ISBN 9788183224109,Body Language

Body Language

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ISBN 9788183224109
Publisher

Manjul Publishing House

Publication Year 2014
ISBN-13

ISBN 9788183224109

ISBN-10 8183224105
Binding

Paperback

Number of Pages 237 Pages
Language (English)
Subject

Public health & preventive medicine

What people say is often very different from what they think or feel. Body Language by Allan Pease is just what you require to know those feelings which people often try to hide. There are things that an untrained eye does not detect, but this book is capable of even making a rookie a pro. Allan Pease is an international expert on communicating without words and has reliably poured his thoughts into this book. His book has had over half a million sales with people all round the world wanting to learn from him. Body language might sound tough to learn, but it is infact easy to pick up and fun to use. This book is comprehensive guide to body language with Allan explaining every detail with as much simplicity as possible. The many that you can can learn from this book include palm gestures, hand and arm gestures, hand to face gestures, arm & leg barriers, eye signals, courtship gestures & signals, body lowering and much much more. I have had delightful experiences so far because of his teachings. Every time i see someone make a movement, my eye automatically looks for prominent gestures and I then compare them with what the person is actually saying. It helps a great deal in forwarding your relationship with others. People working in every sphere of life will find this useful and applicable. What stands out in this novel is that the author, a man, tells the story of the coming of age of a young woman. In the process of telling Mayas story, the novel throws light on issues like homosexuality and how it is treated in India, sexual politics, the world of poetry, painting and music etc. The story captures the essence of modern India that is still trying to get rid of its traditional shackles.
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