Re: Seeker's Questions: The World Before Closed Eyes
Oct 30, 2005 11:17 AM
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 www.google.nl and you find more about this
- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "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
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