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Posted on Sat, Jan 12, 2013 12:38

As several here already know, Ive had the priviledge to study several areas in my life thus far in the academic fields (and in life school aswell), and I guess im interested in several angles of existence...and had the ease of studying, as i loved my University years...

 

So..when we studied Psychology, several levels of the human mental sphere were studied, nevertheless our own...as when a person studies psychology at a certain level, one needs to be "examined" if one can handle this, if there are any "issues" and hence if a person is even appropriate for such...and then when proceeding into some very delicate area of research or work, one gets to pass thru several more "exams" aswell...its an interesting journey and Im happy I made it with great honors!

 

So...Im going to try sharing some psychology 101-series on here, and hope they give you some interesting knowledge and food for mind.

 

My first sharing-session in my "PSY 101" series will be Bodylanguage. It is a very interesting area, and as natural for us humans as drinking water...so...as many of my books are physical paperback books (thick ones indeed...so I had to hire a truck to carry thema round back in the day hahaha), both English and Swedish, i will be trying to match that knowledge from stuff I can find online and in some less complicated and less "boring" faculty lingo...

 

ENJOY FOLKS!


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Posted on Sat, Jan 19, 2013 10:57

OH Dakota, then It must been misunderstood from my side..sorry for that in such case...I think many tend to forget that this is not my mothertongue...but many times we think our own observations are the truth but we are again and again surprised byt many realities and facts I guess...Dakota..hm...that cream seems pretty interesting as a studying object..can you send some to me to check out in my lab? ;-)))

 

It is certainly a sign of "health" when some one can be respectfully critical and observe stuff and be open to be right or wrong etc...and then there are "myths"...but trying to understand is a nice thing :-)...Oh you seem to be one of those "normal" ones around here and THAT makes you un-normal ;-)))

 

 

 

 


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Posted on Sat, Jan 19, 2013 10:35

Thanks Mtnsunny...glad you enjoy it...yes its alot of practical info to digest so please feel free :-)


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Posted on Tue, Jan 15, 2013 00:07

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Ok so Dakota you studied psy at high level you mean? Then cool for you!hoh well that is kind of a myth as it applies certainly to some special cases but to evene enter such studies one needs to have super grades....well self examination and having others examining one self etc etc is part of the preparation into professional status..so offcourse..its after all psychology so it would be crazy if the students werent investigating several angles and working with themselves..but..there are huge differences being a professional or seeking one..haha...and the exceptions you might refer to, which might be needing help rather than being able to give help will eventually fall off the programs or fail or something like that..and most importantly...the human mind is complex..and the first question we got was...what is "normal"? Dakota..dont you worry..as much as its humanly possible to help and treat people from a professional angle is hopefully supplied by the regarded universities worldwide..ans as in any other profession or path in life...there will always be some oddies..ie exception to the rule..so lets wipe off the prejudice cream Mr D ;-)))



LOL, I wouldn't say that I've studied at a high level, by any means.  I took one semester in college.  I was just stating my observation.  I apply my prejudice cream topically every night, it's great for boosting my gigantic ego.  Or maybe it's just a placebo effect...just don't tell me it's a sugar cream as I might decide that oral administration would suit my taste much better. :)  I can tell you one thing definitively, I'm not normal...can't you tell?



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Posted on Mon, Jan 14, 2013 04:02

Ok so Dakota you studied psy at high level you mean? Then cool for you!hoh well that is kind of a myth as it applies certainly to some special cases but to evene enter such studies one needs to have super grades....well self examination and having others examining one self etc etc is part of the preparation into professional status..so offcourse..its after all psychology so it would be crazy if the students werent investigating several angles and working with themselves..but..there are huge differences being a professional or seeking one..haha...and the exceptions you might refer to, which might be needing help rather than being able to give help will eventually fall off the programs or fail or something like that..and most importantly...the human mind is complex..and the first question we got was...what is "normal"? Dakota..dont you worry..as much as its humanly possible to help and treat people from a professional angle is hopefully supplied by the regarded universities worldwide..ans as in any other profession or path in life...there will always be some oddies..ie exception to the rule..so lets wipe off the prejudice cream Mr D ;-)))



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Posted on Mon, Jan 14, 2013 03:32

Thanks Forever Classy..glad you enjoy my blogs..oh yes..its a hot topic as it is about every day life...oh well...to be honest im usually quick minded..I type hyperfast and Im used to such and rather easy expressing myselg mostly..etc etc..so its honestly not as timeconsuming...you are most welcome! :-)



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Posted on Sun, Jan 13, 2013 11:45

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Dakota interesting teacher you had...oh well..with all respect...but unsure about the psy studies level of an high school teacher..but ok...



LOL No, she was a college professor.  In fact she was the head.  It's been my experience that many that are in the field, go into it to better understand themselves and their own problems.  And then branch out into helping others.



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Posted on Sun, Jan 13, 2013 01:20

Dakota interesting teacher you had...oh well..with all respect...but unsure about the psy studies level of an high school teacher..but ok...



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Posted on Sun, Jan 13, 2013 01:15

Thanks BeWell dear!

