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Seeing everything is best to develop with a number of different methods, in lots of different situations.

We all use our broadband awareness in a subliminal way, usually when daydreaming, walking, cycling, or driving. When i'm cycling i am often conscious of about 60° of the broadband horizontal centre field. To do that consciously is a good safe first step.

Extra Seeing Exercises
A. A good idea is, sitting in a train, facing in the direction of travel, focus on something in front, and then watch the world going by on both sides.

B. It's the opposite of screwing up the eyes and staring. Maybe it's good to just physically open your eyes as wide as they will go. But then start noticing all the new objects you now see round the periphery in order to keep your eyes wide open.

C. Stretch out your arms to the sides, turn your hands inwards, and wiggle your fingers (like leaves) then slowly move them upward, then down – trace out and recognise the shape of your field of vision, the whole oval shape.

D. Its quite easy to select points, or areas of around 30-40° on both sides, and to be aware of both simultaneously. Then try to expand the areas, or try the diagnonals and then find areas on the diagonals.

I believe every 15° or so at the perimeter of your field of vision, is an area which is sensitive to, responds to and stimulates our moods.

'Gong like' Exercises
There are a number of 'Gong like' exercises which i find stimulate broadband seeing. The main problem is that almost all teachers on you tube etc. do these exercises with the eyes shut.

Falun Dafa
Falun Dafa exercise nos. 2 and 3 are very good, but even Master Li does them with eyes closed. I obviously learnt wrong, because i do it with my eyes open – and i have no intention of changing that. exercise 1 falun dafa

Collections of all 5 exercises are available. But the good videos, which i learnt with, are no longer online.

These are examples from exercise number 2. In exercise 2 the starting position is good if you look at the hands, because it positions the head so that you can see the movement of the hands during positions 2, 3, 4, and 5.

exercise 2 falun dafaexercise 3 falun dafaexercise 4 falun dafa

Then it is similar to exercise C above, though somewhat more relaxed. In positions 2, 3, 4, and 5 (5 is a repeat of position 2) one moves the hands slowly up and then around the entire periphery of one's panoramic field of vision, as though holding a cartwheel.

Exercise 3 is demonstrated here:, (turn off the sound, the commentary is 'crazy-irrelevant').

Chi Gong – 8 Brocades

The 5th exercise of the 8 Brocades is remarkable, it is called : The Wise Owl Gazes Backwards. It is equally remarkable that most people do it with the eyes closed.

I had a truly excellent teacher who told us to "look as far as you can see", but then he said to do this you must narrow the eyes – and actually this was incorrect : You must look, as the name of the exercise implies, like an owl does – with the eyes wide open! – the only youtube videos which show this even vaguely is
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And i would like to add that, i find looking as far as i can with eyes open, gives the best neck and shoulder exercise.

Looking with two eyes
A letter from Michael Heinbockel :
I found a way to fall asleep very quick. I don‘t know why but it almost always works.

I close my eyes and focus on the back of my lids. That totally stops me from thinking and having pictures in front of my inner eye.

It reminds me of your idea to look at a wall without focusing.

My Answers:
First i noticed my eyes felt warm, then a far stronger sensation, i noticed how i'd got two eyes – rather than one vision point or field which i was looking at.

>Two eyes, yeah, same experience here.

... and then the abstract thoughts started and i thought ... if it works, it's something to do with the two brain halves not being connected and coordinated by the one field or object of vision.

i did a google search for
"birds eye open controls brain awake"
Obviously it's common knowledge: birds can sleep with one eye open and half of their brain awake, and they control how awake they are, by how open their eye is.

I have got to sleep with this a couple of times. It quickly blanks out the thinking, like a vacuum.

An Experiment for someone
If you want to do a meditation with candles – instead of staring at one candle, experiment with two on both sides, or four on the diagonals. A therapeutic idea for hard case TV. addicts, would be to have their TV. screens set up with laser beams to blink irregularly on the walls, ceiling and floor.

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