5 Simple Techniques To Open Your Third Eye
The third eye chakra controls vision, intuition, perception of energies and dimensions, psychic abilities, illumination, inspiration, and creativity.
Let’s have a look at how you can open your third eye in 5 very easy ways:
Positive affirmations have the power to get straight in your subconscious mind and reprogram your brain without you having to make any kind of effort. I have prepared for you a video with affirmations to open your third eye or pineal gland, which I will link it in the comments below to make it easier for you to find it.
I would recommend listening to these affirmations for 21 days or until they become familiar with your subconscious mind.
The element of the third eye chakra is light. The more you allow yourself to spend time in the sun, walking in nature, meditating, or just laying in there, the more your body relaxes and the more the flow unlocks reaching your third eye.
3) Play with colors in your daily life
The color of the third eye is purple or bluish indigo. Wearing these colors or surrounding yourself by them is going to help you a big deal without making any massive effort.
Some of the best crystals and stones to open your third eye are amethyst, clear quartz, lapis lazuli, labradorite, moonstone. The size of the crystal doesn’t matter, as well as if you wear it as a necklace or a bracelet or simply have it in your pocket. What matters is your intention in the healing process. If you buy new crystals, remember to cleanse them before wearing them.
Processed food, refined sugars, fluoride, toxins contained in water, alcohol, cigarettes, or recreational drugs calcify the pineal gland. So if you want to open your third eye, it is very important to detox your body regularly and try to eliminate or limit anything that’s potentially damaging.
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