November 14, 2011 2:44 pm Community Member
The Pineal Gland is about the size of a pea, and is in the center of the brain in
a tiny cave, behind and above the pituitary gland, which lies a little behind the root
of the nose. It is located directly behind the eyes, attached to the third ventricle.
The true function of this mysterious gland, has long been contemplated by
philosophers and Spiritual Adepts. Ancient Greeks believed the pineal gland,
to be our connection to the Realms of Thought. Descartes called it, the Seat of
This gland is activated by Light, and it controls the various biorhythms 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 the pineal gland awakens, one feels a pressure at the base of the brain.
This pressure will often be experienced, when connecting to higher frequency.
A head injury, can also activate the Third Eye - Pineal Gland.
While the physiological function of the pineal gland, has been unknown until
recent times, mystical traditions and esoteric schools, have long known, this area
in the middle of the brain, to be the connecting link... between the physical and
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 pineal gland contains a complete map, of the visual field of the eyes, and
it plays several significant roles in human functioning. There is a pathway from
the retinas to the hypothalamus, called the retinohypothalamic tract. It brings information, about light and dark cycles, to a region of the hypothalamus, called
the suprachiasmatic nucleus (SCN).
From the SCN, nerve impulses travel, via the pineal nerve (sympathetic nervous
system) to the pineal gland. These impulses, inhibit the production of melatonin.
When these impulses stop (at night, when light no longer stimulates the
hypothalamus), pineal inhibition ceases and melatonin is released. The pineal
gland, is therefore, a photosensitive organ and an important timekeeper, for the
Retinal research, done with hamsters, demonstrates another center for melatonin
production. Located in the retina, this center implies... that the eyes, have their
own built in circadian timepiece. This retinal system, is distinct from the brain’s
body clock, in the suprachiasmatic nucleus (SCN). Biologists found, that they could
throw the retinal rhythms... out of sync, with other circadian cycles. They also
found, that they could set and reset the retinal clock, even when the SCN was
If you have all the sources and possibilities in past and have lost it, you will have to try hard to get it back. You need some purification of soul and thoughts and must have deep faith in super powers.
For more details you can refers the Hindu philosophyand cultures.
Even you can ask me personally if you are just satisfied with my answer.