OPEN YOUR THIRD EYE IN AS LITTLE AS 10 MINUTES A DAY
The third eye is our link to the unknown (some use terms “intuition” or “clairvoyance”). Anatomically it is related to the pineal gland, a small endocrine gland in the vertebrate brain. The pineal gland has a shape of a cone and is associated with clarity of thinking and clairvoyance. Images of a pine cone can be found in many religious or occult orders (there is a huge brass pinecone in the centre of the Vatican courtyard, for one) as a manifestation of ultimate knowledge.
What can you expect while doing this meditation? You may feel head pressure from within, maybe even migraines. This is normal and is an indication of the third eye awakening. Let this discomfort not discourage you from continuing practicing. The ultimate result will be rewarding: faster learning, enhanced creativity, increase in intuition, or your may even experience psychic powers.
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A Simple Clairvoyance Meditation to Open the Third Eye
Clairvoyance meditation is key if you want to open the third eye. The main factor in this exercise is visualization.
If you’re a visual person (meaning when I say imagine a tree, you can see a tree in your mind), this psychic development exercise will help strengthen that ability. If you struggle with seeing things in your mind’s eye, following these steps will help. Please don’t get discouraged if you don’t have a great experience the first time you use this meditation. If you’re not very good at visualizing, it will take a little bit of practice and patience.
1. Get Comfortable
Start by choosing a quiet place to sit and relax for a few minutes. Some people say that clairvoyance meditation should be done sitting in an upright position, but this is really not necessary. Just sit or lay however you are the most comfortable.
2. Breathe… the proper way
Close your eyes and take some deep breaths. Breathe in through your nose and out through your mouth.
Many people make the mistake of breathing too shallow from the chest when they begin. If you are new to meditating, I suggest that you place your hand on your stomach. When you breathe in, feel your stomach expand. This will ensure nice, deep breaths.
Once you’ve mastered these (and this should not take long), move onto deeper stages.