The Only Thing You Need To Understand When Someone Is Lying: Haptic Eye Technique

The Only Thing You Need To Understand When Someone Is Lying: Haptic Eye Technique

Travis Furman
April 05 2017 - 03:52pm

“You can fool some of the people all of the time, and all of the people some of the time, but you can not fool all of the people all of the time,” said Abraham Lincoln once. But can you, in fact, fool all of the people all of the time. Well, if you learn a few simple tricks, you can be sure that no one will be ever able to fool you again! With a few simple tricks, you can become the next lie detector!

If you are not a CIA agent and don't have a lie detector, know that there is not a miracle method that'll bring you closer to the truth.

But there is still an effective method to help you really distinguish the lie.

There is no need to specialize in this particular method or to have a variety of devices.

Wherever you are, you can apply this to the person you want, and no one else would know what's going on except you.

First of all, there are two factors. False positive indicators and false negative indicators.

That is you can believe someone who lied, you may not believe someone who is telling the truth. In both cases, you are being deceived, and of course, this reflects your life.

The method works like this. Let's say you are in a situation where you think you may be facing a lie. Here you ask your questions to reach the truth.

First you will ask innocent questions you already know the answers to.

It depends on who you are dealing with and how you're doing it, but you should  ask questions like, 'Where are you from, where were you born and where did you go to school?'

In response to every question, you should pay attention to your partner's eye movements. Eye movements are directly linked to the brain's information access.

You memorized the eye movement they made while you were asking simple questions. You are aware of how the eyes are moving when someone is telling you the truth.

Now this time you go to the crucial questions that you suspect will lead to lying. We can't know what you'll ask.

But if the eyes are starting to move differently than before, your ''friend'' probably isn't trying to reach the memories and take information, but is making up something at that moment. This creates extremely clear signals to suspect that it is a lie.

It can be really difficult to control eye movements.

The momentary movements of your eyes can be much more complicated to imitate, while the other mimics could be easily imitated.

Hope you have honest and peaceful days!

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