By Karl Ove Knausgaard
Translated through Don Bartlett
Karl Ove Knausgaard leaves his spouse and every thing he is familiar with in Oslo for a clean begin in Stockholm. There he moves up a deep and aggressive friendship with Geir and pursues Linda, a gorgeous poet who captivated him years ago.
A guy in Love, the second one ebook of six within the My fight cycle, sees Knausgaard write of tempestuous relationships, the pains of parenthood and an urge to create nice artwork. His singular perception and exhilarating honesty needs to be learn to be believed.
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From personal experience, as well as from fairly extensive enquiries among people who have taught and practised the technique, I am convinced that these stories are wholly untrue. When the eyes are sunned in the manner described in the preceding paragraphs, no harmful effects ever follow. On the contrary, the organs are agreeably relaxed, circulation is speeded up, and the vision is improved. Moreover, many forms of inflammation, both of the eye and its lids, tend to clear up very rapidly when the eyes are sunned.
Still swinging from side to side, visualize the apparent movement of the window bar 36 across the tree at the end of the garden or the house across the street. Then open again and, during a few more swings, watch the real bar as it moves back and forth. Close again and visualize. And so on for a minute or two, or longer. This procedure has several advantages. It makes the mind aware of movement and, so to say, friendly to it. It helps to break the defective eye's bad habit of staring. It produces automatically a shifting of attention and of the fovea centralis.
28 CHAPTER VIII The Eye, Organ of Light I N insects and fishes, in birds and beasts and men, eyes have been developed with the express purpose of responding to light waves. Light is their element; and when they are deprived of light, either wholly or in part, they lose their power and even develop serious diseases, such as the nystagmus of coal miners. This does not mean, of course, that eyes must be perpetually exposed to light. Sleep is necessary to the mind that perceives, and for seven or eight hours at least out of the twenty-four, darkness is necessary to the sensing-apparatus.