You know what? I’ve just remembered what I was going to talk about a couple of weeks ago.
Typical, isn’t it?
Now I don’t know if it’s the vampire brain, or whether it’s just me, but I do find sometimes that there’s something stuck in my head and I can’t get to it for ages.
It’s like that pen that falls down behind a cupboard and you do your darnedest to reach it, but no matter how much you stretch your arm out, you can’t even get your fingertips on it…
Well, that was my problem last time.
And now I’ve remembered what it was.
I’d be great on a debate programme, would I?
Oh yes, I’d have my devastatingly astute comeback at the ready. Give me three weeks, and you can have it.
It was all to do with another myth I heard about the other day.
Apparently, vampires can read minds.
I’d be even crazier than I already am!
I’m already an empath, so I can feel other people’s emotions, but having their thoughts dumped on me too?
No, that’s not the case, (un)fortunately. While yes, it might be useful on occasion, I doubt it’s something you could turn on and off like a tap.
This is actually what’s going on, should you ever meet a vampire…
It’s the turbo brain thing. The vampire brain moves so fast, it collects information at a rate that computers are probably envious of. If computers could feel envy, or indeed… anything.
We watch you.
We read your body language, your facial expression, the way you blink your eyes, the way you twist your mouth as you talk. Every single thing. And every single one of those things is an insight into what you’re thinking. Your face and your body are simply the hand-puppets of your brain.
We know if you’re lying. We know if you’re in pain. We know every single thing that you want to hide. And it’s got nothing to do with telepathy. Nothing at all. At the risk of sounding like a zombie recovery counsellor, your brain is safe.
That’s either made you feel relieved or really creeped out…
I’d love to know which…