Eyes Are The Windows To The Soul!

In 1984 I saw my first Bond movie in a theatre. It was Octopussy with Roger Moore. I don’t remember the story well but I will always remember the theme song by Sheena Easton For Your Eyes Only.

I can’t remember when it started but I am pretty sure that I was a teenager or even younger. Whenever I encountered a person I first looked into their eyes. I did it automatically.

Eyes simply don’t lie. When we look into someone’s eyes we see things that are impossible to hide behind a smile, a suit, or the shape of a body. They can be the meanest people but when you look into their eyes you see that also they are beings of love. Probably they had a hard way to go and try to find shelter behind their behaviors. A look into their eyes will make you see.

Honestly, I don’t really care what people look like. When I look into their eyes I can see behind their fears, their worries, their scars, and their struggles. I see the lovely and unique being that wants what we all want: love, happiness, acceptance, and joy …That is what I want to show them when they come into my practice. I try to make them see what I see.

Looking into other people’s eyes is most insightful and can let miracles happen. And when you look a little longer then you connect with that person and something very special will happen:

You find a part of yourself in there.

When was the last time you looked into your beautiful, loving eyes?

In Love and Light!

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The purpose of my blog is to inspire and shine a light on the beauty and power of the wonderful being inside your body. You came into this world to share what only you can give. Remember who you really are, conquer the world the way you always wanted to, and become the blessing to us all that you were meant to be.


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This is a beautiful question. Actually we don’t need any of our physical senses to feel the other person. In the end it is always a connection from heart to heart when the outer shell gets transparent.

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Such a wonderful post, Erika. Yes, the eyes have it. It’s also a good parenting skill, too. I can look at my boys eyes and determine if they’re not telling me all of the truth.

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It is her eyes that tell her story. Large and dark and vivid, they take their expression from her mood. If she is amused, they scintillate with little points of light. If moved to sympathy or compassion, they cloud over. At the slightest suspicion of insincerity or injustice, they can become keen and searching.

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Love is an admiration that comes with patience. Lust is an admiration that comes with impatience. In all, admiration is common but patience is not!” Than, I gave her the diamond ring!

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I am not surprised why you are that successful in your business. You put this all into your music. Did you ever think about writing all your thoughts down in a book?


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