How to Detect Lies (Part 2)
This part focuses on visual direction. As an avid reader, I often notice references to eye movement and shape. (This includes stuff like long, sensual glances or furtive glares.) Some people believe that the eyes are the most revealing feature of a person that can connect to his or her innermost self - the window to the soul, if you will. In the case of lying, the eyes can indeed give everything away.
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EYE MOVEMENT AND DIRECTION: HOW IT CAN REVEAL TRUTH OR LIES
Can the direction a person’s eyes reveal whether or not they are making a truthful statement? Short answer: sort of. But, it isn’t as simple as some recent television shows or movies make it seem.
In these shows a detective will deduce if a person is being untruthful simply because they looked to the left or right while making a statement.
In reality, it would be foolish to make such a snap judgment without further investigation… but the technique does have some merit.
So, here it is… Read, ponder and test it on your friends and family to see how reliable it is for yourself.
VISUAL ACCESSING CUES: “LYING EYES”
The first time “Visual Accessing Cues” were discussed (at least to my knowledge), was by Richard Bandler and John Grinder in their book “Frogs into Princes: Neuro Linguistic Programming (NLP)” From their experiments this is what they found.
When asked a question a “normally organized” right-handed person looks(from your viewpoint, looking at them):
Up and to the Left: indicates Visually Constructed Images (Vc)
If you asked someone to “Imagine a purple buffalo”, this would be the direction their eyes moved in while thinking about the question as they “Visually Constructed” a purple buffalo in their mind.
Up and to the Right: indicates Visually Remembered Images (Vr)
If you asked someone to “What color was the first house you lived in?”, this would be the direction their eyes moved in while thinking about the question as they “Visually Remembered” the color of their childhood home.
To the Left: indicates Auditory Constructed (Ac)
If you asked someone to “Try and create the highest the sound of the pitch possible in your head”, this would be the direction their eyes moved in while thinking about the question as they “Auditorily Constructed” this this sound that they have never heard of.
To the Right: indicates Auditory Remembered (Ar)
If you asked someone to “Remember what their mother’s voice sounds like”, this would be the direction their eyes moved in while thinking about the question as they “Auditorily Remembered” this sound.
Down and to the Left: indicates Feeling/Kinesthetic (F)
If you asked someone to “Can you remember the smell of a campfire? “, this would be the direction their eyes moved in while thinking about the question as they used recalled a smell, feeling, or taste.
Down and to the Right: indicates Internal Dialogue (Ai)
This is the direction of someone eyes as they “talk to themselves”.
HOW THIS INFORMATION IS USED TO DETECT LIES
Example: Let’s say your child asks you for a cookie, and you ask: “Well, what did your mother say?” As they reply “Mom said… yes.”, they look to the left. This would indicate a made up answer as their eyes are showing a “constructed image or sound. Looking to the right would indicated a “remembered” voice or image, and thus would be telling the truth.
Looking straight ahead or with eyes that are defocused/unmoving is also considered a sign of visual accessing.
A typical left-handed person would have the opposite meanings for their eye-directions.
As with other signs of lying, you should first establish and understand a persons’ base-behavior before concluding they are lying by the direction of their eyes.
Many critics believe the above is a bunch of bullsh*t. In my own experiments, I have found these techniques to be more true than not. But, why not find out for yourself? Make up a list of questions that like the sample ones, and give them to your friends/family anyone who would be your guinea pig, observe their eye movements and record the results.
This guide is hardly in-depth, I recommend getting the book “Frogs into Princes: Neuro Linguistic Programming” by Richard Bandler and John Grinder for a more thorough explanation if the subject interests you.
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