Eye accessing cues

    Each of you at least occasionally draws attention to the interlocutor during the conversation looks away. The direction of the gaze changes depending on the topic of the conversation, the attitude towards you, the state, and indeed the personality of the interlocutor.

    In terms of NLP, this is called eye accessing cues.

    In order not to wait for the next conversation with a person, we will use the competitive work of Michael Simon Toon “Thought Moments” for British Films in order to pay attention to the directions of the interlocutor’s eyes. I can not imagine an example more obvious than this

    The author of the video uses the following keys:
    IMAGINATION - imaginationMEMORY - memory
    EXPRESSION - expressionLANGUAGE - language
    EMOTION - emotionsLOGIC - logic
    More pictures of the scheme:


    The scheme is true for most people, though with certain personal nuances. For example, for lefties, inversion around the vertical axis is possible. Therefore, it is desirable to check this scheme in each specific case; it is also true for most peoples, with the exception of the Basques . They have no division into design and remembrance. ( what is so special about them ... or did a UFO fly in and leave the Basques? )

    It becomes clear the expression “is in the clouds”

    PS Video description
    Thought Moments is a Buddhist term for the mental states that we experience after a physical or mental object enters the mind. This film examines subjects during such thought moments. It does this by recording reactions to questions that are seemingly innocuous, but actually seek to reveal our true nature.
    Thought moments - A Buddhist term for the conditions in which the mind is located after the penetration of a physical or mental object. This film is aimed at studying people at such moments. Research methodology - recording reactions to seemingly innocuous questions that actually seek to

    uncover the real nature of P.PS personality . Test questions for experiments
    [Up-right] Visual memories:
    • What color is your front door?
    • What did you look like a year ago
    • What is the shape of the subway car windows?
    • How many floors are there in the house you live in?
    • What is depicted on a 10-ruble note?
    [Up-Left] Visual Design:
    • Introduce yourself with red hair
    • If you turn the map over, then in what direction will the southeast be?
    • Imagine a purple triangle inside a red square.
    • Will this jacket go with green trousers / skirts?
    [Right] Auditory Memory:
    • Can you hear your favorite piece of music inside you?
    • What door in your house creaks the loudest? How does the busy tone sound on your phone?
    • What voices do your parents have?
    • Can you hear the choral singing within you?
    [Left] Audio construction:
    • How loud will it be if ten people shout at the same time?
    • How will your voice sound underwater?
    • Imagine your favorite melody that sounds twice as fast.
    • What sound does the piano make when it falls from the tenth floor?
    • What will the cry of a mandrake look like?
    • How will a chain saw sound in a corrugated iron shed?
    [Down-Right] Internal dialogue:
    • What tone are you talking to yourself?
    • Read the nursery rhyme to yourself.
    • When you speak to yourself, where does your voice come from?
    • What do you say to yourself when things go wrong?
    [Down-Left] Kinesthetic:
    • How would you feel wearing wet socks?
    • What is it like to lower your feet into a cold pool?
    • What would you feel like pulling a woolen sweater on your naked body?
    • Which hand is warmer now - right or left?
    • How nice would it be for you to sit in a bathtub with warm water?
    • What velvet feel?
    • Remember the smell of ammonia

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