1000 petals by axinia

the only truth I know is my own experience

The most beautiful part of the human body August 23, 2008

To me eyes is the most beautiful part of the human body, because the eyes manifest the connection between the body and the soul, between the matter and the spirit.

There is a proverb saying that the eye is the mirror of the soul, alternatively that to understand what the person is like it is enough to look into his or her eyes. The eye tells us not only about the character of a person, but can reflect the physical state of the whole body. Some doctors use the eye for diagnostics. This method, which was used in olden times, is still used by a few physicians under the name “irridodiagnostics”. In some way, the eye is something like database of the human being.

I have found two interesting scientific facts on the human eyes.

1. Russian sientist and famous eye surgeon Ernest Muldashev has done a comparative study on all eye shapes of the human races and published a book“«Whom we are originated from»where he comes to an interesting conclusion that the “average” human eye is that of a Nepalese. Later Muldashev develops a far-fetched theory on the origin of mankind which seem a bit absurd to me, but I really like his eye comparative analysis.

2. The recents results of the test of the University of Texas Southwestern show that men first look into the eyes a of woman, and then at her body – just the opposit of what the common belief is. What does it give to a man explained the researches from the Univesity of Örebro in Sweden: the eyes inform a lot of the character of the person. The more consolidated the iris lines (from the pupil outwards) are, the more emathy and openness the person posesses.

Some more intresting facts on eyes:

– Our eyes are always the same size from birth, but our nose and ears never stop growing.

– the muscles that move the eye are the strongest in the body

– our eyes are composed of more than 2 million working parts

– color blind people do see color but only certain colors such as red, green and some blues, also color blindness is more common in males

For me personally the most fascinating fact about the human eyes is that they can physically prove the enlightenment of a person – the eyes of a self-realized person have a very special and obvious for everyone glow. More on it here.

LOVE; axinia


19 Responses to “The most beautiful part of the human body”

  1. 0x522d47 Says:

    Posting this ‘article’ in the scientific section is a very interesting action of the Homo s. sapiens. I am interested on the comments of other people related to this ‘article’ (if any). I am also interested in your profession Axinia!

  2. axinia Says:

    thanks for your kind comment 🙂
    Science is a complicated thing for most of the people and it is good to sometimes show it in a “digestive” for a normal reader. There are some facts which I find curious and interesting, and it is always a freedom of a reader to decide…
    I do not claim anything here, the blog is actually about spirituality.
    I am a linguist by profession.

  3. Ety W. Says:

    Hi. I’m trying to deal with a plagiarist who steals content from women’s blogs and uses them to promote adult only materials. He’s done it to me, and from your dashboard’s incoming links you probably know that he’s done it to you.

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  4. Ety W. Says:

    Sorry, I forgot – your stolen post is here – http://thewomanmag.info/womanflor/2008/08/23/the-most-beautiful-part-of-the-human-body/

    Dear Ety. W

    thanks for your friendly note!
    Such things are very common and happen actually to every blogger – I guess these funny blogs are automatically generated.

    In my case, I am not inteted in doing something about it simply because I do not support the idea of copyright. I calimed in the “about” section:
    COPYRIGHT: although 99% of all photos on this blog are made by me, I do not clame any copyright and give them free for anyone who would like to use them. Same for the texts.

    Whatever I can contribute to this world, especially if it is done from the heart – why should I “protect” that? It is like a bird I let free from a cage of my talents – I let it fly free and happily, and find its own ways…

    I wish one day people will see that in fact nothing belongs to us…

    But thanks for letting me know anyway 🙂

  5. swaps Says:

    “..that men first look into the eyes a of woman,”

    Even I could have told that … and more 🙂

    Btw, sales persons while pitching for their wares, keenly look into the eyes of a prospective buyer. Our eyes dilate involuntarily when we seen something desirable.

  6. swaps Says:

    About enlightenment and eye.

    I have always wondered why Buddha, Shiva and Hunuman (some images) are depicted with their eyes closed or half closed. Perhaps the artist is unable to capture the light in an enlightened eye, so he ‘closed’ them?
    (Yes, I am trying to provoke you Axinia 🙂

    To me it seem very easy – when you are in a metiataive state (like Buddha was) – you can not really keep your eyes wide open 🙂 I guess it is also a crative take of an artist to underline the spiritual character of a figure.

  7. Interesting post, Axinia. About the eyes being the database of the person, the “iris print” seems to be different for different people just like fingerprints 😐

    Ety W.,

    That plagiarist does not “lift” stuff only from women’s blogs. He/she “lifted” an entire post from my blog as well!

    • alas Says:

      Well, for people like me, leaving at the lower part of the world(Africa)
      were can i find a book written by you. but i will prefer the PDF file.

  8. axinia Says:

    Thanks, everyone!

    For those who are intersted, there is some abstract from his book in English “Whom we are originated from” – you can see whow scientific or logical those point are:

    Muldashev noticed that one eye parameter, i.e. diameter of cornea, is invariable with all persons throughout the whole life (as from age of
    4), and proposed system of calculations based on the cornea as constanta value to show identity code of individual.

