(borrowed from this site)
As a psychic, I can tell you that my reads involve my eye movement more than any other factor. Other than the fact I do not want to hear from the people I'm reading or even look at them at the time, my eyes are focusing in very specific directions to get more and more information. I have learned over the years just where to focus my eyes to get the info needed.
So, in my quest to understand more about my psychometric abilities, I have learned these things:
1. Certain objects are easier to read; metal/stone and some are much harder; paper/plastic.
2. A building that was burned completely had no readable surfaces anywhere.
3. My eye position is critical to my reads.
With #3 in mind, let's explore this a bit further. There is a science to eye positioning and the information in a person's brain that they are accessing. If I backtrack, I might be able to figure out what part of the brain's storage/processing I am using to access psychic info.
Isn't this exciting? This is what GHT is totally about! How are we going to make gains in the world of paranormal research if we don't ask the basic questions? If we know what part of the brain and what substances work best for readings, we may find the pathway by which a psychic gets info. Wow! (If I were a dude, I'd totally have a hard-on about now). Yeah, I'm a dork!
This site lists it this way:
In the visual mode, the person thinks by visualizing things and events. He or she often describes things in terms of sight, saying such things as, "Do you see what I mean?" or "The way I look at things."
By observing the person's eyes, you will see that they will often look upward to one side or the other when talking. Sometimes such a person will gaze forward, unfocussed. These eye movements are an indication of thinking in a visual mode.
In the auditory mode, the person thinks by hearing sounds. He or she often describes things in terms of sound, saying such things as, "Do you hear what I mean?" or "The way it sounds to me is..."
By observing the person's eyes, you will notice that they will often look sideways, as if to one ear or the other. These eye movements are an indication of thinking in a auditory mode.
In the kinesthetic mode, the person thinks by how he or she feels. Things or events are described in terms of feelings, saying such things as, "Do you get the same feeling as me about that?" or "The way I feel about it is..."
By observing the person's eyes, you will notice that they will often look down and to one side or the other. These eye movements are an indication of thinking in a kinesthetic or feeling mode.
The direction the person moves his or her eyes can often determine whether the answer is from memory or not. It works the best with visual thoughts. A person will typically look upward to the left if reaching into memory and to the right if creating the answer or constructing imaged images.
Although most people follow this left-right rule, there are some who are just the opposite. It is good to determine which is which before jumping to conclusions. You can find out the correct directions of a person by asking some leading questions like "What was the color of your first car?" to get a response from memory, and "What is your opinion of the President?" to get a creative response.
Here's a basic breakdown of positioning:
Eyes Up and Left: Non-dominant hemisphere visualization - i.e., remembered imagery (Vr).
Eyes Up and Right: Dominant hemisphere visualization - i.e., constructed imagery and visual fantasy (Vc).
Eyes Lateral Left: Non-dominant hemisphere auditory processing - i.e., remembered sounds, words, and "tape loops" (Ar) and tonal discrimination.
Eyes Lateral Right: Dominant hemisphere auditory processing - i.e., constructed sounds and words (Ac).
Eyes Down and Left: Internal dialogue, or inner self-talk (Ad).
Eyes Down and Right: Feelings, both tactile and visceral (K).
Eyes Straight Ahead, but Defocused or Dilated: Quick access of almost any sensory information; but usually vi
According to the chart above, my eye positioning is to the right, going from up (visual construction/fantasy) to right middle the majority of the time (auditory) and for deeper info, to the lower right lower (tactile/feeling/visceral). This would narrow down the part of my brain that appears to be processing psychometric information as rooted in the auditory mainly and occasionally visual/tactile/visceral areas. This would then allow me to construct a test to see if sound/sensations can make the reading easier or tougher. In reviewing where I first tap info and lock onto it, the eye positioning for making the link is...in the lower lateral range. It's interesting I don't use the left side at all and that is because it accesses my own memories. I absolutely never look to the left when reading and I never knew why.
Now, my brilliant readers, it's up to you to come up with ways for me to incorporate those into reads in an experiment. I would like to try and film this reading process using traditional methods and the experimental methods to amplify and see if they actually are based in the auditory/tactile regions. When I get together with Julie in February, this will be one of our projects for the blog.
*As a side note, if you want your memory to improve, move your eyes side to side for 30 seconds to help the two sides of the brain coordinate.*