There will be a time when you will look back and be thankful that certain people, opportunities and things were removed from your life because you would have never found yourself had you not lost them.
Emotions are very complex and have different meanings to different people, but essentially, emotions are a conscious experience that are categorized by states of mind, external and internal reactions, and expressions.
Dopamine is a neurotransmitter. A neurotransmitter is a chemical substance that transmits nerve impulses across a synapse to a postsynaptic element such as another nerve, muscle or gland.
Serotonin is a neurotransmitter, just like dopamine. It’s purpose is to regulate mood, thinking, and impulse control.
Oxytocin is a hormone and a neurotransmitter that is involved in childbirth and breast-feeding. It is also associated with empathy, trust, sexual activity, and relationship-building. It is sometimes referred to as the “love hormone,” because levels of oxytocin increase during hugging and orgasm. It may also have benefits as a treatment for a number of conditions, including depression, anxiety, and intestinal problems.
“I am willing to let go. I release. I let go. I release all tension. I release all fear. I release all anger. I release all guilt. I release all sadness. I let go of old limitations. I let go, and I am at peace. I am at peace with myself. I am at peace with the process of life. I am safe.”
The Third Eye or Pineal Gland is located in the middle of the brain, at the same level as the eyes. Its connection with the third eye chakra or Ajna in the Hindu system has long been investigated by yogic traditions and modern metaphysics alike. They view this gland as a possible seat of the soul and its development, a source for mystical experiences and extrasensory perception or psychic abilities.
This gland is usually considered to be in charge of producing melatonin and regulating our sleep cycle and our sexual maturation. The ways it functions is closely connected to the cycles of light and darkness.
Other Third Eye exercises include:
1. Go outside and get lots of natural light.
2. Eat foods or supplements that support a healthy activity of the pineal gland (and counter its calcification), such as iodine, chlorella, apple cider, Tamarind fruit (as it helps remove excess of fluoride involved in decreased pineal activity).
3. Meditate; meditation balances the activity of the nervous system and stimulates parts of the brain that help the pineal gland.
4. Spend time in complete darkness, as it stimulates a healthy activity in the gland and production of its associated hormones.
We come into this existence as a blank canvas. The lens we view the world through is a result of the indoctrination and experiences we are either taught/consume as a child.
It is therefore our responsiblity to ensure our children are raised as free thinkers, with an acute appreciation of love and humanity. Only then can they make the right choices and paint the beauty of their own unique life.