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Ms. L is a vegetarian, age 53, with many fats in her blood. Her red blood cells
were stuck together (Figure 15). Within ten minutes under Magenta light, her
red blood became less connected, more fast-moving, and less fatty (Figures
16a and 16b). The release of enzymes in the digestive tract and in the blood
improved the situation. Her energy level has also improved noticeably, according
to Ms. L.
Ms. J is a client with a pre-diabetic condition, according to her medical
doctor. On 6/24/06, a blood sample was taken. Rouleau and chylous was
seen (Figure 17). After a Magenta light source, another sample was
taken. Many improvements were seen (Figure 18). On 6/27/06, Ms. J fasted,
and the experiment started with Magenta shown in her eyes. A blood
slide was taken, and the results looked good. After shinning the Magenta
on the slides, the blood on the slide improved. Ms. J's blood
was tested after three light sources: Magenta, Blue/Green, and Blue.
The live blood and dried improved greatly. We then shone the light
on the slides with Blue light, and the blood on the slides was even
more improved. Ms. J goes to the gym a few days a week and has reported
an increase in energy levels after only using Magenta for ten to 20
minutes per session.
We know that color affects emotions and feelings. Ms. J. kept a diary of her
emotional responses to the colors. She had some interesting comments about
the colors and the responses they had on her. Her comments about Magenta
was "strong, powerful, penetrating…a thick color that I can open
up to it, feels visceral…I can see the colors that it is made up of
and allow them to flow into me…the substance of the colors entering
my cells and body…plus it's a great color in and of itself. There
were bright crescents on edges; a flattened mushroom with little cracks,
very round on the edges and developing a lot of orange at edges and at the
center. It looked like a pink balloon and let it all go." Green was
explained as "slippery and evasive – difficult to concentrate
on; eyes kept crossing – could not get a sense of Green's components
and relax with it…when I used the visualization and forgot about the
color itself it was easier." With Blue, she felt "light, heady
and floaty…easy to allow in and a pleasure to look at and be with;
felt very secure and lovely to look at and be surrounded by it." Violet
made her feel "as if energy was going into her stomach, like an attack
but not malevolent but disturbing; shaking up intestines; felt like chocking
[sic]me up, sinuses were closing; feeling strong vibrations inside the organs,
coming into mid-section and radiating throughout my body."
With the use of Applied Kinesiology, her positive colors were Indigo, Red,
Magenta, Purple, Yellow, and Orange. The negative colors were Violet (somewhat
weak), Green, Lemon, Scarlet, Turquoise, and Blue.
LUPUS & DIABETES TYPE
Ms. S. is a client with Lupus and type 2 diabetes. With a fast, her
blood live and dried samples were taken. The samples were placed
under Blue/Magenta, and her blood improvements were positive on the
HIGH BLOOD PRESSURE
Ms. G is a high blood pressure (HBP) client. The colors used on 6/29/06
were Lemon, Indigo, and Magenta. Do psychosomatic issues come to the
surface with Indigo and especially Magenta? She fasted and did not
take any of her medications. The early AM blood pressure (BP) was 160/94.
Here, live blood looked good. After looking at Lemon for seven minutes,
her BP was reduced to 154/94. Her live blood moved faster and had few
sticky red blood cells. After seven minutes on Indigo, her BP remained
the same while the live blood was stickier and did not flow. With Magenta,
her BP increased to 164/104. The live blood had increased Rouleau and
increased fats and was thick. Could this be a repercussion of releasing
repressed emotions? At 5:30 PM, we took her BP after she had taken
her BP medications. The BP was 146/88. With the results from the morning,
Applied Kinesiology showed her acceptance to Orange, Green, Purple,
Yellow, Lemon, Indigo, Magenta, and Blue. There was a negative reaction
to Red, Turquoise, Violet, and Scarlet. Her live blood looked good.
Orange was used for seven minutes, and her live blood was improved.
