I believe its true. Deception, Truth, and Body Language

I was recently sent a question.

"Patti, over the past few weeks I've been doing research on body language. I just have a quick question that I haven't been able to figure out an answer to;Although, I'm not sure if you're the right person to ask or not I figured it couldn't hurt to try. Can someone say something that they believe 100% but their body language will say they don't or that they aren't telling the truth?
That is not a question that can be answered simply. Believing something to be true with the conscious mind is different that feeling or sensing something is true with the more primitive brain. The neo cortex can rationally think I trust this person, but the primal brain can read cues the neo cortex can't and no the person cannot be trusted. So the person can say, "I trust this guy." Using words that are formulated in the rational brain and yet give off nonverbal cues controlled by the primal brain that may indicate a lack of trust.
You can also begin to "believe your own lies" after telling a story so many times and so no longer give off the normal cues of deception that are given off when someone feels guilty or nervous about being discovered.

Patti Wood, MA, Certified Speaking Professional The Body Language Expert Web- http://www.PattiWood.netI have a new quiz on my YouTubestation. Check it out!YouTube- YouTube - bodylanguageexpert's Channel