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Updated: Dec 23, 2023

The Ajna Light invokes the physiological phenomenon of melanopsin, which has three aspects. The ganglial cells residing in the pigment of the retina are found in two classes. One is used to visual purposes, and the other for detecting changes in season and other circadian rhythms. The visual aspect of melanopsin, in particular how it allows for high contrast sensitivity in low light conditions, was only discovered around 2010. The circadian rhythm aspect of melanopsin was discoverd in the 1990s, although proposed earlier. Melanopsin stimulation also induces the tryptophan cascade, as a side effect of the circadian rhythm entrainment, a series of biochemical reactions which convert tryptophan to seratonin to DMT. Seratonin is present during the relaxation and sleep cycle. The molecule DMT is known as the God Molecule, as it is associated in high concentrations with spiritual consciousness. DMT is present in large concentrations during birth and at death. It helps the individual transition out of the uterus, and at death out of life, in a graceful manner. Near death experiences show a common pattern of transcendent subjective effects at these times, associated with the high levels of DMT. The Ajna Light, by stimulating melanopsin, causes a similar transcendent feeling, depending on how open the user is at the time of the session. Goggles and other Lights using halogen or warm light sources do not cause the melanopsin response present with the Ajna Light.

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