As I have been studying AOM, I have fallen in love with
pediatric AOM. I have previously blogged about Tui Na, but this
week, as an extension of explaining acupuncture, I'd like to write
I am still in the process of learning colorpuncture and have
only used it on pediatric cases. From my understanding,
colorpuncture is also referred to as color therapy, and is a method
of returning the body to harmony using lights. It is believed that
the body has either a deficiency or an excess of certain light, or
photons, at a cellular level. This deficiency or excess is causing
the body to create disease and/or disharmony and illness. By
placing specific colored lights on certain points on the body in a
specific sequence, it is believed and shown in various studies, to
replace or shift the cellular photons that were deficient or
excess, helping return the body to a state of healing.
The truest form of facilitating colorpuncture that I am aware of
is by using a light with colored crystals on the end. The
combination of the color of the light and vibration of the crystal
promotes a profound healing effect on the body. Personally, I have
not purchased the full colorpuncture set yet, but have found using
a color-changing flashlight works very well. I have used it on many
pediatric cases and had significant results. The effects of
colorpuncture continuously fascinate me.
In this week's pictures, I have some illustrations of pediatric
colorpuncture. Since I am using a flashlight, it looks different
than what a true colorpuncture wand looks like. There are many
forms of colorpuncture treatments, which allow many illnesses and
diseases to be affected. Many of these therapies use the same
points as acupuncture treatments.
In one of the pictures, I am placing the light on the umbilical
region, which is Ren 1. As you can see, the patient enjoyed the
treatment and even helped with the treatment. The patient even
started giving their stuffed animal a colorpuncture
Some of the areas I have seen the most profound results with
colorpuncture in pediatric cases are eczema, anxiety, night
terrors, autism, ADHD, colds, and flu. I have found it works very
well when combined with other AOM modalities as well. I am still
learning about colorpuncture and all that it is able to affect, but
so far, I'm rather amazed by its abilities!
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