In social situations, he often found himself paralyzed, imagining worst-case scenarios about what would happen if he made the wrong move or said the wrong thing.So he learned to read people to discern what they wanted from him. It’s hard to meet a master of body language (or, to quote Eastman, “nonverbal communication”) and not worry about what you’re doing with your hands, how solid your eye contact is, and whether he’s reading your mind. For eight months, Eastman has been teaching singles on the dating scene to read minds, too, and to use their bodies to send clear signals. ” by playing with the buttons on his shirt, looking at his lips, or softening the tone of your voice just so.For example, you can send the message, “If you touch me, I will gag,” by slowly moving away each time your date invades your personal space. Those moves might sound primitive, but on a first or second date, it’s difficult to say exactly what you’re thinking. Eastman’s theory is that if you’re not fluent in body language, you’re likely to give your date the wrong idea, to inadvertently act uninterested when you’re interested or vice versa, to be left mystified by someone’s vanishing act, even though he was telling you the whole time—wordlessly, of course—that he couldn’t wait to get away.
Learning how to read female body language of attraction and facial expressions will help you save a lot of energy and time when meeting any woman.
•Bridge the gap between casual fling and long-term thing.
Harvard Business School professor Amy Cuddy saw her now husband for the first time on Facebook.
“I promise you,” says Eastman, who has a blue-eyed baby face but speaks with the quick cadence of an Aaron Sorkin character, “in about a year and a half, my name will be synonymous with body language.” , told the story of the years he spent with professional pickup artists learning how to seduce women.
Much of Strauss’ strategy entailed nonverbally conveying self-confidence.
Reading the female body language can be complex or simple but the real trick is to recognize clusters and progressions.