Medicine for Menopause
Color affects the mind, body and spirit. People are affected psychologically and
physically by different colored light. Color healers work with the principles of colors to
bring about effective healing.
There are no standard color therapy protocols for dealing with menopause. The therapy
may take the form of light shone on the unclothed body, colored silk squares worn next to
the skin or colored clothing/underwear, all in turquoise and magenta to help with balance.
Magenta is the link between red (energy) and violet (healing) and may
help to calm hot flushes that a woman may be suffering.
Poor concentration may be improved by yellows as this is a good
stimulator and balancer of the nervous system and mental processes.
The following colors are chosen by color therapists:
Blue is a cooling, soothing color used to increase vitality and
energy. It helps relieve menstrual difficulties and nervous irritability.
Yellow, the color of joy, helps to soothe the emotions and relieve
depression. It is used for mental fatigue and for stimulating activity.
Green is the color of energy and youth. It stimulates the nervous
system and soothes the emotions. It is used to treat exhaustion, irritability,
sleeplessness and nervous disorders.
A variety of techniques are used by color therapists to expose the patient to the color
such as direct light, gems, jewelry, perfume, clothing and colored glass. You may also
meditate on colors and eat the appropriately colored foods.
|Blue foods include plums, grapes and blueberries. Blue metals
and chemicals include copper, lead, oxygen and tin.|
|Yellow foods include bananas, banana squash, eggs, yellow cheese,
yellow com, yellow sweet potatoes, pineapples, lemons, grapefruit and butter. Yellow
metal and chemicals include platinum and magnesium.|
|Green foods include green vegetables, peas, beans and lentils. Green
metal and chemicals include barium, chlorophyll, nickel and sodium.|
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