Question: Is telling a lie a feeling?
The Seer: The intent to deceive is a feeling that precipitates the act of telling a lie.
Question: Why does a lie make some people sick?
The Seer: Because it disrupted the Song of the Self; the body’s frequency.
Question: Can you control how other people feel? I don’t think you can?
The Seer: Let’s first clarify if the “you” in your self answered question means me, or if it is just a grammatical use of a pronoun? If you mean me, then the answer is: of course, I can, but I would never do so because it would be unethical and create unpleasant consequences in my environment.
Some insights about lies and truth:
How a lie affects others, depends very much on their level of consciousness: at a high level, the master feels an avoidance. The master senses the discord in another and wishes to avoid that person. At a lower level, they use their head to ascertain the truth and can therefore be fooled. Underdeveloped Subpersonalities (like a needy inner child for instance) cause obstruction in clarity and can stand in the way of feeling truth from untruth.
“A man hears what he wants to hear and disregards the rest“ (From The Boxer — Simon and Garfunkel)
Having a personal identity also disturbs clear vision by perpetuating that disruptive flaw of the human (and gods) psyche: the search for sameness. It creates the dilemma of not being able to recognize in others that which is not in yourself.
Sickness can be called: “discord of the song of the self“
Contagion can be called “empathically adopting through resonance the discordant song of another.”
So the illness resulting from lies is contagious.