Third Eye (Quote)
The Eye of Horus is the Eye of God, it is the realization of self as seen in many cultures. For ancient Egypt, the awakening of Uraeus, also known as Kundalini, is the Knowing of Thyself…It is Godself realization. The hieroglyphs of the Eye of Horus are numerous and their headresses displayed the Uraeus/Kundalini at the center of their forehead. This is the point of the singular eye when all is seen and known as One. When Uraeus/Kundalini activates, the Divine energy climbs the back and intertwines back and forth up the spine to the top of the body. As it climbs, each chakra center is activated and the body purification begins. The temple is prepared to house the energy of the awakened Divine. This is the opening of the singular eye spoken of in the bible, matthew 6:22 (The Light of the body is the Eye: if therfore thine Eye be single, thy whole body shall be full of Light.” ~ Christ)
Third Eye – According to the Christian teaching of Father Richard Rohr, the concept of the third eye is a metaphor for non-dualistic thinking; the way the mystics see. In Rohr’s concept, mystics employ the first eye (sensory input such as sight) and the second eye (the eye of reason, meditation, and reflection), “but they know not to confuse knowledge with depth, or mere correct information with the transformation of consciousness itself. The mystical gaze builds upon the first two eyes—and yet goes further.” Rohr refers to this level of awareness as “having the mind of Christ”.
Tetragrammaton – The four Hebrew letters that correspond to YHWH and are transliterated Yahweh. Yahweh is the name of the Almighty Father in Heaven that people commonly call “The LORD” or “God”. The reason we see “LORD” and “God” in bibles is because of a Jewish tradition that the name Yahweh was not to be spoken for fear that the name be blasphemed.
Eye of Providence – The Eye of Providence (or the all-seeing eye of God) is a symbol showing an eye usually enclosed by a triangle. It is sometimes interpreted as representing the eye of God watching over humankind (or divine providence). In the modern era, the most notable depiction of the eye is the reverse of the Great Seal of the United States, which appears on the United States one-dollar bill.
Others who have seen this Eye or symbol, associate it with groups and individuals with motives that are not for the highest good of all and represent negativity and lower vibrations. Those groups and/or individuals who have adopted the Eye and pyramid for themselves, do not represent the meaning of the eye, just as Hitler does not represent the true meaning of the Sacred Swastika. Each of us are an Eye of the Divine, a singular Eye of God…that is why it has been said, Know Thyself. ~ Mynzah