Colour Therapy Meaning, Uses, Application and Learning

Colour Therapy Meaning, Uses, Application and Learning

What is Colour Therapy?

Colour therapy is a holistic therapy that uses the seven main colours of the spectrum and light to balance the chakras of the body. Each colour of the spectrum resonates with one of the main seven chakras in the body. Each colour of the spectrum is simply light of varying wavelengths, thus each colour has its own particular energy. The use of Colour Therapy dates back thousands of years and is a truly holistic therapy using the colour energy from light. Used in the right way, colour can have a profound and healing effect on us as humans of any age as well as the animals.

Ways in which Colour Therapy is applied

Colour therapy can be used on the body in a number of different ways. As with any therapy, each colour therapist may have his or her own 'style', however, a number of common ways in which colour therapy is applied are:

Learning about Colour Therapy

We provide Colour Therapy related products and distance learning workshop teaching packs.

We have our comprehensive online Colour Therapy Workshop distance learning packs as well as our popular online shop for colour acetate light filters used in Colour Therapy as well as our popular poster downloads.

Colour Therapy Workshops

Colour Therapy distance learning workshops

We have compiled our comprehensive online Colour Therapy distance learning packs just for you. We currently have three distance learning packs - 'Level 1', Level 2' and Animals.

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Colour Therapy Online Shop

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We sell a variety of colour therapy related products including colour acetate light filters, our own chakra posters and colour therapy workshop packs and booklets.

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What is Colour

What is colour

Colour is simply light of varying wavelengths and frequencies, as we see or feel it. As an energy colour forms just a small part of the Electromagnetic spectrum.

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Colour Properties

An illustration of an eye looking at the names of colours

Colour is simply light of varying wavelengths and frequencies, as we see or feel it. Visible colour plays a very important part in all of our lives; from colour in work, to adverts and design.

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Colour Therapy

Colour Silks

One of the most popular ways of applying colour therapy directly to the body, is to use coloured silks. These are used to place directly onto the body of the patient.

Any natural fabric i.e. cotton, can be used where pure silk is not appropriate. For instance, when treating animals with colour.

Meeting a Colour Therapist

When you visit a Colour Therapist you should be greeted in a friendly and professional manner and welcomed into a calm and comfortable environment. The Colour Therapist should be fully qualified in the field and their expertise should include Anatomy and Physiology. Always ask for sight of their qualifications if you are unsure.

How Colour Therapy is used

Colour therapy uses the energy relating to each of the seven spectrum colours being:- red, orange, yellow, green, blue, indigo and violet. These spectrum colours are simply light of varying wavelengths, thus each colour has its own particular energy. These energies resonate with the energy of each of the seven main chakras/energy centres of the body. By using these seven colours of the light spectrum, Colour Therapy aims to balance and enhance our body's energy centres/chakras, which can help to stimulate our body's own healing process.

Colour Therapy and Nature

Colour Therapy and Nature

When exploring some of the connections of Colour Therapy and Nature, one of the most obvious is, of course, flowers. They are a very big part of the colours we are all used to seeing around us. Nature is full of healing energy and it is there for us all to share and to enjoy. We just need to look.

Solarized Water

A simple way of applying colour to the body is to use solarized water.

When exposed to sunlight, water in a coloured container absorbs the vibrational energy of that particular colour. This can then be drunk by sipping the water or used for bathing a particular part of the body.