Third Eye Awakening

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The third eye is a spiritual concept associated with enlightenment and direct communication with a higher plane of existence—this is the practical definition of the “third eye” as understood by those who embrace it. 

The third eye has been a mystical concept for centuries, yet it is uncertain as to its origins. It is said that it does not involve magic but is entirely natural. The Ajna chakra is the same as the third eye, located between the eyebrows, in the pineal gland. It is part of being human, yet it is little used. And anyone can open their third eye, and this can be achieved by means of devotion, willpower, and meditation. 

Third eye power has been mostly possessed by yogis, psychics, and fortune tellers in the past, but now is open to more and more people. Indeed, the occultists and spiritual masters have called it the “seat of the soul.” “If you meditate and open your third eye then you can get insights, prior warnings of danger, and a high level of intelligence” (p. 406). And the key word is “meditate.” The third eye awakens the inner self. 

Meditation, and here it means more than mindfulness, is a movement into a passive or shamanistic state of mind. It is an opening up to outside spiritual forces or entities, which are actually demonic and evil spirits. Christian prayer is the opposite; it is mindful and conscious focus on God with the full presence of heart and mind. It is a looking to Jesus who loves us and hears our words. 

Chapter 1: What is the third eye? 

The third eye is said to be about the size of a walnut, located in the brain. The third eye is said to be “the window to our inner selves, our soul, and our connection with the energy and power of the universe” (p. 407) . To grasp this, one must think of your inner self as a ball of energy that moves or drives the body forward, the energy that connects us with the energy of the universe. 

The third eye is said to be the pineal gland, which is a small organ located at the very top of the spine as it enters the brain. From a Google search is found the following definition: “The pineal gland is a small, pea-shaped gland in the brain. Its function isn’t fully understood. Researchers do know that it produces and regulates some hormones, including melatonin. Melatonin is best known for the role it plays in regulating sleep patterns.” 

It is supposed that the pineal gland creates or causes hallucinations, and DMT or dimethyltryptamine within this gland will assist a person to move into a trance-like state along will receiving vivid imagery. 

Those who value the experience of the third eye understand that the mind and body are only temporary, while the real essence is the inner self, or spirit, or soul, which after death are joined together with the energy of the universe. 

“Our time here on earth could be made so much happier and healthier by following the guidance of our inner spirit. Getting connected with our third eye is the key to all of it” (p. 409). 

Chapter 2: How to Open Your Third Eye 

“Opening your third eye takes time and practice. While you may have an experience, such as during meditation, where you feel a huge rush of awakening, it will not be fully awakened by one experience” (p. 410). 

Meditation is a good way to open the third eye, but there are other methods that can be used. One important process is to silence your mind. And it is by means of such silences that the third eye can be opened, and other psychic abilities are realized. 

Another way to open the third eye is to practice “tuning in” and this by either feeling or hearing something coming from your intuition. It is said that “where your attention goes, energy flows” (p. 411). You must intentionally listen to your third eye and your intuition, and when this is done, they will continue speaking to you. 

Then it is good to explore one’s natural creativity; it must be remembered that the third eye is also your “mind’s eye” and is the seat of your imagination. 

Of course, you must be grounding yourself, and when this happens, you will be taken into the spiritual realm. Here you are working with your root chakra, and this is done by meditating on this chakra, which will center one into the center of the Earth. 

Exercising your third eye is also essential, and a good way to do this is by meditating on all the chakras. A way to do this is to lie down and meditate, imaging your chakras one at a time, and imagining each one becoming brighter, even glowing. 

One may also use dream work. To do this, after dreaming write them down and interpret them on your own, or purchase a dream interpretation journal. 

Another great way to play with your third eye is to let your imagination flow, and this while in a meditative state. Also helpful is the let your intuition guide you, and this will allow you to receive mental downloads, which will be filled with information. 

Last, the final best way to exercise the third eye is to strengthen your psychic abilities. 

