What is Body Language

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People prefer to talk among themselves. This can appear clearly and not so clearly. We speak, we write. We’re talking. However, without using words at all, we can communicate too. This non-verbal communication talks to our storey when words are used to convey information. This is possibly much more critical than transmitting the message. We communicate about contact! We communicate about communication!
If words don’t just do it

We must also explain how the contents of our message can be interpreted while we are communicating with an individual. The way we do it shows us how we have relationships with him or at least the way we think about him. Unable to do this, terms. It’s easier to demonstrate than to talk about our feelings. The meaning is the through language of our vocabulary. For non-verbal communication, this language (in the de Saussurian word) is used. We do use it. We don’t really know how to use it much of the time. It means something entirely different to touch a person during the conversation than not touching our conversation partner. Without the use of non-verbal words, the contact is just not possible – the only exception is written text.

Are we conscious of that?

The majority of the language of the body is transmitted unconsciously. However, the content of our message is affected extensively. We may infer from this that it would be a good idea to become aware of our lingo body – which is even more important.

We should learn to use our body language for one reason and understand other people’s body language. We must also be mindful that the body language is a cultural interpretation – its importance differs in various cultures. The meaning depends on the situation, the cultural context, our relationship with the individual and the gender of the other person. It means that in all areas of the globe there is no single signal from our body. This is and should be taken into consideration as a significant point. Our body’s language and our entire behavioural pattern are completely related to the spoken language. All this incorporates multiple signals to maximize the importance of what we communicate. Some social groups have designated a particular body language which is very overt because it is difficult to use words in a given situation. These are predominantly minority groups in societies where the racism of the dominant society has been great.

Issue of feelings

Body language is used to convey emotions in particular. If we like somebody, for example, sometimes it’s hard to tell the individual directly. It is simpler (intentionally or unintentionally) to describe our feelings through the language of the body. The contrary is true as well. We can say we’re angry with words, but our language of our body might say loudly, and clearly we’re NOT. For the message recipients, this can be very frustrating. Double messages – one message in words and one opposite message in body language are generally represented as the case. It’s also hard to lie or cover up the body’s emotions. By not being conscious of the body language, we will give away their true feelings. Research has shown that most people pay more attention to their impression of how a person functions by language than is conveyed by words and believe it easier. As a result, if the words are not the language of the body, we appear to doubt, or place a question mark on them.

Awareness about how we interact = critical

The terms we talk only declare a small part of how we meet an individual (according to research, less than 5 percent ). We know and (in a sense) regulate our body language. It is of critical importance. Our corporal language receiver may have a sensation that is sometimes hard to explain, talk, or prove something that is conveyed. It was, however. Many of us have certainly said to ourselves: ‘I don’t think he/she likes me’ or ‘I don’t think what has been said.’ It is called intuition and the language of the body plays a very important role because it sends signals on the other person that we can perceive intuitively. First of all, we must learn our own language. We can think about it so that both in others and in ourselves we can understand it.

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