The Third Eye

The Third Eye is a region of the head that psychic information and dream stuff uses as a mechanism to alert conscious mind it is there it be perceived, It consists of the pineal gland.

There are two physical eyes, we all can see. There is not a third eye physiologically in your body, it is a metaphor. When you look into existence with absolute undivided consciousness, then you are one. When Jesus said to his disciples, “If your become of one eye, then you will know my Kingdom of God. If you attain one eye, then all bliss be yours and all benediction”. He is talking about third eye.

Two points must be understood; First, being energy of the third eye us really same as two physical eyes. The third eye is non-functioning, it cannot see unless physical eyes become unseeing. The same energy must move into third eye. It needs energy to function, and same energy has to be redirected.

Secondly, when you are seeing through physical eyes, you are seeing through physical body. Third eye is not part of physical body; but subtle body (suksham sharir). That’s why physiology cannot believe that there is an existence of third eye.

With third eye functioning, you can enter a different dimension. With third eye you can see things which are invisible to the physical eye but visible to the subtle eye. With third eye functioning, you look at a person, you look at the person’s soul, at the spirit, not at physical body through physical eyes, but you cannot see the soul.

The movement through third eye transforms into a new world, a subtle world. You start seeing things you have never seen.

The third eye is the conscience, the two physical eyes see the past and present, while the third eye reveals the insight of the future.

The Ten Karmas of Mantras For A Yogi

In the world of Yogi, there are 10 karmas of mantras that one must familiarise themselves with and follow in order to maintain a blissful presence. They are, as outlined below:

  1. SHANTI (PEACEFUL) KARMA: Mantras that free one from diseases, psychological problems, fear, illusions, and worldly and environmental troubles; and mantras done without any desire for reward, power, or attachment.
  2. ISTAMBHAN (PARALYZING) KARMA: Mantras used to stop the movement of any living thing or inanimate object in nature.
  3. MOHAN (ATTRACTING) KARMA: Mantras used to attract a man, woman, or animal. Mesmerism and hypnotism come under this category. Also known as SAMMOHAN.
  4. UCHCHATAN: Mantras used to disturb the mental equilibrium of any living being. Such a mantra increases doubt, uncertainty, fear, and delusion, and the person influenced by it starts acting as if possessed.
  5. VASHIKARAN: Mantras used to enslave somebody. The one on whom the mantra is used loses his own discrimination and will and becomes like a puppet. Vashikaran means controlling the consciousness of the one on whom the mantra is used. (Vash = control, karan = doing)
  6. AKARSHAN: Mantras used to attract somebody who is living at a distant place.
  7. JRAMBHAN: Mantras used to change behavioral pattern, so that the one on whom the mantra is used starts acting the way the one using the mantra wants.
  8. VIDWESHAN: Mantras used to create opposition between two individuals. This kind of mantra creates anger, hatred, jealousy, and aggression in both individuals toward each other. With others their behavior remains as usual; it only changes with the one whom the user of the mantra chooses, and the result is animosity.
  9. MARAN: Mantras used to kill somebody. This kind of use of mantra brings instanteous death without any physical ailment or disorder.
  10. PUSHTI KARMA: Mantras used to increase one’s own or another’s wealth, name, fame, goodwill, social status, power, etc. Also known as PAUSTIK.

It is important to not only recognize each one of these karmas, but to also appreciate them as a whole and to appreicate the balance of the ten.