When we know what we’re doing.
I listened to this while writing this post, try it while you read :o)
This is the fourteenth in a series of posts reflecting on our willingness to remember and the quality of that knowledge. These posts should be read in order of publication. Starting with number six, for example, would make no sense to the reader. Happy reading!
Concerning sensory perceptions. Obviously, as human beings, we base our signals mainly on our eyes. Strangely enough, we interpret a lot of what we see, but we have difficulty presenting to others what pleases or annoys us.
Personally, I am entirely a victim of this fact. I am very sensitive to non-verbal cues, but I am fully aware that these signals are largely unconscious. That is to say that what I see, I consider uncontrolled, but the same is true for me. It is difficult to send the signals that I like. A smile, an upright posture, the signals that unintentionally make us inclined to trust those around us.
If we are generally dissatisfied with the signals we receive, it is possible for us to develop the emission of these signals by practicing a posture, facial expression or gesture that will offer others what we are looking for in them.
In the previous post, I said that this mode was mainly a skill. Combined with knowledge of it, we can improve our interpretation of the signals that make it up and improve our own practice of it. These signals differ from one culture to another and having a basic knowledge of them or more helps us greatly in choosing the right signals to transmit.
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Translation by Abbie Sims: https://www.linkedin.com/in/acsims/
Last Updated on January 13, 2021 by Coach Danny