The Healing And Uplifting Power Of The Third Eye Kiss

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If you have ever kissed someone on the forehead, then you will know how interestingly intense it is. You would think that something so simple cannot be so emotional, right?

So why is it then?

A kiss on the forehead represents a kiss on the third eye. It is much deeper than most people can realize. It is like kissing the person’s soul, in a sense. Other people do not usually touch our foreheads. We have our hands held and so forth but our foreheads are just different.

For those that do not know, the third eye is a space with a higher consciousness. The third eye is also a symbol and a part of who we are. It is usually associated with enlightenment and awareness. It is located in-between our bows. We can open it, as well as close it and it is genuinely there even though you cannot see it.


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When lips meet the forehead where our third eye is, we get a sense of awakening being brought from within. The pineal gland (our third eye) is located in the forehead. It is actually a mysterious gland that we know little about, but yet everything at the same time. It only depends on who you are asking.

A kiss will stimulate the pineal gland, as well as the pituitary gland. The result is releasing melatonin. Melatonin is actually what helps us get a good night’s sleep so essentially a good night kiss on the forehead might be benefiting you in some more ways that you can realize. The third eye kiss will bring about a sense of security, as well as well-being.

If you feel a bit skeptical, try it with your close friends and family. Or with your partner. Allow the divine touch to soothe them and soothe you too. The more that you do this, the more you will notice the results. The third eye kiss is a very uplifting experience for everyone that has the right people around them. And, of course, the right circumstances.


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This was originally published by selfdevelopshop.

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