Listen to Eyes
December 2, 2016
Listen to their eyes, but more important ‘listen’! We communicate ironically by not or poorly communicating, so that the connection is missing something. Now that most communicate by email, texting, using social medias, phone talk, etc., so that all are communication limitaters separate us ever more and weaken our connections. This is a technological world that becomes more so with no seeming end, while our interpersonal and individual communications suffer with the heartfelt being lessened by our over dependency on new technologies of communication, ironically.
Watching someones movements, especially of the face, tells a story of who they are, what they mean, even where they have been with experiences in their lives positive or negative. I was once involved with a very pretty girl with beautiful eyes that if one was guided just by them, except for when she talked about them, one wouldn’t have known that she had been working out childhood traumas. Watching her closely, there were still ‘tell tale signs’ of childhood abuse. Strangely while her eyes looked calm, her mouth movements said other wise. Excessive body movements are also an indicator to the person viewing, indicating confidence or the lack there of. People using certain drugs often have movements which are beyond the norm.
Paying attention, and with empathy and compassion without judgment, to anthers total responses is also a way to look at yourself. There is a saying that you can’t judge a book by its cover. Often, you can see a person by how they appear in all ways, but usually there are hidden aspects that actually judge your ability to see them by how much you have paid attention to your own inner self love. More and more people today are like walking ‘information-knowledge’ computers lacking the inner emotional, soulful developments that round out the beauty’s in one.
Listening with our heart while in a discerning awareness, and having the ability to convert all we experience to its highest outcome is a blessing as we evolve to superconscious beings. One who can not see, hear, or even speak in the real world, can still be extremely perceptive in the heart and intuitive nature. Helen Keller (1880-1968) was such a woman, although over time with a teacher, she was able to carry on audible sounds and words. To be consciously perceptive of yourself and others, as well as situations, is to seek truth and wisdom. Sensitivity to all things and to love’s many qualities is to live in a more exciting, positive, harmonious life. Life is about the inner riches first! Your many ‘eyes’ are windows to the soul.