She Wants To Dance

If she is dancing in her chair, she will probably dance with just about anyone who asks her. If she has a smile and looks to be enjoying the music or is smiling and looking to the dance floor, take a chance and ask her to dance. Another appeal to take motion is when someone has their hands on the front of their thighs near their knees in a sprinter position. This indicates that the person is ready to leave. If the dialogue that accompanies the gesture is about changing locations, then you should feel confident that she intends to do so. However, if her arms and legs are crossed, she is probably fairly

We must also be careful of signals that are evolving during the development of a new relationship. A woman might initially be interested in a man and give off positive cues of attraction, but once communication is established, she could change her mind and so change her postures. The impressions we make on people are continuously changing and so is the body language that people are emitting. Therefore, we must be constantly measuring interest and disinterest. We also must watch for mixed signals. Remember that body language is a representation of the unconscious and very often we deal with limited and incomplete information. I doubt that anyone would show attraction to anyone else if their full set of flaws were showing all at once and initially. Therefore, no signals of seduction by a woman will ever be foolproof and accurate as a representation of her complete impression of someone since the impression itself is incomplete. Impressions are fleeting and ever-changing, especially at the initial stages of a relationship. However, since body language occurs naturally and instantly, we can gauge and watch the evolution of people's perception of us over time.

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There are four signs of interest in this photograph. Julie has her neck exposed, she is displaying her wrist, she is making eye contact and isn't showing any closed body positions._

Just as we need to be mindful of positive cues, we also need to watch for negative cues. Keep an eye out for what scientists call de-courting skills, where the overall attentiveness of a person falls over time. The rapport between two people can change over the course of just a few minutes.

When it finally comes time to speak, it is essential to once again ramp up our mindfulness of what is going on non-verbally since things might change dramatically. Priority should always be given to subconscious body language over conscious words. For example, a woman who otherwise gives off positive cues and jokingly pushes you off saying, "get away," is probably just teasing you and really does want you to continue to pursue. A woman's true intensions are never quite clear, but body language can help uncover what is hidden to others and sometimes even to her. Humans operate on so many different levels and are very complicated. There is normally always conflict going on in our minds so we need to expect there to be conflict in the language we use.

A woman could be subconsciously struggling with interest and at the same time be in a committed relationship. Thus, she might give off some positive cues but be otherwise holding back on others. Conversely, she might have just come off a serious relationship and be thinking of the hurt she just experienced or she might be concerned with giving off too many signals and coming off too strong. All these factors will serve as confusion that will leak from the body. In other situations, women may find themselves drawn inexplicably to someone who they would normally find repulsive. Intellectually, there may exist many reasons to reject someone, however, subconsciously her mind might find something appealing. It is this struggle that makes for a great mix of signals and cues which makes

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