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I Don't Understand What I'm Seeing, Is It My Third Eye?


This has been happening for a while now, and I don't know what triggered it. I have been trying to open my third eye for about a month, but after that, I gave up as I hadn't felt any change. Then, suddenly one night, I close my eyes and I see things.

Big eyes, which are round and white with black pupils staring at me. The eyes take are right in front of me, and they only seem to appear when its dark and I close my eyes. It lasts for a few seconds then goes. It is quite scary for me as I have never seen anything like it, the only thing I can describe it nearest to is 'momo' eyes. You know, that scam going around telling people to hurt themselves, the eyes are like that, big and wide. The eyes are the only things I see, and the rest of my life is normal.

I am 14 and I have not gone through any spiritual things (that I know of) and I haven't had any signs of my third eye opening, like any forehead pains or having a better sense of my purpose and the world.

The eyes don't come out at a special time, for example when I meditate, they only come out at night, which makes everything a bit scarier. As I said before, they are wide and big, very round with white and black and show up in the dark (at night time, any time I close my eyes)

Could someone please tell me what's going on? I would also like to know if my third eye is open or if what I'm seeing relates to something up above or down below. Like I said this has never happened before, and I actually am wondering now if this has anything to do with spiritual awakening or something trying to talk with me.

Thanks in advance.

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