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Importance of Pineal Gland & Removing Fluoride Intake

Importance of Pineal Gland & Removing Fluoride Intake

In meditation, the third eye directly connects to the pineal gland as the seat of consciousness. Focusing on the spot between the eyebrows is said to lead us to self realization. Allowing our awareness to increase in it’s subtle qualities, we can achieve a hyper aware state of laser focus during a sleep like physical state–deep meditation. In this state, we forget our bodies and truly delve deeper into the spirit gaining further awareness of our true selves. Meditation has been linked to various effects on the pineal gland, a small endocrine gland located in the brain, known primarily for its role in producing melatonin, a hormone that regulates the sleep-wake cycle. This same gland is responsible for serotonin and potentially DMT production, although the later still needs further research to prove. Here’s an overview of the effects of meditation on the pineal gland, supported by scientific research:

  1. Increased Melatonin, Serotonin, and DMT Production:
    • Research suggests that meditation is associated with increased melatonin production. A study published in the Journal of Pineal Research revealed that experienced meditators had higher levels of melatonin than non-meditators, indicating a greater stimulation of the pineal gland by meditation. Although the direct source of melatonin production in these studies couldn’t be identified, there remains to be further research done on this matter​​​​. read more pt1. read more pt2. read more pt3.
    • Meditation practices can slow down brain wave activity, leading to a significant increase in the levels of melatonin, serotonin, and potentially DMT (dimethyltryptamine). This elevation in neurotransmitters affects the functionality and health of the pineal gland. As melatonin, known for regulating sleep, and serotonin, crucial for mood stabilization and increase; the pineal gland’s activity heightens. Moreover, the speculated (not yet proven) rise in DMT, often associated with profound psychological experiences, may contribute to this enhanced activity. This heightened gland activity is linked with a deepened sense of spiritual awareness and altered states of consciousness, which could be attributed to the pineal gland’s activation and the synergistic effects of these neurotransmitters. read more pt more pt2.
  2. Physical Changes in the Pineal Gland:
    • A study in the Journal of Alternative and Complementary Medicine found that meditation was associated with an increase in the size of the pineal gland. This suggests that meditation might promote the growth and development of this crucial endocrine gland​​. Further study is needed on this matter but the size of the gland can corelate with the amount of melatonin and other chemicals produced through meditation. read more pt 1. read more pt 2.
  3. Possible Decalcification:
    • It’s speculated, not yet proven, that meditation might assist in the decalcification of the pineal gland, which can accumulate calcium deposits over time, hindering its proper functioning. This speculation is assumed through the increased production of melatonin after meditation. Engaging in meditation practices may potentially facilitate the removal of these deposits, allowing the pineal gland to function optimally​. Currently, surgery through the process of pineal microdialysis, is one of the few documented methods known to decalcify the penial gland. As we age, the likelihood of calcium accumulation increases​. Further research on this topic is warranted. read more pt1. read more here
  4. Mood and Well-Being:
    • The enhanced production of melatonin through meditation has direct implications on mood and overall well-being. This hormone is responsible for regulating sleep cycles and its levels also influence our moods. Improved sleep quality, enhanced mood, and possibly even slowed aging are potential benefits. We can attribute this to regular meditation due to its impact on the pineal gland​​. read more pt more pt 2.
  5. Pineal Gland’s Biological Functions:
    • The pineal gland plays a crucial role in regulating hormones, light, mood, sleep, and physical growth. Its sensitivity to bioelectrical signals of light and dark in its environment is significant. Meditation can activate this bioelectric energy, directly stimulating the pineal gland​​​​. The pineal gland is considered the regulators or regulators as it directly controls other regulatory aspects of our bodies. read more pt1. read more pt more pt 3.

While the development of the pineal gland through meditation is a subject of study, the impact of fluoride on the pineal gland is another area that is actively researched. Below are key findings from various sources on this topic:

  1. Calcification and Reduced Effectiveness:
    • Fluoride can accumulate and calcify on the pineal gland, which is responsible for producing melatonin, a hormone that regulates sleep and other biological rhythms. The accumulation of fluoride in the form of phosphate crystals can create a thick shell around the pineal gland, reducing its activity and leading to decreased melatonin production. This reduction in melatonin can result in issues such as trouble sleeping, weight gain, or early onset of puberty. The pineal gland is noted as the most fluoride-saturated organ in the human body​​. read more pt 1. – read more pt more pt 3.
  2. Decreased Melatonin Production:
    • The National Research Council has stated that fluoride is likely to cause decreased melatonin production and to have other effects on normal pineal function. These alterations in pineal function could contribute to a variety of effects in humans including lower quality sleep and decreased mood. This further underscores the potential for fluoride to impact the pineal gland’s role in regulating biological rhythms​​. read more pt more pt 2.
  3. Accumulation of Fluoride:
    • The pineal gland’s unique location outside the blood-brain barrier and its high vascularization make it susceptible to accumulating significant amounts of calcium and fluoride. This accumulation is a factor in the gland becoming the most fluoride-saturated organ. The presence of both calcium and fluoride in the pineal gland can lead to melatonin deficiency, impacting sleep patterns and potentially other biological functions​​​​. read more pt more pt2.

These findings indicate that fluoride can have a significant impact on the pineal gland, particularly concerning its role in melatonin production and regulation of biological rhythms. However, the full extent and nature of these impacts, especially on sleep regulation, are still areas of active research and investigation. The effects of fluoride on strengthening teeth exist yet don’t warrant it’s addition to our water systems as it can pose many other unwanted side effects., especially when the dosage cannot be controlled. The most beneficial method of fluoride application is topically, not orally.

In conclusion, if you’d like to improve your sleep, increase brain size, change brain patterns, increase awareness and many other benefits, than make sure to meditate regularly before hitting the hay. We hope through reading this you can gain an understanding of the ongoing research in the field of meditation along with the pineal gland while enlightening yourself in how to increase it’s effects. Although in some areas, more research is severely warranted, through the current studies available to us we can clearly see the amazing benefits of meditation. It is important to establish a regular meditation practice in order to see it’s benefits. Starting be meditating a few minutes a day and increasing as your focus improves. An immediate response may not be felt. If you seek further guidance in meditation, we recommend taking the online meditation course provided by Ananda Village in California where they walk you though the techniques to facilitate and improve your meditation practice. We utilize these techniques in our martial arts practices as well.

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