12 undeniable signs of a soul connection through the eyes

I’ve always thought you can tell so much about what someone is thinking, simply from the way they look at you.

Body language is powerful and there’s arguably nothing more telling than the eyes.

When it comes to the world of dating, reading eye contact matters. It can show attraction, admiration and, even a soul connection — if you know how to read the signals.

Here are 12 signs of a super-strong connection through eye contact.

The power of eye contact

Eye contact is incredibly important to us human beings. We’re the only primates who have white eyes, and it’s thought this could have developed to help us use our eyes to better communicate with one another.

We look away when we feel shy. It can feel like someone’s eyes are burning into us. When we’re crushing hard on somebody, even meeting their gaze can feel almost impossible.

When we feel a deep bond with the one we love, we can’t help but stare deeply into their eyes. And when we do, wow, it’s almost like you can feel the electricity, right?

There is no denying it. Both the way we avert eye contact and are drawn to it intuitively tells us of its sheer power.

Here’s what science has to say about how much eye contact alone tells us:

1) It increases attraction

Ok, you probably don’t need a scientist to tell you this one, but looking at someone in the eye is more arousing than when their gaze is averted.

2) It makes us more memorable

After being presented with faces showing either direct or averted gazes, people were able to better remember someone when they had seen their eyes.

3) It grabs attention

Everyone who has ever tried to pick somebody up in a bar will instinctively know that making sudden eye contact gets someone’s attention — and research backs it up. Suddenly adopting a direct gaze is more likely to get a person to notice you.

4) It makes you more credible

Research has found that looking someone in the eye when you’re telling them something which they don’t know is true or not, makes you come across as more believable.

5) It makes you seem smarter

If you’re in a job interview, eye contact could be key. One study discovered that both duration of eye contact and frequency of eye shifts made a big impact on how intelligent people appeared to be.

12 signs of looking into someone’s eyes and feeling a soul connection:

1) Avoiding your gaze

Just as direct eye contact between two people says a lot, so can the total avoidance of it too.

Such is the intensity of eye contact, that the accompanying emotions it may bring up can feel a little overwhelming.

Whilst avoiding eye contact can be a sign of indifference, in other contexts, it can also be a sign of embarrassment. And when it comes to attraction, that’s not necessarily a bad thing.

Body language studies suggest that when someone looks down and breaks eye contact, it most likely shows they are feeling intimidated (aka they like you).

2) Covertly looking your way

Depending on personality type, we all show attraction through eye contact in different ways.

When someone feels drawn to you but is more shy, unsure, or lacking in confidence about the potential connection, they may want to keep their stares as discreet as possible.

If you notice out of the corner of your eye that he/she is looking at you it’s a clear sign of interest.

That’s because glancing often subconsciously betrays our desires. For example, you may look off to the door or at your watch when you want to leave.

The first time they glance at you, they are probably checking you out. The second, hey, maybe they’re just making sure. A third time? they are hooked.

But perhaps when you look back, they quickly look away.

Their eyes are still giving them away, they are just trying to do it covertly.

3) A real psychic confirms it

The signs above and below will give you a good idea of the power of eye contact.

But a surefire way to know for sure is to speak with a real advisor.

However, I know how important it is to stay away from fake “experts”.

That’s why I recommend Psychic Source. They provided me a unique insight into where my life should go, including who I was meant to be with.

Having tried several online advisors, I think they’re the most caring, compassionate, and knowledgeable psychic network out there.

Not only will a genuine advisor tell you whether you are experiencing a soul connection through the eyes, but they can reveal all your love possibilities.

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4) Eyes momentarily meeting

‘Our eyes met across a crowded room.’

It may be one of the cheesiest lines, but it’s a fairly common experience of an instant connection felt by total strangers.

When your eyes lock on the object of your desire and they feel the vibe too, your eyes meeting one another’s gaze will most likely give you butterflies.

It doesn’t take long to feel this effect. Any eye contact that is longer than normal is usually a sign of mutual attraction and interest — even if that is just two or three seconds.

5) Knowing looks

Knowing looks is tricky to define but when you experience it, you just feel it.

It might be the stare between two people that says “it’s time for us to leave” when you’re at a party. It could be a sideways glance to share an inside joke.

Without needing to speak, our eyes communicate messages with one another. We see more than just their eyes, we sense the emotion they are experiencing behind it.

It’s almost telepathic.

But it’s also backed by science. A recent study at the University of Colorado found that participants were highly accurate in determining people’s emotions — like fear and anger —just from looking at images of other people’s eyes.

Whether it’s desire, admiration, or deep affection, when you experience knowing looks with another person it’s often the sign of a deeper bond and soul connection.

6) Pupils dilating

Lots of things affect and influence the size of our pupils and attraction is one of them.

That can sound strange at first, after all the pupils are responsible for how much light we let into our eyes. The more we need, the larger the pupil grows, the less we need, the more it shrinks.

That hardly sounds related to love and romance.

But some research suggests that pupil size is an involuntary sign of our attraction to someone.

One raunchy research study found that playing erotic videos led to pupil dilation. Whilst another noted that you can gauge sexual interest from the size of the pupils and how dark they are.

Scientists aren’t totally clear why this happens, but it’s thought to be linked to hormone changes in the body.

