The Pineal Gland

Written By: Gage Gorman

What is it?  

In my option, the Pineal gland is the central station of the connection of our Earth Soul incarnation to our other Souls and to the Universe.   It links us to Spirit, it allows us to see clearly and authentically, and it translates other density information between our multiple selfs in multiple densities.  

The Pineal gland is our personal stargate, meaning we can travel to other places on this planet and to other places in the universe.  Most of us are far from being able to travel with our Pineal glad at this time, but it is possible and will be possible in our future.  

Definition:  

A pea-sized conical mass of tissue behind the third ventricle of the brain, secreting a hormone like substance in some mammals.

The brain is comprised of two distinct hemispheres connected by fibers.
The pineal gland is located in the middle of the brain, in between the two hemispheres.

The pineal gland contains mainly pinealocytes, which are cells that produce the hormone melatonin; and glial cells, which are a particular type of brain cells that support neurons (the cells that transmit information to other cells).
The pineal gland is key to the body's internal clock because it regulates the body's circadian rhythms. Circadian rhythms are the daily rhythms of the body, including signals that make someone feel tired, sleep, wake up, and feel alert around the same time each day.

The pineal gland secretes melatonin, which is a hormone that helps regulate circadian rhythms. Melatonin is produced according to the amount of light a person is exposed to.
The pineal gland releases greater amounts of melatonin when it is dark, which points to melatonin's role in sleep. Many supplement manufacturers offer melatonin as a "natural" sleep aid.
Some research, however, suggests that the link between melatonin and sleep might not be as simple as it seems. These researchers found that removing the pineal gland did not affect the activity levels of rats that had normal access to light and dark. They concluded that the function of the pineal gland may be more complicated than initially thought and that its role may vary widely between different animals.

The pineal gland has been linked to a range of other functions. These include:

Bone metabolism

Research on mice suggests that changes in the function of the pineal gland might affect bone metabolism. Postmenopausal women are significantly more vulnerable to osteoporosis than other groups.
Pineal gland function tends to decline with age. The study concluded that oral melatonin supplements might help increase bone mass, which could be used in the future to protect against postmenopausal osteoporosis.

Mental health

Sleep and mental health are inextricably linked. Sleep deprivation can cause or worsen some mental health conditions. Some mental health disorders may also make it more difficult to sleep.
Some mental health conditions have been linked to access to light. Seasonal affective disorder, for instance, is a form of depression that affects a person's mood and tends to occur when light levels are low. This may be due to changes in melatonin secretion.

Pituitary gland function


The pituitary gland is a gland that protrudes from a part of the brain called the hypothalamus. The hypothalamus is linked to a wide range of hormonal functions, including growth and thyroid function. Older research suggests that the pineal gland can alter the behavior of the pituitary gland.
Melatonin may block the pituitary gland from secreting hormones that play essential roles in the development of the ovaries and testes and regulate functions such as the menstrual cycle.

Drug metabolism

Some drugs, including both recreational and prescription drugs, appear to alter the function of the pineal gland and change melatonin secretion patterns.
One study concluded that the pineal gland could play a significant role in addiction to cocaine and other psychostimulants.
One Study = https://www.nature.com/articles/1300254

Aging

As people age, the pineal gland tends to secrete less melatonin. It is unlikely that melatonin is the sole culprit for age-related changes, but reduced levels of melatonin may help explain the aging process.
Older adults tend to sleep less and may have trouble falling asleep. Changes in melatonin might explain this phenomenon.

Sense of direction

An older study of people with impaired pineal glands found that damage to this gland is associated with declines in the sense of direction.
This suggests that the pineal gland may play a largely unrecognized role in spatial navigation.

The connecting link between the physical and spiritual worlds. Considered the most powerful and highest source of ethereal energy available to humans, the pineal gland has always been important in initiating supernatural powers. Development of psychic talents has been closely associated with this organ of higher vision.

The third eye controls the various bio-rhythms of the body. It works in harmony with the hypothalamus gland which directs the body's thirst, hunger, sexual desire and the biological clock that determines our aging process. When it "awakens", one feels a pressure at the base of the brain.

