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MIRROR WHICH DOES NOT WORRY - DOES NOT TRY THE WORLD AWARE

MIRROR WHICH DOES NOT WORRY - DOES NOT TRY THE WORLD AWARE

Author of the article: Igor Dmitrenko

MIRROR, WHICH DOES NOT WORRY, DOES NOT REJECT THE WORLD AWARENESS. KNOW HOW. INTRODUCTION. PATENT. INVENTION. TECHNOLOGIES

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The habitual mirror to which we piously believe has an insidious property: it turns the real world inside out. We and our mirror reflection are exactly the opposite.

Combing your hair with your right hand, pay attention to the fact in which hand your comb keeps the reflection. If you are right-handed then he is left-handed. Write your surname, name, patronymic, come up with this business card to the mirror and make sure that you do not see yourself, and at the same time it looks like you like two peas. But your heart is located in the chest on the left, and in your mirror double it "beats" on the right. He has a different body arrangement, a different arrangement of internal organs.

Since childhood, we are told that we can only see ourselves in the mirror, but in reality, in the mirror, we do not see ourselves as our antipode. The complete opposite of the subject is always difficult to distinguish from it. For example, two of our hands are very similar to each other but because they are called one left and the other right that they are antipodes in their structure. That's why they are not compatible and the right glove can not be put on the left arm.

We, adults are accustomed to our reflection, selflessly trusting him. But what brings us involuntary identification of ourselves with our antipodes?

Although our reflection is incorporeal, but it has an image, and as in a photograph. Only in the photo we see ourselves, our image and in the mirror our reflection - our complete opposite. Naturally, if we are communicating with someone or viewing the image, we look most into his eyes. The value of the human eye as the windows from which the soul is looking is seen long ago. Today we also use such expression as "one-on-one conversation".

Perhaps looking into the mirror, in the face of our reflection, we unwittingly establish a spiritual contact with our complete opposite - our antipode, and believing that we look into our own eyes, we believe in the thoughts of the desires and feelings that arise in our hearts as a result of such silent, eye to eye. Involuntarily trusting to whom we see in the mirror as to ourselves, we learn from him to love and hate what our eyes, his eyes and what is possible dictate to us, and what is possible is contrary to our nature, our soul.

With reflection, we advise not only choosing your clothes, your hair, but asking him what I am and who I am. And if the person's eyes really serve not only for sight but also for intuitive spiritual communication of people among themselves, then the image of our ethereal antipode from behind the looking-glass performs for us the role of spiritual mentor shaping our "I".

Studies established that any of us met with a glance with their reflection in the mirror unconsciously falls into the light subhypnoid trance. Is not this light hypnosis to which we unconsciously expose ourselves by looking in the mirror as an indicator that the reflection is turning not only reality but also affects our souls? The insidiousness of the mirror is difficult for us to notice. Indeed, what can be more similar to us, more credible and at the same time more opposite than our own reflection? Although the mirror, even in the form of a surface of standing water, was always, but not always was the opportunity to explain to the person that he sees in him not himself, but his exact opposite, because to understand this you need to have elementary knowledge. Today, we all know that the mirror-symmetrical figures are opposite and are antipodes (in their structure). It is interesting that the very fact of the effect of a mirror on a person has been noticed by people for a long time. Let us recall, for example, the legend of Narcis, who loved his reflection and died, or the story of Alexander Pushkin, where a woman led by her mirror image, asking his opinion, then committed a crime. "Tell me the light of my mirror. . . "We ask each time we meet our reflection with a glance and find an answer in his eyes. But let's not forget that we are not looking into our own eyes, and we are not communicating with ourselves. After all, the complete opposite of man is an anti-human - an ethereal, deceptively similar antipode from whose behind-the-mirror that is not, and yet we whole-heartedly believe.

It is difficult to overestimate the role of the mirror in the formation of our "I". Having believed the deceptive similarity of our reflection and remembering this image, these eyes we try to look and behave so as to please "myself." Whether we are sure that we see ourselves in the mirror at times lose our peace of mind, we are shaken between two opposites - between ourselves, our conscience and the look that we see every time in looking in the mirror, and trying to find a compromise, to reconcile the irreconcilable, spiritual nature, unwittingly turning into actors playing a role dictated by the spiritual essence of our antipode. And yet there is a lot of uncertain, scientifically proven in this matter. It is not proved, for example, that through the sight spiritual contact is established between people, it is not proved that having the image of the body opposite to ours, and the spiritual essence of our reflection must be the opposite to us. And can we speak about the spiritual essence of the disembodied image? While there are more questions than answers, but the fact that we look into the eyes of our reflection every time we get into an easy hypnotic trance makes us think about this question. After all, any hypnosis, even the easy one does not remain without consequences. What can we expect from our anti-"I" from the looking-glass?

Of course, all these discussions require a certain mental effort, a reassessment of seemingly unshakable convictions, a time for reflection. After all, to tell a person that so far he has seen himself in the mirror is not himself to encroach upon his "holy of holies" his visible "I" to which he is so used. And probably the best counselor here should be not only our mind but our intuition, our heart - this unconscious but true indicator of truth.

What should we do to modern people to avoid the magnetizing hypnotic view of their reflection and at the same time see themselves, their true and not inverted image? Is it possible to see ourselves as we really are, such as the people around us see? How to look into your eyes and not your own opposite? How to fix your appearance without damaging your soul? To bring in an order that dictates to us our own image and not the inverted look of our antipode, which we see in the eyes of our reflection.

MIRROR WHICH DOES NOT WORRY - DOES NOT WORRY THE WORLD ON THE DOWN

It turns out you can see yourself and it's pretty simple. The mirror that does not rotate our image is shown in the picture.

As you can see, the right hand reflected in this mirror again remains right. Write your name and looking in this mirror it is easy to read it as usual to the right to the left, making sure that now you see yourself. In this mirror our image is not turned out. The heart is on our left and our image is also on the left. And although it is at first glance uncomfortable to use this mirror, it's just a matter of habit and after a while you will be able to freely comb your hair and put yourself in order. Is it not better to face the truth and see yourself than thoughtlessly go about with a disguised lie that is disguised as a truth?

REFERENCES

  1. Shubnikov A.V. - "Symmetry and antisymmetry of finite figures". Publishing house A.NSSSR.1951 Moscow.

  2. Shubnikov A.V. - "The problem of dissymmetry of material objects". Izdat. A.N. THE USSR. 1961 Moscow.

  3. Gardner M. - "This right, left world." Moscow, 1967.

  4. JOURNALS:

    • Chemistry and Life. 1998 No. 6. "The Great Hypnotist Mirror"

    • "Technology of Youth". 1991 No. 10. "The Mirror of the Soul"

    • "Knowledge-Force", 1965 No. 7 "Call of the Antimir".

    • "Science and Life" in 1984 No. 1. "The language of the view." And etc.

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Author: Igor Dmitrenko
Site: http://Igor.iatp.ge/
Date of publication 27.11.2006gg