So if you notice your partner’s pupils expand when they look at you, it gives you a telling glimpse of how they are feeling towards you.

7) Holding your gaze

Gazing can either be the height of attraction or the height of creepiness depending on the situation.

Staring for too long at someone can feel like a power play and in certain situations is used as a display of aggression or dominance.

But mutual gazing occurs when stollen glances or moments of eye contact turn into more.

To hold someone’s gaze longer than the few seconds which is commonly seen as socially acceptable sends a strong message.

That message is one of deep attraction or strong feelings.

The mutual gaze is most often accompanied by facial features and emotions that create a doting look.

8) You recognize them

The connection you feel when you look in this person’s eyes could be a sign they are your soulmate.

But how can you know for sure?

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9) Eye contact and a smile

Of course, we don’t just communicate with the eyes, our whole body language is powerful.

That’s why combining different body language cues ramps up the signals that we are trying to send to someone.

If eye contact shows interest, then throwing in a big smile is the cherry on top.

Rather than being a sign of happiness, research suggests that smiles are actually far more general signals of social engagement and participation.

When we smile at others it’s part of open body language which serves as a welcoming sign. It’s essentially a green flag for communication.

10) The “thinking” eyes

They’re looking at you. They’re listening to you. But their eyes are also telling another story.

It’s as though you can see a narrative playing out behind them.

It’s often fairly easy to read indifference through someone’s eyes — for example, they may keep glancing off elsewhere when you speak or have a “glazed” look over their eyes.

On the other end of the spectrum, an intense focus on you through the eyes also shows a lot.

Maybe you have had the experience of talking to someone, and although you know they are interested in what you are saying you can almost sense the clogs moving in their brain.

It shows that behind the scenes there’s more going on. There may be a twinkle in their eye or a widening of the eyes.

This type of eye contact indicates that you have captured someone’s imagination.

11) Puppy dog eyes

Puppy dog eyes are a sign of sheer admiration and adoration.

You can do no wrong and it’s written in their eyes.

They’re essentially that emoji with the big heart eyes. They’re about as close to a human GIF as you can get.

The puppy dog eyes usually appear when someone has fallen head over heels for you and accompany the first flushes of romance.

They signal the stage where you have passed the initial attraction and are getting to know one another more.

Expect the puppy dog eyes to appear one to three months into the relationship.

12) Staring into your soul

This type of eye contact usually comes alongside close proximity to someone.

That’s because eye contact when we are physically near someone is usually more uncomfortable for us. This is exactly what makes it is a true sign of a soul connection.

Staring into each other’s eyes when you are close together for extended periods is intense and deeply passionate.

It goes beyond physical attraction, although it often includes that too. It conveys a strong emotional meaning.

The longer you stare, it’s almost like the boundaries between you too melt. You could feel as though you are experiencing a soulmate or twin flame connection where you are no longer two separate beings and seem like one.

You may even find your breath starts to unify, as you energetically mirror one another.

Although it’s possible to experience this type of instant strong connection through eye contact soon after meeting, it’s most common when you have fallen in love.

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So instead of trying to figure out the deeper meaning of someone staring into your soul on your own, speak to an advisor who can shed more light on this.

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Tips for better eye contact

A lot of us don’t always feel we’re so good at making eye contact. It often largely depends on the person we’re speaking to as well as the situation too.

I know that I’m far better at making eye contact when I’m listening than when I’m speaking. Perhaps you’ve noticed the same?

According to research the reason for this could be the effect eye contact has on our cognitive control processes. We find mutual eye contact so mentally stimulating we can’t concentrate on what we’re saying and maintain eye contact at the same time.

So, a lack of eye contact isn’t always a bad thing. Having said that, it’s something that many of us would still like to get better at.

Here are a few tips for how:

What’s the “right” amount of eye contact?

According to experts you want to follow the 50/70 rule.

To come off as confident without falling into creepy, maintain eye contact for about 50 percent of the time you talk and around 70 percent whilst listening.

That way you’ll show you’re interested in what someone is saying and present yourself as self-assured.

How long should you look someone in the eye?

Of course, this depends on the context. In a staring contest, the longer the better. In most normal human interactions, maintaining eye contact for around 4 or 5 seconds is the sweet spot.

But in a romantic setting, you might want to stare into each other’s eyes for an eternity.

How comfortable you feel holding eye contact may also depend on where you were born.

For example, it’s been reported that in the US, the social convention allows for eye contact of around 1.68 seconds.

Meanwhile, in Latin America, it’s more acceptable to gaze for longer before it’s seen as inappropriate.

Final thoughts

Hopefully, the signs above will shed some light on how it feels to experience a soul connection through the eyes.

But if there’s a part of you that still wants to know more, I recommend speaking to a genuine, professional advisor.

And there’s one company that I always end up recommending; Psychic Source. Not only did they blow me away with their accurate readings, but they were also kind and understanding of my situation.

So, if you’re tired of wondering about the signs of a soul connection through the eyes, get in touch with a legit advisor and take your future into your own hands. I did, and I’ve never looked back since.

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Tina Fey

Tina Fey

I've ridden the rails, gone off track and lost my train of thought. I'm writing for Nomadrs to try and find it again. Hope you enjoy the journey with me.

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