posted on Oct, 30 2009 @ 06:47 PM
Nice to see a thread about this. The eye contact and recognition phase is always a strange happening. For me it seems like time stretches for a moment
and all my senses and focus are concentrated on that person, in the process releasing many flows of energy throughout the body which send and receive
tons of data through non verbal micro-expressions, and that all in a split second.
Furthermore, a LOT of people feel incomplete to me... That even kinda depresses me but I realize now that for most people of this era it's not to
I can't help but stare at people sometimes and wonder what the hell they're doing...
Another thought I'd like to share are kids drawings. In my opinion, parents or people don't take much attention to it, because it's just a kid's
drawing and hey, it's cute. But did you ever take the time to THINK about what this kid is drawing and why? And where it came from? I remember
sitting in class, looking in awe how my mates could work that pencil (I really sucked at it). I still remember those drawings somehow. Of course you
would see the common draws of a house and daily things, but there were also knights, dragons, other mythical like objects, abstract figures. Some
would express romantic love, others pure evil, maybe even sadistic... So where does that all come from? Are memories and experiences of past lives
imprinted in our genes, dna? And is this also responsible for recognizing a 'stranger'?
I'm eager of reading your thoughts about this