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    Default Re: The Vielight intranasal laser: kickstarting the pineal gland?

    I have been using the vielight, the helmet one with the nasal included, for about 2 and half weeks, about every second day (which is recommended by the manufacturer).

    Any difference: none in overall energy but

    A lot of very vivid dreams. Much more dreams remembered now than I usually remembered in the past, and much more vivid (in color, filled with feeling and/or action).

    Plus, I do wonder if some of them are not remote viewing. I have to check this, without passing for a wacko lol.

    The dreams are not in high astral or in higher realms for the moment. They are in the medium astral range, meaning not spooky (low astral), but not particularly pleasant either (high astral or above would be usually pleasant).

    When I put the helmet and the nasal, I do feel a constant tickling on/in the forehead, where the third eye is located - but this happened to me enough in regular life. The difference here being that this tickling is systematic with the vielights on.

    Anyone else has anything to report on this topic?
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    Default Re: The Vielight intranasal laser: kickstarting the pineal gland?

    I find this interesting, using infrared light to protect the neuron cells - seems to be similar to the vielight, but with more lights in it, covering more of the skull

    https://www.facebook.com/watch/?v=380240256127343

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    Default Re: The Vielight intranasal laser: kickstarting the pineal gland?

    and on photobiomodulation


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    Default Re: The Vielight intranasal laser: kickstarting the pineal gland?

    Earlier on at the start of this thread, I reported a bunch of interesting, vivid, inner visual experiences I had while using the Vielight. I described them as 'future memories'.

    They had the exact quality of a memory: distinct from something imagined, which can be very ephemeral, evaporating easily. Even now, over two years later, I can remember what I 'saw' 100% crystal clearly.

    But none of those things ever happened. It's a bit of an anomaly. Cognitive dissonance, even.

    I have no clear explanation, except that I'm wondering if I somehow took a peek over the wall to another parallel timeline.

    I can still physically feel (and even smell) the interior of a new Toyota truck, and hear its diesel engine. And see Mara the , soaking wet but still happy after a long deluge of heavy rain, when my friend and I got caught out in the mountains and had to shelter the night under a large boulder. (We were a little uncomfortable, but just fine, in high spirits the next morning. Even now, I find myself referring to it in the past tense, as if this little adventure all really happened a couple of years ago.)

    So, go figure. And those 'memories' only surfaced when I first started using the Vielight — maybe, as the thread title suggests, suddenly stimulating the pineal gland.

    They don't turn on any more... and I do kind of miss them.
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    Default Re: The Vielight intranasal laser: kickstarting the pineal gland?

    Can't get it on that link anymore. You can get it for $500 from Forrest Health website … but I think I'll stick with meditation. Take care all.

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    Default Re: The Vielight intranasal laser: kickstarting the pineal gland?

    Quote Posted by Dolor-Rose (here)
    Can't get it on that link anymore. You can get it for $500 from Forrest Health website … but I think I'll stick with meditation. Take care all.
    Thanks! I think the link that needed to be updated is this one. (Corrected now )
    Meditation may well help with pineal activation, of course. But it may not help so much with blood oxygenation, the specific reason I started using it.

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