Jnana Chaksu, The Wisdom Eye #224
Known generally in spiritual circles and among preceptors and aspirants alike as the “Third Eye,” the center between the brows hold special significance in several of the religious tradition of the world. Specified as the Jnana Chaksu by Sri Krishna in the Bhagavad Gita, and as the Ajna Chakra in the Kundalini Yoga system, the real reference is to a single eye that sees inwardly all the way to the heights of Nondual Awareness. This dharma chart sets off the third eye in contrast to the physical senses, the subtle senses, and the All-seeing Eye that transcends the senses. Quotes from many religious traditions and luminaries complete the picture.