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Open Third Eye Chakra - Pineal Gland Activation is intended to guide you into a meditative experience that will help you stimulate your third eye. You may see other videos titled: third eye chakra opening, open third eye chakra, instant third eye stimulation, awaken your third eye, third eye meditation, instant third eye stimulation, activate pineal gland, pineal gland stimulation, pineal gland activation, and pineal activation. These videos are efforts to achieve the same thing but worded differently. They rarely work, at least for me. This video is my effort to achieve this goal. It works great for me personally, and I hope it does for you too. The third eye (also called the mind's eye or inner eye) is a mystical and esoteric concept of a speculative invisible eye, usually depicted as located on the forehead, which provides perception beyond ordinary sight.[1] In Dharmic spiritual traditions (Hinduism) from Nepal and India, the third eye refers to the Ajna (or brow) chakra.[2] The third eye refers to the gate that leads to the inner realms and spaces of higher consciousness. In spirituality, the third eye often symbolizes a state of enlightenment or the evocation of mental images having deeply personal spiritual, or psychological significance. The third eye is often associated with religious visions, the ability to observe chakras and auras,[3] and out-of-body experiences. In Hinduism and Buddhism, the third eye is said to be located around the middle of the forehead, slightly above the junction of the eyebrows, representing the enlightenment one achieves through meditation.[4][5] Hindus also place a "tilaka" between the eyebrows as a representation of the third eye,[6] Buddhists regard the third eye as the "eye of consciousness," representing the vantage point from which enlightenment beyond one's physical sight is achieved.[4] In Taoism and many traditional Chinese religious sects, "third eye training" involves focusing attention on the point between the eyebrows with the eyes closed and while the body is in various qigong postures. The goal of this training is to allow students to tune into the correct "vibration" of the universe and gain a solid foundation on which to reach a more advanced meditative state. Taoism teaches that the third eye, also called the mind's eye, is situated between the two physical eyes and expands up to the middle of the forehead when opened. Taoism asserts that the third eye is one of the main energy centers of the body located at the sixth Chakra, forming a part of the main meridian, the line separating the left and right hemispheres of the body.[7] According to the Christian teaching of Father Richard Rohr, the concept of the third eye is a metaphor for non-dualistic thinking, the way the mystics see. In Rohr's concept, mystics employ the first eye (sensory input such as sight) and the second eye (the eye of reason, meditation, and reflection), "but they know not to confuse knowledge with depth, or mere correct information with the transformation of consciousness itself. The mystical gaze builds upon the first two eyes—and yet goes further."[8] Adherents of theosophist H. P. Blavatsky have suggested that the third eye is, in fact, the partially dormant pineal gland, which resides between the two hemispheres of the brain.[9] According to this belief, humans had in far ancient times an actual third eye in the back of the head with a physical and spiritual function. Over time, as humans evolved, this eye atrophied and sunk into what today is known as the pineal gland.[11] Rick Strassman has hypothesized that the pineal gland, which maintains light sensitivity, is responsible for the production and release of this: All resources and reading material: Please take the time to properly adjust your volume to a low and comfortable level. For optimal results, you should listen to this while resting with your eyes closed. Headphones are recommended but not required. If you appreciate this content, please consider: — Subscribing, so you don't miss any new videos: — Subscribing to the second channel for extra videos: — Sharing this video with somebody you know or on social media. — Rating this video with a like or dislike. — Writing in the comments if you enjoyed or disliked this video. Any criticism is welcomed and is much appreciated. — Supporting the channel: — Visiting the store: — Acquire a channel membership: #RelaxingMusic #MeditationMusic #SleepMusic

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