2 Eyes – 1 Object Stay Connected

In our daily lives the use of the eyes is often overlooked. Try to focus on two different objects, using one of your eye on one item and another eye on another item. For example, one eye looking at your phone and the other eye looking at a dining table, can you do it? I bet not, but when it comes to concentration, we tend to fool ourselves, that we can multitask, like watching a TV while holding a conversation. One might argue that we use different organs and senses for doing that, hears and eyes, but it has proven that you will loose one of the two either, you will not 100% comprehend what you hear or might not follow the plot on the tv program.

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Personally, I have add problem concentrating when i try to do multitask, and I have read dozen of papers or ear talks, that it has proven scientifically that we cannot multitask and yet we try to do that. In my own little experiment, I have found that when you fixated your concentration on an object you tend to grasp the meaning of it (insert mindfulness), for example when. you bottle feed the baby, and have eye contact, you tend to unearth new features of your baby that were not even there. So what’s the secret? Well i would like to call this method 2 eyes – 1 object system.

<p value="<amp-fit-text layout="fixed-height" min-font-size="6" max-font-size="72" height="80">When you fix your eyes to a single object, you tend to concentrate on that object, your full attention should be there as if your life depends on it and by doing so, you are full immersed in the experience, full concentrated on the object and you shall be able to gain more from that interaction rather than your eyes wandering around. So next time, you want to elongate your attention span, fix your two eyes on a single object.When you fix your eyes to a single object, you tend to concentrate on that object, your full attention should be there as if your life depends on it and by doing so, you are full immersed in the experience, full concentrated on the object and you shall be able to gain more from that interaction rather than your eyes wandering around. So next time, you want to elongate your attention span, fix your two eyes on a single object.