    Since all other parameters and characteristics of the eye are variable (e.g. the size of the eye, the dimension of its inner and outer angle), he decided to create measurements in geometrical way, to calculate all possible variations in combination with constant value of cornea and to trace some relationships. He established a system of lines of projection of the inner and outer angles (tangents), crossing them in the area of fore- head and bridge of the nose and forming several rectangles, usually bigger one with smaller ones inside (see figure). On the basis of the various mathematical relations of these lines – a system, which he called ophthalmogeometry – he came to certain conclusions about the interdependence of internal (character, psychic state, health) and external (facial features).

    Further, he applied the complex ophthalmogeometrical formula and given parameters to the eyes of different races and geographical zones and received data for each of these. He supposed that all eyes should have common ancestral eye, or basic eye, or root eye from which eyes of different races are derived, for that he decided to calculate average, or “median statistical eye” from all complex data received. The result corresponded to a typical Tibetan eye.

    Thus, he concluded that Tibetan eyes might be the primary eyes, and he supposed that if Tibetan eye is at the origin of all other eyes, it would mean that the roots of civilization could be traced back to the Tibetan and nearby region, covering some of northern India, Nepal, as well as part of Tibet itself, roughly the Himalayas.

    If the eye principle is correct, there should certainly be signs left of previous civilizations associated with the eye. Muldashev asked one of his colleagues, who was going to Nepal, to look for all possible features associated with eyes in this area. The eyes on the Swayambhunath attracted his particular attention. He was in no doubt that the eyes on the stupa are not symbolic eyes, but belonged to a concrete human being. The fact, that these eyes were painted on the biggest and most important stupa, one venerated by Nepalese, Tibetans and Hindus, also that these eyes looked to the four directions (North, East, South and West) indicated that there must be a special purpose transmitted through these eyes, not just a painter’s fantasy. He analyzed the eyes and came to the following conclusion: the eyes contain characteristics that are not possible for human beings as they are now. They could belong to humans living in a different spectrum of colours, with the ability of constant vision and a semi-aquatic way of life (mainly, he analyzed three major differences: lack of bridge of the nose, which provided binocular vision with 90 degrees of periphery necessary to get oriented in red/infra-red light; the form of upper eyelid with the triangular part covering half of the pupil important to have constant “orientation” vision even with closed eye; and the longer inside and outside form of the eye corners and increased lacrimination necessary for longer contact with water).

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  10. Nova Says:

    Nice post Axinia 🙂

    Although I noticed one thing.. I always find your images fascinating and I guess you could have found a better image for eyes 🙂 Just my take 🙂

  11. axinia Says:

    Nova, thanks – I surely have some better photos, orignally I wanted to use the most beautiful shot of my sister`s eyes, but… Exachtly because the eyes are the mirrow of the sole and a direct (energy) bridge to the person, I decided to use the picture of the eyes of a public person (in that case it is the image of Shri Mataji Nirmala Devi as a young girl), and I love the expression of these eyes very much!

  12. guqin Says:

    Just a side observation: I was a mathematics/physics student when I was in college, I noticed that mathematicians and physicists didn’t seem to have very bright eyes. Some great ones even had some kind of dim, fixed stares as if they were looking inward (or backward) into their heads. Nevertheless, they were very intelligent people.

    Perhaps my observation wasn’t typical?

  13. ElGeorgia Says:

    Hello all
    I am searching of E. Muldashev’s book “Whom we are originated from”, if someone has it, please let me know.
    It seems the book isn’t anywhere.

  14. vinayakah Says:

    Yes, I remember once Mother spoke about this phenomena saying that the shining of the eyes are caused by Kundalini, when She flows through the Agnya chakra. It physically cools down the eyes, and so the shining/glowing. The dilatation of the pupils is a reaction of the adjusting of the eyes to the outer darkness. When Kundalini flows through Agnya, the eyes dilate as outside world is deep in darkness comparing to the inner state…..
    Thats why when the flow of Kundalini is strong, eyes dilate, and one can look directly into the sun without any harm, as the light of the sun is just a fragment of the light that flows out from eyes of such person. From the eyes of the realised person flows the light and so in any of the thousands photos of Mother there is never seen the effect of the “red eye”.

    In case of the closing of eyes during meditation, it is happening by itself, and thats why the eyes are never closed completely. If your eyelids muscles get relaxed by the flow of Kundalini, it just “falls down” without any effort;) Also in the state when your body is in a deep sleep but you are totally aware (and at the same time fully functional), the body gets like asleep. It is sometimes called sammadhi. One can live like that, work, talk, whatever….and when outer impulses dont ocure, he gets into extremely deep state in a second… 😉

    • In the SY meditation ” thoughtless awareness” their is activation of parasympathetic lymbic pathway which results in physiological relaxation related to stress relief (fight and flight mechanism) so these manifest in various physiological changes like dilation of pupils/ increased glow of eyes…..
      please check….Ramesh Manocha’s Doctoral Thesis Topic: Does Meditation Have a Specific Effect?
      A series of studies conducted by Prof Rai from the Department of Physiology of the University of Delhi have shown that Sahaja Yoga Meditation when compared to a Sham meditation elicits a reduction in stress-related physiological parameters than indicate an increase of the parasympathetic nervous system, important for rest and relaxation. This included a reduction in heart, respiratory and pulse rates, of systolic blood pressure, and oxygen metabolism, and of urinary vanilly-mandelic acid (VMA) and increases of skin resistance. …

  15. Watch awesome bhajan of divine eyes….

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