The pineal gland's location deep in the brain seems to intimate hidden importance. In the days before its function as a physical eye that could see beyond space-time was discovered, it was considered a mystery linked to superstition and mysticism. Today it is associated with the sixth chakra. 

INDIGO
6th Chakra: Third Eye Pineal Gland:
Often connected to the forehead.  
Is a physical eye at the base of the brain
with the capabilities of looking upward. The Pineal Gland.
Clairvoyance, psychic abilities, imagination, dreaming

More on the Chakras by clicking here.

 

5 Ways to Activate the Pineal Gland

Activating your pineal gland may be helpful for regulating mood, sleep, and energy levels. Here are 4 ways to get started:

1. Get Out and Into the Sun

Sun exposure kick starts the pineal gland to produce serotonin and stimulates the mind. Any type of light exposure, either directly or indirectly, activates the pineal gland, prompting it to produce serotonin. 

This neurotransmitter is responsible for mood and improves energy levels. This is why it’s crucial to avoid light after the sun goes down, because you need your pineal gland to produce melatonin and suppress serotonin. 

This process can only be accomplished by reducing light from electronics and light bulbs as much as possible.


2. Sleep in Complete Darkness

A dark environment ensures your pineal gland produces enough melatonin to ensure good, restful sleep. 

Make sure you avoid backlit devices like phones, tablets, computer monitors, or TV right before bed. The lighting of these devices stimulates serotonin production, tricking your pineal gland into thinking it’s daytime, confusing your wake/ sleep cycle.

3. Sun Gazing

Sun Gazing.  The Benefits And How To Get Started.

Sun gazing is perhaps one of the most controversial exercises you can do to activate the pineal gland, simply because there’s no scientific evidence to prove its effectiveness or safety. 

Here’s the basics of the practice: within the first 15 minutes of sunlight at the beginning of the day and then the final 15 minutes of sunlight at the end of the day, you gaze into the sun for a couple of seconds, but only a couple of seconds. 

Again, sun gazing has its risks. Simply getting out in the sun and having your eyes exposed to light indirectly can help stimulate the pineal gland without having to stare directly into the sun’s rays.


4. Meditation

The pineal gland responds to the bioelectric signals of light and dark, and meditation activates this bioelectric energy. With practice, you can learn to direct this energy to this highly-sensitive organ.

 

 

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Modern Problems with the Pineal Gland


Calcification is the biggest problem for the pineal gland. Fluoride accumulates in the pineal gland more than any other organ and leads to the formation of phosphate crystals. As your pineal gland hardens due to the crystal production, less melatonin is produced and regulation of your wake-sleep cycle gets disturbed.


Research also reports fluoride hardening accelerates sexual development in children, particularly in girls. And this is a serious problem as a study from 30 years ago reported 40% of American children under 17 were found to have pineal calcification in process. Since then, we’ve see children, especially girls, experience the early onset of puberty.

In addition to fluoride, halides like chlorine and bromine also accumulate and damage the pineal gland. Calcium supplements can also cause problems. Without enough vitamin D–64% of Americans are vitamin D deficient–calcium does not become bioavailable and calcifies human tissue, including the pineal gland.

Eliminating fluoride may be the best first step for reducing health concerns. Use fluoride-free toothpaste, avoid tap water, and drink filtered water. For the best filtered water, use a reverse osmosis water filter. Eat calcium-rich foods rather than taking calcium supplements if you can get plenty of vitamin D.

How to Decalcify Your Pineal Gland


If you’ve been exposed to fluoride, your pineal gland has some degree of calcification preventing it from working well. Here are a few ways you can decalcify:
 

Tamarind Fruit

The fruit from the African tamarind tree is extremely effective at removing fluoride from the body. One study found children given tamarind excreted significantly more fluoride in their urine compared to the control group and may halt or even reverse the effects of skeletal fluorosis. 


Borax

Mix one teaspoon of borax (or boron) in a liter of water and take it in small quantities over the course of a day or two. Consult your doctor before using this method.


Zeolites

These volcanically-produced crystals have recently been discovered as a powerful way to detoxify your body. They break down hardened calcium that forms around heavy metals in tissue and removes these heavy metals from the body.
 

Cleanses

Regular cleansing enables the body to naturally remove toxins and heavy metals from the body, including fluoride.

Iodine

Halides like fluoride, chlorine, and bromine accumulate in your tissue if you’re iodine deficient, which is an increasing problem around the world. If you’ve cut back on salt and don’t eat a lot of seafood, there’s a good chance you may be deficient.

Symptoms of iodine deficiency include chronic fatigue, thyroid disease, feeling cold or a low body temperature, and hormone imbalance. To get more iodine, eat foods rich in iodine, [link to article on sources of iodine] or take a colloidal iodine supplement for the best result. - Dr. Edward F. Group III, DC, NP, DACBN, DCBCN, DABFM


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Chakras

Update: We will soon publish an updated Chakra article, as the Chakras are changing and will continue to change through our ascension process. Currently, as of December 08th, 2018, our the primary 7 chakras are consolidating or merging. the 1st, 2nd and 3rd chakra are currently all encompassing and one chakra.

As you read this research and sharing, understand there is still much to be had and benefited from in this understanding, though use discernment as the Chakras are actively evolving with us through this ascension.


Written By: Gage Gorman

Chakras are organizing centers for the reception, assimilation, and transmission of life energies.

There are many Chakras in the human body, we are going to primarily focus on 7 of the Chakras.  These can be known as the bodies primary 7 Chakras.

When the Soul enters into the humanoid body it first centers in the Heart Chakra (Fourth Chakra) and then spreads to the other Chakras from there.  Then the Soul energy spreads throughout the nadis.

Chakra One: Located at the base of the spine, is associated with survival.  Its element is earth.

Chakra Two: Located in the lower abdomen, is associated with emotions and sexuality.  Its element is water.

Chakra Three: Located in the solar plexus, is associated with personal power, will, and self-esteem.  Its element is fire.

Chakra Four: Located over the sternum, is associated with love.  Its element is air.

Chakra Five: Located in the throat, is associated with communication and creativity.  Its element is sound.

Chakra Six: Located in the center of the forehead, is associated with clairvoyance, intuition and imagination.  Its element is light.

Chakra Seven:  Located at the top of the head, is associated with knowledge, understanding and transcendent consciousness.  Its element is thought.


Chakra One:

It is the root of your being and establishes the deepest connections with your physical body, your environment and with the Earth.

Muladhara is the most instinctual of all chakras - it is your survival center. Your fight and flight response is initiated from this chakra. This is your primal, animal nature.

The energy of Muladhara allows us to harness courage, resourcefulness and the will to live during trying times. It connects us with spiritual energies of our ancestors, their challenges and their triumphs.

Since base chakra carries our ancestral memories, basically everyone experiences challenges or blockages within muladhara.

War, famine, natural disasters, and any events that threaten our basic survival, are all recorded within energies of the first chakra.

These memories are imprinted in the subtle body and are passed down from generation to generation creating unconscious generational patterns.

It is our work to take responsibility for our own lives and bring to light that which is unconscious.

All of the seven chakras are important and interconnected with each other. Usually, balancing one chakra will create change in another chakra.

It is important though to balance the root chakra first, before we proceed to others, or we will lack the stability and rootedness necessary for true transformation and personal growth.

We cannot grow and change unless we feel safe and secure.

Affirmations

  • I feel deeply rooted

  • I am connected to my body

  • I feel safe and secure

  • Just like a tree or a star, I have a right to be here

  • I stand for my values, for truth, and for justice

  • I have what I need

  • I am grounded, stable, and standing on my own two feet

  • I nurture my body with healthy food, clean water, exercise, relaxation, and connection with nature

  • I am open to possibilities

  • I am grateful for all the challenges that helped me to grow and transform

  • I trust in the goodness of life

  • I make choice that are healthy and good for me

  • I trust myself

  • I love life


Chakra Two:

The Sacral Chakra is your passion and pleasure centre and it is located in the pelvic area. While the Root Chakra is satisfied with survival, the 2nd chakra seeks pleasure and enjoyment.

The gift of this chakra is experiencing our lives through feelings and sensations.

The second chakra is the centre of feeling, emotion, pleasure, sensuality, intimacy, and connection.

The energy of this chakra allows you to let go, to move, and to feel change and transformation occurring within your body. It allows you to experience this moment as it is, in its own fullness.

