Why do we have eyes?
Eyes are one of the many tools our bodies use to bring our outer environment into our bodies. Sight is very different than the eye even though they work together. I imagine sight as light recognition and eyes as the mechanism that vision is realized by. In other words the observer in our heads look at the light our eyes let in.
Now vision becomes a story about light and light is made of various frequencies expressed differently at different times. You don't look out, light looks in and your brain reads it. The reason that the eye and light are so important is that it hits the brain directly. Food often gets all the attention but it is a long process to get that food broken down and circulated. Light travels fast and its neurological effects are significant.
Light through the eye tells us what the environment looks like but also simultaneously tells our bodies what time it is in those environments. So many health issues that have become prevalent in modern society are connected to light through the eye. Sleep is the most obvious problem as people often say they wake up at night and are sleepy during the day. Red light in nature is more prevalent later in the day. So people get some red and then start watching TV or the phone or lap top to relax.......there you have it. Artificial light tells the brain to wake up so it does.
No light coming from tech or a wall plug is good light. The flicker effect is very real on our a/c lights and our bodies run on d/c.
,Now think about your doctors office, chiropractor, gym, ect. Light must be looked at as a direct link to the brain that tells us about the environment and no eye in human history has seen the lights that we have recently created.
The brain looks for a category to determine how to behave and adjust to the light and there is none.
What does the brain do when it can't find a category of behavior? Anxiety, stress, and it will do its best to force a category. So when it sees the screen the closest thing in nature is high blue in the day. Engage wake up program.
People also emit light. Our eyes take this is. If you have ever looked deep into a persons eyes then you know its one of the only ways we can feel true love. Everything in the body is a feedback loop. The person's light coming directly from their brain is going directly into your brain. Looking deeply into someones eyes is like kissing them with sight/light. Meaningless relationships do not have this.
Guess what fake light does? It removes the ability for the natural excitatory aspects of the brain through the eye to see natural light which means people can't be in sun light and also can't see the natural light expressed from another person. Blue light may be the reason you can't fall in love. Love with nature or a person requires the eye to recognize it and sun glasses will keep you from both.
Light is looking in, or trying. Will you let it? You see that morning sun or a good morning from a person you love should be experienced with eyes wide open. These things are real and our fake tech and fake lights are changing our brains because light goes directly into the brain.
If you can't see what I mean it may be a tell that you should get far more natural light from living things and far less from non living things. The more time you spend with living things the more alive you will feel. Different animals have different types of vision. I believe humans have the type of eyes we have for a number of reasons but if our eyes were on the side of our heads we couldn't focus on looking into someones eyes.
Get off your screens. I hope you are reading this with a salt lamp or candle with the Flux app on your screen and/or blue blockers on (I sure am). Now go look someone in the eye. See them. Know that when you do you are inviting them into your inner world. Be selective and don't let fake tech in or you won't be able to see when real life shows up.
Rob Alexander is on a journey to learn not just about health but everything else.
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