Here is where we begin with the first of the gazing techniques. It is called, ‘The Mirror’,

and it is an essential preliminary practice to bring awareness into alignment with the intention of gazing. This is the state of consciousness I was subject to when my attention was redeployed by the masterful acts of my benefactors. As I viewed the complexity that was my compartmentalization in terms of my third eye capacity, I was taught the first technique.

Imagine that you are laying your right hand upon your chest, over your heart center, and choose an object to gaze at. Any will do. Simultaneously view the object while immersed in the feeling of your heart. Realize that as you see it, it sees you.

Everything you encounter, be aware of the perception that merges with you. You are everything and everything is you, in terms of the feeling that presses from your heart, through your eyes, to what you gaze at. Be immersed within the union that is ever present, that we have been isolated from by virtue of the fact that our individuality gives us the illusion of separation.

Next, when you meet another human being, view them as you view yourself, while you are immersed in your own heartfelt feelings. This will bring you into a point of union.

Listen to them intently, giving them your full attention, your whole heartedness. Watch every gesture that emerges. Be careful not to become fixated even though you are concentrated. Be without effort, keep a light heart. Do not seek to speak of what you discover. Only listen and watch the event unfold. This is the first step away from the obsessive self. Do not seek personal validation at any point. Do not add any part of yourself.

Practice this awareness for at least twenty one days, until it becomes you. Be of service to those you encounter. Do what they ask of you without quarrel, without question.

Become aware of your bindings, your conditioned programming, through this practice. Remember do not speak out of turn. Watch and be kind.

Love or honor the other that you are gazing upon as if they were yourself. Give your time to them as if their time was your time to be given.

Do not regret any of your actions and do not seek any form of validation. Do not display any gestures that may reveal the way you feel, if you are being offended. Keep it to yourself.

Grab yourself a diary and write down all the opposing forces and feelings that you have that erupt within you. Do not write about the other person, for in this instance they are you, in terms of the activity you have undertaken.

Move slowly and carefully, gently away from everything. This act within itself will merge and unify you, separating that part of yourself that may be selfish into units that can be examined for recall.

Though this may seem contradictory, in doing this you will begin to become aware of those isolated elements that actually are preventing you from being whole.

Be within your heart.
See and feel with your heart.
Recognize your heart within another.
Speak words from the heart.
Receive the words of another within those precious chambers.