Innerstand the mechanics behind applying mechanical force to the Pineal Gland.

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Innerstand the mechanics behind applying mechanical force to the Pineal Gland.

Innerstand the mechanics behind applying mechanical force to the Pineal Gland. 

As you inhale, the sutures in your skull expand and as you exhale the sutures contract. At the same time, as you inhale, the sacral bone flexes back and as you exhale the sacral bone flexes forward. 

To make this natural process more effective, try the following as you inhale and exhale: 

Flex and pull your sacral bone forward, using the same muscles you use to vacate your bowel, to pull your sacral bone towards your navel. As you consciously do this, you will cause the Cerebrospinal fluid, in your spine, to propagate a wave that willmove the Cerebrospinal fluid up your spine. This upward movement, due to the mechanicL pressure applied, will increase the pressure in your brain and thus your pineal gland too. 

Breathing exercise to practice this technique

My recommendation, is to practice this breathing, technique prior to meditation, for between 3 to 5 minutes. As you practice this breathing technique, try to relax and  just be. As you relax you will feel your brain waves start to slow down, from Beta, to Alpha, to delta and then Theta. 

The secret to reaching a deep meditative state, is to keep your monkey brain busy, by focusing your attention on the cool air entering your nostrils and the warm air leaving your nostrils. (Your monkey brain is that part of you, which keeps disturbing you with random thoughts, as you try to relax and be). 

It takes practice, to place all your focus on your breathe, so when thoughts do enter your mind, acknowledge them and immediately return your focus back onto your breathing. keep repeating this, until you master it and are able to move your brain frequencies from Beta, to Alpha, to Delta, to Theta and then into an aroused state of gamma brain wave frequencies. 

Try to include this breathing technique, in a natural way, as you begin to relax, and allow your brain waves to slow down to Theta brain wave frequencies. Don’t, allow this, breathing technique to get in the way of you relaxing. Once you start to meditate, move your focus onto feeling the cool breathe enter into your nostrils and focus on the warm air, as it leaves your nostrils. 

By focusing your attention on the cool air entering your nose and the warm air leaving, you give your monkey brain, something to focus on, so that you don’t keep having random thoughts enter your mind. 

In time you will perfect the breathing technique and it will feel very natural, during meditation

How do you do it?

  • Take a slow steady, deep breathe. 
  • As you breathe in, for a count of eight put your monkey brain to work, by telling it to focus on feeling the cool air enter through your nostrils. 
  • As you breathe in pull your sacral bone towards your navel, using the same muscles that you use to vacate your bowels.
  • Next hold your breathe for a a count of eight. As you hold your breathe for that count of eight, maintain the pressure on your sacral bone, by holding pressure it by maintaining pressure on your sacral bone.
  • This action, will push the Cerebrospinal fluid within the closed nervous system, up the spinal cord, into the brain. This fluid, will then apply a mechanical force, to the Piezoelectric crystals., within the Pineal gland. 
  • As you exhale, for a count of sixteen, relax and allow the natural closing of the sutures in your brain and the gentle forward movement of your pelvic floor to maintain the pressure on the Cerebrospinal fluid and in turn your pineal gland.
  • As you become more and more advanced, you can include the process of pulling your tummy towards your spine, to apply pressure to your second and third chakras, too.
  • This process is described in detail in the video below:

This mechanical force, will then apply pressure to the piezoelectric crystals in the Pineal gland, which in turn, will convert this mechanical force into light and electro mechanical energy. This effectively activates the pineal gland and unleashes its power as a transducer. Or said differently, it activates, your pineal gland, as your third all seeing EYE.