Oh My Aching Head

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There is a big difference between the defined Ajna and the open Ajna.AjnaCenter

Keep in mind that the Ajna’s center expresses in different ways in accordance to chemistry. But there are a few things that are common in the dynamic of the open and the defined Ajna interaction.

It is obvious that defined Ajna’s love to process, plan and desperately seeking to know the answers to their life issues; they love to talk about it, too.

Defined Ajna’s process their life endlessly, without reprieve. Their minds love and thrive on the mental stimulation. The lack of relaxation, the worry, the stress and the abundance of confusion that comes with trying to figure things out, often, is blurted out, unaware. Thoughts are voiced and expressed as the defined or undefined Ajna becomes the attention “hog”, unaware of how this center operates.

The undefined Ajna has an approximate two-minute mark, where they lose focus of attention on what a defined Ajna is sharing. The undefined, white, open Ajna starts to drift off to sleep or onto another thought-current as the defined Ajna is downloading a big story filled with details. The very open Ajna Center cannot take it all in.

The open Ajna can become overwhelmed and soon begin to get a headache if it is sitting under the download of a defined Ajna or undefined, unaware open Ajna. It is exhausting for the open Ajna, to hold their attention on what the defined Ajna is sharing non-stop, over a long period of time. The open Ajna sits listening, taking it in, nodding yes or no and then, overwhelmed. It is exhausting.

Now, turn the tables around. Take an open Ajna Center that is out of tune and slightly distorted, sitting with a defined Ajna or undefined.

Imagine an open Ajna Center that talks endlessly about ideas, topics, suggestions or stories that no one is really interested in. It can be terribly, terribly annoying and boring, especially to the defined Ajna. The defined Ajna loses interest in open Ajna conversation quickly. It’s just not intelligent or interesting enough to hold the attention. It can almost be almost impossible for the defined Ajna to understand what the open Ajna is communicating, at times, it seems to un-inteligent and disjointed in delivery of communication.

An open Ajna is going to try and convince the defined Ajna that they are absolutely certain in order to sound intelligent. They are not certain about anything and the defined Ajna is going to feel it. It is difficult for the open, undefined Ajna to “get” exactly what the defined Ajna really means when they are sharing facts, details and strategies, so, often, it nods “yes” and keeps listening in hopes of finally getting what the defined Ajna is sharing.

Answering questions according to what the other type is expecting is really tough. It can not be done, easily.

The only time communication between open and defined Ajna is smooth is when the outer authority has been activated and wisdom gets shared. Otherwise, there is difficulty in understanding and reasoning into the same thought current, no matter what a person’s definition is.

Over 51% of the population have a defined Ajna and 49% are undefined and opened. Half of the population is busy thinking about things, strategizing, planning, processing and the other half, the open Ajna, is thinking about things that don’t matter, trying to sound intelligent when they communicate, and quickly becoming annoying ~ both defined and undefined, actually.

Two defined Ajna’s can have fantastic conversations that can go on for hours. And so can two open Ajna center people enjoy their time together, quietly.

The open and the defined definitely live in two different worlds. 

Consider this difference in mental definition: open Ajna and defined Ajna, may be the reason why you are having communication problems with someone near you.

If you find that your head is aching when you’re in conversation with certain people, this may be why.

 

What to do when the two types of definition are spending time together?

CREATE and share your unique talents.

 

 

Kashi Stone 2014