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Our bodies are always speaking to us.
Do we hear?
Is there are universal language that every body speaking.
There are three steps to learning and speaking your bodies language.
First- listen and ask the right questions
Third - act in confidence
When done, these three steps create more freedom to choose joy or bondage.
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Learn How To Activate Your Highest Good by Understanding the importance of Body Language in Life and Business.
Co-Hosts Cheryl Katherine Wash and Kathleen Capela
Listener dial-in number:(917) 889-9987
Show URL: http://www.blogtalkradio.com/highestgood May 20, 2015 Show Topic: The Importance of Body Language
10 Powerful and Simple Body Language Tips for 2015 by Carol Kinsey Goman (Forbes Contributor)
7 Surprising Truths about Body Language by Nick Morgan (Forbes Contributor)
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Voice_frequency Voice frequency
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Tom Cunningham (too tall) and Peter Goral from TechBlocks interview Mark Bowden
Mark is an expert in human behavior and body language, and is the creator of TRUTHPLANE®, a communication training company and unique methodology for anyone who has to communicate with impact to an audience. His communication techniques, in which he trains individuals and groups worldwide, have garnered him a reputation as one of the world’s foremost authorities on nonverbal communication.
Mark gives highly entertaining and informative keynote speeches on persuasive and influential verbal and nonverbal language and communication structures that help you stand out, win trust and profit every time you speak.
Mark’s publications include the bestselling body language book Winning Body Language; Winning Body Language for Sales Professionals; and Tame the Primitive Brain – 28 Ways in 28 Days to Manage the Most Impulsive Behaviors at Work.
Voted #1 in the world’s top 30 Body Language Professionals for 2014 by GlobalGurus.org, Mark is also honored to be part of the TED community, having spoken on the main stage at TEDx Toronto. He is a regular contributor to media, and you can see him currently on CTV’s daily talk show, The Social as the resident Body Language expert.
This week our topic is language.
We want to set the stage today with the discussion of all types language. We hear about the language of love. We know about the hundreds of languages spoken in all parts of the world. Why is language so important to healing our bodies?
Kori discusses several body language basics you can use to better describe scenes within your story. She'll cover the concept of comfort versus discomfort as posited by Joe Navarro, a leading expert on body language and a former FBI spycatcher.
Facts about lying behavior
Indicators of stress, verbal and non-verbal
The seven microexpressions
Resources for additional information:
Center for non-verbal studies
All About Body Language
The Science of People
Paul Ekman Group
The Center for Body Language
Louder Than Words - Joe Navarro
What Every Body is Saying - Joe Navarro
Clues to Deceipt - Joe Navarro
What is keeping us from one another. Many may say its religion and cultures.
But the reality is that both are meant to give a language to learn from. They create structure and community. When any religion or culture are not foundationally centered in love it can cause much confusion and fear.
Lets talk about the culture of food, exercise, and diet. The religions we live and our experiences.
We will be talking about love and its ability to transcend all of our traditions and beliefs to create greater connection with self and others.
Body Language Secrets and How to Get More of What You Want.
How to strategically use your body language to persuade & influence.
Increase your chances when asking someone to dance.
How to talk your way out of consequence, ie: a speeding ticket.
Develop the skills to respond quickly to hidden cues in any critical situation.
The different types of handshakes.
How to make yourself magnetic and get others comfortable around you.
Learn how to establish rapport.
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Doris H. Dancy is an accomplished and award-winning educator, writer, speaker, playwright, novelist, and member of the Lambda Omega Chapter of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc. She received her BA degree in English and Spanish Education at North Carolina Central University in Durham, North Carolina, and her MA degree in English Education from Hampton University in Hampton, Virginia. Throughout her career, Dancy served as an English teacher, high school English Department chairperson, English Teacher Specialist, and Supervisor of English K-12 for Hampton City Public Schools.
After retirement, Dancy started her own writing consulting business, Pen To Paper Writing Consulting, LLC, which provides a consulting and editing service for school district staff development and other freelance writers. In 2013, Dancy devoted a year to penning her first novel, Jagged Edges, a Christian Romance and has recently placed as finalist in the International Book Awards contest. She has released the sequel in this “Redemptive Love Series,” titled Shattered Pieces.
Michelle Cuttino is the “Queen of Plus-Size Fiction,” and serves as a freelance writer, talk radio host, and motivational speaker. She is the President of Big Body Publishing and Big Body Broadcasting. Cuttino is a plus-size blogger, covering topics that affect full-figured women, and also blogs about publishing advice and industry events. Cuttino is the author of “Love & Happiness” and “Me & Mrs. Jones,” an eBook series adaptation of her screenplay once optioned with Queen Latifah’s Flavor Unit Films. Cuttino is part of an erotica anthology under Zane’s Strebor/Simon & Schuster imprint releasing late 2015. Cuttino’s personal mission is to embrace, enlighten, and empower women—principally plus-size women, but her message is for everyone.
M’Hogany is a singer, songwriter, arranger, and former US Soldier. As a child, she was teased for her dark skin complexion. Her mother soothed her by telling her she was not black, she was mahogany—thus the namesake was born. Between the ages of 8 and 12, she began reciting original poems, but never wrote anything down. She was approached to have her poetry published, but her mother declined the offer. Two weeks prior to her grandmother’s death, M’Hogany had a vision to dedicate her completed novel to her. In the wake of her passing, she decided to incorporate her grandmother’s legacy into her writing. Her grandmother was not only the first lady of her church, but she was the head musician. “I had to continue on this journey my granny knew I started. I was named after her because I looked like her, so I feel I have to let her legacy live through me,” M'Hogany said. M’Hogany has also contributed to the Literary Lounge magazine created by Tracie Holmes. “I write the stories that life sings,” M'Hogany said.
What does it mean to Unify?
What is Unity?
Unification in the body is a process and there are steps to creating it.
First is to identify the fears or reasons to not unify
Second is to use the greatest strength we all have, love
Third is to feed the weaker parts with that love
Today we are going to discuss the joys of unity and why it is not to be feared but celebrated!
Our bodies have a voice. They are telling us something. But so many times we ignore it or only listen to what we want to hear. Today we are discussion the 3 stages of freedom for the body gaining its voice. So it will be heard and will feel free.