What mystery is implied by rubbing hands?
In life, seemingly subtle actions are often the easiest to “sell” us.
Like rubbing our palms and clinking the copper coins in our pockets, all of them reveal our inner thoughts.
First, rub the palm of the hand. When the child sees his mother pushing a car from the supermarket, he is likely to rub the palm and make the gesture of expectation.
Or, a 60-year-old company president is presiding over an important meeting. At this moment, the secretary sends a note. After reading, he stands up and rubs his hands, saying, “Dear, we have reached a contract with a huge company amount.
“In the videotape of the negotiation, someone rubbed his hands quickly, as if expecting something.
At the beginning of the negotiation, some people saw that this gesture was very difficult, and they would immediately pause and ask the other party if they had other arrangements in advance.
His smile will tell you that his hand rubbing motion only convinced us that he knew and liked what was coming.
People often wash their hands and rub their hands before performing this activity.
Unless he has a cold hand, he is suggesting an interest in that activity.
Maybe this is why the gambler always rubs his hands before rolling the dice.
Another stance is a sudden bad mood, which is to slowly rub your wet hands with a cloth.
This gesture is not an expression of self-confidence, but it seems to be nervous and upset.
Many people dry their sweaty hands on something when they are nervous.
Men usually use pants, and women often use handkerchiefs or toilet paper.
Testifying in court, newcomers giving speeches or athletes waiting to play, often made some gesture to wipe off the sweat on the palm.
Second, ringing the copper plate in the pocket. Dr. Sanderman observed that people who often jingle the copper plate in the pocket are either very meaningful or short of money.
Anyone who arrives at the Las Vegas seat must remember playing dice, slot machines or other gambling equipment. The copper plates in their pockets always jingle.
One of our friends is a producer of a film company. He is always used to ringing the copper plates in his pants pockets. When you ask him why he did this, his answer is: “Remind me when I had no money.
“Did you notice how the beggar walked past you, he always jingled the money in the tin can, indicating that they needed the money.
Service staff who live on tips often seem to ring coins as a means of passing information to guests.
Third, the gesture of pressing your middle finger on your index finger with crossed fingers can return to our childhood.
Young children often cross their fingers when they tell an insignificant lie to their parents, or when they are looking for good luck.
In his “The Habits of Speech and Posture”, Dr. Sander Federman pointed out that it was “a magical, avoiding evil attitude, regardless of whether the evil is born of the heart or foreign.
“A friend travelled by plane to transfer at an airport that is known for being always late. He crossed his fingers and said to others,” Maybe you can catch the transfer plane.
“In business or social situations, this stance is often more secretive than the common problems we know, and it soon separates after splitting.
In many stressful situations, this attitude was photographed.
When a party makes a request or request, they slightly cross their fingers and express their hope that his wishes will be recognized.
In certain countries, the gesture of crossed fingers indicates that they are very close.
In the United States, two fingers are joined together without crossing, and they say, “We are so close.Read More