Apyramidra Pineal Gland


The pineal gland is so named due to its similarity in shape to the pine cone, a symbol that is used in many religious themes including the giant pine cone statue at the Vatican, and the pine cone at the top of the pope's staff.

Meditating with the pinecone as a more organized approach to stimulating the pineal “dream center.”
Here are some meditative tips:
Find a pinecone and place it before you in preparation for your meditation
Light a candle while setting your focus upon expanding your consciousness
Cast your physical and spiritual eyes upon the pinecone and observe it in the candlelight
Envision the pinecone opening itself to the Light and warmth of the candlelight
As you continue this solemn, calm perception, begin to see that pinecone within your mind
Nestled warmly, snuggly between the two halves of your brain, get a clear visual of that pinecone within your mind’s eye
Now visualize your inner pinecone opening gently to take in nourishment from Divine light
See your pineal gland (pinecone) radiating and stimulated from the calming light of the cosmos
Continue to enhance this meditative experience according to your own impulses and requirements.
When you’re ready, conclude your meditation by centering yourself back into your common reality – resurface and reaffirm your bodily presence.
The idea is to tap into the pinecone and transfer its visual/symbolic qualities to the pituitary gland with a goal to expand, illuminate and ascend.

Many meditation practitioners had phenomenal results with this meditation. Namely, this exercise has catapulted people to insanely blissful and utterly unreal realms where minds are transformed in truly ballistic ways.

Just work with the pinecone as an extension of your pineal “third eye” and see what happens.

Apyramidra Pineal Gland also received the energy pattern and signature from Dr. James Wong.