Garid wrote:So far from what I have observed the faster eye blinks the more the statements that particular being is being dishonest.. True.?
And as one is speaking there are moments where that being says something while closing eyes (at unnatural moment), does it mean that he/she is been dishonest w/ me.?
Should I disregard the the words they speak because what has been said a lie.?
Thank you.! Any perspective will be appreciated
Self-introspection as Cathy has suggested is the way to go here within the consideration of projecting judgments onto others.
See, what would it change to 'know' if someone is 'being dishonest with you' in any way? How about instead first seeing where and how you are existing in a dishonest way from the moment that you are seeking dishonesty in another before looking into yourself.
Also consider how within self-honesty, we realize that everything we think, say,do think, speak is a lie when not being here as breath and absolutely self-directive, as it is all just serving our own interest. Hence, before wanting to look for 'lies' in another/ wanting to know if someone is 'dishonest' toward you, rather stop projecting such judgments and take it back to self:
Where and how am I still living a life as the character that I am instead of living in common sense?
This would mean that one stops seeking to try and figure out whether 'we are being lied to or not' which is actually a victimized state, instead of taking responsibility for ourselves to ensure that we take our own life through this process of self-correction, which implies that you get to know how you function in relation to the thoughts in your mind and your own body language. This process is about self-first, trying to 'figure out others' is based on self interest and not common sensical living.
So, suggest you write out the starting point for doing so and how you can instead investigate this point with yourself, with your own life and how you have lived dishonesty instead of self-honesty in every moment.
If something's not clear, write it out and we'll clarify.