>>17242528 Only I can tell for sure about this is my experience: I never heard about the "third eye" since I felt it. Was smoking a joint for the first time.
I don't use to smoke, but I always feel it when i'm stoned. First time was amazing, I felt a pressure that I can move over some parts of my body, it was really uncomfortable in some parts, (I feel like dying sometimes) but when I started to controlling it I realize that the higher was the "pressure" the better I felt. After a time concentrating I put it all on my front (when it's supposed to be the third eye), I felt the biggest sensation of happiness I ever experienced in my life. Was like having a permanent intense orgasm in my head.
After that I did some research and I discover the "third eye idea" (but most of what is on the internet is bullshit). I tried to meditate to feel that sensation again, and I achieved it many times but only one time as strongest as the first (this time It was so strong that I felt like my front was going to break in two pieces and I chickened out and stopped it).
Since I accomplished it without weed, I can feel it when it wants to come out (its random) or if I want, concentrating (sometimes is easier sometimes is harder) and always when stoned.
However, it's just a ussless pressure, I never had visions, superpowers or any shit, the only use I can give it is recreational.
The third eye lovers can say that it's because it's not opened yet or that I don't know how to use it, and who knows, maybe they are right, but what I think is that some people experience this sensation as a one more effect of the THC, is just a fail on the nervous system, and the third eye is just a mith originated by this anatomical anomaly.
>>17246006 >parietal eye The parietal eye has a biological association with the pineal gland (it's sometimes even called the pineal eye.) However, the parietal eye has been bred out of birds and mammals including humans.
This is probably in some part responsible for the late inclusion of the pineal gland in the notion of what inspires the third eye. But the truth is that those looking for the "biological organ" responsible for the "third eye" are about on par with Christians certain that they'll find Noah's Ark marooned atop some hill.
>>17242528 >What do you guys think about the third eye? I don't know >Positive/Negative effects of messing with it? There aren't any strictly positive/negative effects I don't think. It just means you can see more. Can be a good thing because it gives you more perspective, can be a bad thing because sometimes it's better not to see certain things, or you may misinterpret what you see and act in a way that's even worse for you than it would have been had you stuck to mundane shit. Or you might straight up lie to yourself and think you see things you don't, etc. There is a certain level of uncertainty that comes with it. >Is it truly the gate to the spirit world? Maybe? Idk, I think you can look at a lot of different things. In my experience the "third eye" itself is distinctly biological, too (though I've had other cool visionary experiences without it), so it is subject to flaws pertaining to physicality as well. Not saying its even an organ necessarily but it's obviously neurological.
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