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Australians sit in silence and stare at each other in eye gazing events to battle loneliness

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The peculiar sight of strangers silently sitting and staring into each other's eyes in Australian parks is part of the 'eye gazing' phenomenon. 

The Human Connection Movement wants to reduce anxiety and loneliness through eye gazing events across Australia - with two coming up in Sydney and Melbourne.  

Founder and actor Igor Kreyman started the movement in public parks but now also runs couples sessions and corporate activities. 

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The peculiar sight of strangers silently sitting and staring into each other's eyes in Australian parks is part of the 'eye gazing' phenomenon.  Events across Australia aim to reduce anxiety.

 

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