Silent (non-verbal) messages communicated through the sender’s body movements, facial expressions, voice tone and loudness, etc. In social psychology, all behavior in presence of another person is considered communication. Also called kinesic communications. See also non verbal communication.
Nonverbal communication is a rapidly flowing back-and-forth process. You send one another signals with gestures, sighs, or eye contact. Successful nonverbal communication depends on emotional self-awareness and an understanding of the cues you’re sending, along with the ability to accurately pick up on the cues others are sending you. Ladies, in short, this means “don’t hold back.” This requires your full concentration and attention. If you’re planning what you’re going to say next, daydreaming, or thinking about something else, you are almost certain to miss nonverbal cues and other subtleties in the conversation, and you’ll probably blow the opportunity. Relax and go with the flow…..My advice, shoot from the hip. More often than not, the best romantic displays of affection come from moments where we lose our heads and throw the rules right up into the air. I’m all about taking risks. Life is far to short to wonder, “what if?” When you are with someone and you are both feeling a bit romantic, show him/her. Don’t wait, there’s no time like the present!
Body language is effective! Not only does it show you have a sense of adventure, it also shows that you can use your imagination. My grandmother used to say that if you could master the art of body language, you could have an entire conversation with someone without having ever had to open your mouth. The eyes have a way of often telling it all. Can you speak with your eyes? The body has a way of saying “I want you now!” It doesn’t matter where you are, if the mood strikes and you want to show them how you feel…..send them a signal. It’s contagious, fun, exhilarating, erotic, spontaneous and something he’ll be thinking about long afterwards. Why be ordinary when you can be extraordinary?
Doesn’t this just give “table talk” a whole new meaning?