The light of course indicates the illumination of the consciousness, the colour
the play of forces mental (yellow),
physical and vital, but forces making for enlightenment of these parts of the being. Various lights indicate various
powers of the consciousness. The frequent seeing of lights is usually a sign of that the seer is not limited by
his outward surface or waking consciousness but has a latent capacity for entering into the experiences of the
inner consciousness of which most people are unaware but which opens by the practice of yoga. By this opening one
becomes aware of subtle planes of experience and worlds of existence other than the material. For the spiritual
life a still further opening is required into an inmost consciousness by which one becomes aware of the Self and
Spirit, the Eternal and the Divine.
The rising above has to be followed by the descent of the higher consciousness into the different parts of the being. That aided by the psychic development and aiding it changes the external nature.
Yes. To ascend is easier than to bring down; the higher consciousness gets entangled and impeded in the physical and the mind and vital. The upward movement and the silence are indispensable for the Truth to manifest.