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posted on Jun, 29 2012 @ 02:20 PM
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Originally posted by Brujobrett13
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How did you feel yours "crack"? Were you in meditation? If you are unable to elaborate on this because of thread rules then please send me a PM, I am extremely curious as to how you accomplished this. Thanks


I wouldn't put too much weight into this. Just live of pure heart and intent. Yes, there are bad things in the food and water but you're body will let you know what to stay away from and what to have more of. Honestly, i don't put too much weight into the flouridation stuff. All I drink is water and as far as I know, the only water I seem to be able to get my hands on is flouridated and my pineal is just fine. Not that I don't think flouridation isn't necessarily bad at the levels we're exposed to but source is open to anyone. If you believe that a poor kid in the slums of Mumbai won't be able to expand his consciousness simply because of the toxicity he's exposed to on a daily basis then I have some swamp land I think you would love for a vacation home.

Again, i'm not saying to not pay attention to how you treat your body and what you put into it but there are some things that, unfortunately, due to our circumstances, we're just not able to get away from.




posted on Jun, 29 2012 @ 02:28 PM
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My apologies friend. I stand corrected. I have pm'd you.



posted on Jun, 29 2012 @ 03:27 PM
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Originally posted by xAlbinoniblAx
Sungazing (Gazing at the sun during the first 15 minutes of sunrise and last 15 minutes of sunset will do wonders for your pineal gland)


Not a good idea. Or sure, if you wish to melt your retinae...

Tbh, this is one of the most ridiculous things I've ever heard. I mean, how could this possibly even work? Light doesn't enter the skull, so why would there be any reason to believe this is somehow beneficial??
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posted on Jun, 29 2012 @ 11:10 PM
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Originally posted by Kryom

Originally posted by xAlbinoniblAx
Sungazing (Gazing at the sun during the first 15 minutes of sunrise and last 15 minutes of sunset will do wonders for your pineal gland)


Not a good idea. Or sure, if you wish to melt your retinae...

Tbh, this is one of the most ridiculous things I've ever heard. I mean, how could this possibly even work? Light doesn't enter the skull, so why would there be any reason to believe this is somehow beneficial??



Sungazing is a practice that includes gazing at the sun for nourishment or as a spiritual practice, and is also part of the Bates method, an alternative therapy developed by eye-care physician William Bates that intended to improve eyesight. Nearly all sight problems to habitual strain of the eyes, and he felt that exposing the eyes to sunlight would help alleviate the "strain". I am not asking you to stare at the sun at its highest peak, because yes that would definitely cause solar retinopathy and lead to permanent eye damage or blindness, but this would not be likely during the first and last 15 minutes of the sun's appearance, especially because Bates concludes that the practice of sungazing should only be done with closed eyelids. Allowing the sun to shine upon closed eyelids is beneficial.

Who says you have to sungaze with your eyes open? Bates believed that the eyes were benefited by the closed-eye sungazer without injury or discomfort". This being very early or very late in the day when the sun's radiation is at a low but beneficial level. Here is some information about William Bates and the Bates Method
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posted on Jun, 30 2012 @ 01:42 PM
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Originally posted by xAlbinoniblAx

Originally posted by Kryom

Originally posted by xAlbinoniblAx
Sungazing (Gazing at the sun during the first 15 minutes of sunrise and last 15 minutes of sunset will do wonders for your pineal gland)


Not a good idea. Or sure, if you wish to melt your retinae...

Tbh, this is one of the most ridiculous things I've ever heard. I mean, how could this possibly even work? Light doesn't enter the skull, so why would there be any reason to believe this is somehow beneficial??



Sungazing is a practice that includes gazing at the sun for nourishment or as a spiritual practice, and is also part of the Bates method, an alternative therapy developed by eye-care physician William Bates that intended to improve eyesight. Nearly all sight problems to habitual strain of the eyes, and he felt that exposing the eyes to sunlight would help alleviate the "strain". I am not asking you to stare at the sun at its highest peak, because yes that would definitely cause solar retinopathy and lead to permanent eye damage or blindness, but this would not be likely during the first and last 15 minutes of the sun's appearance, especially because Bates concludes that the practice of sungazing should only be done with closed eyelids. Allowing the sun to shine upon closed eyelids is beneficial.

Who says you have to sungaze with your eyes open? Bates believed that the eyes were benefited by the closed-eye sungazer without injury or discomfort". This being very early or very late in the day when the sun's radiation is at a low but beneficial level. Here is some information about William Bates and the Bates Method
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Closing your eyelids won't help much, radiation will still get through. And all solar radiation is harmful to the eye, so while the radiation might be reduced at sunrise/set, I still wouldn't call it safe.
Sungazing damage report

I've read of the Bates method before, but couldn't find any reliable & recent proof of it actually working.



posted on Jun, 30 2012 @ 02:12 PM
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Sunlight stimulates the Pineal gland through just that, light. It is made up of the seven essential colors: Red, Orange, Yellow, Green, Blue, Indigo, and Violet. These colors represent your chakra centers, and are evident in the seven note musical scale: Do, Re, Mi, Fa, So, La, Ti. Each one resonates and stimulates a certain energy center, and are synchronized with each day of the week representing the rainbow colors...

