Catching Something Out of the Corner of Your Eye
It’s happened to many of us, catching something out of the corner of your eye. Something in our peripheral vision shoots by or pops in. We turn our heads to look and see nothing.
When we catch something out of the corner of our eye, we are seeing it in a defocused state. In another dimension one could say. And when we turn our heads to look, our eyes land on something solid. A door or a lamp perhaps. It is the actual focusing of the eyes on that door or lamp that keeps us in this reality.
How to See What is There
If one wants to see what is beyond this reality, they need to look beyond the solid. They need to release their focus, relax and allow. Remember Magic Eye Stereograms? Those photos that looked like a bunch of jumbled dots? If you stared long enough with a relaxed focus an image would show up. This is what I’m talking about. When we focus our site, we see the reality we have created and live in. When we defocus our vision we are able to see what is “in between” the reality. In short, that is what we are trying to see.
So the next time you catch something out of the corner of your eye, relax. Allow that something to remain in (or return) to your peripheral. Better yet, practice defocusing and relaxing your eyes on a regular basis so when the time comes, you have a better chance to connect and see.
Start With Allowing
Some people say we see with our mind’s eye and there is truth to that. Just know that the mind’s eye is not the physical eye and is based not in this solid reality, but in the spaces in between. Many people ask me how to “see” spirits or visions. Start with disconnecting from the solid. Begin with relaxing and allowing. As a result, you will finally start to see what you caught out of the corner of your eye.
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