Prayer: Always a staple of spiritual life, while asking for help you can also ask for assistance in healing this essential gland for the third eye.
Visualization: Access your own healing power by envisioning your pineal gland as a pine cone or any cone shaped object. See the calcium built up around it, and then any way you can see fit to blast that calcium off your third eye. See it as clear and clean, bright and shining, without obstruction etc.
I did some Googling today and found some additional tips for maintaining a healthy pineal gland. Foods: wheat germ, olive oil, pineapple juice, parsley and alfalfa sprouts are recommended. Herbs: Wood Betony and St. Johnswort. Supplements: LECITHIN (Research has shown that lecithin is found in higher quantities in the pineal gland than in any other part of the body.)
Also good for pineal gland stimulation are the color violet and sunshine (bare eyes without sunglasses - but don't look directly at the sun)
Well, it's called sun gazing and I've practiced it mildly for a couple years, but you don't look long and you only do it when the sun is almost set. You can do it at sunrise also, but I'm never awake.
I enjoy working with crystals, so here are some that can activate the pineal gland: rhodonite, amethyst wands, pietersite, moonstone, purple tourmaline and ruby just to name a few. You can hold them, meditate with them, wear them or some can even be used as elixirs.
Finally, meditate, meditate, there are so many resources nowadays it's ludicrous. Thirty years ago when I began meditation there were almost none.
Keep your mind focused on the positive, do service work, think kindly, feel your feelings (to clear your water body - and this is worth a special note: if one doesn't feel pain, one doesn't feel joy, one begins to freeze. If you take off the top of the scale of feelings, you take off the bottom. Feelings, the water body, are the fastest of our bodies to heal (faster than the physical or mental), so, feel your feelings). To enter an ocean of bliss, one may cry a river of tears ... on the other side of every emotion is only love.
Eight DeKalb County communities received awards this week from the Illinois Department of Public Health and the Illinois Environmental Protection Agency for maintaining state-mandated fluoride levels in water supplies every month last year, according to a news release from the state health department.
Water departments from DeKalb, Genoa, Malta, Sandwich, Shabbona, Somonauk, Sycamore and rural subdivision Buck Lake Estates were among 435 Illinois communities to receive the awards. Kirkland and Cortland water departments were given honorable mentions for maintaining mandatory levels 11 out of 12 months.
Illinois requires communities to maintain fluoride levels at 0.9 to 1.2 parts per million to help residents prevent tooth decay, the release said.
The European Commission has just opened a public consultation process to investigate the health risks of adding fluoride to public water supplies. The Irish health authorities, through the local councils, have added hydrofluorosilicic acid to public water supplies since 1960. However, unlike sodium and calcium fluoride used in toothpaste, Hydrofluorosilicic acid is an industrial waste by-product and a very unstable chemical which over time, accumulates in our bones and organs. There is a large and growing body of long term epidemiological evidence that links swallowed fluoride to osteoporosis, thyroid malfunctions, cancer, lower IQ in babies and many other side effects.
She continued "Ironically, though our health authorities insist on adding fluoride to benefit our teeth, public water fluoridation makes the rates of dental fluorosis skyrocket. Dental fluorosis, which is the white to brown staining of tooth enamel, now, affects 40% of Irish teenagers in the Republic. Fluorosis is rarer among their peers in unfluoridated Northern Ireland. Interestingly, tooth decay rates on both sides of the border are about the same."
"Besides the danger hydroflurosilicic acid poses to our health, I believe there is an issue of personal freedom: Compulsory fluoridation of something as necessary as water takes away our choice to use fluoride or not and makes it even harder to control how much fluoride we consume."
"I would urge people to take the time and trouble to send information to the Commission and express their opinion on water fluoridation through this consultation process. When a similar consultation process was carried out by the Irish government a number of years ago, almost 90% of the avalanche of submissions were against involuntary mass medication of the Irish population with fluoride. This overwhelming majority was ignored by our then Minister for Health, Micheal Martin. I am confident that the same level of opposition will be expressed to Brussels and I promise you that I will not let it be ignored," concluded Kathy Sinnott MEP.