Causes For HEADACHES During & After MEDITATION. Third Eye Pineal Gland Activation & Cleansing


Headaches After Meditation, Pineal Gland Third
Eye Activation & Body Cleansing It’s normal to experience some discomfort
or physical pain when you start to meditate for the first time. Some individuals, not all, experience physical
pain or emotional turmoil when they first achieve silence of the mind and open the gateway
to cosmic energy. Much cleansing occurs within both your physical
body complex and subtle spirit body. Some stored-up negative energies are dislodging
and beginning to clear, causing some physical symptoms to occur. Headaches are common, especially at the top
of the head or the forehead due to the pineal gland, or third eye, getting a work-out that
it’s not used to. When you close your eyes the darkness activates
the pineal gland, which then secretes melatonin into your cerebral fluid which starts the
process of sleep. You are conscious however during meditation,
but the same effect is felt � meditation is conscious sleep. Turn out the lights, the pineal gland activates
and the gateway to intelligent infinity opens. You use your pineal gland during sleep and
at certain points of the day while subconsciously sending and receiving energies and communications
to and from the spirit world. However, the process of meditation gives your
pineal gland a more strenuous workout than usual. If you rarely used your left arm and had to
lift a heavy weight, it’d be hard work right? It might even hurt at the time or ache after. The same is true for the pineal gland. You need to exercise this organ and increase
blood flow by using it. It will become stronger as a result. During the first week or two you may experience
headaches straight after meditation. The headache can last for several hours. There are two possible causes for the headache
– the new strenuous workout as already mentioned, plus the clearing of negative energies from
the pineal gland and the head area itself. Imagine that many years of stress, anxiety,
and negative energies have built up in this area before your spiritual awakening and urge
to meditate began. The process of dislodging and expelling these
negative energies causes pain and discomfort in the affected regions of the body. As few as five to ten, half-hour long meditation
sessions could clear these blockages, but meditation should be continued to keep them
clear. Pain can be felt throughout the body. One reason is that you may not be used to
sitting in your meditative position, such as the lotus position. This may be resulting in some backache. Set down some cushions and give yourself a
back rest to lean against. Your body should adjust and get used to your
new positioning over time. Pain can also be felt throughout your physical
body, or in different areas of the body due to accumulation of negative energies. Daily stresses, worries and negative emotions
are stored in several parts of your body, but each person tends to have a main area
where these energies build up. Some people experience upper back pain, others
digestive discomfort, others headaches, and so on. Have you ever noticed that during times of
intense stress, your usual physical ailments flair up? You are collecting and storing your negative
energies in the usual place in your body. Once your area of concentrated negative energy
accumulation is targeted by healing energies, a great deal of pain can be experienced in
that area. You’re being healed however and you will feel
better soon. When you first start to meditate, you open
the gateway to intelligent infinity and cleansing healing energies. These enter through the top of the head, through
the pineal gland and trickle down through your body. Your subtle (or spirit) body is cleansed and
your physical body in turn is cleansed. Your chakras are being unblocked so that energy
is free to flow in balanced amounts, your sub energy centers and energy pathways too
are cleared and energized. Negative energy is ousted and removed. The mind is also rejuvenated by the in-pouring
of healing energies. The process of cleansing the mind, and the
unblocking and balancing of the chakras, can cause emotional flare-ups and turmoil. You may find yourself thinking ‘why am I acting
like this?’ You could become quite bi-polar in your emotions,
that is for instance, angry for a time and then very happy soon after. Stored up negative thought forms and emotional
energies are being dislodged and cleared. This outpouring of negative energies can cause
emotional and erratic behavior on it’s way out. While physical pain and emotional flare-ups
only occur for some people when they start to meditate for the first time, it should
not discourage anyone from meditating. More and more meditation will clear your physical
complaints and fully activate your energy centers, cleansing the physical and subtle
body over time. Know that the benefits both physically and
mentally will have a big impact on your life.

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