Exploring Your Mystical Third Eye
Your third eye is an ethereal eye in the middle of our heads which enables us to see things beyond the scope and comprehension of the ordinary person. Opening it is akin to a mystical Yoruba practice called ‘weju’ – loosely translated to mean ‘wash your eyes’ or ‘open your eyes’ – which means the beholder can see not only into the future but other things.
We currently see things in Three Dimension where things have length, breadth and depth. Opening your third eye opens up a Fourth Dimension where possibilities are unlimited and its surprising that in this dimension we share our world with ghosts, disembodied entities, base spirits and even people you see and know intimately might have an alter-ego in this realm as witches or demons with hoofs and horns on their heads.
Seeing a world invisible to our own is just one of the advantages of opening your Third Eye. It also provides a source of great wisdom and knowledge aiding in one’s spiritual development.
People believe believing in the existence of a Third Eye is demonic and evil. Considering the fact we ALL have a Third Eye and it lays dormant most of the time where do you think your gut-feelings, hunches, intuition, sense of déjà vu or prophetic dreams comes from? When we pray or meditate and close our eyes, in the darkness of our heads we ‘see’ things projected on to an ethereal television screen, in our heads. This is where people see ‘visions’, inspiration or the doorway to Godliness. So irregardless of our religious allegiances we all unwittingly use our Third Eye. Like a kitchen knife that can be used for good or bad it’s up to the individual on what they intend to use the gift for – some people use what they ‘see’, quietly, for the betterment of the human race whilst others turn it into a money-making business proclaiming themselves to be ‘prophets’ or ‘seers’ who can see the ethereal world and the future.
The mystical Third Eye lies in the space in the middle of our heads between our two physical eyes. It’s not really there but we imagine it to be.
You don’t need to ‘weju’ to open your Third Eye. Many Eastern religions teach their initiates on how to open their Third Eye using a combination of meditation and visualisation.
It’s very simple. All you need is the will to believe and patience – these things can sometimes take time to develop.
Sit yourself down in a quiet room or a place where you won’t be disturbed for a lengthy period of time. Close your eyes and breath in and breath out until you’re fully relaxed and let your mind wander without focusing on anything (- try not to fall asleep!). After a while with your mind clear and free of worry you start to meditate. With your eyes still closed imagine a small T.V screen in the space between your eyes – your Third Eye. Then on this ethereal T.V screen try and visualize images appearing. Don’t force it! You may not ‘see’ anything on your first try but after a few sessions images will begin to appear. These can be images of the past, present or the future yet to come. With practice your accuracy will improve and seeing things will become a lot more easier. It’s not juju or black magic but a God-given-ability that we all possess that lays dormant with in us most of the time. There are without a doubt many other ways to open your Third Eye – through meditative prayer, going into a trance or using techniques described by many other Mystic Masters.
“… the most beautiful thing we can experience is the mysterious. It is the source of all true art and science…”
- Albert Einstein.
Once mastered the user will recognise it as a potent source of intuitive wisdom – seeing things from a different perspective and experience increased awareness and empathy. We see a clearer picture of our true life purpose and how to fulfil our full destiny. This without any doubt will be in addition to enhancing our spirituality, fostering creativity and innovation, out-of-body experiences and precognition.
Again there are people out there who think that by opening their Third Eye – or ‘weju’ – is a licence to print money becoming instant ‘babalawos’, ‘seers’ or ‘prophets’. It’s not! It’s a valuable tool in one’s personal spiritual development that is to be used for the betterment of Mankind, no more and no less.
“…Vision is the art of seeing what is invisible to others…”
- Jonathan Swift.