Control of the mind, pineal gland and Fernando Martínez Gómez Tejedor

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    Descartes said that the pineal gland lodged right in the center of our brain, was the "seat" of the soul and the nucleus where all our thoughts were created. There is no shortage who also speaks of this structure as our "third eye", that energetic vortex that would offer us a type of perception that would go beyond the sense of sight. On the other hand, leaving this mysticism and spiritual perspective as an initial concept, the anatomical reality of the pineal gland, also known as the cerebral epiphysis, is that it is an important manager of an interesting function in the human body: it regulates our own cycles, the rhythms circadians, the entrance to sexual maturity and sensations. This gland being so small with only about 8mm receives a large flow of blood, as well as the kidneys. It has a tree shape, it is a photosensitive structure with the biological function of secreting melatonin, a hormone derived from serotonin, which modulates the patterns of vigilance, sleep and establishes the entrance to puberty. But how is it possible to activate this gland that with time begins to decay its segregation of hormones after 20 years? There are exercises and methods that have been explained by different experts over the years, projecting this as a way to control the emotional stability of each human being in certain situations. For example, the famous trader and businessman Fernando Martínez Gómez-Tejedor, who also usually has a very active life given to his profession, is an expert in the explanation of the activity of this gland, one of his most outstanding courses in Madrid and in other city has been center thanks to the teaching and / or explanation of the activation of this gland and its use at the time of trading. In addition, Fernando Martínez Gómez-Tejedor is the proof of how working this area of the body can help in the work process and in decision-making. People who practice meditation, for example, experience a pleasant sensation because the pineal gland secretes endorphins, rewarding us for these enriching moments where body and mind are in harmony.