and softness. The relaxing and tranquilizing property of blue is
applied for relieving headaches and migraines, the pains of stomach and muscle cramps.
As a general rule, the color blue can be said to have a very positive effect on
all kinds of pain conditions.
Violet is the combination of the choleric-impulsive and the melancholic-tender nature.
Violet is the color of the emotions and is considered to be a meditative color.
Violet can lead to profound liberation of the mind. Intuition and imagination are
enhanced. Violet is the color regulator at the interface between the mind and the
body. In color therapy in particular in color acupuncture, violet is applied for
treating the lymphatic system and the spleen.
The six basic colors are divided into three hot and three cool, hot being the
colors which arouse and give stimulation and cool being the colors which cool down
and sedate. The colors Red, Orange & Yellow are warming. The colors Green, Blue
& Violet are cooling. Color Therapy uses these complimentary properties of the colors
to balance the body and help it to heal. By testing complimentary pairs in your
body system, the more sensitive area is found and then given the cool color to sedate,
the others are given the warm color to ton.
Make this game by yourself
Different shapes should be prepared on a card, which should be colored in
This card should be shown to learners for two minutes.
Then the learners should be asked to draw those shapes and color them in
the same color as shown in the card.
Instead of asking the children to draw the shapes, a new card may be shown
the children, which may have some of the shapes in the original card and children
may be asked to identify them.
Eidetic memory (Photographic memory) found in 5% children. These children can
remember an entire page of writing in an unfamiliar language after only seeing
it for a short period of time. Only a few have eidetic memory in adulthood.