Side visioning

Side visioning

xeno-terra-icon3Slowing down the perceptual time stream opens up new dimensions between the vectors of space-time. Slow the breath to slow the mind…see the flickers at the edges of perception of the mirror world.

I am nothing but the empty net which has gone on ahead
of human eyes, dead in those darknesses,
of fingers accustomed to the triangle, longitudes
on the timid globe of an orange.
I walked around as you do, investigating
the endless star,
and in my net, during the night, I woke up naked,
the only thing caught, a fish trapped inside the wind.

-Enigmas, Pablo Neruda

“The light of the body is the eye: if therefore thine eye be single, thy whole body shall be full of light.” - Jesus (Matthew 6:22)

Digital Dimension Print 5Look deeper, but look with the “eyes” that can see. Your frontal (or fovial) vision, the straight-on gaze, is the vision you were entrained to use…the flat space of 3-D. Shift your vision to your periphery…breathe,,,watch faint glimmers appear. Breathe…avoid the straight-on vistas of your lying eyes. Shift to your side view, called “peripheral vision”.

Flicker fusion threshold is higher for peripheral than foveal vision. Peripheral vision is good at detecting motion (a feature of rod cells). Peripheral vision is hard to study in an objective manner, because there is no way to separate the visual detection of the eye from the neural processing of the brain. While the eye can be dissected and examined under a microscope, even if the entirety of the retina is capable of detecting light, that capacity may not be fully utilized or may not be consciously aware within the brain. Certain conditions such as lazy eye can cause suppression of an otherwise usable visual field, while stroke or damage to the corpus callosum can prevent left/right integration. It is not possible to directly observe what the brain is detecting and comprehending, so research primarily involves perception tests based on reactions of test subjects to simulated stimuli. This testing is commonly carried out by requesting test subjects to focus on an object in front of them and then flashing lights at increasing distances away from the center of the visual field, noting the subject’s reactions.

Entire dimensions exist, side-by-side, with the conditioned reality. The navigator reckons from the intuitive, the vision of the single eye, which is an opto-magnetic resonance field that is an extended range of sight. Pilots, jugglers, trained hunters, professional soldiers, and card players all use this visual range as it is acute in low light and for memory mapping spatially.

 

pineal-x-sectionSide visioning detects the subtle shadows, glimmers of light, and space field dis-tortions (torsion fields) that the frontal vision has been trained to ignore. The “third eye” is not really in the forehead: it is located in the pineal gland at the center of the brain between hemispheres. Side vision uses the sensory fields of the pineal to “map” to the visual periphery, works in conjunction with rods and cones in the eye’s macula, and extends “vision” by gathering data magnetically via the crytalline structures of the pineal.

Also called “Magnetic Sight”, the pineal gland works in concert with the eyes to form an internal “third eye” system due to the pineal containing eye-like retina tissue that is suspended in a colloidal fluid. The pineal also contains piezoelectric calcite cells and concentrations of magnetite, which form an inner navigation system connecting visual space with geomagnetic spatial recognition. In other words, you have the technology to “see” beyond the abilities of your so-called “normal” optical system!

In non-mammals, this gland is composed of cells that resemble retinal cells, as in, the retina of the EYE, the part of the eye that recieves and processes LIGHTS. Some scientists theorize that the cells which comprise this gland are evolved from the same types of cells that retinal cells have evolved from. They are related, in other words. – See more at: Resonates With Me

With practice, and using simple breath techniques, you can begin to operate at whole new levels of “seeing”. Side visioning also increases awareness, both on the basic range of immediate surrounding, and on the vibratory level where extra-sensory phenomena appears. It is both mystical and practical, and really a practice that re-awakens the intuitive senses in which humans were originally designed to operate.

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