What is the physical difference between a star and a planet?
Stars and planets are traditionally differentiated based on two properties:
(i) Whether or not they undergo nuclear reactions that burn hydrogen in their cores. Stars do this; planets don’t. In order to have high enough temperatures in the core to burn hydrogen, an object needs to have a mass of at least 75 or so times that of Jupiter. Anything more massive than that is automatically considered a star.
(ii) The way they form. Stars form when a cloud of gas, out in a nebula or other region of interstellar space, collapses under the influence of gravity. Planets, on the other hand, form when material in the disk around a pre-existing star begins to condense around rock/ice cores. You can have situations where the entire planet is almost completely rock/ice/water (such as the Earth), or situations where a large amount of gas is subsequently attracted to the rock/ice core (such as Jupiter, Saturn, etc.).
There is actually some ambiguity in the above definitions, mainly because of the existence of objects called “brown dwarfs”. Brown dwarfs are too small to burn hydrogen, so they can’t be considered stars, but most of them seem to form in the same way that stars do, often out on their own in a cloud of interstellar gas, so they can’t really be considered planets either. The question then becomes, where is the boundary between a planet and a brown dwarf? What if you have an object that is, say, thirty times the mass of Jupiter but is located near a star? Is it a planet or a brown dwarf? Astronomers don’t generally know the formation mechanism in that case, whether the object formed along with the star from condensing gas or whether it has a rock/ice core at its center like a planet.
I felt the need to go into some meditation and search for a few answers to questions I have been pondering on. I grabbed 3 of my Lapis Lazuli and 1 quartz pointer.
I Sat down in comfortable pose and put two of the lapis in my hip/lap area. I placed the quartz pointer in between my legs with a lapis piece in front of it (picture below)
I began Ujjayi method of breathing as a normally begin most of my meditations. I took time to cycle through each Chakra using the planetary system. After going through about 5 cycles I focused on breathe and the darkness of having my eyes closed. There are a few things I had on my mind the main thing that I will focus on here is visions/3rd eye activity. Randomly more memories of The Journey I went on came back to me. I totally forgot about the big white house/temple/structure that was at the end of the labyrinth. I feel like there was information inside of the structure. I also began to fly above the labyrinth because I did not want to be lost… moving on. For those who can relate and have similar experiences feel free to express your knowledge on what you have concluded. For those who are not familiar then just enjoy the read and one day you may be able to relate. Im sharing what I experience and learn in effort to help you on your path to inner-lightnment.
Lesson one: The Basics
So if you concentrate on the darkness (eyes closed) while rhythmic breathing, you may begin to see a light forming . To get an example of what this internal light looks like, look at a light bulb for 5 seconds then close your eyes. You will see a imprint of the bulb when you close your eyes. This is what the light looks like at first. Now continuing with the light bulb effect example in mind imagine if the light you see when you close your eyes begins to collect more light. This will appear as waves in a ocean coming onto the sand. The internal circle of light being the sand and the new waves being more light. The internal light is a circle so the waves appear to be forming into the circle of light. Its like drawing a circle in the sand and then using your hands to push the surrounding sand into the circle making it larger then continuing to do this over and over. This is the basic behavior or characteristics of what I believe to be pineal gland activity. I think identifying and becoming familiar with these sensations/signs will help people get a full easy understanding of the abilities dormant within.
L1: Yoga, Breathe awareness, Chakra cycles , Pineal Focus.
Lesson Two:Seeing is Believing
Ok so I wanted to understand how exactly I was able to perceive and experience places that I have not been to physically leading to wisdom that seems more cosmic than terrestrial. The answer came to me in a simple clear explanation that I will try to translate here. Ok imagine having a sphere able to go anywhere in the world. This sphere can feel/absorb light. The sphere has the ability to see light but does not have the missing piece to translate the light into mental images similar to the human eye balls.
Now lets add the pieces of the puzzle together. The sphere is your astral/energy body. The missing piece that can translate light into tangible mental images creating vision… is your pineal gland/third eye.
Have you heard of Astral projection?
L2: Vision Awareness, Experience, Understanding
I just broke down how to leave Earth and experience other planets/beings, now open your eye and go feel/see for yourself.
Lesson Three:Only observe, If you feel uncertain about what you see then do not go forward. The choice to interact and explore ultimately is yours. You may find there are protected places you will not be able to go to as I have learned.
“These places are only a thought away.”
Notes: I used Lapis Lazuli in assistance of Quartz because this combination brings me to a state of mind where clear, sharp, efficient, honest smart thinking happens.
Focusing or looking for the inner light helps the process of it revealing itself. The first time I experienced this my eyes were closed and it felt as if suddenly I had opened my eyes but my physical eyes were still closed. The feeling was very interesting and I understood what happened because I could feel it which led me to know. Through practice and meditation the familiarity of these sensations becomes a stepping stone to going deeper within. For a more detailed instructional or advice contact me i’m more than willing to help!
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The pineal gland was the last endocrine gland to have its function discovered. Its location deep in the brain seemed to indicate its importance. This combination led to its being a “mystery” gland with myth, superstition and even metaphysical theories surrounding its perceived function.
The pineal gland is occasionally associated with the third chakra (also called Ajna or the third eye chakra in yoga). It is believed by some to be a dormant organ that can be awakened to enable “telepathic” communication.
In the physical body the eye views objects upside down. It sends the image of what it observes to the brain which interprets the image and makes it appear right side-up to us.
But the human body has another physical eye whose function has long been recognized by humanity. It is called the ‘Third Eye’ which in reality is the Pineal Gland. It is long thought to have mystical powers. Many consider it the Spiritual Third Eye, our Inner Vision.
It is located in the geometric center of the brain. This correlates to the location of the Great Pyramid in the center of the physical planet.
The Pineal Gland is about the size of a pea, and is in the center of the brain in a tiny cave behind and above the pituitary gland which lies a little behind the root of the nose. It is located directly behind the eyes, attached to the third ventricle.
The true function of this mysterious gland has long been contemplated by philosophers and Spiritual Adepts. Ancient Greeks believed the pineal gland to be our connection to the Realms of Thought.
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