Signs of Lying Eyes: 3 Ways To Detect Lies By Looking At Their Eyes
By Michael Lee

These days, it's easy to tell whether someone is lying or not. One of the ways you can find out is by looking at the signs of lying eyes. They say that the eyes are the windows to a person's soul. It turns out that this isn't such a far-fetched idea after all.

I'm sure you've heard of these signs of lying eyes before. However, do you know what the reasons behind them are?

Signs of Lying Eyes # 1: Lack Of Eye Contact

People who are telling lies, or not quite telling the whole story, will find it difficult to look you in the eye. Growing up, we have been taught that honesty is the best policy. Doing otherwise is totally against most people's nature.

The lack of eye contact is believed by many to be some sort of defense mechanism.

Signs of Lying Eyes # 2: Eyes Move Up and to the Left

When a person is telling a lie, they will most likely look up to their left. Why? Well, this is usually a sign that they're creating a new image or scenario in their head.

When a person is trying to remember something however, the eyes will most likely look up to their right. Just be careful that you don't mix these up.

Signs of Lying Eyes # 3: Lots of Blinking

When a person is telling a lie, you will notice rapid eye movement and that there's a lot of blinking going on. Many believe that this is the body's way of saying that lying is not natural and that there must be something wrong going on.

While these signs of lying eyes are said to be quite accurate, you still have to be careful, especially when the person in question is a very good liar. There are others who are so good at lying, they can even control their own actions to prevent detection.

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