Third Eye Awakening: 5 Techniques to Awaken the Third Eye Chakra by Jon Andre LundalA short and easy-to-read 13 pages providing 5 simple techniques for awakening the pineal gland (third eye chakra). What I enjoyed most about this simple read is the author assumes you already have a knowledgeable background on the pineal gland’s many psychic and spiritual abilities, therefore dedicating more time to the techniques and less time to overview. As someone who is in the process of opening his pineal gland with a vast knowledge base of the many do’s and don’ts as far as diet, four of these techniques were brand new to me.
With that being said, I recommend this book to anyone interested in opening their third eye. I gave the book a three due to the length of pages and not due to the content which was on point. It’s my own personal book reviewing standard, I can’t justify giving such a short read anything higher than a three because I would feel that I’m doing an injustice to a more lengthy and researched book. My rating has nothing to do with the author, I thoroughly enjoyed and learned something from his work.
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