Much of what this has to do with is entering into the passive, shamanistic, or altered state of consciousness, and yes, we say this over and over. A common method for doing this is meditation, achieving an “open” mind, and the open mind will then be invaded by spirits, evil spirits, who disguise themselves as benign knowledge sources. There are many ways to enter a meditative state, and it can be very spiritual, very exhilarating, and very deceiving. It is a sure mechanism to demonic possession. And it may be many years before a person recognizes the true nature of what has taken root in them. 

Chapter 3: Techniques to Awaken the Third Eye Chakra 

It is recommended that a person chant “OM” in order to awaken the third eye chakra, and this process is rather complex but involves finding a quiet place to be alone, light candles, lie down on the floor, close the eyes, relax, begin deep breathing, focus on the third eye, flow with your body’s energy, begin looking for a vibration or tingling between the eyebrows, do not focus too hard, just remain vacant and let things take their course. Then focus on the vibration between the eyebrows, and let it shift to the throat, especially the larynx. Also keep the eyes closed and be aware of any light or colors between the eyebrows. This may take a number of attempts to open the third eye. And the whole key is learning how to meditate, which is to be able to stop the mind and be open to the vibrations, colors, and the movement of energy. 

The author(s) of this section go on to provide another way of awakening the third eye. These are briefly: relax the mind and the body, develop a habit of meditating, and open the intuitive part of the brain. 

Another way of describing the above is that it is a technique on how to enter into a passive, altered, or shamanistic state of consciousness. And it is here that demonic spirits are able to enter into the mind and body of the meditator. This is the connection to the occult world, where there is in fact access to power and knowledge. Indeed, it is mesmerizing and life altering. The author(s) state that using the third eye does not mean developing magical powers or becoming a psychic, which is simply false. This is exactly what happens—one enters the psychic world. And yes, there are magical powers and psychic knowledge there, the age-old trap. 

After opening the third eye, unusual experiences will follow, some of which may be pleasant but others not pleasant. Also, one can “see” through the third eye, and one can sense, see, and visually interpret the energy that is present, even energy in people around them, both good and bad energies. 

Chapter 4: Guided Day Meditations to Waken the Third Eye 

This chapter is essentially a replay of chapter 3, but here are the steps: 

Choose a location, and with an intention, do some stretching first, adopt the best position for meditating, relax, breathe, empty the mind, access the third eye, work on experiencing your third eye, maintain focus on the third eye, and “get out of the meditation slowly.” In doing so one will be more sensitive to spirits and may even see them from time to time. One will feel divine inspirations, feel great potential, and have joy and experience a healthy life once one is connected with the spirits. 

Here we see how one becomes indwelt by spirits, and these are always and nothing other than unclean or evil spirits. 

There is only one Holy Spirit, The Spirit of God, and all others are unholy spirits or demons whose head is Satan. And the Holy Spirit points only to Jesus Christ, both to who He is, the Word become flesh, and what He has done, die on the cross bearing our sin, then being raised from the dead, and ascending to heaven. 

The question is asked, p. 435, “Is it possible for anyone to activate the third eye chakra?” The answer, of course, is yes, and activating the third eye is a spiritual process and not a religious one. A person can belong to any religion and still activate the third eye, because it can be achieved by means of meditation. 

At our Miller Avenue Baptist Church, we have a Gospel Meditation printed in the bulletin every week, which is an outline of the passage that will be presented at the time of the sermon by one of the pastors. It emphasizes the main point of the Biblical passage that is the subject of the sermon. It does not involve any form of mindlessness or mindfulness. It is active mental attention to the words God has given us in His Word. 

The pineal gland, according to those who assent to such psychic topics and practices, is where the third eye is located, and which is said to be in the middle of the brain, or the Ajna chakra. This gland is said to be the “anchor of the soul” (p. 435). It is said to regulate sleep cycles, sexual maturation, and vital hormones. Trouble is, this gland becomes calcified over the years and the third eye helps to decalcify it and thus opens up the mind.