The main challenge for the second chakra is the conditioning of our society. We live in a society where feelings are not valued, where passion, and emotional reactions are being frowned upon. We are being taught not to "loose control". And we get disconnected from our bodies, our feelings.

As if this was not enough, we also experience the wounds of our collective cultural struggles over many sexual issues of our society. On one hand sexuality is magnified and glorified, and on the other hand it is rejected. This results in either blocked or excessive second chakra issues.

No wonder we have so many issues with our passion centre, the wellspring of feelings, enjoyment, and sensuality.

Do you love your body? Do you enjoy feeling your body? When was the last time you walked barefoot on the grass and felt the sensation of ground underneath your feet?

The sacral chakra is also your centre of creativity.

Passion is the fuel of creative energy. Everything you create, a poem, a drawing, or a website, originates from the energy of second chakra. It is also where your fertility originates. After all, conceiving a child is a creative process.

A person with an open Svadhisthana Chakra is passionate, present in her body, sensual, creative, and connected to her feeling.

Affirmations

  • I love and enjoy my body.

  • I have healthy boundaries.

  • I am open to experiencing the present moment through my senses.

  • I am passionate.

  • I feel pleasure and abundance with every breath I take.

  • I nourish my body with healthy food and clean water.

  • I know how to take care of my needs.

  • I value and respect my body.

  • I am open to touch and closeness.

  • I allow myself to experience pleasure.

  • My sexuality is sacred.

  • Emotions are the language of my soul.

  • I take good care of my physical body.

  • I am at peace.

 


Chakra Three:

The Solar Plexus Chakra, located between the navel and solar plexus, is the core of our personality, our identity, of our ego.

The third chakra is the center of willpower. While the Sacral chakra seeks pleasure and enjoyment, the third chakra is all about the perception of who you are.

The gift of this chakra is sensing your personal power, being confident, responsible, and reliable.

The third chakra is the center of your self-esteem, your willpower, self-discipline, as well as warmth in your personality.

The energy of this chakra allows you to transform inertia into action and movement. It allows you to meet challenges and mover forward in your life.

The main challenge for the third chakra is to use your personal power in a balanced manner.

What does that mean? It means consciously harnessing the energy of the solar plexus chakra. It means being proactive rather then reactive or inactive.

Beings with excessive third chakra energy react to life circumstances, they have emotional outbursts and are often stressed out.

Beings with blocked or deficient third chakra are passive and inactive - allowing life to pass by while they do nothing.

Strong third chakra reflects the ability to move forward in life with confidence and power. It reflects the ability to make conscious choices to choose and to act.

The message of the third chakra is: You have the power to choose.

You can choose to achieve your life purpose or you can live out your karma or past experiences.

What do you choose?

Do you choose love, light and healing?

Do you accept that you have the power to choose?

Do you feel a sense of freedom when you make a choice?

The third chakra is the center of your self-esteem.

Every time you judge or criticize yourself, you deplete this chakra and weaken your willpower.

Self love, self acceptance, and acknowledgement of your own worth are the building blocks of the third chakra.

A human with an open and balanced Manipura Chakra values oneself and their work, is confident in their ability to do something well, loves and accepts oneself, is willing to express oneself in a powerful way, knows that she has the freedom to choose to be oneself and direct their own life.

Affirmations

  • I love and accept myself.

  • I stand up for myself.

  • I am strong and courageous.

  • I am worthy of love, kindness, and respect.

  • I choose the best for myself.

  • I express myself in a powerful way.

  • I am proud of my achievements.

  • I honor my self.

  • I choose healthy relationships.

  • I am authentic.

  • I direct my own life.

  • I appreciate my strengths.

  • I feel my own power.

  • I am free to choose in any situation.

  • I seek opportunities for personal and spiritual growth.

  • I am at peace with myself.

Additional Note:

In order for our will to be engaged, we must also be in touch with our desires.  How can we exert our will if we don't know what we want?  While undue attachment to our desires may keep us trapped in lower chakras, suppression only blocks the force of the will.  When a person feels deprived, unloved, or overworked, they are easier to manipulate.  The will flourishes best when we are relaxed, happy, and in touch with ourselves.


Chakra Four:

The heart chakra - the wellspring of love, warmth, compassion, and joy is located in the center of the chest at the heart level.

