Color Can Sway The Way We Feel And Influence How We Act.
Each holographic discs from Miracle Balance is distinctive in utilizing a mathematical color vortex which allows the body to retrieve the color as it communicates through the body’s acupuncture meridians to achieve balance, harmony, and influence the body for better health.
April 8, 2007 –
Color plays a vitally important role in the world in which we live. Color can sway thinking, change actions, and cause reactions. It can irritate or soothe your eyes, raise your blood pressure or suppress your appetite,” Color Matters.com.
The science of color is often called chromatics. It includes the perception of color by the human eye and brain, the origin of color in materials, and the physics of electromagnetic radiation – light.
Color is the portion of electromagnetic radiation in the form of light wavelengths visible to the human eye ranging from 380 to 700 nm.
Using color research, so readily available today, the holographic discs stores color information and provides playback potential to the body to achieve the desired effect. For example the color lavender is soothing and can help with REM Sleep™, while light blue is an appetite suppressant used in Weight Suppress™.
A Brighter Workout
Some trainers swear that each color–part of the spectrum of light, or energy–can affect your workout. Experts are just now studying this one, but it can’t hurt to slip on a bright sports tank. Red is thought to boost heart rate and energy, says Christina Leon, creator of the Colorgize fitness method, which incorporates color and lights into gym classes. We utilize the red spectrum in our Energy™ discs.
Colors are more than a combination of red, blue, and yellow in that they have symbolism and meaning as well as the ability to create a physical reaction. Direct links on The Meaning of Color and the History of Color Theory.
Sir Isaac Newton
The first color wheel was invented by Sir Isaac Newton, 1671. He was the first to identify light as the source of color. He divided white sunlight into red, orange, yellow, green, blue, indigo, and violet. Newton associated each color with a note of a musical scale.
Johann Wolfgang Goethe
A century after Newton, Johann Wolfgang Goethe began studying psychological effect of colors. He noticed that blue gives a feeling of coolness and yellow has a warming effect. Goethe created a color wheel showing the psychological effect of each color. He divided all the colors into two groups – the plus side (from red through orange to yellow) and the minus side (from green through violet to blue). Colors of the plus side produce excitement and cheerfulness. Colors of the minus side are associated with weakness and unsettled feelings.
The current form of color theory was developed by Johannes Itten, an art theorist who was teaching at the School of Applied Arts in Weimar, Germany. This Itten developed ‘color chords’ and modified the color wheel basing it on red, yellow, and blue colors as the primary colors and including twelve hues.
Sarah Van Arsdale
Sarah Van Arsdale in her paper, “The Art of Color” wrote that Itten’s color wheel took into consideration the subjective feeling that’s associated with objective color, and the psychic and emotional values of colors. Today, we’re used to saying that “blue is cold” for example; each time we do, we should perhaps credit Itten and his color theory. “Color is life, for a world without color seems dead. As a flame produces light, light produces color. As intonation lends color to the spoken word, color lends spiritually realized sound to form,” according to Itten.
The colors incorporated in the proprietary holographic Data Disc™ are concentrated information and by using state-of-the-art technology this information is layered onto each hologram. Combining traditional Chinese medicine of acupuncture placement with the Data Disc™, it creates the desired effect: deeper sleep, greater energy, weight loss or pain relief.
Each Data Disc™ stores a large amount of readily available information in addition to color, carefully formulated, to provide the body with the resources it needs to activate the body’s meridians thereby helping to achieve harmony, balance, and influence the body for better health.