In today’s world, people are increasingly taking to social media to share their experiences of social interactions.
There is also growing interest in understanding body language through body language training.
In this article, we will explore some of the body language skills that we all need to master to better understand the body and communicate with others.
What are some common body language cues?
The most common body communication cues are body language that is neutral or not threatening.
When we are speaking, our body language can tell us whether or not we are saying anything.
Our facial expressions are also a good indicator of our intent, so we can predict what others might be thinking about us.
Sometimes our body is relaxed, like we are just enjoying a moment, and sometimes it is tense, like you are holding on to something or you are afraid to let go.
When your body language is tense or neutral, it can be distracting.
The body language of someone who is in the middle of a conversation can be a distraction to the conversation.
The most basic body language indicators are: breathing (huffing, puffing, exhaling, etc.)