Her BP was still 146/88. Next, Lemon was used for seven minutes. Her
blood was much improved, and her BP was 140/88. At 7:30 AM the next
morning, with no food or medicine, her BP was 168/104. Her blood looked
as good as the evening before, even though she had eaten dinner. With
seven minutes under Lemon, her BP was 154/100, and her blood was good,
even though there was a release of chylous. The Lemon is assisting
the release or activation of sugar enzymes. The BP did not change dramatically
enough, and more study is needed. I believe an extended amount of time
is needed to see if any changes can be achieved.
Using color therapy via the eyes, we have seen many improvements
in the conditions we studied. No changes were made with the client's diet, supplements,
exercise, or other variables. We varied the exposure time with each of the
clients and feel that seven minutes seems to have shown positive results. By
using some modification to Mr. Dinshah's and Mr. Klotsche's documented
and recommended colors, we did find that people have different reactions, either
because we are using the eyes as input or because of other variables, like
mental, physical, or emotional issues. We have also seen "broadcast" energy
does affect the client's blood. The distances covered were ten to 15
feet up to a couple of miles. A few questions were brought up in this research
study. When muscle testing color on each individual, we did get results that
were different from those documented by Mr. Dinshah and Mr. Klotsche. For a
specific condition, a reversal of order of colors was need to get the client
to look at the color comfortably. An interesting side effect was that the colors
affected the sympathetic nervous system. The effect of color was discussed
in detail by Ms. J. The improved digestion was a result of the parasympathetic
system. Color therapy is an inexpensive, yet effective solution that can be
an alternative approach to healing. Many benefits have been seen in these studies,
and more studies are planned.
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Harold Steinberg DC, CCN, DACBN
St. Francis Chiropractic Health Center
1400 Maclovia St., STE. 1
Santa Fe, NM 87505
The St. Francis Health center offers chiropractic care, nutritional
consultation, microscopy, enzyme therapy, a full line of nutritional
herbal supplements, homeopathic therapy, laser and color therapy.
I thank all the participants in the study who devoted their time and
energy to produce an introductory study on light therapy. As the study
progressed, their interest levels increased as the results of their
participation were showing results. Many thanks are given to Sabine
Lucas, Ph.D. for introducing me to the theory of light therapy and
to Mr. Dinshah's work. Dr. Lucas's loan of her Dinshah
light therapy machine allowed me to learn about the work. Dr. Lucas
proofread the paper and made suggestions that were incorporated in
the final paper. Mr. Jay Dillon has been interested in light therapy
for many years. He formulated and developed the Chroma machine (see
figure 24) and allowed it to be used in the studies. Mr. Dillon implemented
the colors used during the testing. He also was instrumental in discussing
the use of the eyes as a light entry source. We discussed the effects
the light had when received upon the retina. We also discussed the
involvement of the cranial nerves and their communication possibilities.
One of Mr. Dillon's goals is to introduce phototherapy, i.e.,
color therapy, into the modern workplace space for greater ease and
wellbeing. Mr. Dillon holds several patents in the phototherapy area
of study. He can be reached at:
EyeOasis LLC - manufacturer of the Chroma light
21 Big Tesuque Canyon
Jay Dillon - Owner
Santa Fe, NM 87506
www.chromalightactivator.com & www.eyeoasis.com
Figure 24 – "CHROMA" Light Machine
[Author's Note: Based on the article by Kendric
C. Smith, PhD, "Laser
(and LED) Therapy Is Phototherapy" (Photomedicine
and Laser Surgery.
2005;23 (1): 78-80), here are the important factors for experiment
1. The client was three feet away from the CHROMA
screen while staring at the colors.
2. When a blood sample slide was placed in front of the color light,
it was at a ten-degree angle and one foot away from the screen.
3. The colors and wavelengths used at different phases of the study
were as follows:
a. Dark Red 695 nm (nanometers)
b. Red 660 nm
c. Orange 605 nm
d. Yellow green 565 nm
e. Green 525 nm
f. Blue 470 nm
g. Dark Blue 430 nm
h. Purple 405 nm
The intensity values are as follows: the brighter
white LEDs are 10 CA/LED, while the dark red LEDs are 20 MCA/LED.
There is a one-quarter-inch clear plastic diffuser covering the
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