What is the Pineal Gland?

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What is the Pineal Gland?

Shaped like a pine cone, the tiny pineal gland is located in the center mass of the brain. Its main function is to produce melatonin, a hormone responsible for sleep patterns, strength levels and physical performance. Often referred to as the third eye, the pineal gland is said to have the ability to connect the physical and neurophysical within one’s mind. Just as you inherit the ability to see, hear, taste, smell and touch, this extra sixth sense is available to anyone that seeks.

Why the Pineal Gland is not recognized as a Sense

We are introduced to the five senses from the day we are born. Food, scents, sounds, what is safe to touch and what is not, is positioned in our minds. However, the pineal gland is not part of the normal human function that many have been taught. If everyone accepted this sense as a part of life, the balance of the world would be much different today.

Melatonin Regulates Sleep

Scientists have determined that the pineal gland produces melatonin, a hormone responsible for setting our internal clock. Associated with light and dark, you will find your melatonin level rising as the sun goes down. They stay elevated during the dark hours and decrease when it is daylight. Foods such as tomatoes, walnuts, olives, rice, barley, strawberries, cherries, and cow’s milk contain melatonin and can bring about a calm and sleepy feeling.

Exploring the Pineal Gland

When we allow our pineal gland to expand to its fullest potential, wonderful things begin to happen. You may experience a touch of this during sleep when the dream state is active. Dreams can be an expression of how our minds are able to perceive more than reality. Nurturing this organ through a healthy diet and preventing calcium build-up are the two most important factors to recognize.

The pineal gland can help you experience life as it was meant to be. By learning how to keep your pineal gland healthy, you can begin to learn the joys of this sixth sense. Once you experience how the physical and spiritual worlds can come together as one, a whole new outlook on life will become possible.

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