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Alchemy of Colour

Healing Drapes

Colour Therapy is a subtle energy healing technique that is about keeping the body and emotions in balance.

Barbara has been working with people for over thirty years to balance and realign their energy centres and clear toxic emotional energy. Barbara also makes a range of hand painted silk drapes which can be worn to provide people with feelings of security and nurturing so that then they can then process any toxic emotions they need to work on. Barbara has travelled the world teaching colour therapy, giving colour therapy healing and selling her hand made drapes, which have brought joy to hundreds of people. Now you can buy her drapes here from her online shop.
Colour is a rich and wonderous experience and one that we have as our most early life memory.

Throughout history humans have used colour to heal themselves and others.

Colour Therapy can transform toxic emotions. There are energetic vibrations surrounding the body, which can be seen as two layers of colour. This is where energetically we store our emotions. Energy healers recognise these layers as the Emotional layers.
It is within these layers that Colour Therapy has a vital effect on the body’s energetics. As these layers ‘store’ emotional information, both positive and negative, applying or channelling colour to the layers can move any toxic energy accumulated by life experience, and assist the clearing and more healthy circulation of the energy around the body. This circulating energy directly reflects the healthy inner body.
I make Personal Healing Drapes for individuals according to their numerology. There is a personal message that comes through for the person when I make it. I use a shamanic rattle which comes from Huichol people of Mexico.
December 2004 “I received your package with delight and when I opened the plastic and my drape swept across my skin for the first time, I was filled with an intense joy that emanated from my soul star outward then through every particle of my being and beyond. Never had I felt anything close to ‘it’. An endorphin rush to be sure! Wow! I cried! So very beautiful and your message was in inspiration to me.” Candice

Light is Energy and Colour is Light

Colour is part of the electromagnetic spectrum and it is how we perceive light. For humans the pineal gland ,which is situated deep between the two hemispheres of the brain, acts as a light meter for the body, receiving light activated information through the hypothalamus. Hormonal messages are then sent out and the body responds accordingly. When we are in the light or see bright colours we FEEL really good. These hormonal messages have a powerful effect on our mind and our body. This is caused not only by the light but also by 'the memory of the light' Our memory of colour is built from life experiences .
Colour connects us to our Emotions, Nature and Culture.
Colour connects us to Our Emotions.
Our language is littered with colour connections to emotions.
Red with rage.
Feeling blue.
Green with envy.
I am constantly hearing people connect feelings to their perception of colour.
” I don’t feel like wearing that colour today” or
“That colour makes me feel uncomfortable or”
I love that colour it makes me feel calm”.
Colour connects us to Nature.
From birth we have had exposure to the blue of the sky, the turquoise of the ocean, the green of the trees, yellow of the sun, the violet of the night sky and so on.
When we see colour we are reminded of the formative experiences built up over our lifetimes in seeing nature.
Indigenous communities view the rainbow as a powerful archetype capable of facilitating change
Colour connects us to our Culture.
In our lives we experience colour through the filter of our culture and how the people we associate with, view colour.
Red in China denotes happiness and celebration
Red in Australian Aboriginal Culture denotes sacredness and ceremony/ blood.
Red in political circles denotes assertiveness and power.
White in Western Culture stands for virginity and the hygiene of hospitals.
White in Eastern culture is symbolic of death and dying.