Validating Roles Visually

edited July 2015 in Roles
Validating Roles Visually




SHEPHERD: Eyes can be a helpful if uncertain guide to many Michael
teachings traits, especially if coupled with other indicators.





In my experience:





Emotionally centered people have watery eyes.





Priests have intense, fiery eyes.





Warriors have intense, metallic eyes.





Sages have mirthful, expressive eyes.





Artisans have soft, doe-like eyes.





Servers have warm, sincere eyes.





Kings have "pointy" eyes.





Scholars have neutral eyes (that may especially reveal their
secondary
traits).





Those with a goal of discrimination (a.k.a. rejection) often have
somewhat
squinty eyes, as if trying to make something out.





A manifested, positive-pole old soul has open, easy-going eyes.





An old, emotionally centered warrior in discrimination has crossed
eyes
(just kidding). Seriously, her eyes might have several qualities
at once.





Sometimes it's hard to figure out just what trait you're picking up
in
someone's eyes. Is the warmth you see there the emotional center or
an
indication of a server or priest? It takes practice to discern, and

cross-checking with other litmus tests can help. Does he thrive
on
inspiration? Does he easily cry?





From Messages from Michael:





REMEMBERING THAT THIS IS MOST SUPERFICIAL, AND EASILY COLORED BY OTHER

FACTORS, WE WOULD SAY THAT INFANT SOULS MANIFEST FEAR. THIS CAN BE
SEEN IN
 THEIR EYES. THIS FEAR IS OUT OF PROPORTION TO THE SITUATION.
THE WHOLE
 BUSINESS OF LIVING IS FEARFUL TO THEM. BABY SOULS ARE
GUILELESS AND THIS
 SHOWS IN THEIR EYES. YOUNG SOULS ARE IN A STATE OF
UNREST. THIS OFTEN SHOWS
IN ERRATIC EYE MOVEMENTS, THE INABILITY TO
HOLD EYE CONTACT FOR LONG. BUT
 THEN, THE MATURE SOUL FINDS IT
DIFFICULT TO MAINTAIN EYE CONTACT BECAUSE OF
 DISCOMFORT. OLD SOULS
HAVE A DIRECT, PENETRATING STARE ABSENT IN EARLIER 
CYCLES. WISDOM IS
REFLECTED THERE.





Note Michael's caveat at the beginning that these concepts are not

cut-and-dried, just tendencies. In my observation, people of any soul
age 
who are conscious (present, self-aware, working on themselves) and
in their 
positive poles are comfortable with eye contact and can have
great eyes;
 we're all eternal beings, after all. The more "there"
that's there, the more
 there is in the eyes. Anyone in fear will tend
to avert his eyes; being
 agitated will show up in anyone's eyes
darting around.





Athletes tend to have shiny eyes just from being so fit; in their case,
the
eyes reveal vitality. Sick people have cloudy eyes.





Yep, the eyes are windows of the soul. There are many other clues to
one's
traits, but eyes are especially revealing.





BODHI:

 Your take on eyes is interesting. It could be a chapter in
your new Michael
book:) It rings with some veracity. But how how would
you classify the eyes, 
say, of Asians? Would they also fit your
descriptions below? I find that
Michael doesn't so much describe the
expression or structure of eyes as they 
do the psychology manifested
behind the eyes.





SHEPHERD: 

I would think that these tendencies would cross ethnic
and cultural lines.
 It might be helpful, though, if one knew enough
about the cultural 
tendencies to take them into account. For example,
if a culture is 
especially emotionally expressive or repressive, that
might have a bearing 
on how much emotion manifests in their eyes when
its people are emotionally
 centered. Maybe, for example, all Italians
would tend to look emotionally
centered to the untrained eye. Comparing
an Italian validated as being 
intellectually centered with one
validated as being emotionally centered 
might help "calibrate" one's
perceptive yardstick. I wouldn't think that the 
shape of the eyes
would matter--this is about what's coming through the 
form.



LAUREL: 

Penetrating, bright, X-ray vision quality....Is that sort of
what you mean, 
Shepherd, when you say intense and fiery???





SHEPHERD:

 Maybe. Inspiration axis roles' eyes are warm, expression
axis medium, action 
axis cool, and assimilation axis neutral or clear.
The cardinal roles' eyes 
are more focused, and ordinal are more
diffuse. Even though warriors' eyes
 are very strong, there's a blunt
quality to their look, as opposed to the
"pointiness" of kings'.





The two most intense roles and eyes are warrior and priest. Warriors
are the 
most earthy, and priests are the most astral or spiritual:
lowest and 
highest in frequency, two ends of one stick.





This is different from most ordinal (server) to most cardinal (king),
which 
is a different "stick": least to most concentrated energy, in
the sense that 
kings have the most energy "packed" into their soul, so
they're highly 
pressurized. Servers have the least pressurized,
compelling feeling about 
them, making them easy to be around. Kings
command just by their presence,
 and servers comfort. This
characterizes all cardinality and ordinality to
some extent.





I don't know about the x-ray vision: I suppose any intense gaze could
be
interpreted that way.





All the best,
 Shepherd
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