The Pineal Gland: Tuning in to Higher Dimensions of Time and Space

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A meditation (released Dec 2017) by Dr. Joe Dispenza, author of Becoming SupernaturalBreaking the Habit of Being Yourself.

“If you’re not familiar with Dr. Joe’s work, you should be! …I love his insights, philosophy and the scientific research he is bringing forward to awaken us to our true nature.”  ~L

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If someone can sit in a chair with their eyes closed during meditation and have a significantly heightened sensory experience without their senses, it begs the question: What is happening in the brain to explain this supernatural effect?

When your pineal gland (or the third eye) is awakened because it is picking up higher frequencies, these higher energies alter the chemistry of melatonin; the higher the frequency, the greater the alteration. It’s this translation of information into chemistry that primes you for those transcendental, mystical moments. Now you’re opening the door to higher dimensions of space and time.

This is why I like to call the pineal gland an alchemist—because it transmutes melatonin into some very profound, radical neurotransmitters. As you connect to deeper levels of the unified field, the brain is activated by a greater energy that carries specific information in the form of thoughts and imagery. This is the instant the brain and body receive a biological upgrade.

Since melatonin levels are at their height between 1 – 4 am., this is the best time to do this meditation.

For more information about the pineal gland and this meditation, please refer to Chapter 12 in Becoming Supernatural.  For meditation instructions, please refer to Chapters 9-13 in Breaking the Habit of Being Yourself.

www.drjoedispenza.com

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