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On this final week I’ll present you the different types of magnetic gaze. At this point, as you can probably see there’s plenty of different practices and ways that the magnetic gaze can improve your life and charisma. I’ll list the several different ones that are improved by the different exercises.

Since this is the last week I’ll also teach you ways to keep you training and your gaze sharp.

Exercises for this third week are:

Exercise 8 “Candle Gazing” – You may know this exercise from a yoga practice called Tratak. It’s the last of the foundation exercises for the steady gaze.

Exercise 9 “Eagle Eye” – This exercises teaches you how you can deduct and observe many things with just one glance. It can also be part 3 of the Separating Masses Into Details but I wanted this to have a different name so you can distinguish the different types of magnetic gaze. Obviously you need to do the marble exercise first before going into this one.

Exercise 10 “Power Gaze” – The power gaze is an introduction to a different type of magnetic gaze. One that transmits power from your gaze.


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If you have any questions/insights/comments feel free to leave a comment below. I would love to know what you thought of this course and what benefits have you achieved even after this short period of 4 weeks.

The next course is called: “How To Have The Will Power To Achieve All Your Goals”.

Recommended Reading

“High Magick” by Frater U.D.

The Bates Method for Better Eyesight Without Glasses” by William Bates

“Relearning to See: Improve Your Eyesight — Naturally!” by Thomas Quackenbush

“The Act of Will” by Roberto Assagioli

“The Etheric Double” by A.E. Powell

“Psychic Discoveries: The Iron Curtain Lifted” by Sheila Ostrander & Lynn Schroeder

“The Chakras” by C.W. Leadbeater

“Theories of the Chakras” by Hiroshi Motoyama

“Mind Power Into the 21st Century” by John Kehoe