The Pineal Gland Explained
The term “Pineal Gland” refers to a endocrine gland, residing between the left and right hemispheres of the brain. It resembles a pine cone, hence the name. Seventeenth century philosopher and scientist René Descartes called it the “principal seat of the soul” .
The Pineal Gland is the point of connection between the intellect and the body. It is the only section of the brain that exists as a single part rather than one-half of a pair. Because a person never has “more than one thought at a time,” – external stimuli is united within the brain before being considered by the soul.
On the spiritual level, the pineal gland is our third eye -that can be activated to inner and outer world frequencies, enabling one to achieve a sense of all knowing, godlike euphoria and oneness. A pineal gland once tuned into these frequencies with the help of crystals, meditation, yoga or various esoteric methods – enables a person to travel into other dimensions, known as astral travel, astral projection and remote viewing.
On the physical level, the pineal gland creates meletonin, controlling biological rhythms and reproduction hormones. It has an impact on your circadian rhythms – these rhythms are your 24-hour biological cycle characterized by sleep-wake patterns. The pineal gland’s full purpose is still a bit of a mystery to the scientific World.