The Do's and Don'ts For Using Body Language to Attract Men
By Rori Raye
Picture this: You're with a man you are attracted to and you want him to feel attracted to you. You are very careful to say interesting, witty things and engage him in deep conversation. But does it really matter what you say? Sometimes a man can feel magnetized by you without you having to say anything.
Here are some body language do's and don'ts for sparking a romantic feeling of attraction in him:
Don't: Lean Forward
When you lean forward toward a man while you're sitting or standing, it can feel masculine and aggressive to him. It changes your physical and emotional “vibe” and subconsciously feels like you're chasing him.
To counteract this, simply lean back. Just tilt your body backwards when you're around a man and see what happens. When you're sitting in a chair, don't lean forward when you're having a conversation. Lean back. If you're standing across from a man, put one foot behind the other and shift your weight so that you're leaning away, not toward him.
“When you lean forward toward a man while you're sitting or standing, it can feel masculine and aggressive to him.”
Do: Relax Your Hands
When women manage and multi-task, their hands get very tight. So do their shoulders and arms. Have you ever caught yourself balling your hands into a tight fist when you're speaking with a man? This kind of body language feels tense and harsh to a man.
Instead, practice letting your wrists go limp and opening your palms. Move your hands in front of your body and imagine they have no bones at all in them. If you're holding a glass or a fork, notice how tightly you're gripping and allow your hands to soften. This small change will make you feel soft, feminine and calmer. It will force you to slow down and drop tension off your body.
Don't: Have Tall Shoulders
See if you can catch yourself with your shoulders up around your ears. To a man, that looks like you're ready to pounce. It reminds him of his own tension, and he doesn't want to feel that in you. Keep a watch on where your shoulders are and consciously practice relaxing them and letting them fall.
Do: Step Back
If you feel a man pull back or lean away, it's not enough to just lean back. Actually take a step backward. This is especially good in a relationship that's getting disconnected.
This isn't about putting on music and doing a jig in the living room. To dance with a man is to let your body follow his lead in a romantic situation. When he steps forward, you step back, when he steps back, you allow yourself to flow forward. Imagine how this would work with phone calls, texts, e-mails … pretty much any conversation with a man. By allowing his lead, you'll keep from focusing too much on him and losing the rhythm of your own body.
Dancing is about responding. It's about being in the moment and not about trying to make things happen.
If you soften your body language in these ways, he'll feel compelled to be around you, get to know you, and will feel more affectionate and romantic toward you.
In my eBook, I reveal how to make the subtle energy shift that compels a man to listen and want to be more affectionate toward you. It's not just about body language. It's about embodying the feminine in such a way that it's irresistible to him. In Chapter 17, you'll get a chart of specific words and phrases to use that bring a man closer and get his attention.
You'll be amazed at how small words, movements and gestures can make such a big difference in how he responds to you. In Chapter 13, you'll learn how to listen to him (using body language) in such a way that he'll change the way he behaves toward you practically overnight. To read my eBook free for 7 days, and start to absorb all these valuable insights right away (because you can be reading the book in 5 minutes from now,) click here: Have the Relationship You Want Free Trial.
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