Diversity of Natural Colors

Diversity of Natural Colors

Get out in nature where you have the full spectrum of light and color.  Colors are certain wavelengths of electro-magnetic energy seen through our eyes.

The colors of nature striking your retina and

being interpreted as colors by your brain. The color we see is the part of the visible spectrum that is reflected back by a certain object.

It has been known for eons of time that color plays a major role in setting up a particular mood or state of mind. Color does affect one’s feelings, moods, and emotions.

Light is energy, and what your body needs to be healthy is exposure to a diverse assortment of those energy wavelengths. That’s

why looking at all the various colors of flowers, plants and animals is, by itself, a healing experience. It

also stimulates the brain to become more active and more intelligent.

 

Spending more time in nature allows your brain to explore a more diverse natural reality, causing it to

function at a higher cognitive level.   Dull people, in contrast, tend to spend a lot of time indoors where

the scenery never changes.

“In the near future, we shall become the next race of men/women. AT that time we shall operate upon mental energy, magnetic energy, sun energy. Scalpels and chemical agents will no longer be necessary.” The Tibetan, Alice Bailey’s teacher.

Color Therapy, now called Chromotherapy,  was written about as early at The Canon of Medicine written by the muslim scientist and physician Avicenna in 1025.   You know how enjoyable it is to see a field of colorful flowers. Its doing more good than simple relaxation for your body.   Just get out into nature and observe the variety of colors and notice how you enjoy them all.

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