Archive for the ‘Color Therapy’ Category
I was able to experience Architects of Air this week. After buying my ticket I was a bit leary of entering because I am very claustrophobic. I waited in line and when I reached the entrance we all were required to take off our shoes. I’m happy I wore socks because I’m a bit of a germaphobe, too.
Upon entering the weird pod world, every reservation that I may have had about being inside a large blowup structure disappeared. The amazing colors and odd shapes of the interior put me in a strange state of mind. I felt like it was a cross between Logan’s Run and a land that Dr. Suess created. The mysterious music put me in a mello mood.
As I walked around, I kept getting lost in the chambers of amazing blended colors and graphic lines. I sat/lied down as many of my other fellow aesthetes were doing. I looked up and I was consumed in color and sound. I really enjoyed my experience in this maze of subtle hues and tunnels of vibrant colors.
Begin by getting comfortable and doing breathing exercises or whatever you do to clear your mind and calm yourself.
Breathe in and fill yourself with each breath with a specific color of the spectrum, visualizing it as brighter and brighter each time (not lighter; by brighter, I mean more intense)
Fill your mind with these colors as you breathe:
Red, Orange, Yellow, Green, Blue, Indigo (bluish-purple) and violet.
Go through these colors at whatever pace feels comfortable to you.
Play relaxing music to let you mind float into color meditation.