AGNI TATWA, SUNLIGHT, ENERGY, SURYACHIKITSA AND BODILY FUNCTIONS.

AGNI TATWA, SUNLIGHT, ENERGY, SURYACHIKITSA AND BODILY FUNCTIONS.

AGNI TATWA, SUNLIGHT, ENERGY, SURYACHIKITSA AND BODILY FUNCTIONS.

Nautropathy believes in treatment of the body by enhancing the resistance and increasing the vital force of the body. It is not curative in true sense but can be called a method of balancing the vital forces and bringing them back to their natural state.

According to naturopathy our body is composed with ratios of five elements. The restoration of an element requires a treatment with the material that are composed of same element.
These are called “Panchamahabhootas” or “Panchatatwas.”

These elements are also mentioned in Ayurveda and Yogic sutras. Maharishi Charak has defined these Mahabhootas in his sutras as well. In fact, they are basic building blocks in all kind of ancient Indian sciences. According to all these sciences, the restoration of these elements can lead to a fine stage where a person is not affected by diseases anymore. Naturopathy also tries for the same but in a very different manner. It uses elemental substances to restore this balance. For example, mud is used for restoration of earth element, sunlight is used to restore fire element and so on.

The element fire is very important for the body as most of the functions related to cell divisions and digestion are dependent on this element. Pitta defined in Ayurveda is composed of this element. Sun is the natural source of fire element and sun light can help in development and restoration of this element in body.

The Fire element or agni tatwa is useful in performing major functions in the body.
Following is the table which gives the characteristics of this tatwa:
agni tatwa table


This tatwa can be restored by having contact with Sunlight.
In Vaastu[1] there is a vedha[2] related to Sun only. This is called Surya Kiran Vedha and according to this the obstruction of natural sun rays in a house can cause depression and many other diseases to the inhabitants.

In Jyotisa[3] Sun is defined as the chief source of light. It is referred as a soul in the Sastras.
It is the bearer of Prana Shakti or the vital force. Without Sun everything, every living being on earth will become lifeless. Lack of Sunlight can cause Lethargy, gout, indigestion, lack of appetite, paralysis and requirement of too much sleep. The person will remain depressed and will be prone to anger.

Sun rays are composed of seven colors with Red, Orange, Yellow, Green, Blue, Indigo and Violet in sequence. The rays above the red rays in spectrum are called infra-red and the rays below the Violet are called ultra violet rays. The seven rays of spectrum are used in SuryaChikitsa[4]. An important method in Suryachikitsa is related to water charged with Sun rays. Water is charged with the help of colored glass bottles and sun light. Please note that it is not a gimmick. A recent discovery Made by scientist Gerald.h.Pollack clears some doubts.


“They do this by splitting water molecules, ordering the EZ, and thereby setting up one charge polarity in the ordered zone and the opposite polarity in the bulk water zone beyond. We don’t ordinarily think of water as receiving energy. A glass of water is considered more or less in equilibrium with its environment. However, the evidence outlined in these chapters shows distinctly otherwise: a glass of water is generally far out of equilibrium. This concept may sound outlandish, but the foregoing chapters have amply demonstrated that water continually absorbs energy from the environment and transduces that energy into work.

The transduction concept may seem less exotic once you realize that plants do the same. Plants absorb radiant energy from the environment and use it for doing work. Plants, of course, comprise mostly water; therefore, it should hardly surprise that the glass of water sitting beside your potted plant may transduce incident photonic energy much like the plant does.

It may be worthwhile to take a fresh look at any scenario in which radiant energy falls incident on water. Our focus has been mainly on chemistry, but physics — and especially biology — should be considered as well. For example, when the sun breaks through the clouds, we may feel a surge of energy. That sensation surely involves our psyches; however, we may feel energized also because the incident solar energy builds real chemical energy in our cells. Some wavelengths penetrate deeply into our bodies — just place a flashlight behind the palm of your hand and watch the light penetrate all the way through to the other side.

To suggest that incident solar energy may build energy in our bodies may seem a stretch, but cells do grow faster with warmth, i.e., when exposed to infrared energy (light). Since light builds energy in water, and we are mostly water, it seems plausible that we might harvest energy from the environment. Multiple light-harvesting mechanisms can be envisioned throughout biology.

According to Scientist Mr.Gerald H.Pollack the sun’s electromagnetic energy builds potential energy in water. Photons recharge the EZ[5] by building order and separating charge. In his book The fourth phase of Water[6] Mr.Pollack has shared some remarkable discoveries related to Sun’s electromagnetic energy and water.

Here is a paragraph from same book:

“They do this by splitting water molecules, ordering the EZ, and thereby setting up one charge polarity in the ordered zone and the opposite polarity in the bulk water zone beyond. We don’t ordinarily think of water as receiving energy. A glass of water is considered more or less in equilibrium with its environment. However, the evidence outlined in these chapters shows distinctly otherwise: a glass of water is generally far out of equilibrium. This concept may sound outlandish, but the foregoing chapters have amply demonstrated that water continually absorbs energy from the environment and transduces that energy into work.
The transduction concept may seem less exotic once you realize that plants do the same. Plants absorb radiant energy from the environment and use it for doing work. Plants, of course, comprise mostly water; therefore, it should hardly surprise that the glass of water sitting beside your potted plant may transduce incident photonic energy much like the plant does.
It may be worthwhile to take a fresh look at any scenario in which radiant energy falls incident on water. Our focus has been mainly on chemistry, but physics — and especially biology — should be considered as well. For example, when the sun breaks through the clouds, we may feel a surge of energy. That sensation surely involves our psyches; however, we may feel energized also because the incident solar energy builds real chemical energy in our cells. Some wavelengths penetrate deeply into our bodies — just place a flashlight behind the palm of your hand and watch the light penetrate all the way through to the other side.
To suggest that incident solar energy may build energy in our bodies may seem a stretch, but cells do grow faster with warmth, i.e., when exposed to infrared energy (light). Since light builds energy in water, and we are mostly water, it seems plausible that we might harvest energy from the environment. Multiple light-harvesting mechanisms can be envisioned throughout biology"

The other methods used in Suryachikta are:

  •     Sun-Bath.
  •     Sub bath with Banana leaves or wet cloth.
  •     Using solar energy with Oil charged with sunlight.
  •     Using water charged with sunlight.
  •       Using body size cabinets with colored glasses where patient can lay down and used the special colored rays to treat the body.



[1] The ancient science of Building Architecture.
[2] Block
[3] The science of Prediction through planets
[4] The treatment through Sun
[5] Exclusion Zone
[6] https://www.amazon.in/Fourth-Phase-Water-Beyond-Liquid-ebook/dp/B00N2ASKF2?ie=UTF8&btkr=1&redirect=true&ref_=dp-kindle-redirect

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