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Publisher's Summary

Are you ready to learn everything you need to know about opening your third eye? Here is a preview of what Third Eye Activation for Beginners contains:

  • An introduction to the power of your third eye
  • Opening your third eye - the truth you need to know
  • The pineal gland explained
  • The benefits you'll receive from activating your third eye
  • Opening your indigo chakra
  • Awakening the third eye once and for all
  • How to decalcify your pineal gland for clarity
  • And much, much more!

©2015 Solemon Rune (P)2015 Solemon Rune

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I'm pretty "woo woo," but I couldn't handle this!

Would you try another book from Solemon Rune and/or Jason Lovett?

The narrator was atrocious, and the content of the book felt "fluffy" and not at all researched based. I only made it 15 minutes before I had to turn it off in disgust. Quoting unidentified "experts" and "practitioners" every other sentence, is bad journalism and lends no credibility to the information given. I'm disappointed, because I really do want to learn about decalcifying the pineal gland, but this book was NOT useful in the least.

What didn’t you like about Jason Lovett’s performance?

It is distracting in that his expression is forced and fake sounding, and he oftentimes drags out the last syllable of his sentence in an annoying way.

If you could play editor, what scene or scenes would you have cut from Third Eye?

All the uses of some anonymous "experts" and "practitioners". It was very similar to supermarket tabloids' use of "sources" rather than actual people's names.