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Deception Detection with Aura Reading, Part One

How Aura Reading Can Protect Your From Liars

How Aura Reading Can Protect You From Liars

Nothing helps you to spot a liar better than energetic literacy.

So much nuance is available, using the system of Aura Reading Through All Your Senses(R).

Recently I was interviewed by a deception detection expert, whose name (real name) is PETE. Here is Part of a Three-Part Interview. Click on this Deception Detection with Rose Rosetree link to get started.

 

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  1. 1
    Rachel says:

    Rose,

    This topic is very much on my mind at the moment, so how wonderful to see you post about it here. But the link doesn’t work… 🙁

    I have about a million questions on this topic..but will listen to the interview first.

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    Rachel says:

    Oh! I just tried the link again and it does work… sorry, must be my computer.

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    Sweet, RACHEL. Isn’t it fascinating how sometimes many in our online community can go through exploring a topic related to “Deeper Perception Made Practical.” It’s just up for us and there go all those questions and answers!

    Thanks also for commenting about NOT WORKING and then WORKING.

    It does take a couple of tries sometimes with our various electronic thingies.

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    Amanda says:

    Can’t wait for the next two!

    It seems to be a theme du jour – Yahoo are running a ‘spot a liar by body language’ video on their headline bar today.

    The difference between that video and your approach is large.

    🙂

    Amanda

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    AMANDA, thanks. Evidently Yahoo has graciously illustrated how sometimes many in our online community — and folks outside of it, too — can go through exploring a topic related to “Deeper Perception Made Practical.”

    Could we link this to ebbs and flows in collective consciousness? Probably. But I’m having way more fun enjoying the localized bits, like you and me.

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    Oh yes, AMANDA, for those of us who haven’t seen that Yahoo video, perhaps you might summarize one or more differences that interested you.

    What struck you as particularly, largely different between the “Spot Liars with Body Language” approach and using the energetic literacy of aura reading down to chakra databanks?

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    Amanda says:

    Of course, Rose.

    The Yahoo video is short and sweet and summarises body language giveaways such as hand covering the mouth, eyes looking up and to the side, slow blinking or overfast blinking.

    It follows this very brief set of descriptions with three ‘truth or lie?’ tests.

    In contrast, though we have only just started in Part 1 of your interview, you have explored energetic literacy, skilled empath merge and respectfully put the concept of mirroring in its context.

    I especially enjoyed the descriptions of the different chakra databanks for integrity.

    So, rather than catching someone out in a basic, body-language, ‘sitting in front of you’ lie, you are exploring how we can discover if someone has habitual issues with integrity, and how that might play out for an individual.

    I am actually rather keen on body language, partly because it does make a good substitute for automatic empath merges, but as I said before, the differences are very great.

    Amanda

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    What a superb summary, AMANDA. I am keen on you as Integrity Commentator!

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    Rachel says:

    Hi Rose,
    I just listened – great interview! Are you planning to post parts 2 & 3?

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    Rachel says:

    Like Amanda, I love the fact that your work goes to much deeper levels than conventional wisdom.

    One question does nag at me though. I hope you don’t mind me using a personal experience to illustrate the question. Not so long ago I suspected a man I know of lying to me. I was so rattled by this that I actually asked you to read an energetic hologram of him right at the moment that I thought he was lying.

    Sure enough, his verbal integrity was really small. Your very sensible suggestion though was to actually contact him and to ask him what was going on for him at that time, as a way of bringing in human reality better (I guess that would be part of my ongoing project to live more in objective reality!!).

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    Rachel says:

    It was good advice; later, I did ask this man what was going on. He gave me an answer that satisfied me and all was well.

    However… I then found out from a third party that his explanation for his behaviour was a lie. So now I am just thinking out loud – I guess, in an ideal world, the best time to research him would have been at the time when I was asking him the actual question, is that right?

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    Rachel says:

    I guess what I mean is, what do you do when you read someone’s aura (or ask someone else to read it), and the reading is not definitive – but you cannot get the truth from surface level reality either?

    I apologise if this is a somewhat rambling question. I am still struggling to make sense of the situation.

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    Rachel says:

    One other question – and you may cover this in parts 2 & 3, is what are your views on ‘trusting our instincts?’

