I'm an ... "Accidental Body Language Expert"
Uh, explain that one, please?
In 2017, I began noticing a strange “pattern” around people. My entire life I have been seeing shapes around people, but cookie cutter to them and unique.
One night, I saw a square ::literally:: walk into a bar.
And then another square a few nights later … and another … turns out those squares were connected!!
I was being stalked without knowing it, and was able to accurately assess it within 14 seconds of having the visual (see surveillance footage).
I then worked with a Human Lie Detector and discovered I’m not only a genius, but I’m also autistic and have a condition called synesthesia.
I see energy fields around people, and hear vibrational tones.
What a beautiful and happy outcome!! w00t!
I had no idea my "X" factor was a neurological disorder, but I'm on a mission to find out "Y" and "WHAT" I can do with it!
Shrugging is usually a gesture that is used to express indifference or uncertainty. It is usually done by raising both shoulders up to the ears and then releasing them. Shrugging can also be accompanied by a verbal response, such as “I don’t know,” to indicate that the person does not have an answer to the question asked.
Body language experts know how to read and interpret body language, which is the nonverbal communication that we use to express our feelings and thoughts. This type of communication is often more revealing than words themselves, and experts can use it to help people better understand one another, as
Body language can tell you a lot about a couple. It can tell you who is more dominant, who is more attracted, and if the couple is happy or sad together. Knowing how to read the nonverbal cues gives you insights into the couple’s secret connection.
I was downloading the syllabus and required materials when I got a text from my gf (who had just read the post).
Human Lie Detector … “meet” the Bull$hit Detector.
She called … a rare occurrence that prompted attention.
Smirk vs Smile: What’s the Difference?
There is a difference between a smirk and a smile. A smirk can have different meanings depending on the person, but it is often used as a sign of sarcasm or superiority.
Smiles can also mean different things, but a genuine smile is a sign of happiness.
When someone smiles at you, they either like you or want you to think that they like you. Smirking does not mean that someone likes you.
How To Tell if Someone Hates You by Body Language
There are a number of ways someone can express their feelings toward you without opening their mouth. If you know what to look for, the signs they send through body language and posture will confirm how they feel about you.
Keep reading to learn the
In this article, we will talk about how these body language gestures influence your ability to intimidate others, why people feel intimidated, and how to tell if someone is being intimidated.
8 Ways To Intimidate Someone with Body Language
Let’s look at some proven ways to intimate other people with
Excessive blinking can be a sign of several things. Stress, medical conditions, and tiredness are the leading causes.
Blinking is controlled by muscles that open and close the eyelid to spread tears across the eye. This lubricates the eye and washes away dirt and germs. The average person blinks abo
Have you ever wanted to know how to seduce a man with body language? .
It seems complicated when you see it in movies, but when you know what you’re doing, it’s pretty easy. That’s why I’m going to show this simple trick on how to seduce a man with body language in six easy steps.
Talk Nerdy To Me™ … (this is a post about body language and working with a human lie detector) A few days ago, I completed the final assessment before I go into military-grade training on reading body language (specifically non-verbal leaks). And GOOD NEWS!! I was approved for recommendation in the room!!! Here’s what it all means. Maestro … For the last handful of months, I have been prepping to go into formal training for reading body language. I discovered through a series of events that I literally see things differently. I see “fingerprints” in terms of shapes of people, and when something is “off” I see the person in black and white (while everyone else is in color). I didn’t have the vocabulary to understand what I was seeing and having never been asked how I know what I know – it didn’t occur to me that what I had was a gift. It also didn’t occur to me at any point in 36 years to MENTION it to anyone, because I saw what I saw and since it’s been this way my entire life, I had no idea it was different from what other people see. look at this video & scroll to 1:47 seconds It only took me 14 seconds to have visual, assess the situation and not only take action … but I was accurate. look at my hand smack against the wall at 2:21 seconds That’s not a casual, “I think I’m seeing what I’m seeing …” it’s an “i know what i’m seeing and you best be gone boy.” This discovery wasn’t either “the chick or the egg,” that led to the invitation to training; I was already on that path. The timing just happened to coincide. “I’d love to be in the training program,” started every meeting in the last three months with the Dr. (aka Human Lie Detector). “Why do you want to go into training?” He asked. “Valid question,” I said, “but I don’t have an answer. Six months ago, I didn’t even know who you were or that any of this ‘was a thing!!’” I didn’t say it was the coolest thing I have ever heard – although it is. What I did say was, “If the last few years proved anything to me, it is that I am EXACTLY the person that I thought I was. I step up, I speak up, and I had no idea I was capable of the things I am capable of. I not only organized the community in my building when we needed it the most during my friend’s murder, but I also placed call after call when my other friend’s body was found. I don’t fully believe that EVERYTHING happens for a reason, but those were two big defining moments in my life and I earned a lot of respect for it, but mostly for myself.” I then went into the process. I go into this laser focus; it’s like time slows
