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Mastering Intuition: Tips and Tricks for Developing a Strong Sixth Sense

Have you ever been in a situation where you just KNEW something was not right? Or perhaps, that you were right, but you could not explain why? That “gut” feeling is what we call your intuition.  

When we go with a hunch or a gut feeling, we are often embarrassed to admit how we came to a conclusion or an answer. But what if I were to tell you, you could strengthen this part of your life? Have you ever heard of “Spidey Senses?” Well, not quite that strong… but the extent to which your intuition can grow is still unknown to the modern world of Science. 

There are two different ways that individuals view the Pineal Gland. The Scientific way and the metaphysical. This article will break down both and see how you can use one to grow the other.

What is intuition?

Intuition is a natural sense that we all have, and the problem is, most of us do not use it. We don’t use this tool to its total capacity because we are told as children to only trust what we can see and touch. 

Ask any person who has had any experience with the spiritual world (or even ghosts). They will tell you they felt something before it happened or saw something that was not there… but yet was there! 

Before we scare some readers off, let’s start by taking the scientific approach to understanding one’s intuition.

Scientific Understanding of Intuition

To best understand the scientific elements of intuition, let’s start by addressing what part of the brain or body is responsible for your intuition.

The answer is the Pineal Gland.

The pineal gland is a pea-sized organ located in the brain’s center.

The pineal gland produces melatonin, guiding our bodies through the sleep-wake cycle and mediating other unique consciousness states such as dreaming and transcendental experiences. 

Given an intriguing mix of lore and scientific evidence, it seems that a healthy and fully active pineal gland is crucial for reaching our highest potential as sentient beings within an interactive universe.

Metaphysical Understanding of Intuition

The other side of the pineal gland is much more challenging for the majority of the population to understand or accept. That is the metaphysical component of intuition.

Since antiquity, the pineal gland has been recognized as the organ of spiritual connection. Known as the ‘third eye’ or ‘first eye,’ the pineal is thought to provide access to higher dimensions of experience and insight.

The discovery of the unique properties of this tiny but powerful structure remains unclear. However, the pineal gland was revered by multiple early civilizations, seemingly independent.

The “Third Eye”

Let’s take a quick look at the history of the pineal gland because it is pretty fascinating and has shown relevance in modern discoveries.

third eye for intuition

The earliest known mention of the pineal in Greek literature was in Galen’s 8th book, On the Usefulness of the Different Parts of the Body, where he referred to it as “pineal” owing to its resemblance to pine nuts.

Galen speculated that the gland regulated the flow of bile and phlegm. He noted its position in the brain’s center and drew a connection to the “third eye” mentioned in Plato’s Timaeus (c. 360 BC), which he believed was dormant in most people.

In Renaissance Italy, Leonardo da Vinci echoed Galen’s ideas about the pineal gland as a third eye and added his theory that it was where we perceived spiritual realities.

Throughout history, this small organ has been revered by different cultures for its ability to connect us with other realms or dimensions.

The metaphysical world or spiritual realm cannot be seen with the naked eye; thus, it makes sense that our third eye would be located in the center of our brain. The pineal gland establishes a direct link between your physical self and soul. 

Modern Times

Until the latter portion of the 19th century, there was very little progress in developing a modern scientific understanding of the pineal gland. During this period, the idea that the pineal was an evolutionary relic of a third eye was proposed. Also, the notion that the pineal was, in fact, an endocrine gland.

It was discovered in 1958 that the pineal gland releases melatonin, which controls the circadian rhythm. While a modified theory persisted that the gland was a vestigial atavism, further research in the 1960s and 1970s by Dr. Aaron Lerner of Yale University definitively proved that it is an endocrine gland with many functions related to light.

Melatonin has since been found to possess various biological effects in numerous species outside of humans, including seasonal breeding cycles triggered by changes in day length (or photoperiod) and other circadian-mediated phenomena. 

The pineal does not have any external opening or duct system; its secretions are released directly into the cerebrospinal fluid for transport around the body via circulation through the bloodstream.

Understanding the Importance of Your Pineal Gland

Okay, great. We now understand the Pineal Gland has been talked about for centuries, and there have been wavering beliefs linked to spirituality and modern Science. What does this mean for us today?

The pineal gland is responsible for the production of melatonin, which is essential in regulating our Circadian Rhythm (sleep/wake patterns).

If you are struggling with sleep or feel like your schedule is out of whack, then it might be time to look at ways to improve the function of your Pineal Gland.

Also, intuition has proven to be a potent tool that can be used in business, self-development, and personal growth.

Everyone has intuition, but not everyone is open to it or even believes in it, for that matter. Some people can use their intuition daily with ease, while others struggle to follow their gut instincts at all.

