Body language and its importance


Body language and its importance


Body language and its importance


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There are many types of people around us. Some speak their speech out loud, while some people say a lot in gestures πŸ‘ŒπŸ‘. There is a lot going on in our mind, but we are not able to say everything in words.

Sometimes our body language tells a lot. Not everyone understands this easily. Few people are tested for the thoughtsπŸ’­πŸ’­, thinking and intentions within the human being. Such people do not make much mistakes in understanding human mindset. You can say that people like to read them very well like booksπŸ““πŸ“’.



                                Body language and its importance



Our body language is made by combining our gesture and body posture. Our way of getting up and sitting, hands and feet and πŸ‘€ eye movements are called body language.

Body language of all human beings is different. πŸ’πŸ’No matter how cute and sweet a person may do things, no matter how good that person's behavior is, if there is a flaw in his body language, it has a negative effect on the front. And if his body language is perfect, then theπŸ’ heart of the person can also be won. In such a situation, it is important that what we are thinking, what we are saying, what we say is necessary to be in harmony with our body language i.e. body language.


πŸ˜ŠπŸ˜žπŸ‘Understanding body language is also art

Body language is a language in itself. What is this language, how can it be read,Let's discuss.....

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πŸ‘€ Our eyes πŸ‘€


Body language and its importance


Eyes are like windows to our soul. 

Here are some tips which explains the movement of the eyes -

Eye movements-


πŸ‘‰ A person's eyes πŸ’ become more active when they are very excited and especially in the situation when they are solving a problem.

πŸ‘‰ An increase in your eye brows is a sign that a person is not scaring anyone, but is showing 😊happiness😊. When you show someone your eyebrows, they often smile.😊

πŸ‘‰ When someone refrains from making eye contact, it may mean that they are feeling insecure, experiencing their feelings or they are lying.

πŸ‘‰Whenever people talk something interesting and interesting to each other, they keep their eyes focused on the other person's face for about 80% of the time. 

πŸ‘‰A narrowing of the eyes, that is, shrinking can express fear, guilt.


                        Body language and its importance


πŸ‘‰ Avoiding eye contact is related to fear of rejection.

πŸ‘‰Such a person who is cheating on you, he will definitely steal eyes from you. 

πŸ‘‰ When we talk with our eyes together, it does not mean that we started staring into the eyes of those in front. Talk for seven to eight seconds at a time in order of conversation. Then blink the eyelid, then repeat it again and again.


Body language and its importance



                                             Our hands movement

There are more connections between our brain and hands πŸ‘ than in any other parts of the body. Some people believe that when they meet someone, how their hands behave or how they shake hands.

When someone shakes their hand, if their hand is at the top, they are trying to dominate and conversely, if the hand is lighter on the chin, then it shows interest and honesty.

 πŸ’Rubbing the hand around the neck is a sign of dishonesty.

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There is a person in front of you, whose hand is hanging lifeless and loose from his shoulder and whose fingers are open, such people do not have decision power and they are in uncertain state.

Trusting such people is not free from danger.


Body language and its importance



Handshake

You can tell a lot about someone's character by how they shake your hand. πŸ‘πŸ‘Confident people have strong faith, while shy people shake hands slowly.

πŸ‘‰ Major handshakes

Turn your hand so that your palm is facing down in the handshake. So that the front will feel comfortable.


πŸ‘‰ Submissive handshake

This is unlike major handshakes, in which the person feels uncomfortable with the front. Therefore, he keeps the position of the hand slightly down.

πŸ‘‰ Equal handshake

 This is a handshake with both palms in a vertical position. It creates a feeling of quality.


Body language and its importance



πŸ‘‰ Double shake 

This is like a mini hug, so you need to give a double shake to the person when the hug is acceptable.

The purpose of a double-handed handshake is to show a sense of honesty, trust, or depth to the receiver. Two important elements should be noted.
 

Body language and its importance



πŸ‘‰ Glove Handshake

The gloved handshake is sometimes called a politician's handshake. In this gesture, the initiator covers the front hand with both his palms. 

The beginner tries to give the receiver the impression that he is trustworthy and honest, but when this technique is used on the person he has just met, it has the opposite effect. 

The receiver feels suspicious and cautious about the intentions of the initiator. Glove Handshake should only be used with people the initiator knows well.


Shoulder grip


       Body language and its importance


The purpose of doing this is to get very close to the receiver, and this may involve actual body contact. It should only be used among those who experience a close emotional bond at the time of handshake.



Arm crossing


Body language and its importance


Shows a negative or defensive meaning. When you're in public meetings, in elevators, or in offices, among strangers. You can see this anywhere, people feel uncertain or insecure.

πŸ‘‰ One of the most powerful body language signals is a person tying both his arms near the chest. This gives a clear indication that the person is inadvertently creating a barrier or wall between himself and the people around him. It can also mean that the person's arms are getting cold. This situation becomes even more obvious if the person rubs the arms. 

πŸ‘‰ When the whole situation is peaceful, it may mean that the person is thinking deeply about what is being discussed.


There are many types of people in the world. Some people keep their point very clearly, while some people say a lot in gestures.


Body language and its importance


You may also feel that a lot goes on in your mind, but you will not be able to say everything in words. We sometimes tell him a lot about our body language

This is not easily understood by every human being. Sometimes only a few people are tested for the thoughts, thinking and intentions within the person in front.

Such body language experts do not make much mistakes in understanding human mindset. In the end, you can say that, like books, it is well read by humans.


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Body language is more evident than tongue


Body language and its importance


Every one of us uses some form of expression to express our feelings or thoughts. It is not necessary that only words spoken in tongues should be used to communicate.

Sometimes body language is more clear and powerful than tongue. Many times the speaker uses a variety of gestures with his words. It helps the speaker speak what is spoken in a positive or negative way. 

Sometimes we leave the sentence incomplete and complete it through gestures or body language, because sometimes it is inconvenient to say certain things.



Body language and its importance



Many times, we also give a special meaning to a simple sentence or word spoken through the tongue. Therefore, physical expressions such as facial expressionsπŸ˜ŠπŸ˜ŒπŸ˜‚πŸ˜…πŸ˜ŸπŸ˜±, hand gestures πŸ‘‰πŸ‘ˆπŸ‘‡πŸ‘†✌✋✊, way of seeing or physical posture, etc. have a very important place in communication. Remember that many times we just say a lot by smiling, showing fingers, pointing with hands. 

Researchers working on communication science believe that if we add the right body language to what we say, then we can succeed in communicating its meaning more accurately.

 πŸ’ Making faces (lack of endurance or impatient) 

πŸ’ Playing with fingers on the table (restlessness) 

πŸ’ Fist clenching and trembling (anger )

πŸ’Thumbs up (Success)

πŸ’ Thumb dropped (Loss) 

πŸ’Fist closing (Fear) 

πŸ’Eye twitching (bored) 

πŸ’ Pointing towards one direction with hand (Go To say)

πŸ’ fast clap (acceptance) 

πŸ’clap slowly (reject, dislike)

Body language and its importance



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