Colour therapy is a system where coloured light is used to treat disease and disorder.

COLOUR THERAPY

Colour therapy is a system where coloured light is used to treat disease and disorder

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Here's some general information of what to expect when you visit a therapist, and a general theory behind how their discipline works. 

What is colour therapy and what is the explanation behind this approach? 

When exposed to light, such as daylight, humans are affected in a variety of different ways, the theory is that we respond to the light’s magnetic radiation.

White light is actually made up of wavelengths which are perceived by the brain as colours. 

Colour therapists believe that every cell and organ in the body vibrates at a particular frequency and so do colours.

It believed by practitioners that it is by identifying which colours are needed by the body to regain balance and by subjecting the body to that particular colour source, that healing apparently takes place. 

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