Body Language Mastery

The Body Language Project

The Body Language Project is the perfect mix of art and science. This project seeks to teach you about how body language and tones can signal far more than most people let on. You will be able to easy figure out what people are thinking and feeling just from the body language that you see and the micro expressions that you pick up on. All you have to do is learn the simple set of instructions that gives you the code to figuring out why people do what they do. This book is full peer-reviewed and gives you all of the information that you need to learn how to seduce like a master, no matter how previously attractive you have been to women or men before. Body language is one of the biggest foundations to dating relationships; learning to read body language puts you miles ahead of other people! More here...

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Reading Her Body Sex Signals Decoded

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Redemption as Gods Solidarity with Humankind

Ate and drank with the outcast and excluded (Mark 2 16-17 Luke 5 30), and allowed himself to be touched by those regarded as guilty of repeated and extreme wickedness (Luke 7 3 7-9). The writer(s) of John's Gospel also offer(s) startling examples of Jesus's solidarity with those in need (John 5 1-18, 7 21-4). The pericope presents his body-language as identifying with a woman caught in adultery (John 7 53-8 11). Jesus is recorded as declaring the wrath of God on a world perishing under the weight of its own sin (John 3 16, 36 8 24 16 8-10), and as calling individual persons to a renewed relationship with God (John 3 5-8, 4 23, 5 25, 14 1). Paul speaks of Jesus Christ's solidarity with humankind to the extent that he died for the ungodly (Romans 5 6) and became accursed for humanity by accepting on our behalf the judgment of the law and being hanged on a tree (Galatians 3 10-13). He emphasizes Jesus Christ's solidarity with humankind in death. However, the polyphony of New Testament...

The Project of Historical Christianity

When I go there, into a church of the Greeks, With its aroma of incense, Its liturgical chanting and harmony, The majestic presence of the priests, Dazzling in their ornate vestments, The solemn rhythm of their gestures -My thoughts turn to the glories of our race, To the splendour of our Byzantine heritage.

Manuscripts and religious objects

Decorated Eusebian canon tables head Ethiopian Gospel books, especially those of the fourteenth and fifteenth centuries, in common with other Eastern Christian Gospel books. Those from the Monastery of Gunda Gundi can be differentiated by the use they make of a more architectural framing device. Ethiopian Gospel books also conform with Eastern Christian practice in including portraits of each Evangelist, as well as scenes from the life of Christ. One such example is a large Gospel book in the British Library (London B.L. Or. 510). The manuscript was written in the court at Gondar in 1664-5, in the official Gwelh script, probably for the Emperor Yohannes I and the Empress Sabla Wangel. Its illustrations are painted in the style known as the 'First Gondarene style', which uses clear, bright colours, especially yellow, orange-red and blue, on the figures' garments the figures are animated by their gestures and eye contact with one another (see fol. 51r, the Healing of the Two Blind Men,...

Fecundity and the Social Body

Sex, within practices of the church, is analogous to the body-language of adoption. Adoption is not symbolic of childbirth, but the day-to-day bodily presence that makes us who we are. Monogamy and practices of fidelity and lifelong endurance are a way of the body, a cultivation of intimacy and mutual possession through the everyday agency of our embodiment. We bear each other's presence. Through our bodily agency, we belong over time such that our presence cannot be exchanged for another. Through this binding, our bodies are made and made known. In this way, sexual practices are intrinsically fecund.

The Illusion Of Faith

It was as if he suddenly felt relaxed and comfortable in talking about an old and dear friend. His voice, which at times had displayed such a sharp and insistent edge, now took on a melancholy and reflective tone. His guard seemingly down, he spoke in an unhurried pace, almost nostalgically, carefully choosing his words as he talked about Jesus.

Gods Bottom

The work opens to the accompaniment of the pounding hooves of racehorses. Acquiescing to a friend's request that he offer some advice on the perfect life, Gregory represents himself playfully as one of the spectators who shout encouragement even though the horses are eager to run. Introducing a treatise that will argue for the importance of theoria, or visual contemplation, as well as mimesis, or the imitation of divine perfection, he here gently mocks those who rivet their gaze on the charioteers and mime their gestures, leaning forward and flailing the air with their outstretched hands instead of with a whip, as if they might help speed the teams along. The joke is perhaps on his own initially misplaced Platonic identification with the charioteer of the soul rather than the horse of passion.17 Moreover, agreeing merely to exhort a younger man who is already lightfootedly leaping and straining constantly for the 'prize of the heavenly calling,' he may appear to be taking himself out...

Of Descriptions

The postmodern condition consists of more than negative gestures, more than shakes of the head and shrugs of the shoulder. In contrast with modernity, it also motions for the return of the repressed and for the embrace of the other. Modern systems can only master reality by excluding what does not fit. That which falls outside our conceptual systems is thus deemed irrational or unscientific. This was the great paradox of the modern desire for mastery, that in its quest for universal and totalizing comprehension, its system was obliged to exclude or repress that which lay outside it, thereby calling its universal and total comprehensiveness into question. 28 Common to several currents of postmodern thought is an anti-systematic impulse, a predilection for the plural, the multiple, a valorization of everything that had been suppressed by earlier systematicity, everything that had been left out or relegated to the margins. 29


To think in this way through habituating practices. One can then know one is in-relation without the physical proximity of the person. And similarly one can know of being-in-relation without necessarily being mentally attentive to the person one is in relation to. Bodies, I suggest, become sexualized through a consciousness of being-in-relation of various kinds, through attentive rationalizing and responsive readings of body language. In being sexualized bodies negotiate both difference and affinity, distance and proximity - they do not just encounter difference distance. Attraction, key to the dynamic of desire, operates through economies of both difference and affinity, distance and proximity. It would be as absurd to label the erotic encounter between Mary Magdala and Christ as heterosexual, as it would be absurd to label the meeting of Thomas and Christ as homosexual. Both of these labels treat sexuality as a self-subsisting thing, a property that can be attributable to relations,...

Micro Expression Master

Micro Expression Master

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