Eye Gazing

In by Ronel Van TonderLeave a Comment


February 9, 2019

Cape Town


Sometimes words can be a barrier from being able to connect with the part of ourselves that has a message to send across to the other.

93% of what we communicate is non-verbal, therefore the simplest of truths can be often communicated with no force, the only requirement is presence.

Eye Gazing has been scientifically proven to reduce stress, depression, social anxiety, substance addiction, loneliness and cognitive distortions, it helps increase, confidence, empathy, intuition, and self-awareness.

This process is about allowing whom we connect with to be exactly as they are. The moment one begins to try and “search” for meaning, it makes it difficult to synchronise the connection.

By trusting the process to unveil itself, this is when balanced flow of equal giving and receiving takes place, and then we begin to experience the benefits of this exercise in real time.




Step 1. Find a partner and sit with them, if no one is free please take a seat and someone will sit with you shortly..
Step 2. Take a deep breath and let go of any expectations..
Step 3. Be present.
Step 4. Allow whatever it is that comes up to move through you.
Step 5. Focus on an equal giving and receiving.
Step 5. Move on to the next person…

About the Author

Ronel Van Tonder

Web designer and administrator for All Terrain. Began building websites about 2 years ago, and my passion for webdesign just took over. Love keeping up to date with new technologies, and continuously adding to my knowledge and experience.

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