UNCOVER THE SECRETS OF THE PINEAL GLAND
Across cultures and throughout history, many believe that the third eye (also known as the pineal gland) is the window into our subconscious. This pine-shaped gland in the vertebrate of the brain can become blocked, but there are methods for opening it back up.
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THE SCIENCE BEHIND THE THIRD EYE
Tucked in the groove where the two rounded thalamic bodies join, the pineal gland functions to:
- Release melatonin at night to regulate our dreaming state
- Release serotonin during the day to regulate our moods
- Work in harmony with the hypothalamus gland, which directs the body’s thirst, hunger, sexual desire and aging process
- During our dreamstate it releases the neurochemical DMT (Dimethyltryptamine) known to help connect people to a higher state of consciousness
DECALCIFY AND ACTIVATE YOUR PINEAL GLAND
In our rather toxic environment, the third eye can easily calcify. Learn steps to take to help the detox process.
WHY DISCOVER THE PINEAL GLAND ON GAIA?
Gaia is here with experts in the field to help you explore the impact of the pineal gland on the mind, body, and soul. Awaken your third eye and reach your highest potential with Gaia. Ready to uncover more?
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