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Using Your Intuition to Detect if Someone is Lying to You (Video)

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by N.Morgan

Have you ever had an experience in which you knew someone was lying but you weren’t sure enough to call them out on it, only to find out later that you were, in fact, right about the deception?  As much as life is about love and community and friendship, it is also about wisdom and discernment and being aware not everyone has your best interests at heart.

As nice as it would be to live in a world where everyone is honest and transparent, the truth is, we have a long way to go as humans to achieve that utopia.  A skill that will be very helpful on your journey is having the ability to distinguish between a lie and a truth.  It is good to learn the ways to identify a lie now so that you don’t have to learn the hard way through bad experience later.

Whether it be a co-worker, friend, family member, or peer, here are 3 main ways to tell if someone is lying to you:

1) The body language changes

As I mentioned in my previous article when discussing body language: It is estimated that about 55% of all communication boils down to body language. We are biologically wired to be able to read body language, and knowing how to identify specific movements and gestures is a good way to prevent yourself from falling victim to a liar.  Here are a few body language signs to look for if someone is lying:

  1. They are blinking rapidly (trying to be more convincing)
  2. They aren’t making eye contact (either out of guilt or trying to think of a story on the spot in their head)
  3. They may put their fingers on their mouth (subconscious way to prevent them from spilling the beans)
  4. The stare at you very still without blinking (forcefully trying to remain calm)
  5. They change their head position quickly (to replicate an ‘AHA!’ moment)

These 5 things, in combination with what we are about to talk about, are signature body language behaviors that most liars display.

2) Their tone of voice changes

It is estimated that about 38% of communication involves tone, volume, flow, pitch, and speed.  They may start talking more quietly, more quickly, or stumble over their words.  They may stutter a bit as well because they are trying to make up a story as they go along.  You may also notice that they are giving you too MUCH information as an attempt to make themselves super Business dressed male and female in different role plays.convincing to masquerade their lies.

Their voice may carry a sense of nervousness, anxiety, or fear when there is no need for it to exist.

If you ask someone “Where were you today?” and they did nothing wrong, there is no logical reason why they should be nervous, stumble over their words, or try to overly convince you of where they were.

Body language combined with the tone of voice accounts for the majority of human communication, and learning how to read both of these will give you a huge leg up.

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3) Their energy field changes

It’s been estimated that the remaining 7% of communication is verbal in nature and consists of words.  These numbers, by the way, come from a study done by a professor of psychology Dr. Albert Mehrabian which tested verbal and non-verbal communication.  If someone lies and says “I don’t have a problem with you!”, he concluded that 93% of the communication could be picked up by the tone of voice and body language.

I personally think 7% is too high of a number because his studies failed to include other important ingredients which are just as scientific.  Intuition, pre-cognition, and empathy.  A lot of people identify with being an empath, meaning they can literally feel the thoughts and feelings another person is having.

If you have a strong intuition and are empathetic in nature, I would argue that you can discern the remaining 9% using these tools alone, leaving only 1% to actual words.

How does it feel in your stomach and in your heart?  Does it feel similar to how you felt a separate time when someone was lying to you?  If you are standing with them, pay attention to how their energy field feels.  Is it one of defense, lies, and manipulation?

Science tells us that body language and tone make up the majority of a person’s communication, and experience tells us that intuition and empathetic ability can account for the majority of the rest.  Spiritually speaking, 100% of communication is non-verbal.  It’s all communicated through the energy field and through the thought field.  If you are in touch with that aspect of yourself and combine that with this new knowledge about the tone of voice and body language, you are well equipped to see through the veils of deception.

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References: 

http://thespiritscience.net/2015/06/04/3-ways-to-know-someone-is-lying-by-using-your-intuition/

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=j41frSX-LXE

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  • Slimey

    Hello Angle#3,

    Charlie here. Intuition is a fine-tuned thing IMO. Mostly I get that doughnut er, spidey tingle when I sense something is wrong. The key with intuition is you have to ACKNOWLEDGE it.

    So when that doughnut tingle comes out. YEP, you guessed it. I reach for a doughnut! :lol: :lol:

    Well, I’m sort of kidding, but that is how intuition sort of works. The key, again, is you have to ACKNOWLEDGE it. Don’t ignore it because intuition is FOOL of revenge.

    Have you ever turned a timer on to time something and you go and do something else (for me I usually grab a doughnut :lol: :lol: ) and precisely the moment a few seconds before the timer rings something in your head tells you it’s about to go off?

    This tells me we really do have some kind of internal clock. My success rate is about 95%.

    Signed,

    Charlie (it goes to 100% when I’m making doughnuts) :lol: :lol:

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