What is…

The Thousand Petal Lotus?

This awesome visual metaphor of the blossoming Thousand Petal Lotus is associated with an active crown chakra, the energy centre at the top of the head. But what does this actually mean in our 4D reality? And how does this mystical activation occur?

During the recent Lemurian Choir Brussels Rehearsal, Dr. Todd Ovokaitys stated that The Thousand Petal Lotus is synonymous with the activation of the pineal gland (also known as the third eye), which effects an opening of our inner perceptual pathways. Thus, we experience heightened intuition, profound tranquility and potentials to receive new information. The secretory activity of the pineal is only relatively understood. Historically, its location deep in the brain, suggested to philosophers that it possesses particular importance. René Descartes, who dedicated much time to the study of the pineal gland, called it the “principal seat of the soul.” The mystical concept of an inner third eye is an ancient philosophy, especially in South & East Asia. The practice of focusing on the third eye is an important part of many spiritual and meditation systems, and certainly features strongly in Kriya Yoga practice.

There is a strong possibility that key aspects of spiritual systems eventually lead to pineal activation with diligent and regular practice. We learned from Dr. Todd that sound vibration, when used in a specific way, also has the potential to activate the pineal gland, hence the sacred nature of these ancient Lemurian pineal tones. The familar nature of these tones connect stronlgy with Tibetan chants, and so it is little wonder that sound creation is so fundamental to practicing Buddhist monks. Could this be yet another example of how certain practices perceived as mystical are actually rooted in the science of bio-magnetics? We’re really hoping to found out for ourselves!

Anything is possible.