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    Rachel says:

    Just to be clear about the ‘trusting our instincts’ part, as I know you did refer to this in the interview – if you ask someone a question and they give you an answer, and it sounds perfectly plausible but you just get that ‘funny feeling’ about it… what is your take on that?

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    Let’s start with your Comment #9.

    I definitely will be posting the other two parts of this interview.

    Today’s post inspired by SHARON had to come in between because birthdays don’t wait!

    Often here as blog moderator I find myself in the role of juggler. I still owe you’all one promised final Academy Award Aura Reading Movie Article — I’m just juggling it in with all the rest.

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    On to responding to your Comment #10, RACHEL.

    It’s hard to coolly ascertain truthfulness when big feelings are involved. (One reason why I recommend doing detailed aura reading research after just one date or two, so you can check out big deal-breakers BEFORE you become involved.)

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    As you recounted, “Sure enough, his verbal integrity was really small. Your very sensible suggestion though was to actually contact him and to ask him what was going on for him at that time.”

    Dear Heart, my recommendation to ask JOE to explain himself was not that I considered my aura reading research inconclusive.

    And it wasn’t to see if he could explain away his lack of integrity.

    It was suggested as a learning experience.

    You did that and then you got one!

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    Have you considered that, perhaps, in this case you were rather easily satisfied with JOE’s explanation?

    As a practical point, if someone gives you reason to doubt his integrity, you might put that person on probation for a while, you know?

    Extra scrutiny is recommended, not extra forgiveness and relief.

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    Then came your excellent question, RACHEL:

    “So now I am just thinking out loud – I guess, in an ideal world, the best time to research him would have been at the time when I was asking him the actual question, is that right?”

    Please, NOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO. When dealing with somebody iffy, keep your wits about you.

    What about researching body language and expression in the midst of a conversation? Sure, you might manage that.

    Except that the short and sweet video enjoyed by AMANDA in Comment #7 probably didn’t take time to cite the numerous statistics. Trying to spot liars through body language and expression reading? Sadly, it is highly inaccurate.

    We WANT those techniques to work. They seem appealing. That doesn’t mean they are usually accurate.

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    In order to learn about deception or truthfulness, one of the very worst things you can do is divide your attention with multi-tasking.

    And reading someone’s aura while talking to him does count as multi-tasking.

    Instead, get a photo and use techniques of energetic literacy at your leisure.

    Of course I can teach you to do that accurately for yourself. However, if the stakes are high and you are emotionally involved in a particular outcome, you might choose to do a session of aura reading research with someone like me, who does have dependable skills.

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    So, what can I say about this touching question, RACHEL?

    “What do you do when you read someone’s aura (or ask someone else to read it), and the reading is not definitive?”

    Ouchers, it was definitive. Listen to your recording.

    Look, I didn’t scream “Liar, liar, his pants were on fire.”

    What did I have to say to make “Poor verbal integrity, described in detail” seem conclusive to you? 😉

    I did my best. You’re a refined, brainy woman. Plus British. I thought you got the message. Asking JOE point blank was meant as an exercise to watch him squirm and give him a bit of a hard time. Next time — with anyone — I guess I will communicate more emphatically.

    Sorry you struggled, RACHEL. And glad you asked this series of questions.

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    About “trusting your instincts,” another name for that is Stage ONE Energetic Literacy.

    It’s the sweet beginner’s stage of reading auras.

    It is not dependable.

    Granted using your self-authority beats ignoring it.

    But why not learn to develop Stage THREE Energetic Literacy?

    This happens to be a website that specializes in teaching that through books (Read People Deeper), personal mentoring, and workshops.

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    RACHEL, I know some folks shy away from learning aura reading, but don’t be discouraged if you haven’t had huge success with clairvoyance workshops or psychic development training in reading auras, or workshops to read the colours.

    Aura Reading Through All Your Senses is a very different approach, a literacy approach. When I teach my annual Aura Reading Workshop May 17-18, it’s very likely that results will be just the same as when I have taught this workshop in England and America in previous years: 100% success rate.

    For years, every single participant has left that two-day workshop with Stage Three Energetic Literacy. I’m not promising, just reporting.

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    Rachel says:

    Rose,

    Thank you once again for your generous replies. You’re right – I got a learning experience alright, one I could have done without. I was definitely much too satisfied with his explanations.

