So, with that in mind, let's delve a little more into the phenomenon of seeing faces when you close your eyes to meditation or sleep. Opening of the Third Eye The opening of your clairvoyant sight through your third eye is a normal component of your spiritual development. It is a necessary prerequisite for visioning and connecting with others across time and space. So, it makes sense that this would be part of any serious pursuit of psychic awareness.
When your third eye opens, you will usually first notice a bright light. This is the light of wisdom that leads the way to higher consciousness. In most cases, you will also feel a warm sensation at first, like someone gently rubbing your head. This is their way of telling you that it is okay to look through your third eye and that there are no bad spirits out there looking into yours.
Some people report other sensations when their third eye opens, such as feeling nervous or afraid. This is normal too - it means that you are growing spiritually and should not worry about it too much. Simply use your judgment and know when to push through these feelings and when to give up trying to open your third eye for now. If you still want to explore this further later, then by all means do so! But remember, there is no right or wrong way to develop your psychic abilities, so do what feels right for you.
Clairvoyance, visions, and extrasensory awareness are all possible while the third eye is open. The third eye provides access to the subconscious, allowing you to converse with and receive messages and information from higher consciousness and other planes of awareness. It is said that if you could operate only from your third eye, you would be able to accomplish anything.
The third eye can be opened by focusing on one's own inner vision or by engaging with spiritual practices. Focusing on one's inner vision may include visualizing success or overcoming obstacles. Engaging with spiritual practices includes praying, meditating, reading sacred texts, and engaging in self-reflective activities.
In most people, the third eye closes during early adulthood then reopens at some point after reaching physical maturity. However, some individuals may remain closed their entire lives. When the third eye is open, it is possible to see clear images of events that have already taken place as well as future possibilities. This gift of clairvoyance can provide information about choices and opportunities not available to the conscious mind alone.
People often report seeing colors when they open up their third eye. This happens because the third eye is connected to both the blue and yellow parts of the brain. When someone is having an out-of-body experience, they will often say that they are seeing colors. The mind interprets these colors as coming from outside itself.
Many civilizations have practiced pushing eyelids closed shortly after death, sometimes employing coins to seal the eyelids shut until rigor mortis intervenes. Open eyes upon death may be viewed as a sign that the departed is afraid of the future, owing to previous conduct. Or they could be taken as a gesture of defiance, as some ancient peoples believed that closing the eyes would make them vulnerable to evil spirits.
In today's world, people who die with their eyes open are extremely rare. When this happens, it usually means that the person died during or immediately after a traumatic event and had no time to close their eyes before they passed away.
The last known case of a person dying with their eyes open in the United States occurred in 2002 when a 32-year-old woman named Diane Whipple died during surgery at Boston's Brigham and Women's Hospital. Her family said that she went into cardiac arrest just like in a real life movie: "Her eyes stayed wide open throughout the procedure," her husband said. "Then they sewed her up and put her under for the anesthetic." After more than an hour, doctors were able to revive her again. But by then it was too late: She was dead.
Since then, no other cases have been reported in America. However, there have been several cases worldwide and within the past few years, more people have been reporting deaths with their eyes open.
It might be exceedingly painful to see your loved ones after they have died, but it can give essential closure for those who are in sorrow. Because of muscular relaxation, the eyes naturally stay half open after death. The optic nerve is still connected to the brain and will continue to transmit visual images until it is severed, so seeing-eye dogs remain blind, but they still react to their masters' voices and other stimuli.
The dead can also see us if they choose to. Some people believe that ghosts can look at them or otherwise sense their presence, while others claim that spirits cannot be seen as objectively as we are. What does science say about sight in the afterlife? While we can't prove that any particular person continues to exist after they have died, there is good evidence that some form of consciousness does. Sight may not be one of those things, but it's certainly possible to see your loved ones again.