COLOR AND YOUR HEALTH
by Dr. Lawrence Wilson
© October 2019, LD Wilson Consultants, Inc.
All information in this article is only the opinion of the author and is for educational purposes only. It is not for the diagnosis, prescription, treatment or cure of any disease or health condition.
I. CLOTHING COLORS
For the safest and fastest healing and development, wear light-colored clothing and as much as possible be around light-colored environments. For clothing, white or very close to white is best.
This principle applies not only to your clothing. It also applies to furniture, electrical equipment, kitchen equipment, countertops, appliances such as refrigerators and stoves, beds, desks, and even floors.
REASONS WHY LIGHT COLORS ARE BETTER
The six reasons are:
1. Absorbing. Dark colors worn on the body absorb energies from those around you. In almost all cases, this is harmful because most people are not radiating good energy.
Dark-colored surfaces of all kinds also absorb and hold more negative energy. Light-colored surfaces and clothing reflect most energies directed at them.
2. Toxicity. Dark-colored dyes used to make dark clothing and dark-colored surfaces are more toxic than white and light-colored dyes used to make light-colored clothing and other surfaces.
A white color is usually made by bleaching fabrics, which does not leave any chemical residue in the fabric. Bleaching is a process of mixing the fabric or dye with oxygen, which lightens its color.
Dark dyes usually contain iron, manganese and certain other metals in biounavailable forms. They are oxides that we call the ‘amigos’. They are all toxic, and not best worn against the skin or anywhere else.
3. Hiding problems. Few are aware of a serious problem on earth involving placing tags and other devices on your body and in your home. Those who do this are the Rogues. They are experts at micro-nano electronics.
They usually wish to slow down your development or do other damage to your body and brain. They have a much easier time hiding poisons and devicees when the clothing and other surfaces in the home or office are darker in color. They are also the ones responsible for a lot of the dark-colored clothing and equipment on earth.
4. Cleanliness. Dirt and grime are much more difficult to see on dark surfaces. As a result, one tends to wash clothing, furniture and other surfaces less often when their color is darker.
5. Invisibility. Dark colors make you more invisible. This is why some who are overweight wear dark colors so as not to attract as much attention to the body.
However, we are here to be the light of the world, and not to be invisible. We do not think that wearing light-colored clothing is more dangerous for women, provided it is not see-through.
6. Yin. Black and other dark colors are more yin than white and lighter colors. Yin is a word in the Chinese language that refers to a quality of particles of matter.
Yin refers to slower moving particles of matter. This produces a colder, darker, and today a much less healthy result because all of the bodies are already too yin due to environmental pollution, electromagnetic stress and other factors.
It is best to be surrounded by a more yang environment, including the color of one’s clothing. This is not as important as the yin or yang quality of one’s food, but it is still a factor in health.
BLACK CLOTHING IS WORST, BUT ANY DARK COLOR IS NOT AS GOOD
It is best to get rid of all dark-colored objects, clothing, and even shoes. We think you will find life will improve when you do this. We know this is a hardship for some people, but it is the recommendation.
At this time, some objects such as stereo equipment and even computers are fashionably black or dark in color. We hope this will change soon, as there is no reason why the colors need to be dark.
PROBLEMS WITH LIGHT COLORED CLOTHING
Cleanliness. Light-colored clothing and surfaces are more difficult to keep clean. Dirt simply shows more. We do not think this is a problem, however, but just a fact and one that tends to make one clean more often.
See-through. Light-colored clothing needs to be thicker than dark-colored clothing in order not to be somewhat transparent or transluscent. Once again, we do not see this as a problem, and in fact is often less sexy, which is good. Thicker clothing will also weigh a little more, which is not too important.
Visibility. Light colors are easier to see and make for a brighter person and a brighter home. Some people do not like this. However, it is not really a problem at all and one will get used to the brightness.
II. COLORS OF BODILY DISCHARGES DURING DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMS
During a development program, we have observed eliminations of metals, chemicals, medical drugs and parasites by many routes. These include through the urine, feces, bile, sweat, tongue, ears, nose, scalp, the vagina or penis, the skin, and the fingernails.
Here is a brief explanation of common colors of discharges.
Black. Often this is an elimination of iron or manganese, which have a black color when oxidized. Digested blood is also black, and sometimes a person will eliminate this, usually in the feces if there has been bleeding in the upper intestines.
Red. Nickel, in some forms, has a reddish color. Iron and copper also have reddish colors, in some forms and these may come out on the skin or elsewhere in boils or other discharges.
Fresh blood, especially if it is well-oxygenated, is also a bright red color. Blood that is less well-oxygenated is a purplish color.
Yellow shades. Some infections produce toxins that are yellow. These are common, for example, in discharges from the lungs and bronchial tubes. Yeasts are sometimes a yellowish color, although they can also be a cream color. Mucus can be yellowish, as well.
Green. Bile is a bright emerald green color. Sometimes this shows up in vomit, for example, or in the stool when the body eliminates a lot of bile quickly.
Infections in the sinuses, lungs and bronchial tubes also often produce greenish mucus, which can be a dark or light green depending on the severity of the infection and the type of infection.
Copper oxide is a green or teal color. Think of the statue of liberty in New York and other brass structures, that have a greenish tint to them. I once saw a greenish tint on a person’s eyeglasses that was due to a copper elimination.
Brown. Some infections produce brownish mucus or discharges. Partially digested blood or dried blood can be a brown color, as well.
Silvery. Eliminations of aluminum, and perhaps eliminations of other metals such as zinc or cadmium can produce a silvery discharge. Lead elimination can produce a grayish silvery discharge, as well.
Blue. Two centuries ago, wealthy people often ate on silver plates and used silver forks, knives and spoons to eat on. This was a status symbol, but it also reduced infection. They were nicknamed “the bluebloods”, and the term is still used today to describe wealthy people. The term referred to the fact that ingesting ionic silver (not colloidal silver) tends to cause a buildup of silver in the skin, and it turns the skin a slightly bluish color.
Medical drugs are of all colors, and often contain artificial colors to give the pills a more pleasant appearance. Many of these drugs and coloring agents do not biodegrade inside the body. Some will come out of the body during a development program. When this occurs, they can turn the urine, the stool, the sweat or other discharges almost any color.
Parasitic organisms. These are often a color similar to flesh, in my experience. They are sometimes very difficult to distinguish from simply an elimination of intestinal lining, for example. Some are a whitish or brownish color, as well.