The 6th Body: The Arcline

The sixth body, the Arcline, extends across the hairline and brow from ear to ear. It’s known as your halo. A strong Arcline gives you a good ability to focus, concentrate, and meditate. You are protected by your intuition and have an appreciation of family, beauty, a keen sense of justice and fair play. If the Arcline is weak, you may be easily influenced, unfocused, moody, unable to manifest your prayers, and you may need to work on the ability to fight off disease. To bring the Arcline into balance, awaken the pituitary gland through activities like pranayama, meditation, and healthy lifestyle choices. Meditate daily for at least 31 minutes with any meditation.


Resources to Support Working with the Arcline

Mantras: Spotify Playlist for the Arcline

Kundalini Kriyas:

Meditation for Inspiring, Deeply Penetrating Speech
This meditation is recommended to master the 6th body, the Arcline. As a result of mastering this meditation, it is said that you can become conscious in thought and action; and your words can have the power to penetrate deeply, inspire, and always represent the truth of a given situation.

Meditation for the Arcline and to Clear the Karmas
This meditation is for the Arcline and to clear the karma that has been stocked up in it. You’ll experience what Wahe Guru actually means. Remember, the power of Infinity is not outside of you, it is inside of you. When “I” and Infinity create impact, you’ll become totally divine. Otherwise, there’s a duality that keeps you away from reality, and the pain is great.

Kriya to Clarify the Subtle Body
This kriya works to strengthen the Subtle Body and also the Arcline, which influences both your ability to receive intuitive information and the power of the information you are sending out. In addition to these benefits, it is said to give you a bright, shining countenance.

Ajna Stimulation Kriya
This kriya works to gently stimulate and balance the glandular system, especially the pituitary gland, which is associated with the Sixth Chakra. Beginning students may practice this kriya as a glandular tune-up once or twice a week, but not more frequently.

Pituitary Gland Series
The pituitary gland is known as the master gland in yogic anatomy. It regulates all the glands of the body and is associated with the 6th body – the Arcline – and the 6th chakra, known as the Third Eye. It is said that when the pituitary gland is balanced through yoga and meditation, the body comes into harmony with the soul.

2 Stroke Breath to Connect the Subconscious and the Intuition
This is a 15-minute pranayama to connect the subconscious and the intuition. Use your breath to stimulate the pituitary. The pituitary, which is stimulated by focusing at the end of the nose, has to adjust. It takes some practice. But it may give you a strength that you never had before.

Kriya for Becoming Intuitive
These exercises gently work on the pituitary. They recharge and enrich your energy, and counteract frustration, depression, and computer sicknesses.




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