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It calms the water in which the pineal glands floats, more than it "activate" as such the

gland. But there is saying "when water of the lake is clear, one can see the waves a fish
make from miles away."
Its the third piece or fourth piece (depends of the school) of the 8 pieces of Brocade
<< Kow Jvi Yuh Jeen (Knock and beat the Jade Pillow)
Secret words: Left/right beat the heavenly drum, resounding twenty-four times.
Practice: Cover you ears with your palms, with the middle finger on the Jade Pillow
cavity area (under the external occipital protuberance). Put you index fingers on the
middle fingers, and snap them down to hit your head. This will generate a drumming
sound in the brain cavity. This exercise is commonly called "Ming Tian Guu", which
means "sound the heavenly drum". Hit 24 times in an even, steady beat. You may hit
with both fingers at the same time, or else alternate the fingers.
Discussion: The Jade Pillow (Yuh Jenn) is the name of a cavity located on the back of
your head under the protruding ridge of bone. The heavenly drum means the head.
When you do this exercise, do not let your ring and pinky fingers touch your head, for
this will muffle the sound. Concentrate on the sound, and let every beat bring your
attention more fully to the vibration in your skull and brain. Beating the drums clears the
mind. When you are finished and take your hands off yours ears, you will feel like you
just woke up, and everything will seem clear. >>
From the Eight Pieces of Brocade by Yang Jwing-Ming
The frequency of resonance of the bones ( and mostly the skull) is fascinating to explore,
and the pineal gland lies just in the center of the wave pattern generated by the sound of
the heavenly drums.