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Spiritual Theory of Colours

The great Spiritual Scientist Qalander Baba Auliya tells:

“Man has so far discovered about 60 types of colours and people with very’ sharp vision only can distinguish these sixty colours, Man names the thing, which sight can perceive, as colour. light precious stones and. in the last stage. calls it water. When we see in the space and the sight reflects back upon the screen of our mind. it creates an impression. This impression is conceived as sky blue colour.

After raining, when the atmosphere is clear of dirt and smoke. the rays ofthe sky blue colour change their hue according to their position. Here ‘position’means atmosphere, which man terms high. low down.vast, ncar or away from the earth. lhese things make the blue colour deep or light and so much so that it changes altogether into different colour or colours. Between the earth and our range of sight there exist innumerable types of rays. The type of ray’s is sighted as colours. The atmosphere is filled with many things besides rays of colours. which are responsible for changes in it. The scene before our sight includes 1ight, oxygen, nitrogen, and other gases. Besides these gases some shades ofdi ftcrent intensity are also there.
Some other components also include in the sky blue colour. These very components produce different types of colours. Here this must be kept in mind that the light and dark shades also play an important role in the making of difterent types of colours
What is the actual source of light? Man does not know it exactly The distance between the source of rainbow and earth is reported to be ninety million miles, This means that the colours seen so closely are originating at such a far away distance. It is bit difficult to understand that besides rays what other things keep on dissolving in the air exist in the atmosphere. The smallest particle ofthe rays reaching us from the sun is called photon.

In Sufism. the word ‘aariz’ is used for photon,Even the word photon does not cover the exact meanings. which the word aariz carries. but it is the only closest term that can give an occidental reader some idea of aariz. It is one of the characteristics of aariz that it has no dimensions and these are so swift and fast that they come back from where they start
their journey in the very same moment after covering the whole cosmos. We cannot say what the status of photon is in this regard according to the scientists, but it is certain that aariz travels through the universe at such an incredible speed that it reaches back, from where it starts it journey. in the very same moment after traversing the entire universe, Since there are no dimensions in the aariz, therefore, when they scatter in the form of rays. they neither collide nor replace one

Space, in actual fact, is the contact of aariz with any one of the elements existing in the atmosphere.

What is this atmosphere? Atmosphere is the division of colours. This division of colours is not happening because of the aariz alone; rather it takes place because of the loops produced by the aariz, When an aariz strike against these loops it gives rise to things like space, colours and other things.

Now the question is that how the loops are formed in the rays.

We do know about the existence of stars in the galaxies; the stars which are considered to be the sun.

The distance between two stars is estimated to be five light years at the least. Wherever the lights of these stars collide they form loops because of difference In their types. Our earth or other planets are also merely loops. which are formed in the colliding lights of the billions of stars in our galaxies. Wherever the Iights of these stars collide; a loop is formed which, after accumulating more lights takes the form of a planet.

First of all a mixture of blue colour, combined with many other colours, is received by man through his head and hair. These mixed colours keep on absorbing and influencing the thoughts and feelings in him. The more one accepts the influence the more one is affected by It.

There- are billions of cells in the human brain. An electric current resulting from the frequencies of rays of colours. flows through these cells. Thoughts keep on passing through the conscious and the subconscious and more through the unconscious mind, due to this current. Thoughts and feelings keep on changing continuously under the influence of the light and dark shades of the colours. A shade, after producing its effect, leaves its place so that another type of shade could take over. The replaced shades, if they are dark enough. transform into Our feelings and rest of thoughts dissipate into thin air.

Gradually man learns to connect these thoughts with one another. The thoughts, which are not entertained, are altogether deleted. And, the thoughts that absorb in our mind become our acts and deeds. These very shades are responsible for the sorrows and delight that we experience. These make us happy or sorrowful according to their intensity. Discarded shades are discharged from the body system and which are absorbed and adopted. form our nervous system.

