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Ken Ward's Mind Mastery Course

Your owner's manual for your brain - that you never received or never read.

clear.gif (807 bytes) The eye position chart below gives you an idea about the Modality being used by the person when they are processing information. This pattern is followed by most right-handed people and many left-handed people. Look at the diagram below and then the video. 

In some cases the left and right positions are reversed.

Eye positions and modalities

Eye Positions and Preferred Modality

The pictures on the left illustrate the eye positions and the preferred modality. When constructing visual images in the mind, you will notice that people tend to look up and to their right.

When making up sounds, they look directly to their right.

When remembering visual images or sounds, they look to their left. If the image is visual, then they look up and to the left. If auditory, they look directly left.

A person visualizing may look straight ahead as if gazing at something that isn't there.

Internal dialogue is indicated by the person looking down and to their left.

Kinesthetic by their looking down and to their right.

When modelling another person, you should pay attention to their eye positions as they explain things to you.

Animation of Eye Movements: