Body Language. 494701234 企三甲 張紜嫚 Amada. 1.“Winking”. Amada says….
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494701234 企三甲 張紜嫚
I think people wink because they want to convince others that they are trustworthy. I remember in the movie “I, Robot”(機械公敵), there was one scene that the robot winked to human trying to express the message “trust me!” You wink with a smile shows that you want to let the others know, you are a trustful person.
There are many movie scenes using this gesture: an open palm. It passes a friendly message to the other people when somebody uses this helping hand. In the movie “ Pay it forward” (讓愛傳出去), there was a woman who was going to suicide, but a guy’s open palm saved her life. When we use this gesture, it represents sincerity, openness, friendship and innocence.
I use this body language “stroking chin” a lot when I am trying to think something deeply or when I am trying to figure out an answer. You can see this posture easily on a meeting, on any occasion which needs to make a decision. People use this to tell others that they are seriously thinking.
When you see this non-verbal language, it means this person wants to escape the reality. When we feel embarrassed, we might blush and want to cover our eyes because we don’t want others to notice us not being calm. They are frustrated with facing the obstacles in front of them right that time, so they cover their eyes. Sometimes we cover our eyes when we feel shy, it’s just the other form of escaping the truth.