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Title Color Therapy General Purpose To inform the audience how different colors can affect our moods and help our health Specific Purpose To inform the audience what color therapy is and how we can use it too cure our emotional and physical unbalance Thesis Statement Color therapy also known as chromatherapy is based on the premise that certain colors are infused with healing energies The therapy uses the seven colors of the rainbow to promote balance and healing in the mind and body Andrews 23 Body of Contents Introduction We may feel blue on a dreary rainy Sunday afternoon We see red when an obnoxious driver cuts us off in traffic When we are in the pink nothing can stop us Believe it or not there may be something to those common sayings Main Ideas There have been many studies done about how various colors can be very depressing and some can be very enlivening some stimulate mental activity and some stimulate a sense of cheerfulness We do know that color affects our moods and affects physical aspects as well as emotional aspects of health says Ted Andrews author of How to Heal With Colour For example fast food restaurants often use the stimulating shades of red yellow and orange in their decor so that it will increase our appetite and hospitals and medical offices opt for calming blues and greens While you cant really prescribe certain colors to treat an illness say take two reds and call me in the morning you can use colors for varying length of time as a way of calming or stimulating our body Different colors promote different response For example red is a stimulating shade and can be used for unceasing blood flow while green is calming and soothes the nervous system Heres also an article that I read in HER WORLD magazine about how color therapy helped a pregnant
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