Ancient Secret Art of Mind Power

Everything you need is within you.Unleash your hidden MindPower in 19 sets of Guiding Principles.

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Being single, I would move around inside the masses to observe all their stupidity, idiocity in mannerism and characters of Idolising just about anything- be inanimate or animate.

Wednesday, June 01, 2005

4th Guiding Principle

Impress- at one glance

Let's briefly summarise where we are up to.So far we have concentrated on achieving an effect by using the power of our minds.To reinforce this we have used words, telepathic images and the power of suggestion.Now we want to go one step further and train our 'look'- how we use our eyes.

"The eyes are the windows of the soul".
"If looks could kill!"

You are probably very familiar with both of the above sayings.Now you are going to learn how to make use of these powerful tools- your eyes- except of course you do not want to 'kill' with a look! What you want, and are going to learn is how to influence others with your look and to guide them to your way of thinking.

The windows of your soul

If the eyes are the windows of the soul, then we must educate our 'soul' to be able to work through our eyes.Resolve that your eyes shall express with powerful effect all that you want them to say.Resolve also that your gaze will always be one of goodwill.When your look truly comes from your heart people cannot help but to like, trust and accept you.They will see you as a kindred spirit.

You will gain sympathy just by your look!

During any conversation, it is not merely your words but also your facial expression; eye to eye contact, body language and gestures that form a lasting impression.Sometimes the face- particularly the eyes- can seem to contradict what is being verbalised.Indeed it has long been recognised that looking into someone's eyes can tell you whether or not they are telling the truth! When the facial expression and the inner attitude are in harmony, the message being delivered can have a powerful impact.Many successful people make use of this.

Sometimes people read faces wrongly.It is important to recognise that a relaxed facial expression can actually be a well-trained and practised mask behind which greed and calculation can be hidden.It is just as easy to misinterprete a tense and thoughtful looking face too, imagining it is hostile unfriendly face.If we see such tension in a face we are often guilty of assuming it is directed at us- when actually the person simply has a lot on their mind.

We have to learn not only to read facial expressions but also to adopt different facial expressions ourselves.It is not always easy to judge people correctly, which is why it is easy for hypocrites to deceive their fellow men.You however, need no longer be taken in by them, because you are going to train your look.

Do you remember what we promised you at the start? To immediately be able to see through a person at a glance.Let's see how this can be done.....

Be irresistible

So you want to be irresistible? You want to immediately make a good impression on others? You want to be known nice, pleasant, friendly and generous person? You can take a step in this direction once you have mastered the methods of using the right look.

The single most important criterion is that you relax your face.A relaxed face is harmonius and attractive, giving a clear signal to people that you are easy to get along with.It further signals that you are peaceable and have the necessary respect and regards for fellow men.A relaxed face also makes you look younger.

A relaxed facial expression imparts honesty, sincerity, integrity, fairness, candour and uprighteousness.With attributes such as these it will be easy not only to get to know other people but also to impress them.You will look like someone with a sympathetic ear.People will want to talk to you- in fact if you're not careful you could find your time being monopolised by others!

Another type of 'look' is an interested facial expression- this is one people will certainly love you for.Indicating interest in what another is saying is a fabulous way to boost their self-confidence and build their enthusiasm.

Interest in the other person

When you show interest in others, this shows that you too are an interesting person.By showing you want to help someone, support them or stand by them,you immediately become attractive to others too.In order to show interest, your gaze should be calm and attentive.Quickly turning the head away or nervously glancing another way betrays the fact that you are actually not interested in the person talking to you! So remain still.Watch the newscasters on television and emulate how they look straight ahead and appear calm and attentive.

A look can also help you to win sympathy for yourself and the advantages of this are plain to see.No further explaination is needed.Nothing is as helpful as a loving, understanding look at the right time.It is said that a song says more than a thousand words- so too does an appropriate look.

So let us now learn how to train a look with which you an achieve your purpose.Remember the two basic expessions we have look at- relaxed and interested.Practise these tintensively so they never appear forced or exaggerated.You must only have the face of an interested person- you must be really interested!

Empty your mind

Imagine for a moment bumping into somebody you really don't like.Your feelings will doubtless be obviously profound from your face- in fact you probably even altered your expression while only imaging this person! You have to learn to avoid giving so much away from your face at all costs.And the clue to this is to think of nothing at all when you meet this person, to empty your head of all negativity.Your mind should contain neither feelings of anger or hate.If you find this difficult then divert your thoughts from it instead.Think of something lovely, something that makes you really happy- and allow the other person's gaze to pass right through you.


The key to success is to stay relaxed.Watch your breathing and keep it steady, deep and rhythmically (many people either hold their breath or hyperventilate when faced with a situation they don't like!).Don't let any unwanted thoughts intrude upon your mind.Pay attention to your scalp and facial muscles, releasing any tension and removing furrowed brows, squinting eyes and tight lips.Watch how you are holding you tongue in your mouth- when tense most people have it firmly placed against the roof of their mouth.A relaxed tongue should just lie comfortably behind your lower teeth- not clamped behind your teeth.Try for a moment holding your tongue both ways and feel the tension changes in your neck and jaw.Relax you face and see how relaxed you begin to feel.

Don't neglect the rest of your body though.Think about your posture as you stand- are your shoulders hunched, your hands clamped and your weight leaning forward? If so then you run the risk of looking and feeling like someone who is ill and unease with themselves.Take a deep breath and as you exhale, gradually release all the tension in your body.Starting from your head and neck feel the tension simply soak away down through your feet and into the earth.Relax your shoulders and just let your arms hang naturally by your sides.Release tension from your hands, your back, hips, legs and feet.Balance your body back over your feet- so you don't look scared and feel like someone who is ready to flee.Practise this at home and adopt it wherever you are- you'll be amazed at the impact it will have on yourself and others.There is a saying- 'a balanced body makes a balanced mind'.

An animated and relaxed look

Up to how we've looked at using the 'look' when you were either sitting or standing.Now it's time to practise it while on the move.Take a golf player as an example.He or she stands on the tee completely relaxed.Not until they raise the club and guide it towards the ball does relaxation turn for one moment into total tension.Now the stroke is perfect.Their whole power, their whole tension was concentrated towards one point.The player is completely relaxed again after the stroke.

Now practise relaxation while moving.Walk up and down and observe yourself while doing so.Do you immediately become tensed and cramped? Then you must change this.Become aware at all times of how you are holding yourself- as soon as you feel tension, release it.Pracise this until it becomes very natural to you.And everytime you relax, try to train the your look too.Pay attention to your facial expression and control it so it will bring best results to you.

Successful naivette

Most people generally desire to appear cleverer than what they really are- and there is nothing wrong with this.Bwho we are and why shouldn't we sometimes make a virtue of our lack of knowledge in certain circumstances? It is possible to use your naivette to become successful.

People will open up to you more in conversation if you drop the air of being someone who knows it all.It is so much easier to chat freely with someone who acknowledges his or her very own ordinary human flaws.It is far less threatening and intimidating.

At the same time however, it is important not to take this to the opposite extreme, as this will only result in making you appear more foolish than what you already are- just keep certain things only to yourself.A salesperson with a healthy portion of naivette can certainly make a better deal with most customers.By holding himself back, he upgrades the customer making him feel good about himself.The customer will feel at ease.Consequently you achieve greater turnover with such a salesperson than one who 'knows it all'.Healthy naivette is successful naivette!

Be Healthy, Be Wealthy and Be Happy to help others.