The “Aggressive Zones” – Colorpuncture

Indications or Potential Uses*:

Intestinal disorders, constipation, circulation issues, low immune functions, colic, lower back pain, neck/cervical spine pain or tension

Aggressive Zone therapy - ColorpunctureProtocol:

Location: as shown on the figure, two fingers diagonally from the navel.
Color: Green
Duration: 30 seconds to 1 minute per point
Procedure:  Massage each point in order (1, 2, 3) for 30 seconds counter-clockwise, then 30 seconds clockwise, then apply the colored light in succession the points 1, 2 and 3. If you don’t have a colored light, visualize the color coming out of your fingers while massaging each point.


The aggressive zone therapy is essential in Colorpuncture. The reflex points on the skin are directly related to the gut, and tend to be very sensitive on all people, which is how it got its name. This area not only contains the organ that digests all foods, but also eliminates all the toxins we ingest (physically, mentally & spiritually).

Around the large intestine converges one of the most important clearing of the lymphatic system. The lymphatic system is a unique structure of the organism and is composed of hundreds of small tubes that convey not only the gut toxins collected in each organ, but also and especially has a function of balance of the immune system, which regulates all the defenses we have against disease, allergies and cancers .

The importance of this therapy is very evident. Peter Mandel recommends it as a daily care to keep the entire body in good health. In many cases it is useful for constipation.

Colic in infants often find this beneficial but is essentially a psychosomatic disorder that is emotional.

You get a great benefit if the treatment is applied daily.