    A friend of mine commented that it is hard, when you are a fundamentally honest person, to believe or understand why other people can be so deeply dishonest.

    Ah, but then hindsight is a wonderful thing.

    Anyway, sorry for sharing this rather personal experience at the blog. Next time, in a similar situation, I will be sure to be much more on my guard.

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    Rachel says:

    p.s. Ahem, you already facilitated a session where you cut the cord between me and JOE, but I wonder… I seem to remember reading somewhere that you can do sessions that specifically have an intention to move on from a particular relationship – is that right? I guess that might be a wise move for me…

  26. 26

    RACHEL, so glad you asked that question in Comment 25.

    Yes, you can definitely bring that sort of intention to a session.

    You have inspired a blog post for today as well. I’ll supply the link later.

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    Zelda says:

    Rose, I enjoyed listening to this part of the interview. The overview of your work is quite good and I sent the link to a friend who is just beginning to learn about it.

    Regarding RACHEL’S comments…I was reminded of a pattern I used to have that got me into a whole lot of trouble. I would believe things about people that I basically just really wanted to believe. Rather than focussing more on the truth of the matter because that would have been too painful at the time.

    Sounds like a great learning opportunity, RACHEL! A difficult one, for sure, but a great lesson that can help avoid loads of problems.

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    Zelda says:

    Related to the notion of believing what I wanted to believe, besides the enormous help I’ve gotten from Rose and Energy Spirituality, I was also greatly helped by my studies of the creative process. Robert Fritz has written a few books on this.

    One key element in the process is a clear focus on reality, no matter what. This is basically what students are taught in creative pursuits in art school. Drawing what they really see and not a concept of what they see. Hearing the actual tone in music, not what they think they hear.

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    Pete says:

    I love all of the great feedback on this topic. As I mentioned during the interview, Rose has a unique perspective on the topic that is not often discussed. Energetic Literacy is almost never brought up with today’s mass media discussions on deception detection. This is a pioneer concept for the mainstream, which does not tend to acknowledge the importance of going beyond deductive body language interpretation or micro-expression analysis. I can say that it was new to me despite the numerous individuals that I have interviewed and the literature that I have reviewed. I recommend taking advantage of the development of this skill set to gain a valuable life skill that can enhance one’s quality of life through the process of more accurately selecting those to interact with.

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    PETE and ZELDA, thank you so much for these insights.

    PETE, I wonder if you can share more about the limitations of deductive body language interpretation or micro-expression analysis.

    Your serious professional work in this field would lie at the extreme opposite end of pop culture’s approach. Like that aforementioned short and sweet, viewer- friendly Yahoo video on these topics.

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    Amanda says:

    Hi Rachel,

    I empathise! 🙂

    Confrontation can be strengthening but if we bring expectations to it then we can easily get lost in hearing what we want to hear.

    I’ve found my physical discomforts are good messages in these situations. If I let them speak they’re fairly clear.

    Mine, when I do that, say things like ‘Weasel!’.

    It’s fun 🙂

    Amanda

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    Rachel says:

    Hello Rose and everyone!

    Thanks for all the comments in response to my questions a while back.

    I’ve been mulling over the whole theme of lies and deception recently. For me, telling the truth has always been so important, not just from a moral standpoint but because I truly believe that the truth only ever helps and heals.

    I’ve realised that I basically expect the same from other people, and am horrified if others distort the truth, because I can’t understand why they would do that.

    But, as I’ve been reflecting on this, I’ve come across this idea that sometimes people don’t tell the truth because they don’t want to hurt someone. Until now I’ve always thought of such behaviour as ridiculous, because in my mental landscape it’s lies that hurt, and never the truth.

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    Rachel says:

    I’m curious though about what others think about this. Rose, and other blog-buddies, what do you think?

    If you know that what you have to tell someone will hurt – and you can’t see any reason why they should know this piece of information, do you think it’s more ethical/kinder to keep quiet?

    Do people keep quiet out of compassion? Of course, I realise that there are vast grey areas – none of us would probably want to tell someone outright that they looked fat, for example, even if that was ‘truthful.’

    Nevertheless, are there times when the best moral choice is to withhold truth?

    What do you think?

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    Wonderful questions, RACHEL. I, too, await different points of view from members of our online community.

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