Mind reading influence happens very quickly; you can almost instantly catch someone else’s feelings and emotions. People who are considered Socializers tend to be more emotionally expressive and transmit their feelings more powerfully. Highly sensitive individuals are more susceptible to the moods of others; women may be inclined to catch someone else’s feelings because they are better able to read other people’s emotional states and body language than men.
The psychic world is pervasive in our physical realm; think of how many times you have encountered someone who approaches you with exactly the advice you needed.
Have you found any of your soulmates? Think about how you are so drawn to particular people and repelled by others. The touch of the spiritual is why some relationships seem so one-sided, superficial or short-lived―while others seem mutual, sincere and destined to be. We are all linked in an ancient and eternal union with humanity that cuts across the barriers of time, convention, philosophy, and definition.
Mind Reading Emotional Intelligence
Mind reading is the seemingly magical ability to map someone’s mental terrain from their words, emotions, and body language. Whenever we talk to someone, we make three rapid decisions. We usually make these decisions automatically or subconsciously. It can be very helpful to make them consciously instead. When you engage in a conversation, keep these three things in mind and be intentional about your decision:
“Should I be honest with what I am feeling?
Should I express what I am thinking?
Should I work to problem-solve with this person?”
Mind reading is sharing the emotions of another person, and you may be surprised just how attracted you will feel and towards whom you feel attraction. There are two types of mind reading emotional wisdom. Although the pair often goes together, having one kind does not guarantee that you have the other. As you know from your experience, some people are skillful at manipulating others emotionally but don’t have much insight into their inner lives.
Mind Reading People’s Intentions
Succinctly put, the first type of emotional intelligence is the ability to understand, identify, and control one’s own feelings. Someone with this type of emotional wisdom knows exactly how they are feeling, why they feel that way, and what to do with those emotions.
The second type is the ability to understand, label, and influence the emotions of other people. People who have this type of emotional intelligence seem to have great charisma and charm, as they can make someone feel special by putting a finger on their private emotional lives and making them feel understood.
Mind Reading Through Their Eyes
Remember the eyes are the “window to the soul” – they tell us so much about a person just by gazing into them. Given that we cannot, for example, control the size of our pupils, body language experts can deduce much of a person’s state by factors relating to the eyes.
Pulling You Apart
Are you tired of being pulled in so many directions that there never seems to be enough time or energy for anything? Pay attention to the areas that control your emotional state of being. If you are not emotionally healthy, you will constantly feeling as if your life is pulling you apart; this is no basis for a relationship.
Find time to do all the things you really want to do, and with the people you want to do them with. Create energy and enthusiasm for family and friends, and don’t spend time with them fighting and bickering; instead, use their presence as a chance to relax and recharge.
- Take control over your income and finances. Money worries are like bacteria, spreading through our entire bodies until we get sick just fretting about them.
- Take good care of your physical and emotional well-being. Stop putting your needs at the bottom of the list, and learn how to create a life in which your priority list reflects your true desires.
- Identify and eliminate the things in life that are draining you and replace them with the things that fuel you. Find hobbies and pastimes that give you a brighter outlook on tomorrow.
Mind Reading Composure
A highly emotionally intelligent person will be able to stay calm, cool, and collected in the face of harsh criticism. The average person has tendency to become defensive or apologetic when someone sends a barrage of harsh, subjective criticisms on their behavior and moral character. Meanwhile, wise people remain very composed and calm in response to negative attacks.
Composure is critical in many situations besides criticism. Seeming nervous in response to a man or woman’s approach may receive an unimpressed look and a change of heart in your potential suitor. Hone your emotional intelligence so you give off a comfortable, playful vibe; abandon all your nervous and tense behaviors and feelings. Those engaging in the dating game are looking for someone who behaves in a cool, attractive manner, but also seems balanced and easygoing.
