Color Therapy

Color Therapy

Color Star for Color Therapy

Color Star for Color Therapy

What is Color Therapy?

Color Therapy is simply the application or shining of specific colors or frequencies of light unto the body to assist the body in healing itself. One sits in a darkened room with a lamp projecting the desired light unto the body for one hour at a time with at least two hours between applications. Color is like another form of nutrition, but instead of ingesting orally we assimilate through the skin of the body. Each vitamin, herb and mineral has its own unique fingerprint of light that it emits when it has been burned at high temperatures. In science it is called spectroscopy, whereby a sample of material can be burned and the light analyzed to determine its exact chemical makeup. When we lack specific nutrients we can shine an appropriate color on the body to increase assimilation and effectiveness of the nutrient in the body.

Treating Conditions with Color Therapy

Color Therapy can be used to treat almost any condition or problem and shows obvious benefits in sometimes as little as one hour. If one has a hot or acute condition such as a fever any one of the cool colors can be used to shine on the body (blue, indigo, violet etc.) and in most cases in one hour the fever will break. If a chronic or cold condition exists a hot color is used, in most cases though a specific schedule of several colors are used over a period of one to two weeks.

Ancient Healing Modality

Color Therapy is not a new therapy but actually an ancient system of healing that the early Egyptians, Romans, and Greeks used as a healing modality. In fact stained glass windows in the great cathedrals of Europe began as an art form that evolved from the practise of Color Therapy inside the churches. Small  rooms or booths were constructed of solid colors of stained glass in which the faithful would go into and pray for healing, this practise was eventually forgotten but the windows still have their stained glass.  I was told of a study that followed up on people making claims of spontaneous healings while attending church, the study found that everyone had one thing in common, they all were sitting in the light passing through the stained glass windows. Today one simply turns a color lamp on and places the appropiate color gel or filter on the front of the lamp and sits, lies, sleeps or read if they choose and let the light shine onto their skin. The more exposure to the skin the more quickly the color works, usually 1 hour is all that is done in an application with at least 2 or more hours between applications. To treat various conditions may take as much as a week or 2 depending how often you use the lamp and what protocol one is using.

The primary colors when healing with light.

There are many books written about Color Therapy but most have many inaccuracies, the most common being they do not know the 3 primary colors which are RED, GREEN, and VIOLET almost all other books list red, yellow and blue which when combined together will not make white light as the 3 previous mentioned colors do. If you look at  sunlight that has been broken up by a prism you will see 3 distinct colors which are RED, GREEN, and VIOLET and 2 less distinct colors and they are yellow and blue.

Sources for using Color Therapy

In Stanley Burroughs’ book “Healing For The Age of Enlightenment” there is more detailed explanation of the various uses of the color therapy allowing for a greater understanding of this work. I have written a chapter about Color Therapy in my “The Complete Master Cleanse” to give a more detailed explanation of its use. I am writing a new book about Color Therapy at this time. Check back for the new PDF on Color therapy and its Application.

10 Responses to Color Therapy

  1. Maggie P. Fan May 9, 2010 at 9:44 pm #

    To say that violet is a primary colour is strange. You can make violet by mixing other colours, (red and blue), but you can’t make red, yellow and blue from other colours and that makes them “primary colours,” so how can you call violet a primary colour when it is a mix of red and blue ?
    This statement of yours causes you to lose all creditability for your total web site. Sorry.

    • Tom Woloshyn May 21, 2010 at 1:16 pm #

      Hi, Firstly violet is not red and blue this is in fact scarlet. Violet can only be made by a violet filter which I do have. If you measure the wavelength of violet and compare it to your combination they are almost at the opposite sides of the spectrum. Tom

  2. Roberly Hearsch July 22, 2010 at 12:29 pm #

    The misunderstanding here lies in that colours mixed by physical mediums (paints and colourants) and colours obtained by light through coloured panes or films or prisms mix differently — this is what Maggie up above does not understand.

  3. Robert Leonard September 6, 2010 at 5:05 am #

    Isn’t it sad that there are those out there that are so extremely negative that they must dig into the most insinifigant detail in order to discredit you. There are a lot of naysayers. No surpriseses here!

    • Tom Woloshyn September 8, 2010 at 11:18 am #

      Thanks Robert, I myself was a naysayer but took up the challenge and did the MC but did it properly and that changed my life and many others. Some of these people will be inspired at some point hopefully to do it and they will become the proponents of the MC as well. I believe there is possibility of success for anyone with the right attitude and commitment. Tom

  4. Kieran LiuWang November 22, 2010 at 1:22 pm #

    I will have to say each color is it’s own color and using art materials isn’t a good way to completely understand color. UV or Ultra Violet is probably not a combination of ultra blue and ultra red.

  5. Karl April 6, 2012 at 3:09 pm #

    Greetings,
    It is pleasant to find this blog, and to read about shared interest in our connection and responses to energy frequencies. If I may suggest a way of viewing color– please pardon the possible pun and broad use of the word. Paint mediums can be viewed as subtractive, where the presence of all colors makes black..or at best a very muddy result. The primary and secondary color wheels system mentioned above does assist us in arriving at a more specific hue. While light rays can be viewed as additive, where the presence of all “colors” creates what we will broadly call white. With digital graphics, and physical lights there are several systems to mentally plan how to effectively create a hue. One uses Red, Green, Blue (each of present frequencies) to create a variety of colors. All three together make “white”. For an example, as one lowers the blue contribution the color will shift to more yellow. To ones delight lowering the red will manifest a more cyan color. With this approach a full spectrum of hues can be reproduced. Though perhaps like the large tonal potential of bag pipes the fun and fulfilling health is in experiences the myriad of in between flavors! I would truly enjoy reading more of your findings. -Best wishes to you all.

  6. Lynn May 18, 2015 at 12:48 am #

    Hi i have stanely burroughs book. Do you know what “number of application” there means? How do i use the schedule state in the book?

  7. sandra gale October 10, 2016 at 7:14 am #

    in 1997 I saw Tom only o nce when he was in Toronto I experienced the colour therapy It’s awesome I will be ordering the lamps from him now that I know he sells them. thank you
    sandi

  8. Missi Loe October 24, 2016 at 6:59 pm #

    I have been battling eczema since January. I have tried everything that usually works, from essential oils, supplements, strict diet, homeopathy and also did the master cleanse. I bought the light for my daughter, but one night was frustrated from my lack of improvement so put the light on them. I noticed a big improvement by the next day and have seen continued improvement since then. I am ready to get another one and start using it along with my raindrops.

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