الموضوع: body ******** part 2
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body ******** part 2


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Here you go the body ******** part 2
and it's talking about the arms, torso and the legs activity





Arm and Torso Movements


The third important factor in reading human body ******** is monitoring arm and torso movements.
Simple rule to remember is:
“Closed-off posture usually means close-minded attitude and
open posture means exactly what the name eludes, open or willing attitude.
” I know you are thinking, “Okay, Miss. Genius now that you have told me the obvious what does that mean?”

Closed-Off Posture
Shoulders hunched forward – lacking interest or feeling
inferior
• Rigid Body Posture – anxious, uptight
• Crossed arms – can be just cold or protecting the body
from your discussion
• Tapping Fingers – agitated, anxious, bored
• Fidgeting with hands or objects (i.e., pen) – bored or
has something to say

When these signs appear, don’t take judgment on yourself or them it’s simply time to take a break and see what that person is thinking.


Open Posture
• Leaning forward – interested
• Fingers Interlocked placed behind the head leaving
elbows open and armpits exposed – very open to ideas,
comfortable
• Mirroring you – likes you and wants to be friendly
• Still – more interested in what you are saying than
anything

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Leg Activity



The fourth factor to observe is leg activity.
Again this is another area, which is relatively easy to observe once you know what to monitor.
Usually negative behavior is observed through fidgety leg movements and uneasiness.
There is no direct correlation between crossed and uncrossed legs.
However, if you notice a person has their legs crossed and one of them is bouncing on the other it probably is anxiety.

Leg activity needs to be observed simultaneously with arm position.
If you notice a person is bouncing their legs and their arms are crossed over or their torso is slumped over,
the person most likely is closed-off.


body ******** part 2

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