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Re: Seeker's Questions: The World Before Closed Eyes

Oct 30, 2005 11:17 AM
by christinaleestemaker

Hi Saidevo,

That will be the violet flame, between 659-769 hz wavelenght, have to 
do with Ajna and Sahasrara centres.
More can be read Chakra's Leadbeater and others.
Look Violet flame in and you find more about this 
Greetings Christina.

- In, "saidevo" <saidevo@y...> wrote:
> When I close my eyes, initially I see the afterimages of what my 
> were seeing. Then it becomes darker and I see cloudy patterns that
> form, expand (or contract) and then disappear, to be followed by
> another, much like the waves formed on a still water surface when a
> stone is dropped.
> The 'world' that my closed eyes look at is usually violet in color,
> and the clouds that form and disappear, are indigo in color.
> As my mind gets more and more still, I can see real-world shapes
> --of houses, humans, anything I am familiar with--that quickly
> form and pass into other shapes. I am physically conscious (and not
> sleeping) while I watch these images. After sometime, I find that
> the slightest thought currents disturb the shapes, but I guess that
> with sufficient practice I might be able to control and create 
> by thought.
> Technically, I have simply closed my eyes, so my eyes should be
> looking at the inner side of my eyelids. I read somewhere that
> these shapes and images are random reflections of residual light
> particles inside the eyelids, but I am not prepared to buy this
> theory, because I see a whole world before my closed eyes, which
> to some extent I can control.
> Since I have not yet started sleeping, I know that these 'waves'
> are not the alpha or beta waves of REM or deep sleep. Those waves
> come only after I fall asleep.
> What are the shapes and images that I see? Of what stuff they are
> made? Can this thing be explained in a purely physical and 
> way by Science?
> I think that this can be explained theosophically, but I would first
> like to hear readers' views, scientific or otherwise on this
> subject.
> Regards,
> saidevo

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