Body language, or “body language,” is a means of communication in which people understand you or others without saying anything.
According to an article published on the website MindTools. Experts believe that the most important role in this is played by facial expressions. Such as widening of the cheeks in happiness, narrowing of the eyes, bowing of the head in a state of sadness, lines emerging on the face, tilting the head slightly to one side while thinking, etc.
These are things that, as soon as you see a person. You can immediately guess what kind of situation he is in and what he wants to say. And from his guess, you can think about the answer.
Body language is also called the truest language in the world. Because what a person feels is expressed by his body, which can be understood by the viewer. Similarly, it is also considered a universal language, but the body gestures can be different to express different conditions.
The science of body language
Mehrabin’s communication model states that when a message passes from one person to another, only seven percent of it is verbal, while 93 percent consists of words that do not require speaking.
However, the question is, what percentage of messages that are not visible to each other are in the form of words, and what percentage are on things that do not require speaking? Perhaps someone thought of emojis while thinking about the same question.
History of body language
It is believed that body language started working as soon as man came into the world. But the Romans and ancient Greeks are said to have taken it as a language and started to understand and explain with signs. What did
Such passages are also found in the memoirs of Aristotle and some other philosophers.
The Romans were the first to realise that much more can be known and understood than the words that come out of the mouth and the gestures that the body makes.
How to understand body language?
This means that you also understand the meaning of the words that are not speak, which can include emotions, questions, reactions, etc. However, many good things can be miss if this language is not understand.
Negative body language
If someone is expressing one or more of these signals, it can be call “negative body language.”
If a person is standing with both hands on the chest during a conversation. There is little or no expression on the face. Not facing you, avoiding eye contact, and looking away. If one is engrossed in a mobile phone or something held in the hand, then this situation is called negative body language by experts.
It means that he is not interest in you; he is unhappy or bore.
Biting nails with your teeth is consider a sign of stress. Similarly, sitting with the ankles on top of each other indicates anxiety. Similarly, rapid blinking indicates anxiety or uncertainty.
Impatience or boredom is evident by placing both hands together, placing them on the table, and tapping the fingers on something held in the hand.
Similarly, changing sides and walking up and down also show restlessness.
Positive body language
The most important factors in this are confidence, interest, and happiness, which means that the person you are talking to is not bore at the moment.
This includes being polite, shaking hands warmly, making eye contact, avoiding touching your face, and keeping a smile.
Positive body language is very important for people whose work involves public dealings, such as sales, hotel work, etc., and it is also most useful for those who want to spread the message as much as possible, such as teachers and leaders.
According to experts, it is talk about with the head raise. Hand shaking is appropriate for your words, but avoid shaking it so much that people focus on your hands instead of your face.