What is Colored Light Therapy?

Colored Light Therapy, also known as Esogetic Colorpuncture,™ originated by German Scientist and Naturopathic Physician, Dr. Peter Mandel. For over 50 years, Dr. Mandel researched and documented more than 800,000 case studies to create the therapies used today.

 

The individual and their well-being are the focal points of a Light Therapy Session. A person is seen and treated as a whole, not a part or a symptom. The Mind (Information), Soul/Spirit (Energy) and Body (Matter) create the whole.

Dr. Peter Mandel believes the whole exists in each part.

Biophysicist and inventor of the Biophoton Theory, Dr. Fritz Albert Popp, states, “The function of our entire metabolism is dependent on light...and man is a being of light. In terms of healing, the implications are immense: that quanta of light can initiate, or arrest cascade-like reactions in the cells and that genetic cellular damage can be virtually repaired within hours, by faint beams of light."

How Light Therapy Works

During Light Therapy, hand held light tools focus Infra Red (IR), Ultraviolet (UV) or colored light on the skin. The skin absorbs the light's information. Healing begins as the light is absorbed through our energetic and physical bodies. 

  • Light is considered not only energy but information

  • Cells utilize light to communicate

  • Light travels at different wavelength frequencies 

  • Different colors have different wavelengths

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