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our color-coded guide to chromotherapy
Chromotherapy, or color therapy, is the science of the seven colors on the light spectrum. It works on various energy points to restore balance to the body and provide physical, emotional and/or mental healing. Color and light have been an integral part of healing therapy for thousands of years, tracing back to roots in Ayurveda, ancient Egyptian culture, and traditional Chinese healing. Light therapy has been used as a tool for alleviating headaches, allergies, insomnia, digestion, arthritis, nausea, and more. Our 'Chromatherapy Color Guide' below identifies each color's superpower.
When it comes to what we put in our bodies, inhaling is just as important as ingesting. This especially applies to the candles we burn. A quality candle not only means clean air, but also a clean conscience. If you're wondering what to look for in clean-burning, nontoxic candles, look no further than Charleston-based candle company, Scentervention.
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4 beginner-friendly meditation apps
Meditation has long been known for its powerful effects on the body and mind. Recent studies are proving that meditating regularly can decrease anxiety and depression and improve memory, concentration, and the longevity of brain function. It also enhances immune function and helps fight illness. Meditation creates a safe space that is capable of completely shifting our perspective, as well as making a lasting impact on our mental and physical health.
The environment we surround ourselves in can have quite the influence on our state of mind. This holds especially true for those of us who find ourselves merging our living and working spaces into one. If you’re looking to add a sense of balance and serenity to your space, these tricks may just give you the ‘zen’ ambiance we all seek.
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