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Body Language and Attraction by Joanne Fallwater

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Body Language and Attraction by Joanne Fallwater

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Distribution of this EBook is encouraged. Please feel free to distribute
it in whichever way you see fit. All I ask is that you don’t sell it for
profit. This information should be freely available for all.
If you run a webpage of some sort, pl
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Best wishes in love and life, Joanne.
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Contents
1. Introduction
2. Ground Rules for Accurate Reading
3. What Do The Eyes Tell Us?
4. The Smile
5. What Hands Say About People
6. Arm Signals
7. Body Pointing
8. General Flirting and Attraction Gestures
9. Attraction Gestures – Men
10. Attraction Gestures – Women
11. Single?
12. Recap
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1. Introduction – Where does this all start?
Body language is defined as nonverbal, and mostly unconscious,
communication through use of gestures, postures, facial expressions,
and alike. To the trained eye, it can reveal the thoughts of any and
everyone, as well as their current emotional condition.
Various studies have indicated that communication made
between people in facetoface conversation, consists of a less
than 35% verbal component, and an 85% non verbal component.
Examples of this can be seen in every day life; a woman who is
conscious of having gained weight about her thighs will smooth he
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dress down, and a guy who is unhappy will sit down with his arms
folded, legs crossed, and a slight frown on his face.
Studies also indicate that women are much more perceptive than
men – Hate to break it to you guys,
but most of you just aren’t wired
that way.
The average woman has over 14 areas of her brain dedicated to
communication, whereas the average man will only have between 4
and 6. This doesn’t mean that guys have no hope of reading body
language accurately; it just means that most men will have to
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consciously try to read a person’s body language, whereas
most women will automatically do it subconsciously.
This EBook will help you explore and define the different actions,
postures, and gestures of a person who likes you and is seeking you
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attention. It is important to understand that as well as being able to
pinpoint whether a person is using gestures that indicate he or she
likes you, it is just as important to be able to spot those gestures that
indicate whether a person doesn’t like you – to help you gain a
balanced view of their true feelings.
2. Ground Rules for Accurate Body Language Reading
One of the most common mistakes a rookie body language reade
r
will make is to interpret individual gestures in isolation of other
gestures.
For example, when someone rubs their left hand on their right arm it
can indicate many things – negative feelings, sore arm, or maybe
they are just cold – it all depends on the other gestures they are using
at the time.
Another key factor is the circumstances under which certain gestures
are made. A classic example of this is ‘the woman in the short skirt’,
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who sits with her ankles crossed tightly in front of her. Ankle crossing
is usually associated with negativity and defense, however a woman
with a short skirt may cross her ankles for certain obvious, necessary
reasons – i.e. she may not be being negative, she may just be trying
to stop people seeing up her skirt.
Remember that practice makes perfect. Body language isn’t always
easy to read because there is often so much going on at one time
that it’s hard to keep track of it all. My suggestion is that you take 15
minutes each day and dedicate it to reading peoples’ body language.
This way in time, reading body language will become second nature.
3. What Do The Eyes Tell Us?
Often described as the windows to the soul, the eyes can give us
great insight into the true thoughts and feelings of a person in any
situation.
Dilating Pupils
When someone is feeling positive, when they like the company
they are keeping, and when they hear something that they
agree with, their pupils will dilate. When someone is feeling
negative, when they don’t like the company they are keeping,
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and when they hear something they disagree with, their pupils
will contract.
Dilating and contracting pupils are known as ‘microgestures’ –
they cannot be consciously controlled and often go unnoticed
by the untrained eye.
Although dilating pupils are often a signal that a person likes
you, it is important to read this gesture in context. As we all
know, changing light levels also affect how dilated or contracted
our pupils become, low light will result in dilated pupils, and
bright light will results in contracted pupils. Always look for this
microgesture and evaluate it against other gestures being used
by the particular individual.
‘Looking Up’
Used particularly by women, this gesture involves lowering the
head at the neck, and looking upwards at the other person. This
gesture makes people appear more childlike, and evokes a
parenting reaction in both men and women. If someone uses
this gesture on you, it is likely that they’d like you to perceive
them as ‘cute’ and vulnerable, i.e. in need of care.
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Eye Contact
Making lots of eye contact is a way to show interest or respect.
The more eye contact a person makes with you, the more that
person likes you. Studies also show that even if you aren’t
initiating the eye contact, the more you look into someone’s
eyes, the more romantic and enjoyable they will find your
company.
It is important to remember that making too much eye contact
early on in a relationship can sometimes make people feel
pressured and insecure. If you are trying to make a good
impression on someone, build up a slight rapport first, and
then gradually increase the amount of eye contact you give
them.
4. The Smile
Smiles are often big indicators of whether or not someone likes you.
The key thing most people (men in particular) don’t realize is that
there are different types of smile, and that each type of smile can
mean a completely different thing. Therefore when someone is
smiling at you, it isn’t always a signal to make your move and go talk
to them.
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Many people use fake smiles to make them appear approachable
and submissive. A fake smile can be spotted because it involves
only the jaw muscles working, whereas a true smile involves both the
j
aw muscles and the muscles around the eyes.
A true smile will often produce ‘crow’s feet’ around a person’s eyes,
and the person’s teeth are usually visible. A true smile is an indicato
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that a person likes you, however there are many types of smile that
we see from day to day – not all of them mean positive things.
The Tight Lipped Smile
A
tight lipped smile is spotted frequently in every day life. It is
exactly what it says on the tin – the lips are stretched across
the face forming a straight line, and the teeth are not visible.
The tight lipped smile is often used by someone who is hiding
something that they don’t want to share with you.
It is a favorite used by women w
ho don’t want to show that they
don’t like someone. Most men are completely oblivious to the
true meaning of this smile.
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