In addition to the rose-colored glasses of the title of this article, beware of other colored lenses. They are fine for fashion’s sake and in some cases, can relieve eye strain if you spend much time on a computer, or in bright sunlight or working in areas lit with fluorescent lighting. They may, however, do you some harm if worn continually.
Everyone has, surely, heard of those who go through life wearing rose-colored glasses in the proverbial sense. These are the annoying types who would fall into a pool of sharks and look for oysters bearing pearls. Those who would be the ones to push them into the tank can take perverse glee in the fact that these infernal optimists are over-dosing on the effects that the frequency of that color have on the human body. If the shade is leaning more toward magenta (528 Hz in the light spectrum), their DNA is undergoing changes. The closer the color gets to actual red, the longer the wavelength, the lower the frequency, yet the ongoing wearing of colored lenses (which also applies in the case of colored contacts) perpetuates whatever the results are. If these would normally be beneficial, think of it along the lines of eating way too much ice cream. A proper dose of whatever healing rays are needed is important to determine when a person is deliberately undergoing treatment by either Dinshah methods or other light spectrum healing. Overdosing with light frequencies is just as wrong as by any other modality.
In the case of using light frequencies for their healing effects, the dosage (length of exposure) is just as important as the frequency itself. Consider the results when you are exposed to ultraviolet rays (A or B)–sunburn, possible skin cancer. Other color frequencies have their own bearing on health as well, being part of the same spectrum. In the case of magenta, as mentioned above, it is considered highly beneficial for healing. The ancient use of Solfeggio frequencies attributed this tone to the “mi” note (Ah! Special for Michiganders, perhaps?) and used it for many transformations of health afflictions, even what they considered miracles. Today, it is often used in meditation by many people who wish to calm themselves, lower blood pressure, and heal within their very core beings. If, instead of careful use of this or other frequencies of light, you constantly expose yourself to their stimulation night and day, think of how this would work on your body. Do you want to go around like a zombie, perhaps, or like someone who is glazed, dazed and not really alert to what’s going on around you? (Come to think of it, that sounds like a perfect description of those labeled as looking at the world through rose-colored glasses, doesn’t it?)
Should you wish to explore the workings of light and color-based healing, in not-far-from the Detroit area, a practitioner to contact is:
Karlta Zarley–210 Little Lake Dr., Suite 7, in Ann Arbor–734-433-9333
Photo: DNA strand, which could be repaired using 528 Hz; courtesy of Wikimedia Commons