If you want to improve your intuitive abilities and learn to listen more clearly when Spirit speaks, you need to look no further than your pineal gland.

Calcification of the Pineal Gland

The pineal gland has been known to have different levels of calcification in different people. Several things cause this, but primarily exposure to Fluoride and other toxins in our water supply, food, and air.

Fluoride is a neurotoxin that calcifies the pineal gland and can inhibit its ability to produce melatonin and serotonin, and it also decreases dopamine production.

If you are struggling with sleep or feel out of balance, it might be time to consider how much Fluoride you are exposing yourself to daily.

The Battle Against Flouride

One of the most evident causes of pineal gland calcification and decay is Fluoride.

Universal exposure to PFAS means that all of us are coping with the toxic effects of Fluoride. 

Beyond PFAS, the phosphate fertilizer industry disposes fluoride-laden waste into municipal water supplies, then pumped into homes for domestic use and to make thousands of food products.

Over 2/3 of domestic water supplies are thought to be involved, such that Fluoride now contaminates the water table. It appears in virtually all crops grown in the United States – including organically grown produce. 

While this practice is rationalized for preventing tooth decay, we now know that dental benefits are derived from topical application of Fluoride rather than systemic ingestion. 

Furthermore, fluorosilicic acid contains multiple impurities and is far from the pharmaceutical-grade Fluoride found in toothpaste. 

Repeated fluoride exposure then occurs with advanced age, as osteoporosis releases the Fluoride accumulated in bone back into the circulation, inflicting further adverse sequelae in the frail elderly.

The Pesticide Problem

In addition to PFAS and other fluoride-laden industrial waste, individuals must contend with a host of pesticide chemicals.

Pesticides are not only on the surface of our fruits and vegetables but within the actual food substance. Scrubbing your produce may help but doesn’t solve the problem. Organic produce may escape most pesticides but is still susceptible to Fluoride in the water table.

How Can We Protect Ourselves?

So how do we protect ourselves? We can buy organic fruits and vegetables and wash everything thoroughly.

We can avoid products containing PCAS – including Teflon pots and pans, various packaging, waterproof clothes, etc.

We can use only biodegradable cleaning products in our homes.

We can stop drinking tap water, and we should even stop showering with tap water.

Hot water tanks introduce other heavy metals, and your skin is not an effective barrier.

Home Water Purification

Above all other concerns, our greatest priority to decrease fluoride intake and calcification of your pineal gland is to ensure safe drinking water.

It is essential that you at least filter our drinking water.

Ordinary water from household taps likely contains PCAS, heavy metals, chlorine and chloramines, and other synthetic chemicals.

Commercially bottled water is expensive, and quality varies depending on where or when it was bottled. Fortunately, PCAS and most synthetic chemicals may be trapped by a carbon-based filtration system of sufficient quality.

It’s important to know that the BRITA filters commonly found in stores aren’t good enough.

The PiMag Waterfall® countertop water filtration system by Nikken® is an excellent option.

This low-maintenance system works without electricity or plumbing and can be used in any location.

The unit is manufactured using recyclable, biodegradable materials, including a polymer that contains no bisphenols or phthalates and is claimed not to leach chemicals into the water.

Flouride in Municipal Water

If your municipality is adding Fluoride to your tap water (check with your local water authority), then a home filtration system that includes reverse osmosis is needed. Aquasana® provides an excellent system.

A whole house water filtration system will provide you with clean water from all of your taps, not just the one in your kitchen. It will also provide you with clean ice cubes and steam to cook vegetables that won’t leach toxins into your food.

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Showering and Bathing

For showering and bathing, a high-quality filter such as Aquasana® is required to remove PCAS and heavy metals – or at least bring them to an acceptable level.

In addition, adding colloidal silver to the water may help reduce fluoride toxicity; this can easily be done by filling a spray bottle with Colloidal Silver™ liquid concentrate before stepping into the shower or bathtub.

Conclusion

The pineal gland has been discussed across all cultures and religions for centuries but has only been studied recently.

We need to take better care of this tiny gland in the center of our brain to maintain optimal health and well-being.

There are many ways to protect ourselves from the harmful effects of Fluoride and other industrial toxins, including drinking safe water, eating organic produce, and using a sound quality water filtration system. It’s essential to be proactive to maintain our health and reduce disease risk.

We can also shower with colloidal silver, which will help reduce toxicity from Fluoride. Using a high-quality filter such as Aquasana is essential when showering or bathing to remove PCAS and heavy metals.

If you have any questions about the pineal gland and how you can prevent calcification, please leave a question or comment below!

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