This exercise improves your ability to create vivid and accurate visual images.
Find a nearby object and stare at it for a few seconds. Now close your eyes and notice that there is an afterimage of the object that fades after a few seconds. Try to turn this afterimage into a visualization and retain it in your mind when the afterimage fades. Open your eyes and look at the object again. You will notice things that you didn't see before. Close your eyes and try to visualize the object again and incorporate the details that you missed the first time. Repeat this process until you are able to retain a clear image of the object in your mind for several seconds after the afterimage fades. With practice you will be able to create detailed images in your mind from any object that you see.
For each clue below, think of a common expression which mentions two body parts.
Some phrases refer to two different body parts (mix), others use the same body part twice (match).
Example: The law of retaliation. Answer: An eye for an eye.
1. To be in agreement
2. A couple strolling
3. Suddenly in love
4. Intimate discussion
5. Very expensive
6. Done at a ballroom
7. Poor, nothing extra
Bonus: The title of this children's action song mentions four different body parts.
Excluding the bonus, here is a list of body parts needed (some are used more than once):
arm, cheek, eye, hand, head, heart, heels, leg, mouth
Bonus: The lyrics mention "eyes, ears, mouth and nose", although none of those parts are in the title.