Color Therapy Tool


  1. Prepare filter – Cut the filter and place it on the washer (I used gorilla glue)
  2. Wrap the crystal with the bandage tape (to cushion it and make it wide enough to fit into the 1/2″ copper pipe securely.
  3. assemble the tool components in the following order:
    • 3/4 in. Copper Coupling Fitting with Stop
    • 3/4″ copper pipe (the minimum length should be as long as the flashlight)
    • Insert color filter washer into the 3/4″ x 1/2″ reducer before attaching the reducer to the 3/4″ copper pipe
    • Insert small piece of 1/2″ copper pipe into the reducer (mine measured 2″)
    • Insert the 1/2 in. Copper Coupling Fitting with Stop that contains the quartz crystal at the tip.

• Design starts with a choice of flashlight. I chose a 550 High Lumens rechargeable mini flashlight. The clip is important.
• The size of the flashlight will dictate the length/diameter of the copper needed. This design can easily be modified due to preference.
• The flashlight and crystal were the high end in cost. I tried to use two of the crystals that I already have but had trouble with them being too big or not clear enough to my liking.
• To wrap or not to wrap? I have not yet decided if I want to wrap the tool with leather or wear gloves when I use the tool.
• I have not glued any of the pieces together yet, as I have yet to decide if I’m going to glue the color filters into the reducer and have a separate reducer per color. I bought Gorilla Glue, just in case.
• I also found that the heat of the flashlight might warp the filter, so I added some distance between the flashlight and the actual filter and I also placed the filter between two washers.(work in progress).
• Each color filter sheet is 12″ x 12″ and I only needed a 3/4″ circle for each filter. They’re easy to cut with scissors. It just takes time. I guessed at the cost for the single unit.
• At this point, it’s still a functional work in progress.
• Please come back to see the final product.

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