Articles - The Third Eye & A Thousand
Petals in Our Brian
centre is the Agna chakra having its seat in the region between the
eyebrow sand is related to the our life-force. It is linked with the
Pituitary gland. The word 'Agna' means control, administration. This
centre controls the sensual activities.
called the 'third eye' which is an addition to the sensual
perceptions and abilities. Here only, the sixth sense is increasing
more and more to expose your potential fully. Hence, it is called
the intellectual point to control the senses.
divide the brain into three parts, the front part is the
intellectual part, having control over the sense organs. The middle
part is the lobe of wisdom, the function of which is to increase and
transform man from material consciousness to God consciousness.
part is the lobe of universal secrets. It is also connected with the
Pineal gland and therefore the universal secrets are revealed. The
Pineal gland is the master gland for psychic functions.
A THOUSAND PETALS IN OUR BRAIN
centre' (Brahmarandhra) is called as crown centre. 'Thuria' means
'highest peak'. The Brahma-randhra or the Thuria centre is linked
with the Pineal gland. The Pineal provides direct connection to the
mind and also, it is the gland for psychic functions to adjust the
focusing of the mind to anything or to any frequency. When you
meditate on the Pineal gland, the Pituitary gland also gets the
This centre is also called as 'Sahasrahara' or thousand petal lotus.
In the East, our forefathers had found that our brain has one
thousand regional valves. Each petal or valve has some specific
function. When all the thousand regional valves are activated to
function, man's intellect will increase sharply and by this
development of knowledge, he will be able to fix his mind with the
any level of universal function or the universal force.
Also practicing Thuria Meditation bring the mind to frequencies very
near to no frequency. Brahma means God State which has no frequency
at all. The top of head is called as 'Brahma-randhra'. That is this
belief which coined the word Brahma-Randhra. Brahma means god and
randhra means way or gate.