Re: The Blond Type
- --- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "Mathew Morrell" <tma4cbt@...> wrote:
>Mathew - this is fascinating to me, and I've mulled over your words
> I've noticed some physical peculiarities about science students that
> might be of relevance to our topic of conversation.
> Almost overwhelmingly they're dark haired, dark eyed, and often very
> light skinned. In my physics class I'm the only blond, blue-eyed
> person, and that tends to be the case elsewhere in other science
> I'll also agree that blond haired, blue eyed types tend to be weaker
> and more fragile, but only slightly so. In fact, because blonds feel
> and know they're fragility, they're more inspired to work on
> strengthening their will and focusing their mind than a person born
> strong. The consequence is that blond men tend toward adventure and
> The mind of a blond is diffused somewhat etherically outside their
> heads. This diffusion of light forms a corona, a kind of luminescence
> that is visible to clairvoyance. To concentrate you have to compress
> this corona a bit, pressure it inside your head or else your thoughts
> become too diffuse. Ditzy thinking isn't conducive to good
> mathor even good music and art.
> But a little diffusion in thinking is good, I'm sure. Just not too
> much of it. You don't want to solidify your thoughts to the extent
> that they form Ahrimanic specters in your brain. Rigid, inflexible
> thought forms disallow the scientist from comprehending phenomena from a
> higher perspective.
off and on all day! You've pointed out quite a lot I now seem better
able to gain some glimmering of - my husband is also blond with blue
eyes as well as fulfilling the traits of Will plus Heroism! He's a
natural mathematician uninterested in science outside of his
engineering while I'm the one fascinated by science with brown/black
hair and blue eyes! While seemingly describing a few of your own
traits you've perhaps opened up an understanding of Steiner's blond
blue eyed example! Thank you - I'm straining my brain with greater
comprehension, thanks to you.