low frequency (ELF) wavelengths, focused eye beams can carry the emotional
intentions of their transmitter. Couples in love can sometimes exchange complete
emotional dialogues with one another through their eyes alone. Much of what you
perceive through your eyes is a matter of interpretation in the brain. In "Exercise --
Experiencing Another Person's Senses," you learned that other people often perceive
things differently than you do. What you perceive can also be distorted by a
telepathic message (see "Exercise -- Visual Telepathy"), or by the suggestive message
of a hypnotist -- hence the fear of the 'hypnotic eye.'
There is a strange energy that streams forth from your eyes. You can "intuitively"
perceive it at times when someone with an emotional intention is staring at you. You
instinctively look away because of it when you don't want to be noticed, or when you
don't want your true thoughts to be known in a conversation. The so-called 'stage
fright' of public speakers and would-be actors might have a lot to do with the sudden
impact of everyone's eye beams carrying various thoughts that wallop a speaker into
a subconscious stupor. This also often happens when you're introduced to someone
and their eye beam meets yours, and their name never really gets registered and
By consciously learning to screen out and adjust to this subliminal 'mental noise,'
you gain more self-control in such situations. Because of this energy, it is said that
ninja assassins used to look at their target victims with their peripheral vision so as
not to give their position away. Electromagnetic energy radiates from your body, but
a focalized form of ELF energy is guided by your eye beam (see "Exercise -- Psionic
and Psychotronic Generators"). Psychokinetic demonstrations are greatly assisted by
a concentrated stare from the eyes (see "Exercise -- Psychokinesis"). Benedetto
Supino of Italy was reported to have the unusual ability of staring at paper, plastic or
wooden objects, and causing such material to burst into flames! Unusual reports are
sometimes heard of Chinese children with X-ray eyes, or others that can bend metal
with a concentrated stare.
Many people are fearful of prolonged eye contact with other people. Since
thought transmissions through the eyes are a two-way street, fear often results when
a person feels another person might be seeing into their mind to read through their
external façade -- hence the expression, "The eyes are the windows of the soul." In
most social situations, each person has a length of time where eye contact feels comfortable. Anything beyond this period of time, it tends to become uncomfortable.
Eye contact between two people usually varies anywhere from split seconds to about
10 seconds in duration. Listeners tend to maintain eye contact more than speakers.
Listeners usually look away when they are about to speak, and speakers usually have
a relatively prolonged gaze when they are about to finish speaking.
Did you ever meet a strange barking dog only to have him back away when your
eyes met his? Primate researchers have learned the same thing happens with wild
monkeys. If you look briefly into their eyes, they won't hold their ground when you
approach them. However if you carefully avoid eye contact, you can come within 5
feet of them.
The next time you have a group gathered together, do the following experiment.
Blindfold 2 people and have everyone else in the group only look at the face of one of
the two people with some kind of emotional or intentional thought in mind. After
about 1 minute of silence. Ask the 2 volunteers if they thought that they were the one
being stared at, and what thought impressions did they have.
Now relax and sit across from a partner. Begin by silently looking into each
other's eyes. While in a relaxed frame of mind, look into his (her) right eye, then
into the left eye. Extend your conscious awareness outside of yourself and "touch"
the other person's mind through the pathway of his (her) eye beam. "Listen" with
your intuition instead of your ears. Dispel any tension you might have over this, for
this is only meant as a mutual and volitional exchange. Take note of any pictures,
impressions, feelings or verbal messages that you perceive.
Sometimes whole dialogues can be exchanged through a mutual perception in this
way. Then after 2 minutes, check off the adjectives on the Adjectival Evaluation
Sheet following this exercise that you think might be appropriate to your partner's
personality. Also find out from your partner whether any strong impressions you
picked up were really pertinent to your partner or not. As an added experiment, put
on a pair of reflective sunglasses and observe the difference in eye contact this way.
See if your partner can tell when you are focused on him (her), and when your eyes
are shifted away from him (her). Afterwards, switch your roles.
Rarely do people really get to know one another very well. Usually a lot of non-
verbal communication can be felt by looking into someone's eyes. Any initial anger,
fear or anxiety can quickly dissipate into peace and a relief-type relaxation with
prolonged eye contact. With the tensions relieved, your energy is once again
available for use. With practice, an understanding and oneness in the presence of
other human beings can replace the fear and misunderstanding so often experienced.
ADJECTIVAL EVALUATION SHEET
Check off those words & phrases you feel are applicable to your partner:
argumentative shrewd materialistic
stuffy diplomatic vindictive
insecure confident insensitive
easily angered jovial trivial
selfish unselfish aggressive
timid intelligence average friendly
intelligence high quick witted talkative
adventurous cautious patient
impatient erotic contemplative
intense caring giving
submissive deceptive trustworthy
untrustworthy disciplined undisciplined
lazy minded dangerous materialistic
peaceful close-minded devious
efficient independent critical
childish unstable thoughtful
boisterous inquisitive curious
tolerant intolerant restrictive
domineering secure dishonest
honest knowledgeable skillful
quick learner interesting agreeable
intriguing logical illogical
emotionally stable nervous creative
healthy unhealthy loving
assertive a leader type understanding
candid fearful stubborn
frugal wasteful helpful
sloppy compassionate sympathetic
polite open-minded disagreeable
If there are any words you feel you would like to add to the list for your
description, please do so.