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Note things like the fact that we only saw one of the several different memories that Snape took out of his mind when teaching Harry occlumency.
In fact the whole thing of legilimency and occlumency is based on mental invasion (maybe Harry's poor performance at occlumency lessons is due to his power of the ability to love … I'm not saying he was being loving of Snape LOL, but just that maybe the "ability to love" entails a certain openness that makes occlumency difficult … in other words I am saying it is the ability to love that his mother gave him that makes it this way, not that he always uses that ability, let alone maximizes it).