Moral

@draco666 (174)
United States
May 21, 2007 9:29pm CST
Some people can be human lie detectors and others can tell even more about people by simply looking into theirs eyes. My question is do you consider this moral and why? There can be many different spins on this odd ability and you can call it what you will but where should the line be drawn?
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@Ravenladyj (22920)
• United States
22 May 07
I have always been one who is good at "reading" ppl and the older I got the more enhanced that 'ability' in me became...In fact its been to the point the past few yrs that ppl would bring a potential bf or friend, their child, a sibling etc etc to me for me to "read" them and get a handle on whats goin on etc...Do I think its moral? sure why not? I mean really all it is is a persons natural internal warning system ya know...We ALL have the capability to do it, its just that some of us acknowledge it and work towards building it up, fine tuning it... I thnk a line should only be drawn when ppl who are good with this skill, use it to pry into ones life jsut for fun or to get info they really have no biz getting becuase it doenst concern them - they do it just to be nosey ya know...that I'm not cool with at all..
@draco666 (174)
• United States
22 May 07
Thanks for the response, Thats true, abusing a gift in any form can be wrong but even with the natural talent some people can still feel invaded.
• United States
22 May 07
Is it moral to know if a person is lying or not? I don't see how it can be immoral. Some people have natural skills when it comes to reading others, just like some people have a habit of giving away when they are lying. When I say natural skills, I don't mean psychic powers, I'm talking about simply being able to tell if a person is lying or not. So, no, I don't anything is wrong with knowing when someone is lying or not.
@draco666 (174)
• United States
22 May 07
I am just trying to get peoples views. The question came up with a freind of mine. I not realy tring to elude to powers do to speak but just the abilty to see things that isn't appaernt to all.
• United States
4 Apr 09
I don't think it's immoral at all. In the field of psychology we know for a fact that you can tell if someone is lying based upon the direction their eyes look when they are relating the story. So, in that, to say it's "magic" is really nothing more than a parlor trick. I do think though that a 6th sense, so to speak, does exist and this I do not think is a parlor trick. I think that through the use of spirit guides, aura readings, and so forth one could gain a great deal of information about the person they are dealing with. I'm not sure if I'd say that was a complete violation if for example someone was following you, or gave you a bad feeling. However, to let's say do it with a co-worker without permission may indeed be a violation of ethics. In the end though, your own moral compass is what must guide you. (At least within the study of magick, etc. By all means, follow the legal laws of the land you live in). Namaste-Anora