Look into color therapy...



posted on Jun, 30 2012 @ 02:14 PM
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Not all sunlight exposure and radiation is dangerous...Up to an hour after sunrise, and an hour before sunset is safe, while the Sun is lowering to the horizon. The UV radiation is quite low, and also causes your body to produce Vitamin A, Retinol Palmitate, the only vitamin that your body even uses.



posted on Jun, 30 2012 @ 03:41 PM
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What I'm saying, is that direct solar radiation to the eye (staring at the sun), is always dangerous, under any circumstances (period!
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Vitamin D is produced in the skin while sunbathing. Not vitamin A. And this is about the only beneficial effect sunlight has on us.
UV radiation in sunlight induces vitamin A deficiency in human skin Hmm...
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Light stimulating the pineal gland... I guess this a matter of perspective, but it's not really the light itself stimulating the gland. It's only the nerve signals triggered by the luminance (not the color) of the light. The gland is all around fairly simple in it's function, it's pretty much either on or off. When the intensity of light seen is above threshold, the gland is mainly dormant. When below threshold, it 'turns on' and starts producing melatonin.
Light doesn't physically enter the gland at any time.

Now this is all common knowledge of course, but where I'm getting at, is I don't think this gland is at all as special as it's made out to be. People with large pineal tumors get the gland surgically removed, and afterwards don't notice any difference at all in their lives...
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posted on Jun, 30 2012 @ 04:26 PM
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I did not confuse Vitamin D and Vitamin A. I am aware of sunlight stimulating Vitamin D production, however it also causes your body to make Vitamin A when sungazing.

www.in5d.com...

The two eyes actually connect back to the third eye. Because light is a vibration, vibrations stimulate the Pineal gland. Why do you think mantras are chanted during meditation?



posted on Jun, 30 2012 @ 05:26 PM
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Originally posted by VeritasAequitas
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I did not confuse Vitamin D and Vitamin A. I am aware of sunlight stimulating Vitamin D production, however it also causes your body to make Vitamin A when sungazing.

www.in5d.com...

The two eyes actually connect back to the third eye. Because light is a vibration, vibrations stimulate the Pineal gland. Why do you think mantras are chanted during meditation?


Vitamin A is actually not synthesized in the body at all, we get it from food.

Information of the frequency of light is not carried over in to the pineal gland, if that is what you mean by vibration.

I guess chanting is used to help regulate breathing rhytm. And to induce a hypnotic effect in the brain (not in the pineal gland, which isn't even part of the brain).



posted on Jun, 30 2012 @ 05:34 PM
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Sigh, one of the main focuses of meditation is the pineal gland, ajna chakra. Most of the mantras produce certain vibrations through your nasal bones. You know the classic Aum or Om associated with meditation? It's the note that stimulates your third eye. You couldn't even live without the Sun, is it so hard to believe it doesn't just give you vitamin d only?



posted on Jun, 30 2012 @ 05:44 PM
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Originally posted by VeritasAequitas
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Sigh, one of the main focuses of meditation is the pineal gland, ajna chakra. Most of the mantras produce certain vibrations through your nasal bones. You know the classic Aum or Om associated with meditation? It's the note that stimulates your third eye. You couldn't even live without the Sun, is it so hard to believe it doesn't just give you vitamin d only?


Well ok, let's say the vibrations and all do have an effect on your pineal gland, now why would this affect your consciousness? Or of course if you believe the pineal gland to be the seat for the soul, in which case I apologize for sounding arrogant, but I try to take a more 'scientific' view on things.

Physically, humans are able to live without the sun, easily. The effects on your mental health would be a different thing though.



posted on Jun, 30 2012 @ 05:57 PM
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I don't mean just the light. I mean on a grander scale...No sun equals no plant life, no plant life equals less oxygen, and so on.



posted on Jun, 30 2012 @ 06:06 PM
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Oh, of course, that I have to agree with.



posted on Jun, 30 2012 @ 06:09 PM
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Well, then I am happy that we could come to an understanding... Namaste..



posted on Jun, 30 2012 @ 06:11 PM
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Originally posted by conspiracy88

Originally posted by BlueMule
Sometimes when I fast and meditate I can see a light shining behind my eyes, in my head. I wonder if its something to do with this.

www.souledout.org...



Wishful thinking my friend. When you see the blue pearl it will be unmistakable. There will be no, "I think" or "could this be it?" It takes a long time to see the blue pearl. You have to be of pure heart and mind to see it. It's the sign of a wise and adept soul. I say that everything that happened prior to the blue pearl was amazing but everything from the blue pearl on was really the start of the journey.

The light shining behind your eyes is simply illumination. You're steering on the right path but like I said, when you see the blue pearl, it will be unmistakable.

Also, meditation does not automatically equal awakened.
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to the unborn, non developing truth body mentor
in the palace of the perfect, all pervading realm of truth
with reverent devotion, ardently I pray,
self-free without abandoning misknowing delusions
I freely accept the perfect truth body blessing
as effortless, nonartificial, primal wisdom

imagine your mentors blue heart glow as it fuses into your own



posted on Jun, 30 2012 @ 06:59 PM
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While I have a good imagination, I cannot imagine how primative people on their own came to realize that there was such an organ in the brain and about its importance.


I can imagine one way. Imagine one prehistoric person eating as a cannibal . "Nom nom nom. Mmmm. Brains. Nom nom nom." Crunch Pop "Hmmm. what was that? "


I was reading the below linked website, earlier this morning, before stumbling on this thread.

biologyofkundalini.com...



posted on Jun, 30 2012 @ 09:33 PM
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Originally posted by Kryom

Well ok, let's say the vibrations and all do have an effect on your pineal gland, now why would this affect your consciousness? Or of course if you believe the pineal gland to be the seat for the soul, in which case I apologize for sounding arrogant, but I try to take a more 'scientific' view on things.


Actually the pineal gland affects your consciousness dramatically, this gland is the key to excessing the higher vibrations of consciousness that give Human Beings the ability to transcend time and space. Spiritual teachers throughout the ages have associated the pineal gland with the connection to the higher worlds, the connection between our physical and spiritual self, and home to our spiritual senses(clairvoyance,telepathy,etc) rather than the 5 physical senses most believe are the only senses that exist.

The power to excess higher knowledge through the pineal gland has been under attack and the few people who rule this earthly plane of existence know that Human Beings taped into the infinite power of the universe through the pineal gland can’t be easily deceived and controlled. They attack us through sodium fluoride in our water, toothpaste, and even processed foods; fluoride is the number one ingredient in rat poison and antidepressant drugs causing calcification of the pineal gland. As the pineal gland calcifies it hardens, and as you can imagine prevents it from functioning properly, and is the reason a majority of humans cannot access their spiritual senses. I hope that you can make sense of this, as this is the tiniest, most crucial tool that we have stowed away in the recesses of our skull that can save us from destroying ourselves indefinitely. Thank you for your time

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posted on Jul, 1 2012 @ 01:07 AM
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Careful, Fluoride is not the biggest ingredient in rat poison...Warfarin/Coumadin is/are. They actually use it as a blood thinner in the medical world nowadays, which is sickening. Vitamin E is a natural blood-thinner with no overt side effects.

www.livestrong.com...

Also part of the blood thinning purpose is because peoples arteries, like their heart, become clogged with calcium, and the valves become hardened or calcified...

This may be remedied due to Vitamin K2, which is the Activator X of Dr. Price. This is where the deep orange color comes from in the Rat/Skatefish liver oil.. It moves the calcium from your heart, arteries, and soft tissues, then deposits it into the bones where it goes.

My father just had a heart attack the other day, and they put three stints in him at the hospital. Now I've heard that they are going to try and put him on blood thinners. When I went into the hospital last night, I notified his RN about Vitamin K2 being able to take care of his problem. She just told me she didn't have any idea what I was talking about and half-heartedly said she would pass it onto his doctor...Yet they are still making the same errors. It's no wonder that when doctors go on strike the mortality rate actually goes DOWN. It's because they haven't got a single idea how the human body really works, and only know how to cover up the problems; instead of fixing them like they are supposed to.

The level of ignorance in this country is appalling...



posted on Jul, 1 2012 @ 07:22 AM
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Originally posted by VeritasAequitas
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Careful, Fluoride is not the biggest ingredient in rat poison...Warfarin/Coumadin is/are. They actually use it as a blood thinner in the medical world nowadays, which is sickening. Vitamin E is a natural blood-thinner with no overt side effects.

www.livestrong.com...

Also part of the blood thinning purpose is because peoples arteries, like their heart, become clogged with calcium, and the valves become hardened or calcified...

This may be remedied due to Vitamin K2, which is the Activator X of Dr. Price. This is where the deep orange color comes from in the Rat/Skatefish liver oil.. It moves the calcium from your heart, arteries, and soft tissues, then deposits it into the bones where it goes.

My father just had a heart attack the other day, and they put three stints in him at the hospital. Now I've heard that they are going to try and put him on blood thinners. When I went into the hospital last night, I notified his RN about Vitamin K2 being able to take care of his problem. She just told me she didn't have any idea what I was talking about and half-heartedly said she would pass it onto his doctor...Yet they are still making the same errors. It's no wonder that when doctors go on strike the mortality rate actually goes DOWN. It's because they haven't got a single idea how the human body really works, and only know how to cover up the problems; instead of fixing them like they are supposed to.

The level of ignorance in this country is appalling...


Hmm, yes sorry about that but nevertheless rat poison does however contain this dangerous chemical, but it seems you have only focused your attention to fluoride and not the other very important messages in my post. What are your thoughts on the rest of it? You do seem to carry spiritual qualities about you, noticing that you have mentioned the powerful terms of meditation and namaste in your previous posts

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