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  1. Through the eyes, we receive a lot of information that our brain continuously processes. To relieve your brain of this burden, a person “rolls his eyes”, or takes them to the place where the least visual information comes from, in order to focus your attention on the thought. For most people, the thought process is built through the re-creation of certain visual images. And in order to see these visual images from your head better, you first need to see the visual images from reality worse. To do this, roll your eyes.

    The same thing happens when we grope around in a bag or pocket. The person rolls their eyes or looks away, or closes them altogether. At this point, our brain stops perceiving the external image, and instead draws a picture of what is inside the bag. And already guided by this drawn picture, we move our hand, trying to find what we need.

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