Your Third Eye is Probably Already Open.
The third eye isn’t a higher power; it’s another sense, our sixth sense. The third eye is a very real sense that shows us potential.
The trick isn’t opening the third eye. For many people, it’s already open (most people only squint through the third eye). The real problem is most people unconsciously ignore it all together. For others it’s something to fear so many people actively look away when it is trying to show you something.
Opening the third eye means practicing using your sixth sense. The trick is learning how to accept it is there and then interpret what you are sensing over time. The bigger problem is all too many people force the process and then get overwhelmed by stories, yes stories! More interestingly, the third eye is the only sense that shows us stories. We are human, to be human is to live to our stories, we do have senses to navigate those stories. The sixth sense is our prime sense we use to follow a story and predict where a story is going towards.
Because we use stories to create a map of how to navigate the world, Our mind creates mental stories for us in the form of visions that the third eye stirs up to use as mini maps. In part to get in touch with the third eye is to become a storyteller, to see a story and then use it to help move more gracefully in life.
Most people either don’t listen to their third eye, so then work a bit harder to move thru life. Or all too many people over embellish and then make the third eye story larger than life, which doesn’t help a person much either.
While people can sense energetic manifestations, potential never leaves behind direct physical representations. It’s no different than seeing Jesus in a slice of toast. Jesus is not in the toast; rather the brain is interpreting the toast in a Jesus like fashion OR are often man-made artifacts.
The trick is learning how to interpret that Jesus in the toast experience into a story that is useful for your life.
The biggest trap becomes to self-create our human-made artifacts in a story being relayed back by the third eye and then accidentally tricking ourselves into believing something beyond what we were sensing.