Open Your Third Eye and Awaken Your Pineal Gland

Pineal Gland Activation Course

World renowned expert on the pineal gland, Shaktipat Seer has helped thousands around the planet activate their pineal gland safely. Through pineal gland activation you can have a thorough cleansing of your aura, bringing into full effect the latent kundalini powers of your body. Over the years he has perfected his ability to give direct transmission of Spiritual Energy to the Third Eye Chakra, setting alight the glowing powers of the Philosophers Stone of the Neo Cortex region. Discover A Simple System That Anyone Can Do, Regardless Of Age Or Ability And From The Comfort Of Their Own Home. Through Pineal Gland Activation You Can Have A Cleansing Of Your Aura, Bringing Into Full Effect The Latent Kundalini Powers Of The Body Leading To. Shaktipat Seer is not trying to give you some cooky pseudo-science that many snake oil salesman push that has no real transcendental benefit. Instead he is merely presenting the natural way that this process has been effected (through transmission of Shakti to the Third Eye) in the East (India,Tibet,China etc.) for thousands and thousands of years.

Pineal Gland Activation Course Overview


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General Information

Melatonin (N-acetyl-5-methoxytryptamine) is a neurohormone secreted by the pineal gland from the amino acid precursor l-tryptophan. Its endogenous secretion is photosensitive and has a circadian rhythm plasma melatonin concentrations are highest at night in both diurnal and nocturnal animals, and fall with age (1). The nocturnal melatonin peak coincides with a drop in body temperature and increased sleepiness in healthy humans. Oral melatonin has a short half-life (30-50 minutes) and extensive first-pass metabolism. Its clearance is reduced in severe liver disease (2).

TABLE 51 Sleep Hygiene Techniques

Melatonin is a naturally occurring pineal gland peptide hormone available in OTC formulations. The FDA classifies it as a nutritive or dietary supplement. As dietary supplements are not reviewed by the FDA, the strength and purity of mela-tonin cannot be guaranteed. When taken orally, melatonin alters circadian rhythms, lowers core body temperature, and reduces daytime alertness. Melatonin may be particularly effective when the normal circadian cycle is disrupted (e.g., jet lag, shift work). Also unregulated, valerian may alleviate mild, short-term insomnia, but safety and efficacy have not been established.

Therapeutic Potential Of Oxidative Metabolites Of

AEA is also a substrate for porcine leukocyte, rabbit reticulocyte, and rat pineal gland LOXs, which are nonheme iron-containing dioxygenases (Hampson et al., 1995 Ueda et al., 1995). LOXs catalyze the conversion of substrates containing one or more (1Z,4Z)-pentadiene systems into 1-hydroperoxy-2Z,4 -pentadiene derivatives, which are readily reduced to their hydroxy derivatives. Human platelets convert AEA into 12-hydroxyanandamide (12-HAEA), and human polymorphonuclear leukocytes oxygenate AEA to 12-HAEA and 15-hydroxyanandamide (15-HAEA Figure 20.1) (Edgemond et al., 1998). Also, 2-AG can be converted by porcine leukocyte 12-LOX in vitro and in transfected COS-7 cells to generate 12S-hydroxyeicosa-5,8,10,14-tetraenoyl glycerol ester (Moody et al., 2001). An interesting point is that the affinities of 12S-HAEA for rat CBjR and human CB2R were similar to those of AEA, whereas 15S-HAEA was approximately sixfold less potent than AEA at rat CBj receptors (Table 20.3). We have recently...

The Neurobiology Of Depression

(4) Changes in neuroendocrine responses to challenges with drugs that target specific monoamine receptors (e.g. the a2-adrenoceptor agonist, clonidine, stimulates growth hormone secretion while -adrenoceptor activation stimulates melatonin secretion from the pineal gland).

Anterior pituitary hormones

Melatonin is secreted by the pineal gland. Melatonin secretion is regulated on the basis of photic stimuli in the absence of photic stimuli (at night), melatonin secretion increases. Melatonin coordi nates biological rhythms. It also stimulates progesterone secretion, inhibits prostaglandin synthesis, and has (experimentally) a tocolytic effect (Ayar 2001). The human fetal suprachiasmatic nucleus expresses melatonin-binding sites, and is therefore likely to be affected by both endogenous and exogenous melatonin, with consequences for the prenatal and postnatal expression and entrainment of circadian rhythms. The relevance of melatonin to the maintenance of pregnancy at the feto-maternal interface has been investigated, and results suggest that melatonin seems to regu late the human placental function in a paracrine autocrine manner (Iwasaki 2005). There is insufficient experience with the therapeutic use of melatonin (for instance, for prevention of jetlag after intercontinental...

Reflections Two Years Later

Around 8 30 pm, I was given a 10 ml booster and almost immediately threw up. When I came back to my place in the Circle, I focused my awareness more deeply into my brain to feel the effects of the medicine. I sank deep within the actual substance of the brain, experiencing there a serpentine consciousness in the physical form and experiencing electrical currents running through the brain in the form of little serpents. The close physical proximity of these serpents to the ajna (third eye) and crown chakras made me think how curious was this juxtaposition of pure consciousness and serpentine substance. I observed that these two opposites were close, but not interrelating at this point.

