Minds talk incessantly for no particular reason. Yada-yada-yada-yada-yada. They are like a magpie. The truth is that they would be better off quiet. However, since they talk, let’s try to find out what they’re saying. To this end, it’s necessary to know the language of the mind. There are no language schools that teach this language, because it’s an innate language, like Latin. These privileged people who are born knowing the language of the mind are called ‘mentalists’ (if they read from left to right) or ‘psychics’ (from right to left). Those of us who aren’t able to read minds are called ‘dimwits’ (from left to right) or ‘blockheads’ (from right to left). To read minds profitably, there are several tips to keep in mind. First of all and before you start reading, take a quick look at the mind you’re gonna read and ask yourself what’s the main idea. Most of the time it’s something like “Don’t do this to yourself, man” or “¿Has anyone seen my lipstick?” Next, look at any pictures, illustrations or graphs. If there are no pictures, draw one mentally. And finally, skim over the mind and get straight to the point without delaying yourself in each of the headings and subheadings. All this will facilitate your mind-reading comprehension and thus you’ll find out what’s going on.