The Ajna Light was designed for an alternative approach to therapies by Guy Harriman (above)and a thrilling gateway tool for guiding explorations of consciousness. Many of the reported experiences under the light range from relaxing meditation, to something of the extraordinary.
The light uses powerful dynamic neural stimulating brainwave technology to help induce altered states of consciousness which is known to be quick and effective, making the Ajna Light a breakthrough tool for meditation.
The development of the light is based off therapeutic applications within the biofeed back field on the clinical observations of the brain’s electrical activity or state change following a responsive frequency resonances of light & sound stimulus.
“Crazy, I wasn’t expecting much with something so simple as light! But at some moments I felt like I was tunneling through space! The visuals where similar to what I’ve experienced under DMT, lots of colors and fractals.” – Daniel W, 27
“It’s like the light helps you see another aspect of reality.” – James G, 26
“Usually I find it very difficult to meditate, but with the light I was able to shut off my thoughts , thank you!” Maria, 57
Benefits of the Ajna Light
Those who have experienced the Ajna light have described the following benefits:
- – Clarity of mind and emotions
- – Reduce state of anxiety and stress
- – Intuition development
- – Better sense of connection with a larger reality
- – Creativity
- – Quality sleep has increased
- – Out of Body & Astral Projection experiences
- – Healing at the cellular level
- –A spiritual tool
- –Reduction of snoring
- –Addiction removal
- –Soul journeys
The Ajna Light works on the Pineal gland which most of you know is the third eye. The Ajna chakra which we use for clairvoyance.
The deep level of healing that we experience with the Ajna Light allows us to go to the root of our physical and emotional issues.
Addictions are something that we are currently working on successfully.
Clairvoyance, Meditations, Psychic development and much more in the personal development fields.
We only achieve this when all our issues are dealt with. We can talk about this journey for ever but if we haven’t cleared our long held issues then don’t bother going there as you are not only wasting your time by my time also.
Why the Ajna Light?
The benefits of meditation are becoming more apparent within scientific studies. Research is showing meditation to improve brain functioning, physically, and psychologically. Along with overall well being and general health. This include many benefits ranging from developing better focus, memory recall, cognitive skills, problem solving and the ability to increase size of the brain’s grey matter. Emotional well being, stress management, and slowing down the aging process the list goes on.
The light is a tool to help train your meditation practice into depths previously unexplored whether you’re a beginner, intermediate or even advanced. The light may offer you all the benefits of meditation and with enough sessions under the light your brain can use the reference experiences to develop the intent to reach and stay in these states on your own.
Ajna Light & States of Consciousness
The emitted frequencies from the light can induce a hypnogogia trance ( The boarder between wakefulness and sleep). Once the session is over, the user can quickly come back into normal state, usually (beta, or alpha ). With enough sessions under the light, individuals now have reference experience to help them recall states on their own using just their intentions.
The Ajna Light is also based off the traditional understandings of light & sound practices involving the induction of meditation and altered states of consciousness from the first shamanic drum ceremonies in South Africa to Sun light worshiping in Ancient Egypt.
Brainwaves & Frequencies
In our western society because of our busy lifestyle our brain’s impulses or frequencies are repetitively set to a habitual pattern of the”beta” state which is logic oriented, associated with high thought processing, and fight or flight sympathetic nervous system response. Mode’s of thinking or habitual neural pathways are known to be hard to break when constant repetition has been set which is why meditation is so important.
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