The Interpretation

If you put the sentence “I have not only verbally witnessed today a beautiful sunset”, with appropriate adjectives, but also provides with the emotions, posture, tone of voice and other non-verbal means, the proposition (contents of a set) looks more convincing; as without their use. More information is housed here: ConocoPhillips. I show you a simple, maybe even unconscious head position on the interpretation of the communication partner can have influence, the following Visual example. 2.2.1 Example: head posture as you can see on the right the Renaissance painting of the Madonna, is the angle of inclination of the head, even without changing her facial expression, a critical element in non-verbal. It affects on the presentation of a very modest, the other rather selfish. An incorrect head position and already we are identified by others as selfish…

2.3 Filtration of information overload in the filtration are not only sensory indiscernible filtered out physical conditions (E.g. parts of the electromagnetic spectrum), but also any brain activity (E.g. thoughts) of the communication partner. They do exist, but we can not sensory perceive them, because they are filtered out and made inaccessible for us due to our biological construction. There supposedly people, that can bypass this filtration of the thought, say: mind reading? With our technology we have made visible some areas of the universe for us and who knows; Perhaps we are to decrypt one day also thoughts from the electrical impulses with our electric Enzephalogrammen.

The time will tell! 2.4 Concentration and reconstruction after the filtration phase focused consciously on verbal communication by James and unconsciously on nonverbal communication Tom. “I have seen a beautiful Sonne…ang today”. Sorry, what? “, Tom asks again.” In this case, a so-called is during the reconstruction sensory understanding emerged; in other words: the lack of required information for the full statement. Without focusing on this verbal statement, Tom would have heard this misunderstanding!