5 Clear Signs of Separation Anxiety in a Relationship: Relationships are all about give-and-take.
You can’t be a perfect partner, but you must at least show some effort to make your significant other feel loved and appreciated. If you’ve been neglecting this part of your relationship lately, then y
What Does It Mean When Someone Copies Your Body Language?
Do you ever notice someone copying your body language? You may have wondered what that means. Well, it could mean lots of things, depending on the context, their role in your life, their gender, and their motivation.
6 Common Reasons Someone
5 Top Body Language Tells That a Shy Guy Likes You
There are many body language signs shy guys might display.
However, many shy guys will use the same top five body language tells.
Makes himself look small
Mirrors your movements
Looks around for you
Preens when you are around
Before I explain the military-grade training course (specifically on crisis management) I am going into, I wanted to acknowledge those who helped in the process.
One of those people who helped hugely was a television and film actor currently at an all-time ratings high (on TV).
You know him, and most likely have paid for one of his movies or shows.
How do you quantify perception?
I’m not sure, but historically, I’ve been rewarded with few questions asked.
People just say “that’s just Jen; this is what she does.”
In this experience, I discovered I’m gifted.
In this [Talk Nerdy To Me] series, we’ll examine some of the most obscure or popular subreddits.
I’ve spent the last (almost) month since the first post talking to every applicable type of expert and “authority figure” imaginable. I forgot in the process that I am my own authority figure. This is my truth. And I’m going to continue to tell it. Loudly. Here’s the song I’m listening to while writing this … maestro … Thank you to everyone for the continued support. It’s physically strengthening my voice to police and police-like officials. This is part two of a series of posts. Click here to read part one. I walked into the police station borderline hysterical in physical fear of my every ounce and being. … and if you’ve ever seen me cry before, I don’t do the “pretty person cry” … I’m a baby sea lion at best, a potential missing link at my worst. I said to the officer “I’m being stalked, but it’s by a group of people – not just one single person.” The officer looked down, and said, “so people are out to get you?” Picking up the paranoia title that was just placed in front of me, I said, “no. It’s one, or maybe multiple people running the operation. It’s a group of people. They’re a series of proxies that just show up EVERYWHERE I go.” “How do you know they are there for you?” “Body language,” I admitted. “I recognize it well – it’s a skill.” I was calming down at that point switching from hysteria to pride that I even recognized “it.” Remember, the “it” is still in question. “I have a license plate of one of the people,” I admitted as I told him the pattern I spotted. “He then took me mildly seriously as he looked up the plate.” Remember in the last post my father said to make note of what I was seeing? I took that literally. “What information do you want me to give you? It wouldn’t be abnormal for this person to be in that area.” I then thanked him for his time, as I quickly, and unfortunately realized there was nothing the police could do. My experience at the police station was almost identical to this man’s story starting at eight minutes in. <tangent> This is what’s interesting about having the life experience of not only being stalked but also surviving taking a brick to my head. When I got hit in the head, not only was I helped by countless bystanders but taken to the hospital where I received treatment. (Still eternally grateful to you all Shane Powers, Jenn Hoffman, and Julie Reynard.) While there, I was never once asked by the police “why I was hit in the head with the brick.” They could visibly see I had a gash in my skull. I then received four staples to my head, watched a man get sentenced to 19 years in jail, got a ride home from the DA, and now annually have to write a letter to keep him where