Body-language and nonverbal communication

Respect for a first detail is the start of exploration (an embodyed story part 4)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Respect for a first detail is the start of exploration (an embodyed story part 4)

When I had entered the tiny shop or so to say small studio of the old woman my eyes first caught sight of this puppet which you can see on the photo. A lifeless puppet as it seems to be. Not really interesting. Not worth to enter the shop I said to myself. And yet the arrangement of the puppet without a head and the other stuff looked so strange and thus attractive, that I started looking around. Maybe it was the fact that there was this uncoordinated arrangement, with ……………   all these detailed things, parts of puppets andsoon which caught my attraction. To come to the point: reading a body, getting familiar with body language or nonverbal communication mostly starts with something which not at all is really interesting. But if you give respect to all the details you will experience a world to open up, which then can fascinate you. And this is the guiding energy to go on looking, exploring and enlarging your own world in a nonverbal partnership with the chaos at the place where you are.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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