Half an hour ago I remembered a book on yoga - the first book I bought in my life.

I decided to tell you in order to demonstrate to the younger generation how wonderful freedom of information is and how much what we all have should be appreciated.


I googled this book and downloaded it, opened it in the reading app, set the correct letter size. How far is it all from the pages reprinted on the copier, with barely distinguishable text, which I bought then, many years ago.


I will not name it, I do not recommend it, because it is dangerous - breathing exercises are described incorrectly.


I'll tell you what was useful, adding knowledge from other sources.


It was 1983. I was in the central libraries named after Lenin in Tbilisi.

In the library, you had to stand in line for special ones, write out a number, take it to the librarian and wait. On a small elevator, the book climbed to you after 40 minutes.


Lao Tzu said - if something shiny shines often, it fades. Freedom of information has had a devaluation of the information itself - it was a plus in the long wait.

The required setting was being worked out. The right to read had to be finished off: to stand in line; expect; There were few books and you had to catch up with other petitioners; you waited months for some books.

In the line of the filing cabinet, I met the man who offered me a book, giving me the equivalent of the cost of a plane ticket.

I certainly didn't have it, I was 13 years old.

I called my grandfather Vakhtang Piranishvili Senior and asked him to bring 50 rubles to the library - one third of his salary, because I want to buy a book.

My grandfather financed my not-so-childish whim and never asked me about the book.

I brought this book home, did not show it to my friends, studied, then studied those authors who are mentioned there.

The book itself is not worth reading, but there are some very interesting exercises that I want to retell you.

The gaze is developed first.

Exercise not to blink, fix your gaze on the bridge of the nose of the reflection in the mirror.

As if penetrating deeply.

This is the first phase.

The communication pattern consists of “turning on” this gaze when uttering the words, and “turning off” as soon as the interlocutor begins to speak.

I repeat - your words are supported by this look, and when the interlocutor begins to speak, you let go of your eyes.

In the literature, this view is called magnetic. These, and other techniques of the magnetic influence of one person over others, I consider the early forerunners of NLP.

Very ancient - the book I'm talking about was written more than a hundred years ago.


And the third stage, what I remember and like - you need to learn how to convey emotion without changing your face.

The gaze should thicken into emotion. We feel when someone is staring at the back of our head, or when we look at someone, he often turns.

An Englishman in India 200 years ago described how he was invited to observe the death sentence, turned by the Raj into a parapsychological experiment - they brought a condemned to death and a person with a "bad" look. He stared at the criminal, and the latter died in convulsions.

Whether it was a matter of self-hypnosis or not, I will not say, but we have all heard about the bad look and the good.

The magnetic look is a coin with two sides.

Please, if you begin to develop this ability according to my instructions, use it for good, this is my Request.

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