To find out if your interlocutor is lying , it is good to observe the positions of the eyes and head related to thought. In fact, based on these, you will probably be able to understand his real intentions.

In fact, from the look and movement of a person’s eyes you can guess what he is thinking without the need to ask him. Because there is a neurological connection between the brain and the movement of the eyes.

For right-handed people, the right hemisphere of the brain is the non-dominant one which allows the elaboration of fantasy, creativity and intuition, while the left and the dominant one , dedicated to logic and rationality. For left- handers the functions are reversed .

Obviously, it is clear that the positions and attitudes evaluated in this article will not always mean without exception what is described. In any case, you will have new interpretations of others, to try to better understand their true intentions, that is, the correlated thinking .

10) Eyes turned up to the right

The first position we will examine is that of the non-dominant hemisphere for right-handed people: the one on the right. In the event that the eyes are positioned upwards with the gaze turned to the right, we speak of a constructed visual field . In fact, the right hemisphere of the brain is the one that allows the elaboration of the imagination, of creativity. Probably, in this position the person is creating a new , completely invented image. The example could be that of asking the interlocutor to think of a lawn with pink grass. At this point, his eyes should be positioned upward looking to the right.

9) Eyes turned down to the right

The position examined in this section concerns sensations. In the case in which the eyes are turned downwards with the gaze to the right it is defined kinesthetic . This position can be assumed when positive or negative sensations occur , whereby the individual actually has feelings . So, eyes turned down to the right will likely occur as people utter phrases like ” I feel … ” and “I’m trying …”.

8) Eyes in the center right

After analyzing the downward and upward facing eyes, we will reveal the meaning of the eyes in the center position. Therefore, in the event that the gaze is in a central position but tending to the right, we speak of a constructed auditory . The supposed meaning of this eye position is that the interlocutor is trying to process a new sound with the voice to express something.

7) Eyes turned up to the left

The left hemisphere is dominant for right-handed people and is dedicated to processing, logic and rationality. Starting from this assumption we can draw an alleged meaning also for the eyes turned upwards to the left, also called visual remembered . In this case the interlocutor should be intent on remembering a real image . This person’s mind should be committed to visualizing colors, objects and information that pertain to the ongoing conversation.

6) Eyes turned down to the left

If the eyes are turned down to the left, in some cases it is possible to speak of internal dialogue . In this case the person is conversing with himself, as when reflecting on something. Thus, the interlocutor indicates that she is meditating , asking questions, planning something. In the case of an excess of internal dialogue it means that the person is not interested in speech and thinks about something else. To get out of this state it is often enough to look up and pay attention to something else.

5) Eyes in the center to the left

After noting that the eyes in the center position to the right would indicate that the person is processing a new sound with the voice to express something, it is important to give meaning to the gaze in the center position to the left as well. In fact, in the case of the remembered auditory , the individual should recall a sound . The person may try to remember the words of a song, the noise of a mechanical medium, or the sound of a voice.

4) Head up and look forward

In addition to the 6 eye positions, previously described, it is also important to observe that of the head. In this way you will have a fairly comprehensive assessment of the behavior of your interlocutor. In fact, if this person responds with his head held high while looking forward he would demonstrate a confident attitude and a proud character .

3) Head and look up

A totally different meaning is the one attributed to the position in which both the head and the gaze are turned upwards . In fact, this position of the chin at right angles, taken by the interlocutor, can mean boredom and monotony. In the event that the chin is raised it is possible that it is shown pride .

2) Head and gaze pointing downwards

When the head and gaze are turned downwards , a negative feeling can be expressed . Furthermore, it can also mean a state of insecurity .

1) Head down and look straight

In the event that the head is turned down while the gaze is straight , the interlocutor may express disbelief and surprise at what he has just heard.