Before training the physical all-seeing-eye, please make sure that your eyes and physical condition in general is allowing you to do this. You are completing these tasks at your own risk.
In order for you to view 3D images, we will need to enter information into your brain separately through each eye. When we look at 3D images, we always have two pictures side by side. They are almost identical, but there is a subtle difference, so your eyes can do their job, and edit the images into a 3D version. Let's take a look at the first pair.
Photograph by Neil Creek
Why this technique?
The cross-eye technique works in a natural way and it is quite easy to learn. With this technique you can modify the angle, size and many other factors so much easier than with 3D glasses.
How the Cross-eye works
- Sit in front of the monitor so that the pair of images is directly in front of you, 30-40 cm from your nose.
- The further you sit from the object, the easier it is for the eyes to cross.
- Keep your head straight up, otherwise your brain finds it much more difficult to form images in the right position.
- When looking at the picture with both eyes, your eyes start to move lightly and randomly. Move the left eye, therefore, to look to the right and the right eye to look to the left.
- The pair of images disappear from your view and is replaced with four fuzzy images.
- If you have difficulties to target your eye in the middle of the picture, take your hand, or even a pen and look at it. See the picture through the pen.
- If you use a pen, you can move it towards the screen and towards the eyes.
- When you see three images, focus on the middle one, and keep your eyes on it. The picture begins to brighten little by little brighter. Even if your eyes try to look the other way, keep your eyes on the picture. The clarification of the image will last from couple of seconds to twenty seconds, depending on the person. If your gaze wanders, start from the beginning, and try as many times, in order to succeed.
- When the picture appears, it appears quite clearly in the 3D view!
- Let your eyes relax, and if you used a pen to focus, take the pen slowly out of the way. When the brain learns to do this once correctly, it is easier to repeat over and over again.
The technique above is called the Cross-eye technique and we will need it with stereogram pictures and in the all-seeing-eye practices. You will experience amazing things with it. The cross-eye technique can be used in the mental world too, to get deeper and more creative hypnosis and trance states. In this exercise you will develop your skill to use the all-seeing-eye. At the beginning you focus on solving the task to find 5 differences. Let your eyes and brain cooperate, they will automatically solve this problem.
At baseline, the images are arranged next to each other and your job is to use the cross-eye technique, as you would be looking at a 3D picture. Read the instructions below first before solving this.
So when you take a cross-eye look, the left eye sees the image on the right, and the right one sees the image on the left.
Your brain and eyes go through the following process:
Centralize your eyes so that you get two images in the middle, on top of each other, leaving you with only three images. For some people this step will happen automatically and the four-image stage does not appear at all.
Calmly wait until the picture is sharpened. This may take a few seconds or even minutes on the first time. Wait and see. It is important that your gaze is concentrated only on the image in the middle. This is a crucial phase! If necessary,try to relax completely, and repaat this phase as often as you need to get the picture sharpened. If the image does not sharpen, it may be that your eyes are too low or you have taken and twisted them too far back. Go ahead and try to change the distance a bit, and always remember to wait a few moments, so your brain has time to respond.
When your brain finalises the picture, you will notice the errors in the picture as gleaming spots. A sort of halo should be on top of them. When you succeed, it is absolutely certain that you know what I mean.
Complete the task
When you see the errors sparkle, your mission is completed. Mistakes are 5 in total. Did you find them all? Well done.
You are ready to move to the more difficult challenges. Perhaps you need to practice that cross-eye gaze a few times, so that you can see how it is more convenient and easy each time you do it. And remember, if your eyes or your head aches, take a break. I know it is hard to quit now..
Second task: Find only one error
An error should be found rather easily, if you used the same technique as before. Next we will try something absolutely incredible.
Third task: Locate the missing star
Did you find the star? If you did, congratulations! You have learned one of the physical world techniques of the all-seeing eye. As you can see, our brain is designed to do something completely different than what we usually do all day long. My life was changed when only one single belief of mine changed. I used to believe that a person can use only 5 - 10 % of his/her brain capacity. As a part of personal development process I realized that I and everyone else can use the whole 100 % of our brain. It's all about understanding the knowledge and learning the correct techniques to implement it.
It makes me wonder: if you can have this kind of results in the physical world with all-seeing-eye, what kind of results you can have in the mental world with hypnosis and meditation practices?