No one trait has a greater potential to improve relationships, aid in decision-making, increase performance, and harbor well-being than emotional intelligence. People’s emotions can improve or destroy cooperation in every social setting from a workplace project to an evening in the bedroom. Learn how to successfully develop and apply emotional intelligence, and you will benefit your personal life.
If you need to know what not to do, watch someone who has a fear of success. They will have a low self-esteem and a bad self-image, which will manifest in a desire to self-sabotage their efforts in social situations. Gauge their emotional intelligence―it is not likely to be high―and file away their behaviors as things to avoid doing.
On the other hand, observe someone who has no fear of success. They will display a high self-esteem and a great self-image (perhaps to the point of seeming vain, though cockiness and self-assuredness are two very different animals). The result is a keen sense of achievement and the drive to make their ambitions into realities. Gauge their emotional intelligence―it will be through the roof—and learn from what they do.
Mind Reading: Staying in Control
When that certain someone asks you a question, you must not hesitate with your responses—even if you think your responses are bullshit. (Some people come up with their best material when pulling it out of thin air!) What matters most is that you stay in control of your emotions and act natural. Answer as though you have no agenda but are confident in what you say, and remember: you are not there to place them on a pedestal or please them or anyone listening in. You are there to have fun and enjoy yourself.
Say this mantra to yourself: I am calm, cool, and in total control of my emotions. Remember, a big part of emotional intelligence is listening and then responding with charm. Charm is sexy.
Sharing is Caring
No matter how you feel, sharing your feelings can help you process them. Sharing also helps you draw closer to people with whom you share an affection bond.
Before you can share your feelings or emotions (these are just two words for the same thing) with anyone, you have to decipher them for yourself. Making a list of words that adequately describe your feelings may help. You can do this mentally or physically—either by writing them out or by drawing relevant pictures.
Start by identifying your main emotion. Are you happy? Are you sad? Are you mad? Is it rare for you to feel this emotion, or do you feel it all the time? You can also describe your feelings with words.
When you are trying to hash out your feelings, envision a situation and then examine how it makes you feel. Use specific examples when conveying your feelings to others, such as, “I feel happy out on the water,” or, “I feel sad when I don’t hear from you all day.” Vaguely using feeling words in context-less sentences, like, “I’m happy,” or, “I’m sad,” will not make your feelings clear to whomever you are sharing them with.
Mind Reading Emotions
Let your feelings flow for a moment; heighten your awareness of them; and own them. Ask questions of yourself—start up an inner monologue. What is causing you to feel afraid? Is there a real cause for concern? If there is, guide yourself through the steps of choosing a plan of action. If there is not, you can shunt aside your worry, but that does not mean your fear was not valid. All emotions are valid, even if you do not need to act upon them all. Feelings are triggered for many reasons, and must be acknowledged and felt before we can move on.
Acknowledge emotions as soon as you feel them and accept them as yours. For example, you may be afraid to run out of money—perhaps in your workplace, perhaps in your household. You could ignore your feelings and fear, or you could take on the attitude that everything will work out and the universe will take care of itself and its own, as it always has. You could worry or blame someone else for putting you in those circumstances. But then what would you attract? More worry and blame.
When you acknowledge your fear, and accept the way you feel and responsibility in the circumstance, you have the power to make a change.
Mind Reading Contamination
Protecting yourself from emotional contagion means preventing yourself from becoming contaminated by others’ negativity and dangerous emotions. Begin paying attention to how you feel around different people, and if how you felt before you entered their presence changes when you approach them. Do you feel sad around some and happy around others? You may find that you have a downer or two in your life who instantly pull you into sadness and depression when you are in their company.
Become aware of your emotional responses by labeling them. For example, you may say, “I felt elated while having dinner with my wife.” Alternatively, you could say, “I feel sad and pessimistic whenever I’m around my friend Jack.” Examine your emotional responses, once you have put them into words. Ask yourself whether the feeling is your own, or if you caught it from that other person. By observing how you feel before and after interactions, you will see how others’ emotions spread to you and impact you, for better or worse. Recognizing that an emotion actually belongs to and originated with someone else may be enough to prevent the mood from contaminating you. Emotionally intelligent individuals may improve their moods and the moods of others.
