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This is done with a specific tone and chant. You only need to do this exercise for 3 days, afterwards, it is permanent. The mantra to be used is “Thoh,” pronounced “TOE.” It must be within the correct vibration. Not deep, not high pitched, inbetween, like alto range. You will feel it when you hit the correct tone. So play around and don’t second guess yourself. When you think you’ve got it, you probably do.
1. Sit with your back straight.
2. Breathe in through your nose and hold your breath as long as is comfortable. Open your jaws so there is a small space between your top and bottom teeth. Place the tip of your tongue between the space of your slightly parted teeth.
3. Put a very light pressure onto the tongue with your teeth. This is like the same process of saying the “TH” part of the English word “the.” Once your tongue is in position, release your breath slowly through your mouth, saying T-H-H-O-H-H in one long exhale. Say the word one time per exhale. Your tongue will be vibrating between your teeth. You should feel the air moving past your tongue and teeth. If this technique is done properly, you will feel a pressure or sensation in your jaw and cheeks. The tone will also vibrate in your third eye. It may take a few seconds to adjust this, don’t worry, just keep going.
4. Do the above 5 times in a row.
5. It is very important the above exercise be done for 3 consecutive days, 24 hours apart. Then it is a done deal.
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originally posted by: Specimen
Hmm. Not really any techniques shown or explained, like for martial art per say, like using the correct movements or stances.
I'm not one to advocate the third eye meditations since I used to attempt it and actaully despise them but since then i found more appealing moods. That technique isn't not much of a technique but more of muscle flex, that can be learned pretty easy and even harder to unlearn.
It screwed with my neural synapse and even body clock. Gave me insomnia for a good while, and i could feel that region i focused on, where my head would Crack or snap.
I'd recommend zen meditation or the theology behind it. U'd be surprise what a little patience can pay.
originally posted by: AgarthaSeed
a reply to: supermilkman
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I'm definitely going to try these methods as I have some knowledge of each of these but have yet to really focus on employing them. Except kung fu.
Since childhood, I've studied and a practiced a discipline of kung fu that ironically sounds VERY similar to the style that you've gotten involved with. And I'm a strong believer in both Tai Chi Chuan and Qi Gong. I feel it's nearly impossible NOT to benefit from these two meditative arts.
So I'll just say that you and I are philosophically on the same page.
That being said, I have a related question for you or any other member that may have some insight.
I vaguely recall hearing about some sort of device that utilizes electromagnetic waves through the forehead to penetrate the brain in attempts to activate the pineal gland. Has anyone else heard of this method or something similar to it? If so, what's it called?
originally posted by: UniFinity
very nice thread and thanks for spreading awareness of such things, it is lacking on these forums in my opinion!
but I would like for everyone to consider these things before jumping in:
- why are you curious?
- how well do you know your mind?
first point is about intent. If you are not pure or altruistic than practicing this will only cause you more suffering than otherwise in my opinion. Law of attraction, karma, and all that...contemplate about your deepest desires and motivations.
Second point is about stability. This is most important and such practices can put perfectly normal people into crazy hospital if you are not careful.
That is why I would advise to practice simple meditation every day at the start and work on your mind with pure or altruistic intentions and all these things will be revealed to you naturally, when you are really ready to take all in.
Or you can do it with the power of (free)will and risk the chance of bring suffering to your mind and others around you if you mess up and attract things you don't want...or see stuff you don't want to see.
All in all, it is nothing scary and great and best things can be discovered and learned if you take baby steps in the right direction.
originally posted by: starwarsisreal
a reply to: supermilkman
Like you I'm slightly skeptical of the paranormal. However,in my case my gift came out of nowhere one day and I never asked for it. It was like as it was "given." This event caused me to think sometimes the future is set in stone. Before the discovery of the gift, I'm slightly skeptical because I grew up surrounded by skeptics from all sides and plus my major is history which is dominated by skeptics. I believe in my case I'm supposed to have the gift at a specific time whether I want it or not.