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What do Babies See?
The visual system is our most complex sensory system, but functionally is the least mature system at birth. Together, the sensory systems form an integrated hierarchy, and are influenced by the nature of the environment. At birth, infants are still auditory dominant, rather than visually dominant; that is, they are first "listeners," rather than "lookers."
Normally, in the early months, there should be nothing more enchanting than the human face - and even more so in the context of social interaction...
What a Baby Sees in the First Year
Newborn - One Month
has an inborn preference for what is familiar;
pays attention briefly to the human face;
responds to movement;
Possesses color vision, with the exception of blue.
A two-month-old baby...
visually "locks" onto a human face, particularly when the face is accompanied by a voice;
watches people at a distance;
Is able to alternate his/her gaze between two people, objects or patterns, and show simple visual preference.
...just saying i laughed really hard after reading this...
Originally posted by KingAtlas
i meant for him to bring proof they (souls) do not exist? Please include proof souls do not exist befor making someone else dissprove that. thanks
Originally posted by weedwhacker
I've long been fascinated by little babies
Originally posted by ReelView
Most new born babies look into the third eye. Babies often cry if the can not see the light and experience the spiritual uplift. One method of calming them is to turn the light on in the room. This acts as a pacifier because the third eye is light sensitive and it helps to draw their attention inwards and upwards. Babies certainly can see auras and may see ghosts, etc.. These qualities are lost as the spirit becomes accommodated to this world.