The Ajna Center is an Awareness Center, and its function is to research, conceptualize and interpret answers as opinions, concepts and theories. The Ajna is a processing hub, transforming the pressure of inspiration from the Head into useful information. It is associated with the pituitary gland.
The undefined Ajna takes in and amplifies the concepts of those around them. They have open and flexible minds and can be innovative because they can think both logically and abstractly. Those with open Ajna Center can be forced as children to think the way that a parent or teacher with a defined Ajna does, but because the open Ajna is influenced by whomever they are around, they are not able to consistently think in the same way. An open child may understand the defined teacher’s concepts while they are in the classroom with them, only to find that when they are home alone with their homework they no longer understand. Because of this they can end up feeling inadequate and compensate by pretending to be certain about things that they really aren’t. Open Ajna’s can also tend to be contrary, always playing devil’s advocate or presenting the other side to whatever someone is expressing. Open Ajna’s are frequently able to think visually and have a natural flair for design. The beauty of this open Center is that it is not locked in to one viewpoint or mode of thinking, and can offer new perspectives which help to move the collective consciousness forward.