When somebody makes a statement with the intention of professing one truth but unintentionally speaks another, which may or may not correspond to the first truth, what do we call that?
For example, someone says, "incredible things are possible when you dare to be you," with the intention of conveying that you'll be happier and more alive when you focus on becoming more of yourself. But this statement can also be looked at in an opposite light, where incredibly bad things are possible when you dare to be you, when you dare to focus on yourself too much. i.e. pride and conceit can eat at you or destroy your reputation or face you with an incredibly unattainable image, presenting you with nothing but grief and a sense of failure.
With the original statement one meaning is intended but another counterproductive meaning can be unintentionally expressed by it.
I don't like the phrase "unintended consequence" because "consequence" most often denotes an undesired result of. I'm looking to communicate that the "consequential" result is actually the truthier meaning, or at the very least a second, unintended meaning, without it actually being a consequence, but more of a true meaning that has escaped via a fallacy.
Similar to a Freudian slip, minus it being an error or a mistake when spoken, and it's true meaning often obscured from the speaker.