The Pineal Gland is a very important part of our endocrine system. It helps control body temperature, hunger, thirst, fatigue, sleep, and circadian rhythms. It also produces serotonin, which is our happy hormone.
Activation of the Pineal Glands during meditation
The pineal gland has long been associated with spirituality, especially in yoga philosophy. According to Covington, it's a window to the spiritual world and can help us connect with the divine.
Activating your third eye chakra can lead to a greater sense of peace and awareness, and it can even improve your health. It can also be used to open your heart and release anger.
Getting enough natural sunlight is one of the best ways to activate the pineal gland. This will ensure it functions properly and produce melatonin, which is essential for good sleep.
Sensory Deprivation Tanks
Float tanks are also beneficial for promoting pineal gland health. These sensory deprivation tanks are similar to a bath tub and can be found at home or in a yoga studio.
Calcification of the Pineal Glands
The pineal gland is also a calcification target and can be affected by many factors, including irregular light and dark cycles, EMFs, sound, nutritional imbalance, fluoride, high altitude, and daily stress. Taking a healthy diet and drinking plenty of water is also important to keep the pineal gland functioning optimally.