There is a tiny gland linked to the ageing process. It controls how fast we age and how fast the body deteriorates. All cultures have revered this tiny gland as the seat of the soul and the third eye. It’s called the pineal gland and “sees” beyond the physical view of our first two eyes, accounting for our sixth sense ability – our intuition.
The pineal gland gives us those feelings to do or not to do something, which turns out to be for our best good. It’s the sense that tells us whether something is ethical or morally right in terms of our relationships with others. It is an internal rudder and navigation tool not to be under-estimated. Join us to learn about strategies that care for and enhance the working of this very important and powerful gland.
B.Arts. Uni NSW (1979) +Post grad studies (business / marketing) (QUT & Griffith Uni Qld) 1992-93
Publisher of ”˜This Month on The Gold Coast’ magazine 1998-2009
Founder and CEO of Elektra Magnesium 2008-present.
After her health crisis in 2008 from years of stress overload and shift working as a magazine publisher, Sandy discovered that magnesium deficiency was the primary cause of stress-related diseases. Without enough magnesium cell metabolism and recovery is diminished. Transdermal magnesium helped Sandy to recover from heart arrhythmia and other symptoms of Hashimotos hypothyroidism.