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Continued History of Colour Therapy

Continued History of Colour Therapy

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Published by Yvette Dislins
How colour therapy evolved
How colour therapy evolved

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Published by: Yvette Dislins on Jan 31, 2013
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Continued History of Colour Therapy.
Ancient Egyptians-
In 1500BC the Egyptians used colour therapy cures, which were listed onpapyrus, and the
Ancient Chinese –
( around 2000 years ago)The Chinese also used colour therapy as part of theircures.Their Colour therapy was one of the nine basic ‘cures’ applied in Feng Shui, theChinese art of divination and directing energy (qi) to create conditions that areconducive to health, happiness and good fortune. Some basic concepts aboutdifferent colours.
He discovered that light travelled in waves.
Plato Pythagoras
They both did various studies on lights.
Paracelsus -
During the Middle Ages, he reintroduced the knowledge and philosophy of colourusing the power of the colour rays for healing along with music and herbs.Unfortunately, the poor man was hounded throughout Europe and ridiculed forhis work. Most of his manuscripts were burnt, but now he is thought of, by many,to be one of the greatest doctors and healers of his time. A man, it would seem,very much ahead of his time. Not only do we now use Colour Therapy onceagain, but, his other ideas, using herbs and music in healing, can also be seenreflected in many of the complementary therapies now quite commonplace.

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