Color Therapy

by Cynthia Bischoff on March 28, 2015

imageMany of us are affected by the colors around us—either positively or negatively. The eyes are the sense organs that allow color to enter the body, yet methods of chromotherapy (color therapy), a form of energy therapy used in different cultures, is based on the idea that color enters the body through the eyes as well as the skin. It is believed that light and color affect our environment and also our bodies.

The science behind color therapy is that the universe is a magnetic field full of positive and negative charges of vibration. Each color’s vibrational wavelength is different and has varying therapeutic values that affect our organs. Different colors can relax and also stimulate a person’s body, mind, and spirit. Here are a few examples of effects of color:

  • Yellow: energizing and uplifting; encourages positive feelings and calms tension;
  • Red: stimulating and strengthening for the body;
  • Purple: balancing for mental and nervous imbalances; spiritual association;
  • Blue: calming and cool, inspires inner peace; gives a sense of security;
  • Green: harmonizing; the color of nature that connects us to the Earth.

In color therapy, it is believed that when colors enter the body as light, they have an effect on the overall health and well-being of our chakras, organs, and meridians. Find ways to incorporate color therapy into your wardrobe, home and/or work decor, and change the way you feel!


Love Is In The Air

by Cynthia Bischoff on March 21, 2015

imageWe came into this world to learn to love and to know that we are love, and nothing is perhaps more powerful than heart connections. Yet intimate relationships can be complex and require attention if two people are to grow together into more intimate union and love.

Delve deeper into relationships by attending a new one-day Heartliving workshop, “Power & Love.” During this wonderful and powerful day we’ll cover topics including:

  • Relationship dynamics and types of partners
  • Elemental love styles
  • Why we often choose whom we do
  • Issues of co-dependency
  • How our wounds and coping mechanisms are formed
  • Boundary setting
  • Asking for what we need in a relationship

This incredible “eye-opening” material is a must for understanding yourself in all your relationships!

“Power and Love,” taught by Dr. Cynthia Bischoff, will be held on May 30, 2015, from 9 a.m. – 5 p.m., at the Virginia Beach Resort Hotel & Conference Center on the Chesapeake Bay!

Ready to Live and Love more deeply? Register Now!



A More Healthy You

March 14, 2015

Are you at ease in your body? It is believed that the more at ease you are in your body–that is, the more you treat it with respect and care–the more at ease you’ll be in your life. The state of your body and your connection to movement and peace often closely reflect the state […]

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Symbols in Everyday Life

March 7, 2015

The world abounds with symbols. Some are universal and others unique to certain cultures. Symbols are profound expressions of our intellect, emotions, and spirit. A symbol can represent deep intuitive wisdom that eludes direct expression, and symbols can be found in our dreams certainly, but also in our waking state. It is helpful to observe […]

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