9 times out of 10, they're usually right.
Because what they're saying is, "He looks..."
What they really mean is, "I feel..."
As long as you know it's not some judgement based off a comment, clothing, or something else - it's usually a lightning fast recognition by your intuition.
It's something behind their eyes.
Something about the way they're looking around.
Something about the things they said and how it's registering in your gut (intuition).
It's the high sign.
It's truth. Energy. And you're reading it.
& most people don't even know it.
I've watched so much stuff where they are talking about if someone is guilty or not, and they just look (feel) like they would be.
They usually always are. 98% of the time.
Certain people just look like psychos. Certain people just look like pedophiles. Certain people just look like they're sad.
For me, that's reading energy. That's just always been how I've operated, with everyone. But it's developed, into more astute and detailed 'feels' about whoever. I didn't realize it was as simple as 'looks like' until yesterday.
There was a program on my Mom was watching, and I walked by. It just started, and it was one of those true crime shows.
They had some photos of people and were like... "But which one committed the murder? That's what cops..."
and I saw the guy instantly. Bam. Just, everything screamed 'guilty'. Everything. In his face, his shoulders, his arms, his eyes, his nose, everything.
My Mom says, "Oh come on April."
"How do you know that?"
I tried to get past an energetic explanation. Couldn't, so I just said, "Look at him! He looks like a murderer."
Oh my god... It's that simple.
And so many people do that without realizing what they're doing.
Reading energy, and tons of other stuff.
I mean, to keep it real, there's a reason why people say, "...looks like a murder..."
Obviously, there's something in the look of all of them.
It's something about the feel of all of them.
We just verbalize it in a way most people try and get socially correct about.
No, fuck that, I don't give a shit. I know my shit, I know when I'm uneasy for no reason. I know my gut and I know my intuition is never wrong. I know when I feel something off, or when it all comes down to, "they look crazy". I'll stay the fuck away, regardless. Thank you very fucking much.
I mean, it's micro-expressions and just ingrained visceral stuff.
In a positive way...
Certain people feel warm and kind. Certain people feel safe. Certain people feel friendly, and compassionate.
That's more acceptable to say 'feel'.
Interesting there, huh?
Men have an easier time with truths like that. Saying, "No, they look like a fucking serial killer." They can socially get away with that. They're dudes.
Same reason that stuff makes men a 'boss', a 'hustler', a 'man' - and makes women 'fucking bitch'es.
Women can't even go somewhere with a straight face without someone commanding them to smile. Not to mention we're always told to be nice and kind and polite, regardless.
And that has been documented and spoken about in thousands of places as being the reason some women disregard their intuitions and fight with them, then end up fucking assaulted.
So - what does someone look like to you?
Really. Look at someone. Judge. Fuck society - judge the fuck out of someone. Look at them, or a photo, and honestly connect with your soul and make a judgement in your head.
It's probably not a judgement.
It's probably an accurate energetic reading.
Practice. Ask a friend to bring one of their good friends to dinner.
Ask to be told nothing about this person - and when you first see them, try and make a deep 'judgement' right away. Deep. Try.
Then wait, analyze. 'Judge'.
Now 'judge' isn't in a negative connotation - don't try and find shit wrong with them.
Judge as in, read. Guess. Guess them. Guess what they're about, what's up with them.
Anxious? Crazy? Loving? Mean? Sad?
Then wait, and maybe ask your friend later.
You can use words like, "They seem like they're sad a lot..."
We're you right?
It's a muscle. It's intuition, and your gut.
It'll get stronger.
When you begin to realize that you're usually right... Realize, you were never wrong.
Intuition. ALWAYS, ALWAYS follow it.
Don't be afraid of offending people, or seeming socially taboo. Especially if it's a potential danger.
Stay safe, learn about yourself and your natural gifts.
You got this.