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How to Open Your Third Eye



How to Open Your Third Eye
Source : How to Open Your Third Eye (wikiHow)
(Note from NEEEEEXT : the Third Eye is also called "The Pineal Gland" located in the middle of the brain)

Three Parts:
Learning to Meditate
Becoming More Mindful
Benefiting From Your Third Eye

This wikiHow will guide you through the process of opening your third eye.

1. Find someplace peaceful.
2. Sit down comfortably.
3. Pick an object to focus on.
4. Pick a mantra and use it.
5. Meditate and focus on your third eye chakra. It is on your forehead, between your eyes.
6. Become more mindful. Go outside, get creative, and notice the little things.

Learning to Meditate

    Locate your third eye chakra. Chakras are the energy centers in your body. Essentially, that are wheels of energy that align along your spine. There are seven chakras, and each corresponds to a different part of your physical, mental, and spiritual well-being. Your third eye chakra is the sixth chakra.
        The third eye chakra is located at the forefront of your brain, between your two eyes. It is right above the bridge of your nose.
        When you meditate, try to focus your mind on this chakra. It is responsible for helping you to see the world more clearly.
    Choose the right surroundings. Meditation is one of the most effective tools for helping you to open your third eye. By bringing more awareness to your thoughts, you will be able to better access the mental clarity that is associated with the third eye. The core goal of meditation is to bring the mind to rest on one thought or object. It is important to choose surroundings where you feel comfortable when you are beginning to meditate.
        Some people feel more peaceful and open-minded when they are out in nature. If this sounds like you, you might consider meditating outdoors. Find a space that is the right temperature and where you can sit without being disturbed by others.
        Indoor meditation is also perfectly fine. Many people have a designated meditation space in their home. This generally includes a cushion that makes it more comfortable to sit on the floor, and perhaps some candles and soothing music.
        Remember that meditation is a very personal process. You should choose the surroundings that are right for you.
    Prepare your posture. The mind-body connection is very important in meditation. The more comfortable you are physically, the easier it will be to focus on you meditation object or thought. The most effective meditation posture is generally thought to be some variation of sitting cross-legged on the ground.
        If you are used to sitting in a chair, take some time each day to get used to sitting on the floor. In time, it will feel more natural it will be easier to focus on your meditation.
        Most people choose to use at least one cushion to make sitting on the ground more comfortable. Feel free to use two or three sturdy cushions if you find this works better for you.
        If you simply cannot be comfortable sitting, don't worry. You can try what is known as walking meditation. For some people, the rhythmic sounds of their footfalls can be very soothing. Walk slowly, and have a clear path so that you don't have to think too much about where you are going.
    Choose a meditation object. A meditation object can be a thought or a physical object. The point of choosing one is to make it easier for your brain to focus. This will keep your thoughts from wandering and will make your meditation more effective.
        Candles are a popular meditation object. The flickering flame is easy to look at and are comforting to many people.
        Your meditation object does not have to be nearby physically. Feel free to picture the ocean or a beautiful tree that you once saw. Just make sure you can clearly see the object in your mind's eye.
    Pick a mantra. A mantra is a word or phrase that you will repeat during your meditation practice. You might say the mantra internally or out loud--that is a personal preference. Your mantra should be something that is personal and meaningful to you.
        Your mantra should be something that you want to integrate into your mind, or your awareness. For example, you might choose to repeat, "I choose happiness". This will help reinforce the idea that you are going to focus on feeling joy throughout the day.
        Another mantra idea is to choose just one word. For example, you could repeat the word "peace".
    Make it a routine. Meditation is a practice. That means that the first time to sit down to meditate, it might not be a big success. Your mind might wander, or you might even fall asleep. Learning to successfully meditate is a process and it takes time.
        Make meditation a part of your every day life. Begin with very small increments, maybe five minutes or even just two. Soon you will feel more comfortable with the process and be able to devote more time to meditation each day.

Becoming More Mindful

    Learn what it means to be mindful. Being mindful means that you are more actively aware of what is going on around you. You are consciously paying attention to your emotions and physical sensations. Being more mindful will help you to get in tune with yourself and the world around you.
        As you are becoming more observant, avoid being judgemental. Just observe and acknowledge without forming an opinion about whether something is "right" or "wrong".
        For example, if you are feeling stressed out, do not judge yourself for feeling that way. Simply observe and acknowledge your emotions.
    Go outside. Spending some time outside can be very helpful in becoming more mindful. Being more mindful can help you to open your third eye because your will be more aware of it. Therefore, it's a good idea to try to take a short walk each day, in effort to spend more time in nature.
        In today's culture, we are "plugged in" for much of our day. This means that we are almost always looking at some sort of electronic or communication device. Going outside reminds us to actively take a break for all of the stimulus.
    Be creative. Being mindful can allow you to get more in touch with your creative side. Research suggests that mindful meditation is a great cure for writer's blocks and for blocks that artists and other creative types experience.Being more mindful can allow you to open up your creative pathways.
        Try experimenting with your creative side. Take up painting, sketching, or learning a new musical instrument. Letting your creativity flow will help you to feel more in-tune with yourself, and help you to open your third eye.
    Focus on the small things. Day to day life can feel very hectic and overwhelming. Being more mindful can help you to feel calmer and better able to utilize your third eye. Pay attention to each aspect of your surroundings and your routine.
        For example, when you are taking a shower, consciously observe the physical sensations. Take note of how the warm water feels on your shoulders. Appreciate the refreshing scent of your shampoo.

