Ajna Light Benefits Meditation Practices and Therapy

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Written By Mahmoud Sarvari

Most of us would like to switch on to a better memory, a clearer mind and an improved sense of well-being but do not know how to.

Spiritualists are claiming all that and more can come from meditating under Ajna Light.

The Ajna Light reportedly stimulates brainwaves to make the mind more susceptive to an altered state of consciousness by emitting light at wavelengths that stimulate neural activity.

Many devotees to the therapy claim the light stimulates the way they interpret and feel light and sound.

Guy Harriman, the Ajna Light creator, argues the meditation technique dates back thousands of years.

Meditation and relaxation

“The flicker effect changes the way your mind works,” he said. “Your brain is always running at different frequencies, and the light allows you to easily shift from one to the other.

“One of the most interesting is that the light can take you out of a stressed state into deep meditation or a highly visual state.”

Harriman explains that the light takes people on a journey of inner exploration.

“Any meditation is relaxation,” he said. “Even if you feel you cannot meditate, the light is a tool for opening the mind and allowing whatever needs to come to the surface to do so.

“All this is good for healing and self-therapy. No one else is involved and guiding the way, so you are keeping your own power and giving nothing away.

“The light will manifest all sorts of feelings.”

For those experienced in meditation, Harriman claims the light will accelerate the process for them.

How does ajna light work?

According to Harriman, the light activates the pineal gland – or third eye – which acts as a conduit to the heart and soul.

Thousands of people are said to have experienced ajna light therapy with varying results.

Many report psychedelic experiences of sound, colour and pulsating light.

Others talk of transcendental journeys through space and time.

“The ajna light is a completely immersive experience that invites you to journey and explore your inner consciousness,” Harriman writes online.

“After their first session, many people comment on the visual broad spectrum of colours and kaleidoscopic patterns then find it astonishing that ajna lamp solely emits pure white light.

“The powerful light stimulation is designed to induce brainwave sensory entrainment that facilitates the ability to rapidly help guide individuals under the light into altered states of consciousness. The same states where remote viewing, out of body or astral projection may potentially take place.”