Third Eye Vibration Meditation

In Kundalini yoga we close our eye lids and roll our eyeballs up to our third eye while chanting, doing breath of fire, meditating and visualizing energy. I have been doing this for an hour and a half, 3 to 5 times a week for five weeks now. I am starting to feel like a different person. My intuition is getting stronger, answers come to me easier and I feel whole and complete. I feel like I have found what I have been looking for my whole life.

By writing these blogs I am processing the precise mechanisms of my complete and utter transformation. By running around Playa Westchester 90045 wearing all white cotton clothing I am registering with the universe. I am saying: I sign up for the clean white light of infinity.


Vibrating Beyond Good and Evil

That which we label as evil is actually just a different vibration of that which we label as good.  I have done “bad” things and I have done “good” things. The bad things created a lower vibration that I am responsible for evening out. All my badness eventually comes back to me in some vibration. Today I just choose to surrender to the vibration of my third eye. Today I try to surrender to intuition. I surrender to God and infinite supply


Short Cut

Christ consciousness is a short cut to God but it lacks the ultimate body healing of Kundalini rising. Sometimes when I get bogged down with all the Sikh religion of Kundalini Yoga as taught by Yogi Bhajan, I just visualize receiving the Body of Christ. Kundalini is really precise with the visualizations of combing the energy field and grounding the fingers to the wood yoga studio floor.

Today is the first day I was able to meet my two nap a day quota in quite a while. I get so into writing these blogs that I have been neglecting my naps. My body is so strong that it only wants to sleep for 7 hours at night. Therefore if I take two naps, each for thirty minutes, I can get in my desired 8 hours of sleep per night. 

Third Eye

By Dean McAdams

Born a poor peckerwood in a Tujunga holler, Dean overeducated himself beyond his social station to end up a retired paralegal in the coastal paradise of West L.A.