Childhood emotions are gleaned from the right eye, childhood sociability from left

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    Childhood emotions are gleaned from the right eye, childhood sociability from left

    When looking into one's eyes, emotions relating to the person's childhood can be gleaned from the person's right eye, while how sociable the person was can be gleaned from his left eye. The right eye is connected to the person's left brain, which deals with logic and organization. It is in the left brain hemisphere that emotions related to childhood are processed, and the physical qualities manifest in the right side of the face. On the other hand, the left eye is connected to the right brain hemisphere, which deals with creativity, and how the child interacted with his peers can be gleaned.

    If the child was irritable and didn't socialize much, the left side of the face will appear like the person doesn't want to be touched. Similarly, if the person has a lot of sadness and pain (indication of neglect and physical abuse) during childhood, his right side of the will appear the person is crying or angry. For example, serial killer Aileen Wuornos' right eye (her childhood emotions) reflects disappointment and a sea of tears, which indicates deep sadness, while her left eye (her childhood sociability) indicates she was forgiving of her mother and peers for their neglect and apathy. Another example is that of Ted Bundy, whose right eye (reflecting emotions from childhood) shows coldness, pain, and overwhelming sadness, also repressed anger, which indicates his grandfather's physical abuse of him and his grandmother. His left eye (reflecting his childhood sociability) shows deep anger, though also emotional awareness.

    A person's left eye reflects the sociability of the person during childhood, while the person's right eye reflects his childhood emotions. This might have to do with how the eyes are connected to the brain: the left eye is connected to the right brain, which deals with creativity, and it is here that the way in which the child interacted with his peers is stored. The right eye is connected to the left brain, which process logical information, and the emotions from childhood. Children who faced sadness by neglect from parents, might develop emotionally in their interactions with peers, and still lead happy lives.
    Last edited by Sparky; 11-17-2017 at 05:26 AM.
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    Do you have any studies backing this claim up? Also, the right brain left brain theory is a myth invented during the 1800's. The brain is highly Co-dependant on each side for the processing of emotion, logic, spatial awareness, creativity, etc.
     
    But more recently, brain scan technology has revealed that the hemispheres' roles are not quite so cut-and-dried as once thought. The two hemispheres are in fact highly complementary. For example, language processing, once believed to be left- hemisphere-only, is now understood to take place in both hemispheres: the left side processes grammar and pronunciation while the right processes intonation. Similarly, experiments have shown that the right hemisphere does not work in isolation with regard to spatial ability: the right hemisphere seems to deal with a general sense of space, while the left hemisphere deals with objects in specific locations.

    With that said, where did you get this idea from? You have given no proof towards it. What gave you the idea that right = X and the left eye =Y?

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    I read about something slightly different: that the right eye showed what you wanted the world to see (friendliness or honesty or whatever), while the left side showed what was really going on. I tried it on one person and it seemed plausible.

    There seem to be several theories about what each eye shows about emotions and such, and all seem to make sense. It's all part of subtle body language I guess.

    My right eye looks sad/tired and my left eye looks kind of freaked out/vigilant. Ha ha. I dunno.
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    Well.. my right eye looks tired and my left eye looks angry.

    I did have childhood neglect (emotional abuse) so in that way, the theory of you (the left eye at least) seems to fit.

    Edit: I switched eyes because I looked into my cam.. I guess I really am tired.. lol. (Fixed it now)
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