Since man being a biped, walks and moves around in upright position on two feet. therefore, these shades, first of all, affect his brain, Our brain has specific movements through which it causes our nervous system work for us. The hind portion of our brain: medulla oblongata, and the spinal cord play the key role in our nervous system. The sorrow and delight. which in fact. are a sort of electric impulse, enters the nervous system throuch our brain and affects the whole of our nervous sy stem.

The waves that enter the brain or bipeds are earthed through the feet after passing through the whole body. The weight and effectiveness of these waves are not uniform for all the places in the atmosphere rather it varies from place to place
because of their dividing nature As a result of this division the brain absorbs few shades more than others and the others are altogether left out.

If we lOOK at someone’s face intently, we can notice various colours on it and the most prominent of all is the colour or one’s eyes and that of the feelings which one experiences at that particular moment. Many a reflections from outside influence our feelings; some refresh us, some cause us to become pensive. some give us strength and some make us feel weak. All the brainwork depends upon those much seen things. which gradually infuse in our nerves, sometimes it works correctly and at times it does not. The brain waves produce so many impressions on a face that virtually it seems impossible to read all of
them but still a sort of film is displayed on the face that informs us about the impressions transferring into the nerves.

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Posted by on October 23, 2008 in color therapy


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Light and Colours

Light and Colours

Light is electromagnetic energy that can pass through transparent objects and empty space without requiring any medium for its transmission from one place to another.

There are different views about colours. Light,in actual effect, is a combination of different frequencies and various wavelengths. Feeling of a particular wavelength, having a typical frequency, by the retina and the mind is known as colour.

In 1666 Sir Isaac Newton expounded the Principles of Gravitation and Theory of Colours. When the sunlight or the light waves, according to this theory, pass through a prism, they disperse according to their frequencies into seven bands and we know this grouping of waves, as colours, All the other colours are shades of these seven bands of colours. This band of rainbow colours resulting from the dispersal of light waves is named as spectrum.

Violet, indigo, blue, green, yellow, orange and red, are the colours in a spectrum our eyes are more sensitive for yellow and green colours and interestingly the sunlight also boosts yellow and green more than other colours.

Colours witnessed in a spectrum are only the visible part of the spectrum. The waves, which have wave lengths shorter than violet waves cannot be seen by our eyes e.g. ultra-violet rays, x-rays, gamma rays, etc. Similarly the waves of larger wavelengths than the red also cannot be seen e.g. infra-red and microwaves.

It is not so that everybody can witness the colours other than the seven colours of the spectrum, there are people who can witness even the invisible waves of the Electromagnetic Spectrum.

Colours and optical system

How do we see colour? There are different views in this regard. The idea that is generally accepted is known as Classical Theory.

Classical Theory was presented by renowned Physist Mr. Young and anatonomist Mr. Helm Holtz. This is also called Young Helm Holtz Theory. Both these scientists were moved to see that only three colours are enough to form other compound colours.

Three types of cones. according to this theory, are there on the retina. One type of cones is sensitive for the wavelengths of blue colour. other is sensitive for yellow colour and third type of cones is to feel the red. The wavelength of the colour falling upon the retina triggers the concerned cone and thus the particular colour is sighted. All the colours are witnessed because of triggering of two or three cones e. g, wavelength of purple activates the cones sensi tive for red and blue. Resulting activation of these two cones we see purple colour.

Why do we see colours? Colour, in actual fact, is that quality of the light which it expresses after mixing with darkness. We see an object black because it absorbs all the waves of the light and we see an obiect white because it reflects all the waves of the light. We see an object red because it reflects the waves of the red colour only and absorbs all the other
waves. And, the same is true for all other colours.

Why are the colours? How do they form? What are the primary colours? Exact situation is yet not clear. Some consider that there are four primary colours; some say these are three. And, according to few, black is the basic and primary colour. The great Spiritual Scientist Qalander Baba Auliya declares: blue is the basic colour.

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Posted by on December 16, 2007 in color therapy, lights


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