People are much more of an open book than they are aware of. Body language can tell a great deal about what is going on inside ones thoughts. One of the most easily observed, yet widely unnoticed aspects of body language is eye movement. Our eye movements are often a reflection of what type of mental processes we are engaged in.
The following illustration depicts the major types of eye movements and their significance.
If you are chatting with someone and they keep looking to their right, laterally or upward, they are likely engaged in imagination or fabrication.
If they look to their left, laterally or upward, they are likely engaged in recall of an actual experience from their memory.
Looking downward generally signifies internal dialog. Eyes down and left signifies internal auditory dialog.
Eyes down and to the right signifies internal kinesthetic dialog.
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The information in this field is organized mostly in books, which is amazing taking into consideration the fact that it’s a visual mode of communication, and the crucial thing is to have the visual memory of the movement in mind when one encounters the relevant gesture.
Cards send a signal to our brain that it’s a game and not another bulk of information that we have to learn. People like to play and thus the information is more effectively consolidated.
By flash cards much of the information is integrated in additional brain areas, those involved in habits acquisition.
It’s also a very easy way to practice and repeat the information which is more complicated with other means.
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