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Posted by learntoreadbodylanguage on September 24, 2008
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Posted by learntoreadbodylanguage on March 12, 2008
Women commonly display to men via sexual cues. These serve to entice men to approach them. Some of the cues to signal female interest include: the parade, echoing and mirroring, room encompassing glance, pointing, leg crossing, the pointing knee, pigeon toes, neck touching, head tilt, shoulder shrugs, rotation of the pelvis, showing wrist, skirt hike, laughing and smiling, the tap, forehead bow, eye contact, touching, childlike playfulness and proximity.
Posted by learntoreadbodylanguage on March 2, 2008
General – How to read body language tip 2
This tip is not about particular body part, it is about How To Read the signals that are being given off and how to interpret them.
As stated on the BBC site “Most body language experts favour the Rule of Four, which means look for at least four signals suggesting the same thing before totally believing it.”
This is a good rule of thumb because the same sign can mean different things depending on the situation. For example if someone is pointing with their finger, it could mean they are pointing to an object. Or this could mean they are doing it in anger. So if you look for more signs to go with the same emotion you will be able to come to a more accurate conclusion. If they are also frowning with their eyebrows, their jaw is shut tight and their stance is a bold one then we can more or less assume this person is angry.
So remember the four signal rule when reading body language. It will give you a much more accurate assement of the situation.
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Posted by learntoreadbodylanguage on February 28, 2008
Eyes – How to read body langauge tip 1
The eyes offer big clues when we are reading someones body language. If the pupils of their eyes are dilated then this indicates that the person is interested in what you are saying.
Lets say you are talking to someone and they are gazing downwards they are expressing shame.
If someone maintains good eye contact with you when involved in a conversation then they are engaged in the subject. If however you feel like they are staring for to long this could mean that they are faking, and trying to appear interested when infact they are not.
When questioning someone to find out truth and the person fails to make eye contact, or has lack of eye contact then this person is probably lying. Usually this is combined with quicker breathing.
Now the next time you are involved in conversation with someone, just observe and notice their eye movements and pupil size. There is alot more that the eyes can tell us and I shall be updating this tip in the future so be sure to check back, and as always please conatct me with any tips you may have to share.
Posted by learntoreadbodylanguage on February 26, 2008
Over the next few days and on going weeks I will be adding some tips on how to read different parts of the body. I will try and create another section for this within the blog so that all the tips will end up in the same place. (I am new to wordpress so bare with me.)
Share you Body Language signs and tells with us.
Please feel free to donate any knowledge you may have, it maybe in the form of a link to a useful site or tips you know. I will then structure it into the blog so we can collectively gather some good resources and tips between us over time.
I do have another site which I started on a different blog platform but will be keeping this to interesting stories related to How To Read Body Language. You canfind it using the link below. I will also create a seperate catergory for this in the near future so all links will be kept together.
Posted by learntoreadbodylanguage on February 25, 2008
Welcome to my blog about How To Read Body Language.
This is my first post and please be sure to check back regularly for updates and articles about interesting posts, links and websites about How To Read Body Language.
Throughout this blog I am to provide some great information which is free and of use to my readers that will help you develope skills and progress your own knowledge about this subject.
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