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Monochromatic Light Therapy Super Colours of the Future

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Uploaded on Apr 9, 2010

These colours are sparkling in strength like butterflies or scarabs due to the fact that they are absolutely pure without any secondary additions. They are technically speaking monochromatic or one-coloured a key property they have in common with laser light. Being exact carriers of information they have very pronounced therapeutic qualities and herein lie the main advantages of modern colour treatments.

Monochromatic colour stimulation provides an excellent antidote to the stress inducing pace of modern professional life. For all those who want to experience the soothing joys of deep relaxation coupled with copious visual extravaganza. Irradiation with super specific light proves a most efficient method for advanced educational purposes and extraordinary personal achievements.

Presenter: Karl Ryberg, Stockholm / Sweden

Karl Ryberg received university degrees both as an architect and as a psychologist. His work and research eventually came to focus on how human beings are affected by light and colour. He has studied light therapy with Ronald Beesley at the College of Psychotherapeutics in England, and laser biology with Professor Tina Karu at the Russian Academy of Sciences in Moscow. Therapy with blind patients made him study and practice the invisible art of perfumery.
In Stockholm he runs a professional light institute where visitors and students are instructed in colour therapy. For 25 years, patients have been visiting the laboratory to receive treatments with coloured light. For this purpose he constructed powerful holographic light projectors with laser like properties. His Monocrom light domes have been exported to England, Norway, Denmark, Switzerland, Austria, Germany, France, Spain, Australia, USA, South Africa, Malaysia and the Maldives.

Produced by Selim Özkan, Berlin

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