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Trataka means to look upon, to gaze, or stare. It is focusing and fixing your view of something in a meditative/concentrated state.
Trataka greatly enhances your third eye --- it is an extremely powerful powerful practice. Slight eye fatigue may occur.
With practice, it also enables you to see astral light, auras, subtle energy and the like. You will experience visions and paranormal sight.
If your third eye is closed or inactive or malfunctioning, this practice will…
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In numerous traditions, psychic vision is associated with the function of a third eye located in the center of the forehead. According to ancient writings, the third eye enabled our ancient ancestors to observe their surroundings in a way to perceive psychic phenomena such as auras or visions, as well as infrasounds and ultrasounds, infrareds and ultraviolets, the spirits of the invisible world, etc. The third eye is responsible for the perception of a very wide range of…Continue
vibroturgy, or psychometry is the practice of the perceiving, or receiving impressions, of the history of an object. it is a method used by rosicrucians and psychic practitioners.
for example, you can pick up an article of clothing that was worn to some special event. on receiving the vibrations from when you first touch the shirt when picking it up, you can receive the impressions of things that the shirt went through, including the…Continue
"Everything flows out and in; everything has its tides; all things rise and fall; the pendulum-swing manifests in everything; the measure of the swing to the right, is the measure of the swing to the left; rhythm compensates." — The Kybalion.
Rhythm is a fundamental law of the universe. In life, many manifestations of rhythm are in plain sight. The motion of a tree being moved by the wind, or when car turning…
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The Monistic Theory
by Nhân Tử Nguyễn Văn Thọ