Benefiting From Your Third Eye

    Feel more peaceful. Once you learn to open your third eye, you will be able to experience the benefits that go along with it. Many people report feeling more at peace after opening their third eye. Part of this is due to achieving a greater sense of self-compassion. Being more aware of yourself generally causes you to practice more self-kindness.
        Being kinder to yourself offers many benefits. You will feel more self-confident and less anxious.
    Be more knowledgeable. One of the reasons many people want to open their third eye is because it is thought to make you more knowledgeable. Since it increases your perception of the world around you, it makes sense that you will be able to learn more about the world around you. People who have opened their third eye report that they feel like they have more wisdom.
        You will also become more knowledgeable about yourself. Meditation and mindfulness are great ways to get in touch with yourself. When you better understand your emotions, you will feel more capable of dealing with them.
    Improve your physical health. Opening your third eye is very likely to reduce your stress levels. You will feel more peaceful and self-aware. There are many physical benefits from reduced levels of stress. People with less stress are less likely to have high blood pressure and symptoms of depression.
        Experiencing less stress can also mean a reduction in things such as headaches and upset stomachs. It can even help you have younger looking skin.

Community Q&A

    Do I actually have a third eye that can open?

    Yes, we all have the third eye but it is in a closed state. You need to open it, though there are some people who have it open from birth.

    Can I activate the third eye under 15?

    As long as you are in the correct state of mind, you can open your third eye at any age.

    Is it normal having a headache while meditating?

    Yes, it is normal. When opening the third eye, you are also using a part of the brain that has not been used, causing minor headaches, migraines, nausea, etc.

    Must I meditate more after opening my third eye?

    Yes, it's essential to be consistent with meditation. Making it a habit brings dramatic changes in a person's body and mind.

    Are there any negative effects to opening my third eye?

    Your third eye opens all your senses; not just sight, but smell, hearing, taste and the way things feel. So just be prepared for that.

    Does this have something to do with my own aura?

    No, the third eye has nothing to do with your aura. However, as it develops the perception, it makes it easier to observe your aura and others' as well.

    Is there a specific sound frequency required for this process?

    It is not required but if you want you can use a frequency which guides your brain to alpha frequency.

    Is there a real eye that everyone can see, or is it invisible and only you can see through it?

    Your third eye is a manifestation of energy, so if you or someone builds up enough energy, you can train yourself to see the third eye.

    What is the difference between opening and closing your third eye?

    Once the third eye is opened, it will remain open all the time -- there is no way to close it.

    What are the things that you see differently when you have open the third eye?

    This will give you a different perspective in many different areas of your life.


    Remember that opening your third eye is a process. Be patient with yourself, and appreciate the project you do make.
    Don't be afraid to try different meditation methods. Not everything works the same for everyone.

Sources and Citations



Download :

Samuel Sagan - Awakening The Third Eye (PDF, 279 pages, 1.34 MB)    >> HERE <<  (right click, Save Link As...)


Our third eye is nothing less than a porthole to gnosis.

We have an inbuilt ability to access infinite wisdom that is absolutely pertinent to our lives yet is often inaccessible due to its enigmatic nature.

Glimpses of our universal connectivity come to us in subtleties, signs and intuitions that brush against us gently or urgently, bringing vital messages that link us to a larger arena of activity, relentlessly inviting us to become aware of our galactic context. These are veiled communications from our third eye matrix. To cultivate receptiveness to this ongoing exchange is to travel into full remembrance of who we are.

This book offers invaluable insight into how to recognize and develop your own relationship with the magical faculty of third eye seeing and ways to integrate that into daily life practices.

Lujan Matus deftly ushers us into the heart of the mysteries of perception and consciousness, presenting new perspectives on our place in the universe and what we are capable of. His teachings trigger welcome revolutions in consciousness and the many techniques he gives here are powerful tools for personal transformation. Amongst those techniques are exercises for becoming aware of the blue spectrum, the highest vibration of light, where all manner of energetic activity is taking place in an eternally fluctuating exchange. Developing the capacity to perceive that luminous interactivity reveals a magical aspect of seeing which inevitably becomes a conduit to a new way of being.

This publication broadens the bandwidth, illuminating with dimensional yet practical information and clearly indicating an entry point into parallel perceptions, possibilities and potentialities such as we have only dreamed of.

Naomi Jean

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