Who is your source? Do you trust without hesitation to what is spoken and what kind of characteristics in a person make them best experts, trustworthy so much so that we can follow their advice, orders, requests, rants, example, teachings etc. because there are for everyone people who have authority as knowledgeable reliable people who have wisdom, to whom we believe speak the truth. Truth is an interesting idea to investigate. Do we have our own and to what extent it is ours? How capable are we thinking for ourselves, trusting what we know and feel is right instead of listening people who have been given authority to be listened to?
Money makes the world: http://fusion.net/story/148718/journalism-art-ethics/ “You can get 10% for just about anything, in the art world. Call yourself an “art advisor”, and you can get galleries to give you 10% of the sale price of whatever they sell to your client. Call yourself a “curator”, and you can get 10% of the sales of any show that you put together, even if you’re not actually selling anything yourself. Or, just make an introduction! Auction houses have something called “introductory commission”, which just means that if you steer a seller to Sotheby’s, say, rather than Christie’s, then Sotheby’s will kick back to you a chunk of the sale price.”
It is how we dress, how we use our faces, our hands, ways of carrying ourselves, looking, how we look and what we look at, pay attention to in people. A living being is a nonverbal statement of present moment and history of that person beginning from sex to ethnic background. A statement in time, in now and what has been, what has happened to that person, what he/she might be about. Women are masters of nonverbal communication. Thinking about how well we acknowledge it that we are doing constant observing and manipulating and are observed and manipulated, that our every gesture is a message and how much we pay attention to signals we pass forward is a matter of having been born into a culture that pays a lot of attention to appearance. We trust the first impression. What our friends say about that person. Strange thing is which I have noticed is that people think other people do not register how they are watched and observed. We like to belittle the other the one who is being observed. What kind of information is collected of us by looking is the foundation of our culture. It is a very sophisticated and evolved system of survival and bonding to notice little details, accept or dislike. We depend much on whether we dislike or not. I’m not sure do we consciously think why we dislike and is it justified.
Even the smallest things one might think do not matter make a difference. It is the banality, the animal, the hunter in us that pays attention to what the opponent might be doing and what does that other want and what does it mean. It is a brilliant form of learning by observing which makes our eyes an important tool. Action and reaction pattern in which those who think are very original and clever are actually normal mainstream group of people repeating the same signs, patterns, ways of reacting and doing which themselves make it easy to know how people think and how do they react to certain things. To know how people pay attention and what are the things get their attention. We like to think we are very special and unique. In some ways we are of course which makes our clinging to a group approval odd. Interpretations are not difficult to accomplish knowing how much we want acceptance. It is so simple that is actually clever. It is easy to know that this is not the case of exact science but somehow results are striking, very. Knowing how a similar kind of group of people think, how they keep their group dynamics and how the group keeps intact in its originality of course.
This is the very issue in cases of assumptions, thinking you know and passing on wrong information which is conducted due to any type of nonverbal communication. People communicate all the time, but to be absolutely sure what did she mean it is good to talk and ask. That is how people get information that is valid (hopefully) and not hanging in the air. Get the record straight.
How do we intellectualize the nonverbal and what is the intellect there in the first place? It is how specific analysis we are able to make. What do we make of it.
“Scientific research on nonverbal communication and behavior began with the 1872 publication of Charles Darwin’s The Expression of the Emotions in Man and Animals. Since that time, there has been an abundance of research on the types, effects and expressions of unspoken communication and behavior. “
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