Recently, there is a hot TV program. It is “Heart Signal.” Several men and women live together in a house and every night they send messages to people they are interested in. In this program, panels watch the entire process and predict who each person will send messages to. Panels also catch signals between participants. Heart signal is a reaction or response between woman and man of good feeling.
Each person has different ways to show their interest or feelings towards others, although it is difficult to hide their feelings from people they like. And there are common effects shown by participants of the show, which can unconsciously reveal how they are feeling.
First: “Elbow Effect”. The elbow is insensible area on our body. If an opponent’s elbow touches another, a bond can be created with that opponent without burden. This action can psychologically grow one another closer to each other and may increase one’s preference towards an opponent.
Second: “Catfish Effect.” This is the effect of raising potential of other competitors through the presence of other competitors. In contrast, when one person is in love, then a rival appears, they can instead lift another attraction on their own. In this TV program, once new participant showed up in house, one’s overall expression of interest changes into more aggression.
Third: “Shaking Bridge Effect.” This is a
proven psychological effect that has been proven in real life experiments. The level of attraction between two people on a shaking bridge is higher than on a stable bridge. Even for a short time, people felt closer and friendlier towards each other on the moving bridge. Psychological anxiety and fear speed up breathing and heart rate, resulting in our brain confusing this reaction as a feeling of love. If you try to win someone’s heart, you had better select a dynamic date location.
Fourth: “Mirroring Effect.” This is a phenomenon
that when people unconsciously follow the behavior of an object of interest. Following the actions of another person gives oneself confidence and comfort. It is connected with a good feeling. In particular, the deeper the intimacy, the more likely people are to imitate each other. That is a proven effect that is commonly used in marketing as it can be interesting just by following the actions of others.
Fifth, “Prod Law.” Men pretend to be indifferent towards another and appeal to their charm. Rather, they are emotionally stimulating one with intentional behavior, causing another to be opponent interested.
Sixth, “Carotid Law.” This is unconscious phenomenon that woman show her carotid to interested man. If she exposed herself by touching her neck and wrist, she had interest in him. It is a women’s psychological response to appeal men by touching their weakness parts of the body.
Finally, “Navel Law.” Navel’s Law occurs when people’s navel is pointing towards someone they are interested in, all of which is done unconsciously. In fact, many studies measure one’s interest or intention based off the direction of one’s navel. In short, the direction of your navel is where you are giving the most.
Now we can understand various psychology effects and rules. As is obvious, someone shows you the heart signal, however, we can’t be certain sure that someone likes you. But the signal is tendency in real people’s psychology aspect and it is difficult to hide their heart. So, it cannot ever be ignored. And most of participants who sent signals to a specific person, did so unconsciously in this program. Similarly, we are sending a heart signal to someone and receiving it, even if we don’t know it. Let’s look around. Maybe someone is sending you heart signal!
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