Body language - Do you analyze your opponents state of mind using it?

@srganesh (6349)
India
June 16, 2010 5:57am CST
Well, we all use body language while communicating or even when remaining silent. Our gestures and poses say something about our present state of mind. In other words, we try to mean something by our gestures and poses. Are you aware of it and do you like to judge your opponent by it?
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@durgabala (1362)
• India
16 Jun 10
Yes I always do. I kind of judge the person's character.
@srganesh (6349)
• India
16 Jun 10
That is nice, durga! Where did you learn it? By books or by experience? Do you imply it in your day to day movements with people or only in special events like a family meeting to take an important decision? Do you like to play games by misleading people with false body language?
@durgabala (1362)
• India
17 Jun 10
Well I do not how I learnt it, but it came naturally in me. First I did not understand, I used to feel uncomfortable with people. I thought I was wrong. But slowly started analyzing and talked to my friends about it. From their experiences and reactions I started to know that I have a unique quality of judging people. I do not use false body language, but I have used my judgement in interviews and meeting new people. Most of the time my judgement is true.
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@srganesh (6349)
• India
17 Jun 10
That is really great durga! You learned body language by yourself from your own experience and from your friend's discussions. Then you could handle a lot of people from your family or outside with ease. Can you tell here an example of your success story, how you handled a tough person with your knowledge?
• United States
16 Jun 10
I don't use body language I just listen to what was said and how it was said. If my friend is having a bad day, I can tell it before they tell me. But it isn't about their body language, it is a feeling I get.
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@srganesh (6349)
• India
17 Jun 10
We can learn about our friends quite easily with the way they speak to us. We are used to their tone and any change in it can be observed without fail. But body language can be used to study any stranger. And that will guide you to judge their real intentions.
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• United States
17 Jun 10
No. I will never use it. If you are a stranger to me, it is up to you to tell me what you want from me, as plainly and truthfully as you can.
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@srganesh (6349)
• India
21 Jun 10
So, according to you, body language has no use at all. You listen carefully to the words of the known people ( friends and relatives) and strangers has to open their mind and you are least bothered about the gestures. Right! But still, you shall seek the guidance of body language to know the real intention of the strangers. In this modern world, people are ready top scam all around and we have to be more careful.
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