Day Thirty One
There is a fluid-filled space deep in the center of the brain that yogis call the “cave of Brahma.” Mystics regard this fluid as a conduit between the parts of the brain that are responsible for rational thinking with the parts of the brain that are responsible for survival functions. This space is known to neurologists as the Third Ventricle and connects the workings of the pituitary gland, pineal gland, and thalamus. When all of these brain parts are balanced and working at their obtimum performance, that Third Ventricle acts like the center of a flower where there is nectar. When those parts work in harmony, the brain enjoys supreme peace and sweetness.
May the river of nectar that flows through your cave of Brahma vibrate the sounds of a sacred current and sync up with the cosmic flow of universal love.
Please join me in practicing this meditation for 11 minutes a day for 40 days: Meditation to Develop the Radiant Body.
Question for reflection:
What words would I think, write, speak, and repeat if I knew that whatever I think, write, speak, or repeat must happen?