a reply to: Joesepth
Great questions. I woke up in the middle of the night
when I was 15 years old and my whole head was tingling
from the point of the center of my forehead.
The next day at school I tried to make it happen and
discovered if I focused my mind's eye on that spot, I
was able to get it to start tingling and it's gets stronger
if you keep concentrating, for me, the tingling will start coming
in really strong waves that can emanate all through the head.
One thing I will comment on about your question that went something
like can I enter another dimension after opening the third eye.
Yes, in my experience.
I was doing candle meditation. It was the summer time and I had the window
open, and I lay in bed and starred at the shadows on the ceiling formed by the flickering of
the candle up on the window, that sometimes went slower or quicker because of
There was a certain frequency it kept hitting that felt like something itch
I was unaware of deep inside my mind (around the area of the third eye),
was being scratched and felt extremely pleasurable and I felt something
strange was going to happen, but before it could, the candle's flicker rate
So, I kept starring at the shadow the candle was producing, for about
40 minutes, and several times, that feeling of something's about to happen
any second and then didn't because the flicker rate changed.
Finally the candle stayed at that flicker rate and I felt something fall asleep
in my frontal lobe, and all of a sudden I was in a space between two dimensions
I guess you could say.
I was wide awake (more awake than I've been I think) my room looked
the same, I was still lying in bed, but when I looked up at the ceiling
it looked like a fabric, not at all how it normally looks; it looked like
And as I was marveling at the ceiling, I could see shadows or hints of
things on the other side of it.
After marveling for about 15 minutes, something very large pushed it's
head and claws into the barrier and the barrier stretched to show the
form of what it was and it was a dragon, there was no doubt about that.
Those scary looking claws made me fear that it could tear through the fabric
and that fear suddenly made me snap out of the spell.
I have read that in the occult world, a dragon protects treasures and such
but also protects the barrier between this world and the other.
As I started to read up on it, I read that Wizards or Shaman (who can travel
between the worlds) must first befriend the dragon, that's why Wizards are
so often depicted with a dragon.
If you aren't frightened by the dragon, then I guess you can enter the other world.
I've tried this candle meditation before, and it's exhausting to try and get it to
I think there's something about the unpredictable flickering that the part of
the mind that tried to recognize patterns is totally exhausted and then goes
BTW I was not on drugs and I hadn't been drinking that evening.
Hope that helps.
P.S. I tried buying a strobe light to find that flicker frequency but it didn't
work because the flicker rate is predictable, it's only happened to me with
a candle, and even my repeat efforts, although that dimension didn't appear,
I definitely felt that part of my mind being tweaked and getting tired.
I think I couldn't get it to happen again because that dragon is pretty darn
frightening; I only saw the head and claws but I estimate it was probably
at least 30 feet tall (estimate)