glands, compassion or fear come into play, with your changing states of consciousness. Compassion OR fear, they don’t exist together. Fear or compassion might frequently go back and forth following your thinking.
The PITUITARY gland is called the master gland, because the hormones it produces control so many different processes in the body. It regulates the adrenal gland, liver, bone, thyroid, gonads and metabolism. When you are in a low state of consciousness, being fearful, stressed or emotional, the pituitary gland secrets hormones to protect the biology.
The endocrine system is made up of the pituitary gland, pineal gland, thyroid gland, parathyroid glands, adrenal glands, pancreas, ovaries (in females) and testicles (in males). The liver and pancreas are both exocrine and endocrine glands; they are exocrine glands because they secrete products such as bile and pancreatic juices into the gastrointestinal tract through a series of ducts. The endocrine system secretes other substances directly into the bloodstream or circulatory system.
The PINEAL gland lays dormant when your resonant frequency is in the darkness of negativity, doubt, worry, pleasing or forcing others. The PINEAL gland takes over with your compassionate thought patterns. It’s a pea sized, cone shaped mass of tissue found behind the third ventricle of the brain and secrets hormones, functioning as a regulator of light. It produces and regulates melatonin best known for the role it plays in regulating sleep patterns, also called circadian rhythms.
When your pineal gland is open and functioning you have a short delay, while you consider the outcome or consequences of your thoughts and actions. Thinking through to the end result of moral dilemmas, helps you make a solid firm choice. Without doubt, worry, stress or fear.
The pineal gland connects the biology to the soul, its stream of consciousness, the meridian system, your aura and access to higher states of consciousness, which includes the delta gamma brainwaves, found in the compassionate quantum field.