Since we’re in a constant bath of loud stimuli, body language goes unnoticed most of the time.
But there’s a secret switch deep inside your limbic system that you can consciously turn open, this way:
Think of body language as if it were a communication channel.
Let’s imagine that words are a bright blue channel that originates in the mouth of people.
Body language is a bright red that originates from the chest.
Every time someone speaks, you can ‘see’ the blue channel oscillating like a frequency analyzer.
Of course, if the person goes silent, the blue line goes dormant too.
But what could happen with the red channel?
Yes; it’s always sending signals. Even if the person doesn’t move, their posture is giving away some of their emotions.
That’s the mind-switch to remind yourself that your limbic system is perpetually catching those signals, translating them to ‘intuition’, and sending them to your consciousness.
They often get mixed in everyday noise; but if you remember the existence of that red channel, you’ll flick the switch on again.
Note: It’s normal that at first, you’ll have to ‘turn it on’ several times through the day.
Give it a couple or two weeks and it will remain ‘always on’ without you noticing.
Of course, you’ll be busy catching all those body language signals.
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Jesús Enrique Rosas
The Body Language Guy