A Dating Tip Post : THE LEVELS OF EYE CONTACT. @Go_Movie_Mango
Eye contact is important, especially in dating and gauging people’s attraction to you. Eye contact flirting is therefore a powerful technique that you can use in most settings – including clubs, bars, the street, coffee shops.
I think Everyone should have a basic understanding of what each person is eye-coding to them in any given situation, and it doesn’t take a cryptographer to figure it out. Or if it does, then fuck it, I’m that cryptographer. So here the levels of it.
Level (-1): NO EYE CONTACT (INTENTIONAL) : It’s a person’s way of saying, “Get away from me, creep,” without, you know, actually saying it. . Level (-1) eye contact can also occur within a conversation.if someone is making an effort to NOT look at you, they’re not interested.
Level (0): NO EYE CONTACT (Unintentional): Absence of eye contact signals a lack of knowledge you exist. It means nothing other than they haven’t noticed you. Either they’re busy and focusing on something else, or you’re about as intriguing to look at as grandma’s new wallpaper.
LEVEL 1: GLANCE (UNCONSCIOUS) : The key here is that he or she is not aware of your eyes meeting and therefore nothing is registering to them as particularly interesting or enticing in that moment. Just like Level 0, this level of eye contact is neutral and nothing has happned
LEVEL 2: GLANCE (CONSCIOUS) : This is when your eyes and theirs happen to meet and then they look away immediately, except they look away consciously, whether it be shyness, awkwardness, or disinterest. Most people are not comfortable holding eye contact with strangers. Continue.
What would signal the interest here is that stranger's eyes were drawn to you in the first place. So it’s not the breaking it so much that is important, what’s important is that they consciously looked at you. Differentiating between Level 2 and Level 1 is subtle and hard to do.
A good exercise for someone who is new or shy is to practice never breaking eye contact with people before they break it with you. Walk around all day and make eye contact with people you find interesting or attractive. Keep doing it until it feels natural.
LEVEL 3: GLANCE AND A HALF : Level 3 is the first level where interest is conveyed, ever so slightly. Like the other lower levels of eye contact, the glance-and-a-half is subtle and difficult to notice without a lot of practice. It’s when someone looks at you and breaks eye contact as they normally do, but they hold the eye contact for a split second longer than is normal. I’m talking maybe 1/4 of a second longer. Whereas Level 2 eye contact may last half a second, Level 3 will last 3/4 of a second. Cnti
So in their mind, they’re still breaking eye contact with you, but in practice, they’re actually looking at you 50% longer than they would normally. Any eye contact from Level 3 and should be a strong incentive for the two of you to at least have a conversation.
LEVEL 4: DOUBLE GLANCE : Any time you make eye contact with someone attractive and they look away, keep looking at them for another few seconds. A percentage of them will look at you a second time. Thats secret behind capturing Double Glance.In my experience, this is a clear sign of physical interest, and 95%+ of the subsequent interactions you initiate with this person will be received warmly.What’s funny is that even on Level 4 eye contact, most people are not conscious that they’re doing it. continue.
What’s funny is that even on Level 4 eye contact, most people are not conscious that they’re doing it. I’ve approached girls who have looked at me twice in a row and I mentioned that I saw them look at me, and they seriously didn’t remember looking at me.
Either way, just goes to show how most people are off in their own little world not thinking about any of this stuff. Regardless, the unconscious mind is always seeking out things it finds interesting or intriguing, so if their eyes keep falling on you, it’s a sign.
LEVEL 5: THE GAZE : The gaze is the last level that can occur unconsciously although it’s usually conscious. This is when someone looks at you and just keeps looking at you past the normal “look away” moment. This is a solid 2-3 seconds of eye contact without them breaking it.
When undesired, this becomes the infamous “creep stare.” But in the cases of desirable people looking at you, this is why it’s important to get in the habit of being able to hold eye contact because otherwise, you’ll miss out on all of the people giving you Level 3-5 eye contact
LEVEL 6: THE SMILE:The sixth level of eye contact is The Gaze plus a smile. If the gaze is a clear sign telling you that they’re interested, throwing a smile on top of it may as well be a neon flashing billboard. If someone you find attractive gives you Level 6 then go and talk
LEVEL 7: THE EYE FUCK: This is someone who makes eye contact, holds it, smiles, and then never stops. They just keep staring and smiling, and staring and smiling, sometimes for minutes at a time. Eye fucking is the first level of eye contact that makes the leap.Eye fucking doesn’t withhold any intentions. It’s about as much interest as one can possibly display through eye contact alone. If you get eye fucked by an attractive person and don’t act on it, you’re probably blind or mid-seizure.
When undesired, the eye fuck is exceedingly creepy. If you’re a man and you regularly eye fuck women who do not reciprocate or smile back, then you likely have pepper spray in your near future.
Eye fuckers will often end up approaching you if you don’t approach.
LEVEL 8: DREAMBOAT : The dreamboat happens when someone has fallen for you. This is when you wake up in the morning to someone staring at you with that dreamy smile like they’re drunk or stayed up all night sniffing glue.The dreamboat almost never happens before you’ve had sex with someone, and if it does, they’re either Amish or it’s a giant red flag. Usually, it starts happening after a month or two into a new relationship, although it can happen in as little as a couple nights together. Done.
Thanks for reading
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