More About Michael Colors
I love sharing my ministry of empowering others toward greater levels of self-awareness when it comes to their health, well-being, and level of fitness. In my younger years back in the 1970’s and 80’s, health foods, alternative medicine, and “back to nature” ideals flourished. Vegetarian and raw food diets came into the spotlight, and holistic healing became more widely practiced. Let it be said that I immersed myself in the world of nutrition, supplements, and alternative medicine. I read many books on herbal healing. It was during this time that I first became introduced to the Chinese 5 Element theory: for one weekend in 1984, I attended this fascinating workshop that presented each of us participants with the gifts of this amazing work that I’m doing now.
My commitment to the agricultural communities is strong. In 1991, I received my Bachelor of Science degree in Agriculture from Colorado State University (Ft. Collins, CO). I really enjoyed my program at Colorado State, even though I had to work very hard to earn it! My degree core focused on Integrated Pest Management (IPM), which is the management of insect pests, plant diseases, and weeds for agricultural crops and orchards. I valued the opportunities that presented themselves to me to learn more about chemistry, soil science, and the little known “intel” of pesticide use and GMO methods for U.S. agricultural crops. In the years following my degree, I have continued to keep up my interest in food production in the U.S. and in other countries, and have attended various ag-focused events and lectures. Over the years, I’ve spent lots of time foraging for wild edibles, medicinal herbs, and edible mushrooms. I’ve also enjoyed doing vegetable gardening at different intervals in my life.
In 2008, I completed a Master of Spiritual Science (MSS) degree (similar to a Master of Divinity degree) from the Peace Theological Seminary & College of Philosophy (Los Angeles, CA). In this degree program, I learned advanced techniques on how to perform muscle testing, or applied kinesiology, which is a form of dowsing or doing pendulum work. I can truly say that I have mastered, as a daily practice over many years, the art and discipline of muscle testing. Now, I can successfully teach my clients how to do self-muscle testing, and guide them through the process so that they can get this experience at a deeper level and know that it works!