The Power of the Magnetic Gaze

Here’s an interesting question about the Magnetic Gaze.

“When you practice the MG exercises for a long time do people fold beneath your gaze and have a hard time meeting your stare?”

That really depends on the intention you want to give to your eyes.

Do you really want to be like that all the time?

If you decide to develop this kind of gaze all the time, you’ll have to deal with the consequences. And one of them will surely be having a hard time establish a genuine connection with others as this kind of gaze doesn’t allow that.

Personally, I really find no need for that and prefer to have more gentle and friendly eyes than threatening eyes, with the possibility to have these threatening eyes such the need arises.

It’s a choice you have to make based on your personality and way to look at the world.

But if this is what you want, to be all the time with powerful and threatening eyes, then it’s perfectly possible. In fact, on the Magnetic Gaze Level 2 course we teach you this specifically.

Many others have developed the Magnetic Gaze for bad purposes. The Italians call it “malocchio” or evil eye.

This is a gaze technique where one person gives to another when they want to harm them. It’s a way to put a curse on others that can cause physical pain.

Although there’s many ways you can use the Magnetic Gaze for evil purposes, we recommend not to use it to harm others in any way, since remember:

What goes around, comes around.

In our teachings, we encourage the use of the Magnetic Gaze to reach your objectives and develop your own Personal Magnetism, but without this evil counterpart as it won’t bring anyone any good.

To start developing your Magnetic Gaze, we have the perfect course designed to teach you the bare bones and immediately start to develop powerful eyes:

Magnetic Gaze Foundations

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