posted on Oct, 24 2012 @ 01:28 AM
reply to post by BIHOTZ
Thank you for sharing your technique.
You wanna know something about Carl Jung? He experienced a very abrupt pineal awakening when one of his patients shot himself. Carl Jung was sleeping
in bed. He sat up suddenly and realized he had felt an odd pressure or knocking feeling from the back of his head to the front (or vice versa), and
did not realize it was his third eye responding to the departing energy of his client.
I don't know if Carl knew everything about the pineal at the time of his memoirs and death. He didn't explain the reason for his experience, only
recorded it so people like us would discover his life's story and analyze it. Thereby making him immortal, in a way... he shared his positive energy
with us. That night though, he experienced some negative energy. But he was very used to that -- however he had not lost someone so abruptly before
and it was shocking to receive psychic feedback from his patient.
I wish the man was still alive so we could ask him about it. I think the pineal theory is the very best so far.
People describe experiences similar to his. Vibrations and pressure, blood flow and sleep, etc.
Did you know OP that the fountain (one of them i think) near the Vatican shows the Pineal gland?
The Pope knows about the third eye lol @.@ creepy!
Some GoodWill clerk told me he collects occult books, and went on and on about the Pope and Kybalion. It was SOOO embarrassing because people were
like... waiting on us to finish.