Subconscious Indirect Communication: How to Read Other People Using your Higher Power
If you don’t know what it is, you will be surprised to know that you use this skill every day. You just might not be aware of it! Everyone is always subconsciously displaying an emotion on their face, and you are too. People subconsciously reflect themselves onto other people with what they feel and think about themselves and others.
So, What Exactly is Subconscious Indirect Communication?
Something you are not aware of or intentionally showing or displaying.
An emotion or perception not specifically directed at anyone.
Facial expressions and body language which humans subconsciously analyse to understand each other.
This understanding of yourself and other people most likely originates from when brutal survival was more prominent. And that’s exactly what intuition is, tapping into your subconscious to read yourself and others and using it to your advantage. Your self-image, the image you see in other people, and your current emotion is always displayed to the people around you in the world. People pick up on this subconsciously, and you do the same. This is what determines your romantic relationships, friendships, and others’ perception of you.
These questions might help you find out a lot about yourself that you didn’t know:
- When you see someone you are attracted to, how do you respond?
If you respond by quickly looking away, this means you are uncertain if people find you attractive or accept you and see you in the same way.
- Who do you make eye contact with the most in a room, males or females?
If you usually notice males more than females, this means you are more alert or aware of them, or that you relate better to that gender.
- When you casually make eye contact with someone on the street walking past you, are you the first to look away?
If you are not the first to look away, it generally means that you are more dominant and confident than the other person.
- When you make eye contact with someone unintentionally, do you ask yourself why and question what that person thought of you?
This could be a sign that you are either extremely perceptive or that you care too much about what other people think about you.
- Are you comfortable making eye contact with people you don’t know at a party or social event?
Some people ‘stone wall’ and intentionally display no emotion to others in public. They think showing emotion can invite threats and judgment on their character. These types of people don’t feel comfortable showing emotion because they don’t know how to express these feelings to other people, or how to live with them on a day to day basis. Individuals who ‘stone wall’ themselves from everyone else usually have a small, select group of friends that they like to keep to themselves. Most people don’t notice them, and they like it that way. They tend to blend into the background and stay unnoticed by choice.
People are more likely to remember someone who displays some form of emotion, whether it be negative or positive.
When you make eye contact with someone across the room or walking past you on the street they are reading you and you are reading them without even knowing it. Even if you only looked at each other for a second or two, you both subconsciously picked up on a lot from each other. Even though sadness and anger may be a negative emotion, it is still a human one. Having a blank face and shutting off feelings is not a human emotion, and so people have a hard time relating to it.
When others can relate to you more easily, you can form closer and better relationships with people who feel the same way as you do.
These are the types of friendships that last so much longer than others, because they are based on relating to each other through the way you see yourself and the world around you. It’s better off to just show what you are feeling when you are feeling it. Because let’s face it, who is happy 24/7? Nobody. You might think that others will like you more if you always look happy, but people can relate to you better if you’re simply a real person. And by being a real person and who you are, you will attract others who see the world and themselves the same way.
People in any social setting usually remember others’ impressions of them, especially if it’s the first one. It’s human nature to want to be accepted and liked by others.
Once they feel insecure or unapproved of by a certain group, they usually won’t try to join their social group because they have been made to feel inferior. People who want popularity or superiority are always subconsciously displaying the emotion or perception of being unappreciative of the presence of people. Others around them pick up on this, and so they prefer to stay away from them, or they try to gain their acceptance by gaining their approval. This creates exclusivity and selective appreciation or acceptance. This is exactly what makes them popular and explains the whole phenomenon in high school. It is simply self-appointed exclusivity.
The reason I wrote this post was that I experienced this in my life, but it didn’t make any sense until recently. I decided a couple of months ago to let my guard down for the first time. I wasn’t “stonewalling” anymore or trying to avoid eye contact with people. My facial expressions were more relaxed and approachable.
And almost instantly, it seemed like out of nowhere people started to talk to me more and it felt like I had a lot more friends.
The same can be true for you, too if you practice subconscious indirect communication!
(Original Source for this Article: https://dareseekpower.quora.com/How-to-Read-Other-People-Using-your-Higher-Power)