You’re very welcome. I’m glad you’re also trying some of the Scott material. He makes some surprisingly good stuff.
If you close your eyes, sense where you “feel” like you are inside your body. Where your consciousness is.
Most people feel like they’re “in” their head. That their consciousness itself — their feeling of their “I” — is in their head.
For many, this maybe behind their eyes or thereabouts. It’s been awhile, but I think some people also reported being more directly in their eye area. More forward in their head.
When you’re in trance, you can practice relocating yourself. Relocating your consciousness.
You can start by floating a little up or down. Just a little. Then working on moving more from there.
Recently I’ve mostly been trying to float down into areas like my heart. I don’t feel like 100% of me goes there. Maybe half. But it’s an interesting sensation.
You can do something similar with your third eye, where you feel the presence of yourself moving into what is typically considered the third area area of your forehead.
Technically, though, I’m not even sure the “location” of the third eye actually matters. It may be metaphorical. “Third eye” is probably more of a metaphor for your inner vision/visions and “seeing” or otherwise sensing through your own divinity.
But whether or not the third eye is metaphorical, you can use it. Sort of like how Chinese medicine mostly works, even though it’s now considered metaphorical in many ways. Metaphors do work. Especially in trance states. Whatever works for you is fine.
I hope others chime in, as I’ve only dived back into extended meditations and whatnot the past few months. I have a lot of experience from earlier in my life, but there is likely more efficient methods these days.