Such a result, however, is reached only when one consciously tries to make some estimate of the nature of one's relationships with one's fellow-men. But a psychological conscientiousness of this kind is by no means usual. Usually a kind of fake rapport is reached through projection: one assumes with unspoken projection that the other is
, in all essential points, of the same opinion as himself, while the other intuits or senses a common interest. A rapport of this kind is by far the most frequent; it rests upon projection
, which is the source of many subsequent misunderstandings.