“Heart and head are the constituent parts of character; temperament has almost nothing to do with it, and, therefore, character is dependent upon education, and is susceptible of being corrected and improved.”
– Giacomo Casanova
Mind Reading Feeling Phrases
Sometimes, it is very difficult to express how you are feeling. But remember, no one can guess at how you feel—they cannot read your mind! People can read your facial expressions, which help give away subconscious clues, but the most powerful way to express yourself is by using language, putting your feelings into words.
When you are communicating your emotions, it’s best to draw from the powerful set of feeling words and phrases, which will help you, hone your emotional influence by giving you the exact description of what you are experiencing.
Words for Fear: Afraid, alarmed, frightened, horrified, nervous, scared, shaky, shocked, terrified, upset, and worried. It often manifests in great anxiety, and physical signs may be sweaty palms and trembling extremities.
Words for Anger: Angry, annoyed, furious, in a huff, incensed, infuriated, mad, offended, resentful, stressed, up in arms, and worked up. Rage is extreme negative feelings directed towards an object, person, or situation; you may experience physical signs like clenched muscles and an upset stomach.
Words for Confusion: Confused, upset, doubtful, uncertain, shy, lost, embarrassed, unsure, uneasy, and tense. You may feel confused during unknown situations, and might feel like you are chasing your thoughts endlessly in circles.
Words for Depression: Depressed, disappointed, ashamed, guilty, powerless, bad, lost, discouraged, and miserable. When you are depressed, you may experience a loss of energy and physical signs of fatigue.
Words for Happiness: Happy, excited, lucky, overjoyed, gleeful, thankful, merry, ecstatic, festive, sunny, terrific, and cheerful. Happiness gives you a high of energy, and you may find that you cannot stop smiling and that laughter is not far from your lips.
Words for Helplessness: Helpless, incapable, alone, useless, frustrated, and empty. Helplessness often accompanies depression, and you may notice it by the sinking feeling in the pit of your stomach.
Words for Pain: Hurt, crushed, rejected, pained, injured, and aching. When in emotional pain, you may feel actual physical pain, especially if you have lost or wounded someone close to you.
Words for Loneliness: Lonely, rejected, unwanted, unloved, abandoned, and alone. This is the feeling of wanting to curl into a ball and disappear, because life does not seem worth living.
Words for Sadness: Sad, blue, down, unhappy, depressed, and hurt. A sense of loss or failure may bring on sadness, along with tears and an influx of negative energy.
Words for Weariness: Tired, exhausted, worn out, bored, drained, sleepy, wiped out, and weary. When you are tired, you just want to fall asleep for as long as possible. Indulge in this desire!
To change what we attract, we need to become conscious of, and change, our emotional habits.”
“One can have no smaller or greater mastery than mastery of oneself.”
– Leonardo da Vinci
“I know that I have lived because I have felt, and, feeling giving me the knowledge of my existence, I know likewise that I shall exist no more when I shall have ceased to feel.”
– Giacomo Casanova
Hollywood Projecting Seduction
Seduction, as depicted in contemporary cinema, is undoubtedly the most influential art form of the twentieth century. From the early days of Hollywood to the high-tech cinema of today, the silver screen has accurately projected our passion, dreams, hope, faith, and fantasies―all presented in a glamorous array of majestic, seductive, and romantic masterpieces. Your views, perspective, and values will all change your life, as you watch and study romantic movies.
The following is a list of movies with very steamy, passionate scenes, selected just for you. After seeing one of these motion pictures, you’ll both be so erotically provoked and sexually aroused, you won’t be able to pry yourselves apart from each other! These picks are brilliantly sensual and hot, hot, hot!
“Unfaithful, Original Sin, Basic Instincts, The Secretary, Chocolat
Wild Thing, Jade, American Beauty, Body Heat, and 9 ½ Weeks.”