Judi James suggests ‘When approaching a stranger you want to impress, exude confidence in your stance, even if you’re on edge.’ Keep your head up and eyes off the floor, put your shoulders back and make sure your arms and legs are uncrossed as that will indicate openness.Face your date squarely while you are talking to them rather than turning to face the room.We intuitively read people’s eyes and are continually interpreting someone’s glance to find out if they are listening, are angry with us, are friendly or avoiding interacting with us.
To use these tips and tactics, however, requires a bit of interpersonal sensitivity - what dating coaches might call "calibration".
The reading of body language is an inexact science but you can generally gauge that the date isn’t going too well if they continually drop eye contact and scan the room. If you really want to let your date know you are interested Judi James, author of The Body Language Bible, says ‘the “flick” is one of the most high-impact signals you can send.
Allow your eyes to flit down to their mouth and back up to meet their eyes; this suggests kissing and, combined with a smile, subtle head-tilt, softened eye expression and slowed blink rates all signal sexual approval.’ – use sparingly!
After all, the idea is to see whether you've had an emotional effect on a (desired) partner. One of the best ways of telling how your date, mate, or lover is feeling is to read his/her body language.
In general, nonverbal communication is usually an honest display of feelings (much more so than words).
So, below I am going to teach you how to read basic body language for dating and persuasion success.