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Muraqaba of Colored Lights
Author :Khwaja Shamsuddin Azeemi
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Everything that exists in this world is dominated by one or more colors. Nothing is of no color. Chemistry reveals that if any element goes through changes, it emits specific colors. This order of the colors is the basic characteristic of any clement. That is why in every element the order of colors is different. The same rule applies to humans as well. A well-organized system of colors and waves works in humans. The balance of those colors and waves controls the overall health of the individual. Changing of color affects the mood of the individual as well.
Colors also play an important role in the fields of emotions and feelings. It is our daily observation that when someone hears bad or tragic news, he or she gets pale. Fear also changes the color while during anger, eyes and face becomes red.
When the color of the room is red, it creates a feeling of burden or heaviness but if the same room is colored blue then peace and serenity is felt. Greenery and colorful flowers help us get rid of mental and physical fatigue. However, when the same trees become leafless during autumn our feelings change as well.
The theory of colors and lights states that those specific amounts of colors are prevalent not only in the physical body of humans but also in their senses. If for any given reason, the system of colors is changed or any specific color is increased or decreased or their ratio is changed, it leads to a change of feelings and emotions in an individual.
In the spiritual sciences, the color code is intentionally changed in a student so that his or her mind could come close to the subconscious senses. Continued practice of Muraqaba also helps in improving coloration in the senses. It is imperative that changes in the colors be done solely to improve or to awaken any specific skill. When supplementing colors and lights are not used to improve any specific sense, then normal senses are affected by it. A spiritual master always keeps his eyes on the progress of his student. When needed he can adjust the ratio of colors using his spiritual discretion (tasarraf) so that the consciousness remains functional with those changes in colors and light. On the other hand, when these changes occur in an individual abnormally then the body malfunctions and usually manifests in physical or psychological disorders. These disorders are usually labeled as general diseases or ailments like hypertension, anemia, asthma, cancer, arthritis, nervous and sensory or emotional disorders.
According to the spiritual sciences, only an expert spiritual master decides what color of light needs changing. In these decisions the personality type, mental strength, way of thinking, physical form and other factors are taken into consideration.
Using Muraqaba, the following are the different methods of absorbing light of any particular color in an individual.
METHOD-1: Sit in a comfortable position and imagine the waves of color and light and being absorbed by the whole body.
METHOD-2: During the Muraqaba imagine that from the sky the waves of color and light are falling and are being absorbed into your brain.
METHOD-3: During the Muraqaba imagine the entire surrounding environment lit with the same light.
METHOD-4: Imagine that you are immersed in the river of that light.
Medically and physiologically, each color of light has its own attributes. When the Muraqaba of a certain color of light is performed, it causes chemical changes in the brain, which enables it to absorb as much as possible the light of that color. Since medical and psychological disorders are not the subject matter of this book we are not going to discuss this matter in detail. However, we will present Muraqabas of color and light for such psychological disorders that occur because of mental confusions and paranoia.
NOTE: The decision, of what color of light Muraqaba is to be given must be made by no other than a spiritual master.
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