Re: what color did you say is good for a bedroom?

Don’t use blue light in a bedroom except at Lunar Time of the month.

Adano Ley (Swami Nitty-Gritty) advised …

“The best bedroom colors are pink and orange. Pink and violet, and a little white or gold or blue are also good.”

… and ….

“An ideal bedroom has twelve different colors, mirrors, and a waterbed.”

Don’t read or meditate in bed.

Reading in bed mixes Third Chakra consciousness with “sleep consciousness.”

Meditating in bed mixes Seventh Chakra consciousness with “sleep consciousness.”

On the other hand, most “meditators” are stuck in the Second and Third Chakras.

They never “Break On Through To the Other Side” – traverse the Rings-Pass-Not.

Most psychedelic experiences are Second Chakra experiences.

Explorer/biologist Richard Evans Schultes (1915-2001) is an exception to that rule.

He was able to bypass the Flower of Life and go directly to the Dome of Many Colors.

Professor Schultes partnered with such luminaries as Albert Hofmann (1906-2008) and Weston La Barre (1911-1996).

William S. Burroughs, Wade Davis, Allen Ginsberg, Andrew Weil, and E.O. Wilson studied with Professor Schultes at Harvard.

Master Chen (Yun Xiang Tseng) strongly advises against hanging any portraits of “Masters” on your bedroom walls.

Contact him if you’d like to know WHY.

Late to bed and late to rise contributes to osteoporosis.

WHEN you sleep is more important than HOW you sleep.

The calcium horizontal conservation factor shuts off at dawn.

If you sleep within the hours of dawn to dusk, you’re vulnerable to the consequences of chronobiological ecology, literally peeing your bones away.

Sleeping during the day causes the kidneys to excrete as much as sixteen times more calcium than when sleeping in the evening.

A similar situation applies to sodium and other essential bionutrients.

How you sleep with someone you sleep with or how you don’t sleep with someone you wish to sleep with might be more significant, but that’s another story for another day.

REM (rapid eye movement) sleep deprivation causes an increased sex drive.

Establishment sleep researchers concocted a new “disease” – FASPS (familial advanced sleep phase syndrome).

They labeled waking up at 3:00 a.m. a “disease.”

Jeez Louise, that classifies most farmers in the world “sick.”

That classifies folks who rise at 2:30 a.m. to prepare to meditate during the Hour of Nectar “sick.”

The Hour of Nectar is the two-hour “hour” of Lung Time (3:00-5:00 a.m.), when oxygen metabolism is at its lowest tide and carbon dioxide metabolism is at its highest tide, exactly opposite of Urinary Bladder Time (3:00-5:00 p.m.).

The optimum hours for meditation are 2:30-6:00 a.m. – one-quarter of Liver Time, all of Lung Time, and one-half of Large Intestine Time.

“Though night may close every eye, the blood does not sleep.” – Oswald Spengler

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'How to Convert a Tamasic Bedroom Into a Sattvic One' have 10 comments

  1. May 25, 2013 @ 5:24 pm atomb

    Check my e-books out at …

    solarman111.com

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  2. May 26, 2013 @ 12:30 pm atomb

    Edmund Morris (Colonel Roosevelt, 2010) wrote …

    “In the spring of 1909, Theodore Roosevelt was out of public office but not out of the public eye. He still had “his own image to worry about,” as Morris observes. He wanted to be known as ‘Colonel Roosevelt,’ to remind everyone of his war record and his readiness to fight again. The press complied. Still there was the public-relations problem of the African safari itself. The conservation president, Morris notes, could ‘ill afford to be seen again, as he was in youth, as an indiscriminate killer of big game.’ Morris does his best to provide T.R. cover, constantly alluding to his efforts to stay under the limit, to hunt animals only to acquire food or specimens for natural history museums. But he cannot conceal the man’s visceral delight in killing. Marching northwest through ‘elephant country’ toward Lake Albert, T.R. ‘cannot resist downing another [big bull]—his eighth—and guzzling the “excellent soup” made from its trunk.”’ Besides those eight elephants, T.R. killed “9 lions … 6 buffalo, 13 rhino, 7 giraffes, 7 hippos, 2 ostriches, 3 pythons, 1 crocodile, 5 wildebeest, 20 zebras, 177 antelopes of various species, from eland to dik-dik, 6 monkeys, and 32 other animals and birds: 296 ‘items’ in all.” His son Kermit added 216. In Roosevelt’s account of the safari, African Game Trails (1910), he insisted that “we did not kill a tenth, nor a hundredth part of that we might have killed had we been willing.” The numbers were evidence of their restraint, not of their excess.”

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  3. May 26, 2013 @ 5:55 pm jean

    When you say “The best bedroom colors are pink and orange.” does that mean “preferably both” like 2 walls pink and two orange? Or an artistic mix? ;) Or just “pick one you like”…?

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    • May 26, 2013 @ 7:00 pm atomb

      Probably one color by itself or an artistic mix.

      By the way, Swami Nity-Gritty said, “Aquarian pink throws rocks in your ruts.” :)

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  4. May 27, 2013 @ 11:04 am martin

    Hi Atom,

    so what time is ideal for the “average” individual to aim for to go to bed and get up? that was what stood out for me in this blog, i am a late to bed and late to rise kinda guy, i guess i must change my habits.

    i can’t wait to start learning Cyberspace akido and all the information about the invisible college has really opened my eyes.

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    • May 28, 2013 @ 2:08 pm atomb

      10:00 p.m. to 3:00 a.m., followed by two hours and 40 minutes of meditation is ideal, but the pace of “modern living” can easily sabotage our ideals. :)

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  5. May 28, 2013 @ 12:11 pm John

    Hi Atom,
    what are the best colour foods for eye vision improvement ?

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    • May 28, 2013 @ 2:20 pm atomb

      YELLOW foods and chemical constituents help eyesight.

      Riboflavin and other flavins are good for the eyes.

      Flavin is from FLAVUS = yellow.

      Lutein is good for the eyes.

      Lutein is from LUTEUS = yellow.

      Zeaxanthin and other xanthophyll carotenoids are good for the eyes.

      Xanthin and xanthine are from XANTHOS = yellow.

      Caffeine, theophylline, and theobromine (xantheos) are derived from xanthine.

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      • June 2, 2013 @ 12:02 pm John

        What foods contain flavins and lutein ?

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        • June 2, 2013 @ 6:12 pm atomb

          That’s a long list, John!

          You’ll find many of them listed in my e-book, Full-Spectrum GIANT Time-Sequenced Food List.

          Some food dyes contain flavins. (It’s probably a good idea to avoid these flavins.)

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