Anahata moves love through your life.

It is the center of your deep bonds with other beings, your sense of caring and compassion, your feelings of self-love, altruism, generosity, kindness, and respect.

Anahata is an integrating and unifying chakra - bringing to wholeness - as such, it is your healing center. Indeed, most spiritual traditions recognize love as the ultimate healing force.

The energy of anahata allows us to recognize that we are part of something larger, that we are interconnected within an intricate web of relationships extending through life and the universe.

Anahata allows us to recognize and get in touch with the sacred and fundamental truth that runs through all of life and connects everything together.

The "way of the heart" or the "path of the heart" is living your life from this energy center of love.

It means living your life with loving kindness and compassion towards others. It means that your heart is open to others and you inspire kindness and compassion in others. You create safe and supportive environment.

Others can feel your love and warmth. They feel loved and accepted unconditionally. People feel at peace around you, as there is no judgment coming from you.

When anahata is open and energy is flowing freely, you are not only loving to others, you are also loving to your self. You know when you need to say no and when you need care and self-nurturing.

All of the seven chakras are important and while I cannot say that the heart chakra is the most important, I do want to say that it is very important.

Most of the world's spiritual traditions recognize love as the unifying force, the energy that is the most fundamental part of the universe, and of ourselves.

To open to love is to reach to the deepest places and connect with our true essence, our spirit, and our soul.

Affirmations

  • I am open to love.

  • All love resides within my heart.

  • I deeply and completely love and accept myself.

  • I nurture my inner child. I am wanted and loved.

  • I live in balance, in a state of gracefulness and gratitude.

  • I love the beauty of nature and the animal world. I forgive myself.

  • I am open to love and kindness.

  • I am grateful for all the challenges that helped me to transform and open up to love.

  • I am connected with other human beings.

  • I feel a sense of unity with nature and animals.

  • I accept things as they are.

  • I am peaceful.

 

Additional Note:

There are many things, however, which reduce the flow of loving energy from one person to another.  Undue attachment to one person can reduce the flow of energy that could come from many others.  Jealousy reduces the flow of love as it dictates the they must flow within narrow limits.  Homophobia, ageism, and racism restrict love. "You cannot touch him -- he's of the same sex!" "She's too old" "They are the wrong [color, size, or background]." Any of these demarcations destroy the understanding of oneness and interdependence that is integral to the heart chakra.  If we see love as infinite, and approach it from abundance instead of scarcity, we see that in truth love is self-perpetuating.

 

Only by being balanced within ourselves can we hope to balance the world.


Chakra Five:

The Throat Chakra is the fifth chakra and it is the first of the higher or spiritual chakras on the "chakra ladder". This chakra is located in the region of neck and shoulders and its color is blue.

The gift of this chakra is accepting your originality, expressing your authentic voice and speaking your truth.

The energy of this chakra allows you to seek knowledge that is true, beyond limitations of time and space, beyond cultural and family conditioning.

The main challenge for the fifth chakra is doubt and negative thinking. When you gain and verify your knowledge through meditation and direct experience, then doubt and negativity are removed.

The "way of the Throat Chakra" is the way of inspired creativity, seeking and sharing of the truth.

It is the way of standing up for what you believe, saying no when you need to, and being open and honest in what you say.

Do you dare to be creative?

Do you dare to open up to a life full of infinite possibilities?

The fifth chakra is linked directly to your personal integrity and a sense of honor.

As a communication center, it not only allows you to express who you are and what you stand for, but also allows you to listen deeply to another.

A person with an open Visuddha chakra is a good listener, she enables another person to have the experience of being heard - one of the most profound human needs.

Affirmations

  • I am open, clear, and honest in my communication.

  • I have a right to speak my truth.

  • I communicate my feelings with ease.

  • I express myself creatively through speech, writing, or art.

  • I have a strong will that lets me resolve my challenges.

  • I nourish my spirit through creativity.

  • I live an authentic life. I have integrity.

  • I love to share my experiences and wisdom. I know when it is time to listen.

  • I express my gratitude towards life.

  • I listen to my body and my feelings to know what my truth is.

  • I take good care of my physical body.

  • I am at peace.


Chakra Six:

The Third Eye Chakra transcends time. It is located in the brain, at the brow, above the base of the nose.

