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Distilling decades of research, the book deciphers these unspoken signals. One wrong move can undercut your message. Believe it or not, our bodies speak louder than our words. A smile, for example, is usually considered welcoming. But crook one corner of your mouth higher and you project superiority, subconsciously chasing other people away. Without Saying a Word explains how even the subtlest motions have meaning. Distilling decades of research, the book deciphers these unspoken signals: from facial expressions and fleeting micro expressions to positive and negative body language.
Free Access Expires in Without Saying a Word explains how even the subtlest motions have meaning. Distilling decades of research, the book deciphers these unspoken signals. One wrong move can undercut your message. Believe it or not, our bodies speak louder than our words.
A smile, for example, is usually considered welcoming.
But crook one corner of your mouth higher and you project superiority, subconsciously chasing other people away. Distilling decades of research, the book deciphers these unspoken signals: Clothes, emblems and jewellery are totally under the control of the bearer, physique, hair and skin only partly. Clothing In all societies the clothes are information medium about personality, status and group membership.
Personality criteria will be signalized through the style of clothes, for example the amount of jewellery and the colours of clothes. Emblems and jewellery Emblems are only additions to what your clothes are actually saying. Jewellery shall enlarge the beauty of the person concerned but also wealth and sexual attraction. Hairstyle Each hairstyle gets its own social meaning, for example men with long hair has been seen in some times as masculine but in others as feminine.
Face and skin In primitive societies, for example some Australian tribes, the face is often decorated through deep scars.
You can also embellish the face with tattoos or paintings. It can be damaged as well, like piercing the ears or the nose.
This trend can even be found by men. Looking at the eyes is more common than the other parts of the face.
Physique You can divide the description of physique into three dimensions: 1. Thin and bony 2.
Fat 3. Muscular Thin and bony people can be seen as calm and keen; the fat as warm hearted, enjoyable and dependent; the muscular as audacious and self-confident. Different party of the body are defined as more beautiful when they are bigger, smaller or in a special form. Importance of nonverbal communication For a successful treatment within the society it is necessary that you are able to use body language and to understand the non verbal cues of others.
There are several reasons why the nonverbal communication is a very important part of conversation.
Furthermore, we still pay attention to the attractiveness and dress and even the undivided attention of our opposite. Some politicians are using certain cues to underscore their appearance, for example the symbol of their party or the national flag in the background.
Instead, he would use nonverbal actions like glancing at her, being very kind, always try to be close to her and waiting for a nonverbal answer from her to be sure if she feels the same way.
But there will always be a bigger belief in nonverbal behaviours than in what is being said. We will go into this topic deeper in chapter VIII.
Most importantly, where is the drive to find the source of the pain and resolve it once and for all? To function as it is designed, most of modern day life requires technology. In less than a generation technology has gone from an erratic and undependable but helpful accessory to the organizer, controller and analyzer of most things we do.
More and more Technology seems to be shaping our behavior whether or not we are conscious of it. Often we just adjust to its increasing power and function without even questioning the consequences. In the process many of us act more and more as if we have forgotten the essence of what makes us human.
That is to consciously feel. Becoming more conscious of and working with your body language can add new and exciting dimensions to your professional as well as personal life. You can practice improving your sales, service, leadership and teamwork skills.
You can use it to relax and better enjoy some quality time with friends and family. Your health will increase and stress levels decrease while learning more about how you and others function. By daring to go off-line to observe, sense and trust your intuition, all this information about you and everyone around you is available and waiting.
Does this mean that someone else can also see and sense all this in you too? Since cracking this code myself, I am just amazed how few people get the power and utility that is available using simple soft skills to gather information, make better decisions, plus create more profitable and enjoyable relationships.
More importantly, it will also give you both tools and insight into discovering and handling what other people are doing to manipulate your thoughts, beliefs and behavior. Yet, this will do very little good unless you understand the grounding principle of personal sovereignty. That it comes from within. Begin using the skills offered herein to open up your inner core to experience and trust your own self-worth and knowledge.