Color with its special electromagnetic resonance – the wavelengths and frequencies – essentially affect us, whether we are aware of it or not. All present colors in our environment are ceaselessly transmiting electromagnetic radiation. We are constantly exposed to the colorful phenomena of nature: the blue sea and sky , green forests and fields, red-orange colors of the sun at sunrise and sunset… On the other side, we have colors of all objects from our enviroment which are surrounding us.
Many ancient civilizations, including Egyptian and Chinese, practiced the chromotherapy, healing with colors or specific types of light. That’s the reason to name it as light therapy or colorology and today it refers to holistic method of alternative medicine. Although people perceive colors in a subjective way, certain actions of colors have universal meaning.
Colors in the red part of the spectrum are known as hot and include red, orange and yellow.
Warm colors evoke a range of emotions from the feeling of warmth and comfort, to the anger and animosity.
Color blue of the spectrum are the other known as cold and include a blue, purple and green. They are often described as a discomfort, but also call upon and encourage feelings of sadness or indifference.