To get rid of negative force to touch there third eye where it lays. that is the place where the energy enters in to the body through the nostrils merging into body. The breath will carry energy to sustain the physical body. with closed eyes concentrate on that you will be known the movement of energy through it, when sat with closed eyes with out any thoughts you can able to see some thing in your closed eyes with in 30 centimeters. then switch on to see what you can able to see for more time you can able to find out some thing different . with the best wishes to find out truth by self which is highest degree of truth.




Sindoor and Agnya Chakra or medullary plexus: Sindoor is a highly sacred object in Hinduism but Sindoor in the market is poisonous chemical of lead. The true Sindoor is vermilion – elixirs of alchemists, which activates the pituitary and pineal gland, so that the body and mind of our married women function better.

*This is the dot most of the Hindus have at the eye-brow junction. This could be of sandal or red kumkum or a mix of both, sacred Ash or Vibhuti . This junction is one of the very significant chakra, called in spiritual terms AGYA chakra or medullary plexus. This is a very sensitive point. So the tilaka is kept at this point.

Lord Siva has a third eye at the Brumadhya. When he opens the third eye, the three worlds are destroyed. So also, when the third eye of the Jiva is opened, the three kinds of afflictions - Adhyatmika, Adhidaivika and Adhibhautika- are burnt to ashes. The three Karmas- Sanchita, Prarabdha and Agami,- and also all the sins committed in the countless previous births, are burnt. When you apply the Tilak, you mentally imagine: "I am the one non-dual Brahman free from all duality. May my eye of intuition open soon." You should remember this every time you apply a Tilak. Without the Tilak,Sandhya,Pooja,Deva Darshan,Tarpan and other religious activities should not be performed.

Traditionally, the bindi is worn on the forehead of married Hindu women. It symbolizes female energy and is believed to protect women and their husbands. Bindis are traditionally a simple mark made with the paste of colored sandalwood, sindoor or turmeric. The bindi is most commonly a red dot made with vermilion.

In addition, the bindi is a way of accentuating the third eye, the area between the eyebrows where attention is focused during meditation. Now a days we get stickers of all colors, sizes and shapes, very fancy ones also. Traditionally it used to be red color. It is used by married women to distinguish them from unmarried ones. in India they use other things also to indicate that this woman is married eg toe rings, anklets, glass bangles. In south India married women always wear flowers in their hair.
All these things have scientific reason also..

According to our yoga science there are seven energy centers in the body…the lowest one above the anus is called Mooladhar Chakra…it is the center of brutal strength and sex. The bindi they put on the agya chakra draws vibrations of power from the universe and gives virtue and power to the woman to run her household with patience, love, understanding, forgiveness….It also denotes the energy and tej (nearest meaning is brightness) of the sun.

Because they believe that Grahastha ashram (householder stage) is the greatest ashram where man and women enter wedlock to beget children, raise them to responsible citizens, also look after old parents and serve the society and unprivileged, give charity for the poor and also the monks…The duties are greatest at this stage of life so the woman stands like pillar of strength with the husband and gives him power and cooperation to face everything…for this she draws energy from her inner self and the universe…hence the red spot..

The bangles, anklets and toe rings have acupressure purpose, they press certain nerves in that area which keeps the reproductive system healthy and in balance..

This is also the symbol of rising sun which resides in agyna chakra. It protects the body from evil energy to enter the body. Similarly Sahasrara is preserved by a crown or hat. Actually Tilak is made over every chakra to open them. For normal people and ladies agyna chakra is most impotent because when it opens, it open up all the chakra and body attains Samadhi.

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According to the tantric cult, when during meditation the latent energy rises from the base of the spine towards the head, this 'agna' is the probable outlet for this potent energy. The red 'kumkum' between the eyebrows is said to retain energy in the human body and control the various levels of concentration. It is also the central point of the base of the creation itself — symbolizing auspiciousness and good fortune.


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