The picture below is an exercise used by the people at the Thiaoouba Prophecy website to learn how to see auras.
The point is to cross your vision to make the circles converge and see a white cross. This is the complete exercise:
Now I have noticed that the technique needed to converge the circles is the same one used to see the images embedded in stereograms. For those who missed the craze in the 90’s, a stereogram is an abstract computer-generated image that is made from a basic source picture. The resultant abstract image looks like gibberish but the actual source photo can be seen using the technique mentioned above. Here is a sample Stereogram:
Now the tech used to see a stereogram’s image is the same as the one needed to converge the circles, but the ability to see the white cross may or may not be different, I can’t personally confirm if it is the same skill needed to focus on the stereogram.
But does anyone think that stereogram use has merit for this kind of training?
The application of such could be that, when training people to learn this, stereograms are more engaging and interesting and would hold people’s attention better than plain circles. It could help increase the chance of success by holding trainee’s interest better.
What do you think?