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Wonderful Impact Of Colours

There are seven colours in the sunrays, but as many as ten lakh shades can be obtained by mixing them with one another in lighter and deeper densities. Different creatures can see a different number of these colours according to their respective capacities. Man’s eyes are able to recognize only 378 colours.   Different element are required to keep the body healthy, likewise colours also are needed to keep the body fit. As per chromatherapists the maintenance of the balance of colours in the body is extremely essential to keep it from deterioration. This provides the body with enough energy to carry out its different functions. Each colours have its own excusive importance and various mental and physical disorders can be successfully treated through alteration of colour content in the body.   Scriptures dealing with mode of treating diseases through different use of sunrays(also known as actionotherapy),consider most diseases to be the result of lessening or increasing of different colours in the body. Colours have a considerable degree of influence on the seven Dhatus and function of the body.
INFLUENCE OF COLOURS
Yellow: This is the colour of the rising sun. It improves enthusiasm, self-restraint and gives rise to sattvic vibes in the mind. It is a symbol of awakening diligence. Yellow colour is related with the sentiments of love, etc. It is considered to increase the intellectual powers and immunity during the performance of some worship or Anusthan, while for the students it especially helps promote their power of memory and thought.   Yellow colour abounds in the traits of restraint, idealism, virtues and altruism. It is also a good antihelminthic. The households that are affected with regular occurrences of strife and conflicts are recommended to be painted in Yellow, which is expected to alleviate the difference among the family members. This colour has a salubrious effect on the problems related to crime, restlessness, agitation, stress, lust etc. Yellow colour is more suited to pregnant women.
 Blue: This colour inspires generosity, and introverted mode of living. Blue colour is especially helpful in character building amongst student. The virtues such as affection, courtesy, peace, sanctity and the like are associated with this colour.
  Green: It is full of positive vibes like freshness, cheerfulness, bliss, agility and coolness. People engaged in excessive intellectual work or suffering from some ailment should make natural use of green colour. The verdant surroundings of a hilly area or a jungle present a very healthy site giving immense mental peace and cheer thereby relieving one of the weariness of life. Generally blue or green colour is used for the sake of mental peace.
  White: It signifies knowledge, sweetness, profundity and sanctity. White colour contains the traits of simplicity, virtuousness, spontaneity, etc. It is therefore that there is the Indian tradition of wearing white cloths. White clothes do not give rise to negative vibes of jealousy or hatred.
  Red:  Aggressiveness, violence, extremism, agitation, lust, strife, agility and extroverted lifestyle are signified by this colour. Most people who wear red clothing are found to be ill-tempered. Even the use of red electric bulb provokes anger. Hence steer clear of using red colour apparels or bulbs.
  Saffron: It inspires valor and scarifies; and this is why saffron and red are used in a war.
  Pink: It generates positive virtues of hope, enthusiasm, creativity, etc. on the mental plane. Pink rays promote a good rate of growth in the plants, increase the bird-population and have an unimaginable, salubrious impact on the physical disorder like fever, small pox, cancer etc.
  Reddish-brown: This colour promotes one’s faith in and love for a pious and virtuous lifestyle. That is the reason why this colour has been accepted to be specially suited for the pursuit dharma by Hinduism.
  Deep brown: This has the virtues of unity, honesty and gentlemanliness. 
  Black : This colour is reach in Tamoguna. It stands for disappointment, sorrow, melancholy and ponderous mentality.
  Orange: It brings confidence and courage into life. Orange colour is a symbol of intellectual prowess. The saints, sages, ascetics, detached and servants of people wear this colour with special respect.
Thus colours have a wonderful effect on both our health and mental inclinations.
Scientists are of the view that water has got the characteristic power of causing a quick sentient reaction amongst living organisms by mixing with the sunrays. This goes a long way to prove the far-sightedness of our ancient rishis who laid down the tradition of playing Holi with natural colours. A mixture of natural colours containing the waters from different place of pilgrimage, including that of the Ganges, the colour of palash flowers and other natural colours, is also used in Holi celebrations held every year in the divine company of Pujya Bapuji at Surat. Pujya Bapuji splashes this pious colour on His Devotees with His very own hands in the form of big showers and bestows the twin gift of scientific, scriptural and natural benefits as well as His highly elevating ambrosial Satsang. Fortunate indeed are those who are able to attend this ceremony in person and imbibe the benefit. This festival of colour is scheduled to be celebrated this year from 19th to 20th of March’11.
 

 

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