The gift of this chakra is seeing - both inner and outer worlds.

The energy of this chakra allows us to experience clear thought as well as gifts of spiritual contemplation and self reflection.

Through the gift of seeing we can internalize the outer world and with symbolic language we can externalize the inner world.

The energy of Ajna allows us to access our inner guidance that comes from the depths of our being. It allows us to cut through illusion and to access deeper truths - to see beyond the mind, beyond the words.

The "way of the third eye" is seeing everything as it is from a point of "witness" or "observer", or from simply being mindful - moment by moment.

It means examining self-limiting ideas and developing wisdom that comes from a perspective that transcends the duality of good or bad, black or white. It means seeing and helping others to see the deeper meanings of the situations in their lives.

Sixth chakra is holistic in nature. When this chakra is fully activated, both hemispheres of the brain function in synchrony. The right hemisphere's creativity and synthetic thinking is integrated and balanced with left hemisphere's logical and analytical thinking.

The Third Eye is not only the seat of wisdom, but also a seat of conscience. This is where you not only see what is going on, but you also know what it means. This is where your sense of justice and your ethics originate.

When your third eye is open, you not only see but you also understand.

Affirmations

  • I am in touch with my inner guidance.

  • I listen to my deepest wisdom.

  • I seek to understand and to learn from my life experiences.

  • I am wise, intuitive, and connected with my inner guide.

  • I nurture my spirit.

  • I listen to the wisdom of elders.

  • I trust my intuition.

  • I forgive the past and learn what was there for me to learn.

  • I forgive myself.

  • I love and accept myself.

  • I know that all is well in my world.

  • I am connected with the wisdom of the universe.

  • I am open to inspiration and bliss.

  • My life moves effortlessly.

  • I am at peace.

  • I am the source of my truth and my love.


Chakra Seven:

The crown chakra is the seventh chakra and it is at the top of the "chakra ladder" which starts from the root chakra that grounds us on the Earth and progresses upward to the Sahasrara which connects us with the universe and the Divine source of creation.

Sahasrara is located at the crown of the head. The gift of this chakra is experiencing unity and the selfless realization that everything is connected at a fundamental level.

The energy of this chakra allows us to experience mystical oneness with everyone and everything in nature.

There is no intellectual knowing at the level of seventh chakra, but there is serenity, joy, and deep peace about life.

You have a sense of knowing that there is a deeper meaning of life and that there is an order that underlies all of existence.

The "way of the crown chakra" is the way of going beyond the limits of your own ego. It is the way of transcending the ego and knowing that all of creation is interconnected at a fundamental level.

A level that some call the "Akasha" or "Zero Point Field", or just "the Field". This is the fundamental level of connection.

According to Tantric philosophy, the seventh chakra is both a receiver and giver of energy and consciousness. It receives energy to sustain life and it gives back the personal energy to unite with the collective pool of consciousness.

It is the meeting point between finite (the body and the ego) and infinite (the universe and soul).

It is the place where time and timelessness intersect and where death and eternal life meet.

The thousand petal chakra embraces an attitude of gratitude for one's life.

When we realize that everything is interconnected and that we are part of the larger scheme of life, we begin to live with gratitude, faith and trust, rather than filled with fear and anxiety.

We are guided by the higher power and we feel divinity from within and from without.

The challenge of this chakra is to liberate the spirit - open to the divine - and at the same time stay firmly rooted deep in the ground.

Affirmations

  • I am part of the Divine

  • I honor the Divine within me

  • I seek to understand and to learn from my life experiences

  • I cherish my spirit

  • I seek experiences that nourish my spirit

  • I listen to the wisdom of universe

  • I trust my intuition

  • I am open to letting go of my attachments

  • I live in the present moment

  • I am grateful for all the goodness in my life

  • I love and accept myself

  • I know that all is well in my world

  • I am connected with the wisdom of the universe

  • I am open to divine wisdom

  • My life moves with grace

  • I am at peace



This video covers a basic level of the chakra information in this article.  Enjoy



Written By: Gage Gorman

References

Wheels of Life - The Classic Guide to the Chakra System By: Anodea Judith, Ph.D.

Crystal Links

Chakra Anatomy


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