That’s a good question, and it might be of much interest to others. The good news is there are no hard and fast rules or rules of thumb on reading minds. The great news is that when you read someone’s mind, you are not reading their mind, you are reading a version of that person’s mind.
A common myth is that one “person”, or even one mind, can’t possibly contain all information that the mind of another mind can hold, or at least, information which other people don’t want to be heard or read about. It’s the same as saying, if you don’t hear people in your street, they must, by nature, lie. The thing is, it’s a mistake. People can still hear the conversation just as well as if you didn’t hear it.
There is a great deal of variation between people, and it is possible to read anyone’s mind. Most experts and psychologists disagree on this issue of whether people are capable of holding lots of different sorts of thoughts simultaneously. But the idea is that a common mind can hold the various sorts of views (thoughts and ideas which are incompatible with each other) that an individual brain can hold.
There is a lot of research that demonstrates how a common person can be persuaded to accept or reject a particular proposition, or to change its form. It’s not difficult to see how an experienced liar can lie and say something that he or she does not intend.
To read someone’s mind clearly, an experiment is often used. In one such experiment I read a man’s mind as a person would. In another experiment I asked myself the same questions. I would listen to the answers. If I felt that the man said something I wanted to believe, I would stop listening, and say it aloud. It is important to note here that this behavior is not always correct, sometimes people will speak in private because they are afraid. They do not want to upset their listeners or cause them to think that the answer was incorrect. In any case, in both experiments, I was able to see that one man’s mind differed substantially from that of another man, and I would not guess his identity simply because he said it.
In the experiment I read the man’s mind, I was interested in knowing as much as I could about which thoughts he had, particularly if there was any room for doubt, because in such cases I often find people seem unaware that they are lying. Another benefit of reading someone’s mind
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