Health Supplement Alert Melatonin

Melatonin is a hormone produced by the pineal gland in the brain. The use of melatonin obtained from animal pineal tissue is not recommended because of the risk of contamination. The synthetic form of melatonin does not carry this risk. However, melatonin is an over-the-counter dietary supplement and has not been evaluated for safety, effectiveness, and purity by the FDA. All of the potential risks and benefits may not be known. Supplements should be purchased from a reliable source to minimize the risk of contamination. Melatonin has been used in treating insomnia, overcoming jet lag, improving the effectiveness of the immune system, and as an antioxidant. The most significant use is for the short-term treatment of insomnia at low doses. Individuals wishing to use melatonin should consult with their primary health care provider or a pharmacist before using the supplement. Possible adverse reactions include headache and depression. Drowsiness may occur within 30 minutes after taking...

The Pineal Meet the Spirit Gland

V_Jne of my deepest motivations behind the DMT research was the search for a biological basis of spiritual experience. Much of what I had learned over the years made me wonder if the pineal gland produced DMT during mystical states and other naturally occurring, psychedelic-like experiences. These are ideas I developed before performing the New Mexico research. In chapter 21, I enlarge these hypotheses to incorporate what we discovered during the experiments themselves. In this chapter I will review what we know about the pineal gland. In the next, I will elaborate upon these data to suggest conditions in which the pineal, in its role as a possible spirit gland, might make mind-altering amounts of endogenous DMT. Jim sat back and looked thoughtful, or so it seemed his face was nearly invisible because of the sun's rays behind him. You ought to look into the pineal gland, he said at last. My wife Dorothy is making a film about the experience of inner light described by mystics. The...

The Transcultural Phenomenon

because of its close resemblance to substances derived from the pineal gland of mammals. In particular, 10-methoxy-harmaline, which may be obtained in vitro from the incubation of serotonin in pineal tissue, resembles harmaline in its subjective effects and is of greater activity than the latter. This suggests that harmaline (differing from 10-methoxy-harmaline only in the position of the methoxy group) may derive its activity from the mimicry of a metabolite normally involved in the control of states of consciousness.*

Tiger Tiger Burning Bright

* In man the pineal gland, which rises conelike from the third ventricle of the brain, is a vestigial organ, representing more evolved forms in lower vertebrates and their long-extinct reptilian ancestors. The pineal body has sometimes been thought to be the seat of the soul. Serotonin is a neuro-transmitter agent that occurs naturally in the mammalian brain, including that of man, and, interestingly enough, also in the venom of toads (Bufo spp.). The highest concentrations of serotonin have been found in the brains of schizophrenics. See also the first footnote in Chapter Six, below.

Being a Volunteer

Before this meeting took place, I sent him a packet of files, including a copy of the informed consent document for his particular study, several popular articles about DMT, and a paper I wrote some years before about the pineal gland, DMT, and consciousness. Later, when the project was well underway, I included papers describing the results of our own work.


In vitro, 12- and 15-LOX convert anandamide to 12- and 15-hydroperoxyeicosatetraenoyl acid (HPETE) ethanolamide, respectively, the reaction rates being similar to those for arachidonic acid (see Kozak and Marnett, 2002). 12- and 15-HPETE-ethanolamide are produced when anandamide is incubated with porcine leukocyte 12-LOX and rabbit reticulocyte 15-LOX, respectively (Ueda et al., 1995). In line with this, 12-LOX isolated from the rat pineal gland effectively metabolizes anandamide (Edgemond et al., 1998). In these studies, the reaction rates for anandamide metabolism were found to be not significantly different from those obtained with arachidonic acid as substrate. However, anandamide does not appear to be oxygenated by human platelet 12-LOX or by porcine 5-LOX (Ueda et al., 1995). In platelets stimulated with A23187, 15-HETE(5)-ethanolamide and 12(,S')-I II i l l i-ethanolamide are formed as the principal oxygenated derivatives of anandamide (Edgemond et al., 1998).


A master hormone secreted by the pineal gland that regulates a number of the body's functions and life cycles, including the onset of puberty it is stimulated by darkness and suppressed by light. Production decreases with age when the pineal gland becomes worn out and calcified, which may explain why older people have insomnia. Some elderly people lose their ability to produce it altogether. It appears to be nontoxic, though much research still needs to be done, and harmful side effects may yet be uncovered. Most studies have been done on rats, which do not produce their own melatonin. Side effects may include depression, diarrhea, headaches, insomnia, nightmares, grogginess or fuzzy thinking upon arising from sleep, and a reduced sex drive. Taking it at the wrong time could cause problems, such as falling asleep at the wheel of a car taking too much (more than 0.3 mg) in efforts to fall asleep could result in a melatonin hangover the next day. Paradoxically, women who take it for...


N,N-Dimethyltryptamine and 5-Methoxy-Dimethyltryptamine are naturally occurring psychedelics found in a variety of plants around the world, several of which are native to the Amazon region. These alkaloids, which are usually found together in the plants, are also found in the human brain as neurotransmitters, as well as m our blood, urine, and spinal fluid 1 . DMT is produced in the human pineal gland which is correlated to the 3rd eye or Ajna Chakra in the Indian spiritual system. Meditative states attained by yogis who concentrate on the 3rd eye may be the result of increased DMT levels. DMT is produced in heavy concentration in the glands of some tropical toads, such as Bufo Alvarius. Some people actually make a practice of squeezing out this venom, then drying and smoking it to get high.