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Feng Shui: Color Your Way to Good Health

Use the power of hue to optimize healing

Feng Shui practitioners associate each part of the body with a particular color. If you're suffering from a nagging ache or pain, check this list to find which colors can bring relief. You can draw on the healing power of color through your diet, dress and decor. The more you focus on a therapeutic color, the easier it will be to enjoy optimal health. 

Black

Still, absorbing black dispels anxiety. Use this color if you're suffering from insomnia, high blood pressure or stomach pain. Black can also ease inflammations, and can be used to good effect if you have a burn, rash or infection. Feng Shui practitioners associate the ears with black, so any problem with your ears or hearing can be treated with this color.

Brown

Brown is the color of stability. Draw on the healing power of this color if you have wild mood swings. This color can also be helpful if you have diabetes, as it will help regulate your digestion of sugar and output of insulin. Feng Shui associates the color brown with the reproductive organs, so you can use this color if you are coping with a STD, yeast infection or sexual dysfunction

Purple

A powerful combination of invigorating red and soothing blue/purple can restore equilibrium to your body. It is a good color to draw upon if you suffer from epilepsy or chemical imbalances. Feng Shui links the skeletal system with this color, so if you're suffering from hip dysplasia, back pain or scoliosis, you can benefit from purple. Blue Blue is the color of release. Integrate generous splashes of this color into your life if you want to release a grudge or need to get something off your chest. This color also has the power to refresh your body after extended periods of work, and is perfect for people who are hyperactive. In Feng Shui circles, blue is associated with the thyroid gland. Whether you have an overactive or sluggish thyroid, blue can bring balance to this part of your body

Green

A stimulating combination of refreshing blue and clarifying yellow/green promotes growth. It, therefore, should not be used if you're a cancer patient -- when you want to inhibit cell growth. Green should be used if you have anemia, low sperm count or broken bones, because it speeds healing with health problems that require increased cell production. Feng Shui links the feet with this color, so you can also benefit from green if you have athlete's foot, plantar warts, bunions, corns or calluses.

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