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 The Secret Body Language

 

Contents

Introduction

What is the outstanding attributes?

Secret 1.

Hair
The Man's hairdress
The Female hairdress

Secret 2.

Structure of a body
the First group
the Second group

Secret 3.

The form of the face
Three parts of the face
Types of the face

Secret 4.

Eyes
The size of eyes
Features of a look
Focussing of a look
Color of eyes
Distance between eyes and their planting
The form of eyes

Secret 5.

Eyebrowes
Width
Length
Position
The Form

Secret 6.

Forehead

Secret 7.

Nose

Secret 8.

Mouth and lips

Secret 9.

Chin and a jaws

Secret 10.

Ears
Position and press to a head
Acoustical pass and an auricle
Color
Lobe of the ear

Secret 11.

The form of hands
Types of hands
Features of fingers and joints
Definition of character on nails

Secret 12.

Gestures
Basic positions of brushes of hands and their meaning
Handshake

Secret 13.

Gait

Secret 14.

Speech
Skill to listen
Speech characteristics

Secret 15.

Clothes
Traditional style
Prestigious style
Original style
Fashionable style

Secret 16.

Ornaments on a hand
The big finger
The index finger
The middle finger
The ring finger
The little Finger

Secret 17.

Handwriting
The size of fields
Distance between words and lines
The size of letters
Features of handwriting
The orientation of a line
The "Red" line and fields on the right
Rounded and angular letters
Hooks and small knots
Strokes
Loops
Secrets of a capital letter "I"
Secrets of the signature

Secret 18.

Figures on fields
The spatial disposition of scrawl 
Symbolics of separate lines
Images

Secret 19.

 Four types of temperament, a matrimony and sex
Type And
Type In
Type With
Type D

The appendix

Characteristic attributes of various inwardnesses of the person
Honesty and dishonesty
Attention and thoughtfulness
Boredom
Anger and animosities

Disappointment
Nervousness
Depression
Arrogance and modesty

Leadership
Confusion
The defensive position
Reticence and frankness

Fear
Sexual interest
Suspicion (mistrust)

The conclusion

 Be observant!

The literature
 

 

 

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Ilya Schegolev, 2006.