The effect of colours on human

The effect of colours on human

The main characteristic in our planet is light and colours. Nature offers us, throughout the year, a rich palette of colours that please our senses. Have you ever wondered which effect all these colours have on us? What is their role for this planet and human beings?

Newton concluded with the refraction of light through prism that colours are not alternations of light but the genuine ingredients of white light. White light is actually consisted of coloured light.

Modern Physics accepts that we are surrounded by electromagnetic waves of energy (which travel with 186000 miles per second) and colours are a part of these waves. The visible spectrum is consisted of the colours of the rainbow.

The retina of the eye has three kinds of colour receptors in cone shape. Through 6-7000000 such cones we can see the different colours.

There are cones for short wave lengths which absorb blue light, for middle wave lengths which absorb green light and long wave lengths which absorb red light. When we receive a wave length in-between, then a combination of cones is activated.

Each colour is measured in circles or waves and has a special quality.

The wave lengths of light affect our brain, the pineal gland, which seems to be an adjustor for the deliberation of different neurotransfers, sending messages inside the brain and deliberating hormones.

There have been studies in different medical teams, showing the different effect of the wave of light in emotions, behavior and growth.

The main principle in Colour Therapy is that the correct use of the vibration of colour leads to the goal, while an incorrect vibration leads to the wrong direction.