Cosmic ordering is one of the most powerful spiritual practices that you will ever discover. For those who have witnesses the true power of this age-old form of divine meditation it has become an essential part of their daily life.
This is not a new fad or trendy pseudo religion; spiritually awakened people around the world have been activating their pineal gland to enable direct communication with source for thousands of years. The pineal gland is a small endocrine gland located at the middle of your brain. It appears somewhat similar to a pinecone, which is why it is called the pineal gland. Many ethereal teachers like to refer to the pineal gland as the cosmic eye, inner eye, all-seeing eye, or mind's eye. They often encourage us to empower the functions of our pineal gland, because this gland enables us to gain access to healing energies, which vibrate at divinely high frequency.
Many ancient civilizations and ethereal instructors strongly believe that when the cosmic eye is activated and functioning properly, it allows us to see beyond the perception of ordinary sight. In other words, it can help us see beyond the physical world. One of the ways you can personally test to see if your pineal eye could see beyond the perception of ordinary sight is to concentrate on your inner vision. One of the best times to do this is during self-hypnosis or meditation.
This powerful book uses unique, brainwave-altering audio features to guide you to accelerated pineal gland activation. When your connection to the universe is established you will be invited to place your manifestation requests directly to the cosmos.
Use every day and see rapid and dramatically positive improvements to all areas of your life.
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There's not much to it. the reading consists of a bit of background info (nothing new) then a very brief, basic visualisation, which I could have managed just as easily by myself.
The actual visualisation is very short and tagged on at the end of the book rather like an afterthought. It could have been a lot more elaborate and guided with room for individual adaptation,
Craig Beck has done some good stuff but sadly this isn't it, and sometimes one wonders if these short, 'stocking filler'-type recordings aren't just an attempt to get us to buy his other more expensive programmes.
- M. King