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    Default Nonverbal ques and body language

    How perceptive of these are you?

    Any particular experiences?

    Which type is most sensitive to them?

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    good question and an intresting one.

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    very much so...trust it almost more than words.
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    Extremely.

    A certain type of person will be more sensitive and aware.
    Not necessarily an MBTI type.

    A lot of it begins in childhood, and certain types of environments will magnify the potential.
    Was that vague enough for you?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jaguar View Post
    Extremely.

    A certain type of person will be more sensitive and aware.
    Not necessarily an MBTI type.

    A lot of it begins in childhood, and certain types of environments will magnify the potential.
    Was that vague enough for you?
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    I think I'm probably oversensitive to it. As a teacher, it's both a good thing and a bad thing. It helps to be tuned into your audience. However, it can be very distracting and I have had to learn over time that sometimes people give off disinterested or rejecting signals when in fact they are underconfident. By assuming that they need and like you and "imposing" yourself on them, I have been shocked at how much more warmly both kids and adults have responded. I think INFJs have a horror of being where they aren't wanted or missing those signals, and in so doing may sometimes be misinterpreted themselves or miss opportunities that are there.

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    Nonverbal communication to be fascinating. Eye ques are my favorite. Then kino and spatial signs are the next. Arms and hands after that.

    S's and F's and J's seem to be the most nonverbal-verbal

    Kinda enjoy messing with people and seeing what their body language is gonna say to me next...until a middle finger arises to clarify their point of view.
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    Yea, really sounds oversensitive
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    I often try to "read" another persons non-verbal cues and moves when I'm speaking with them...tone of voice, posture, gestures,eyes,etc...A lot of the times I do make a good predictions of the person's character though I have made mistakes and read some other people quite badly.

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