Chapter 6: Psychic Abilities 

The author(s) state that there is nothing supernatural about psychic abilities; they are all natural and will function properly when the chakras are strong and healthy (p. 445). 

The following are the basic psychic abilities. Clairvoyance is the most common psychic ability, and this has to do with “clear-seeing.” For example, this will help locate lost items or see different places and dimensions. Pyrokinesis is another ability, and it has to do with controlling fire. Telekinesis is the ability to move or influence objects with the mind. Micro TK has to do with the outcome of randomness or odds, like influencing coin flips, heads or tails. The Macro TK has to do with moving things with your mind, like a coin or even a television set or a car. Hydrokinesis is the ability to control water. Clairsentience is the ability to feel subtle energy or feelings. 

Divination is a very common practice and is used by dowsers and in the tarot cards. The tarot cards are a way to communicate a message that can be understood, and here one’s intuition is involved. So then, when a card is chosen, it is necessary to relax and clear the mind and allow your intuition to take over. Another form of divination is done by using a pendulum. 

Chapter 7: Psychic Awareness 

The standard definition of this is “the understanding of human consciousness and the full potential of the mind when it is applied to everyday life” (p. 454). It has to do with understanding the silent Spirit and the mind’s power that lies within a person. This gives us insight into our mind’s power. 

Chapter 8: Exercises for Awakening Your Inner Spirit 

One of these is through the guided practice referred to as yoga. Also, Tai Chi may be used to awaken the Inner Spirit. 

Chapter 9: Pineal Gland Activation and Chakras 

The pineal gland, located in the middle of the brain at the location of the Anja chakra can be activated by doing the following: First, close your eyes and focus on the center of your brain, then make contact with it. This gland is very powerful and is “the seat of the soul” (p. 460). 

Then second, one must breathe into the pineal gland and fill it with divine power. Energize, charge, and activate it, and let it know that you want to connect with it, and then you will become one with your greater self, which is the eternal light inside you. 

It is said that there are seven major chakras, which are all aligned along 83 

the centerline of the body. The first is the “root chakra,” at the base of the spine. Then the “sacral chakra” just above the root chakra. Next is the “solar plexus chakra” just above the root chakra. Then next in line is the heart chakra, next the “throat chakra.” Above this is the “third eye chakra,” and finally the “crown chakra” at the top of the skull. 

Chakras have no scientific support or proof, only a long history based on early Hindu teachings. One of the dangers of psychic ‘therapies’ is that they cannot bring real healing and are no substitute for psychological and medical science. Not only are psychic techniques false, they also open a person up to invasion by demonic spirits. 

Jesus said that “where two or three are gathered in my name, there am I among them” (Matthew 18:20). Likewise, where two or more are gathered practicing psychic therapies, etc., then there is also the presence of the demonic. And it is here where so many are invaded by demonic spirits. We wish it were not so, but it is the truth. 


Excerpts from Wikipedia 

Wikipedia, accessed January 29, 2022 

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. 

In Indian spiritual traditions, the third eye refers to the ajna (or brow) chakra. 

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. The third eye is often associated with religious visions, clairvoyance, the ability to observe chakras and auras, precognition, and out-of-body experiences. People who are said to have the capacity to utilize their third eyes are sometimes known as seers. 

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. Hindus also place a “tilaka” between the eyebrows as a representation of the third eye, which is also seen on expressions of Shiva. Buddhists regard the third eye as the “eye of consciousness”, representing the vantage point from which enlightenment beyond one’s physical sight is achieved.  

In Taoism and many traditional Chinese religious sects such as Chan (called Zen in Japanese), “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 left and right hemispheres of the body. In Taoist alchemical traditions, the third eye is the frontal part of the “Upper Dan Tien” (upper cinnabar field) and is given the evocative name “muddy pellet”.

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