The science of body language🤝

‘Kinesics’. A person’s demeanour and their behaviours can tell you a lot about them and their personality. You do not have to know the person and you may have never spoken to them. Body language can be subtle or blatantly obvious and can reveal a lot about a person’s true feelings.

Positive body language: Politeness, handshaking, holding hands, hugs, smiling, positive greetings, waving ;

Portray feelings of happiness, wellness, genuiness, trust, warmth, compassion, openness, love, positivity, authenticity

Negative body language: Arms folded, eyes covered, lack of eye contact, frown, clenched fists, smirk, faced away, talking fast, poor stance, hands in pockets;

Portray feelings of stress, anger, lies, secrecy, arrogance, disappointment, rage, hostility, frustration, hate, boredom, impatience, nervousness

Crossed legs can indicate a variety of one’s intent, depending on the context; engagement in conversation, relaxed mood, unfamiliarity, dominance, not receptive to open communication.

The list goes on and there is a lot of research done on this🧍🔬

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The benefits of walking in nature🌿

Walking in nature is something everyone should do regularly as it has many benefits for your general health and wellbeing. I love walking in nature everyday, whether it is around the countryside, at the beach or in the woods. I love living in the countryside as there is lots of space, big open fields and no traffic, crowds or noise. Below I have listed some of the benefits of getting some fresh air. 🧚🏼

  • Increases mood and makes you happier
  • Reduces stress and anxiety
  • Good for the lungs and immune system
  • Increases self-awareness
  • Gets creative juices flowing
  • Calming effect
  • Strengthens heart muscle
  • Eliminates fatigue
  • Good for short-term memory
  • Helps reduce muscle tension and blood pressure

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