 

Oh..it was surely not me giving that cat the makeup tour! Once we were in Miami and a huge seaturtle showed up and my friends called me and offcourse I brought my good ol' camera and the police had put do not pass or whats it called yellow tape around the turtle...I though Oh yeahhh niiice..thought it was to protect the turtle from us crazy human admirers..not the other way around..so I lay down in the sand to take a nice closeup face to face with the turtle...and what happens is that the police jumped to me and dragged me in the sand..you know the mark line after my dragged body and they kept saying you are not supposed to get close to the turtle it will charge..I thought...CHARGE??? for what..oh then I thought the police wanted some pesetas to allow the photoshot..hehe...

 

Swede as I am didnt know that it meant attack...oh boy...all my friends were bent laughing...the nature experts said something about the turtle being unusual there on that beach and that it seems to have been born there then returned to lay her eggs at her birthplace or something like that...oh well BeWell..the sand mark after the photodrag may have been washed away by the water but will aways have a trace in my mind...and offcourse we got a piece of that yellow police tape..which I still keep in some traveldrawer at my house...so..well..I have respect for animals ;-)


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Posted on Sun, Jan 13, 2013 01:00

Dakota..the human mind is extremely complex (ive written an extensive research about certain areas of it..) and these are general directions...then apply some more or less unusualities in humans cultures etc.



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Posted on Sat, Jan 12, 2013 22:16

Worldmind,

 

Thanks! All very interesting. I want to know who did the cat's eyeliner? It is striking ;-D....... BeWell



BeWell and wishing you only the best ! ..................;-D

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Posted on Sat, Jan 12, 2013 14:13

Pay attention to the way she touches her hair. Gentle movements, such as mindlessly twirling a strand around her finger or running her fingers through it slowly are signs that she's very interested. Quick, jerky movements indicate that she's embarrassed or impatient, especially when paired with wandering eyes.


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Posted on Sat, Jan 12, 2013 14:08

Intimate attraction Body Lingo

 

Raised eyebrows.

When we see a person that we consider attractive, we begin raising and lowering our eyebrows.

If the person also feels drawn to you, his eyebrows will also start going up and down.

This gesture lasts only 1/5 of a second but it takes place all the time, with people of both sexes and all ages.

This "eye making" can be easily left unnoticed, but if you do notice it, you will certainly be given 100% of the person's attention.

Slightly opened lips.

If a person likes you, his or her lips automatically open the moment your eyes meet.

Standing at attention.

If a man is standing straight, with his shoulders squared and with his belt tightened, he's trying to show himself in all his beauty.

If he is leaning forward to hear what the woman is saying, it is even better.

Adjusting the clothes.

If a man is adjusting his tie, he really hopes that you will notice it.

He may also sleek his hair, pull down his jacket, see if his lapels are in the right place.

When a man is playing with the buttons of his jacket he's probably nervous.

Using this gesture he's also trying to demonstrate his subconscious wish to get undressed for you.

The next stage is when he takes his jacket off and places his arms on his hips.

If he has used all these gestures, it means he's already imagining your shoes under his bed.

Playing with the hair.

In order to show her sympathy towards a man, a woman makes a movement with her head to get her hair off her face.

She may also move it aside with her hand.

She tries to send the same signal by licking her lips.

By the way, men also like sprucing up while talking to a woman.

At the same time a woman will never miss a chance to count the number of times a man sleeks or bristles up his hair during the conversation.

Voyeurism.

A man is openly trying to show that he's examining the woman's body, by casting some looks at its most beautiful parts.

Ladies, you shouldn't be flattered, he automatically scanned your figure the first second he saw you.

All he wants to do now is to let you know that he considers you as his sexual partner.

Crossing the legs.

If the toes of a person's shoes are pointed at you, he or she is certainly interested in you.

If you point your knee towards the person you're interested in, you'll demonstrate that you're ready for a closer relationship.

One of the most captivating poses is when a woman is sitting with her legs crossed under herself and her knees are exposed to the person she's talking to.

It means she's wants a man to take more decisive steps.

Playing around with cylindrical objects.

A man, as well as a woman, when excited, will definitely find a glass or even a fork to stroke it or to touch it with his fingers.

Cylindrical objects remind men of the woman's breasts, and the women of the man's genitals.

Woman's wrist has always been considered one of the erogenous zones.

When a woman is interested in a man she'll try to keep her palms and her wrists in the man's sight.

Touching the face.

If a person is interested in you, he'll keep touching his chin, his ears and his cheeks.

It means that he or she is subconsciously fixing the lies.

This is a combination of nervous and autoerotic actions.

When we're interested in somebody, our lips and the lower part of the face become very sensitive to stimulation.

If you're smoking, you'll begin inhaling more often. If you're drinking something, you'll begin taking more sips.

You enjoy touching your lips, and what is more, you let the other person know that a kiss is not far off.

The leading hand.

It is a good sign if a man is holding you by the elbow or by the shoulder. In the first place, it is a good way to lead you through the crowd.

Secondly, this way he can be sure that you don't get lost.

Thirdly, this will frighten away the other men: after all, you already have one by your side.

Fourthly, this lets him accidentally touch you … All in all, it's a good gesture.

He's offering you his sweater or his coat.

Few men would be very glad that a woman came back from a date wearing somebody else's jacket, even if otherwise she would have died from cold.

Men offer their jackets or sweaters to women because it's a defensive, sexual and proprietorial gesture.

He's saying “What is mine, is also yours ” (and otherwise ). At first the jacket smells of him, and then it smells of you.

Eventually, by giving it to you, he'll have one more cause to appear on the scene again, at least to get back what belongs to him.


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