Saturday, November 1, 2008
THE MAGIC OF COLORS
The Power of Color
The use of color in healing goes back 5000 years, Chinese, Egyptians, Greek, Tibetans and native Americans just to name a few. Stones and crystals were used for healing and to enhance power of kings queens and other world leaders.
Color affects the body in many ways:
In the womb the eyes started out as part of the endocrine system and brain. As we develop and grow the different parts of the eyes stay connected to the different glands so by looking at different colors it stimulates the glandular secretion that affects the glands assigned to different functions of the body. For an example: Looking at the color blue stimulates the thyroid and that affect your heart, bones, hair and reproductive organs.
KNOWHOW COLORFULFOOD BOOSTUP YOURENERGY
Signifies the lower chakras; the sexual organs.
It is blood food ,physical, sensual and warming.
Radishes, Strawberries, Cherries, Meat, Cayenne & Red Peppers,
Tomatoes,Beet , Watermelon
ORANGE AND YELLOW
Aid digestion in the intestines and stomach, relieving gas and head- aches . It is a radiant energy, full of the sun’s glory and is very cheerful. These foods can loosen mucous and calcium deposits in the body.
Oranges, Pumpkins, Apricots, Peaches, Mangos, Melons, Carrots,
Mandarins, Cantaloupes, Yams, Lemons, Pineapples, Melons, Bananas, Eggs, Olive Oil, YellowPeppers, Grapefruit, Corn
Is the heart color and is full of love and peace. It is significant in growing and balance and can help with all emotional problems.
Avocados, Broccoli, Cucumber, Green Salads, Peas, Artichokes,
Beans, Brussel Sprouts
Is connected with lungs and is link between the heaven and earth . Fresh air and proper breath controls the nerves.
Blueberries, Plums, Bramble Berries, Asparagus, Potatoes
Is inspiring and spiritual food for the mind. It is for meditation and tranquility . It is etheric, electric and full of light.
Eggplant, Broccoli, Grapes, Purple Onions, Currents, Prunes
Add colors to your life and live life kingsize.
(This information does not substitute for professional medical advice and care)