What do eye movements indicate?
The Eye Accessing Cues indicate whether a person is thinking in images, sounds, self-talk, or through their feelings.
Having this information enables us to communicate in a way that more effectively matches their current thinking style.
Important: the movements show us how a person is thinking right now. In other situations they may think differently so avoid the temptation to put people into boxes by labelling them as 'kinaesthetics, or auditories or visuals.
Recognising eye movements takes a little practise because, although some people have eye movements that are quite slow and deliberate, most eye assessing will be very brief and subtle with little 'flicks' that are almost unnoticeable.