• Body Rocking

    by AlphaWolf & Co.

    author:          “Mystery”
    date:             Tue 22 Jan 2004 01:06 GMT
    website:       www.fastseduction.com old forum
    subject:       Body Rocking  …The person who moves the least (i.e., the person who reacts the least) will often be perceived as the one with more social status. If you are not moving …

    Body rocking is the use of physical movement to create the impression that you are just about to leave the set. In other words, it’s a nonverbal false time constraint. You must make those in the set feel like you are not staying long. As you speak, begin to turn away and shift your weight to your back leg like you are about to leave, then return as you say, “Oh, by the way, before I go…,” and stack to your next story or routine.

    It’s not good to have a lot of extra motion while you are in set, and some beginners have a problem with bouncing around or fidgeting.

    Beware: Usually this sort of motion is unconscious, and it expresses nervous energy. Without a faithful wing to point this out, you may not even realize you are doing it. Movement like this can wreck an otherwise perfectly good set.

    The person who moves the least (i.e., the person who reacts the least) will often be perceived as the one with more social status. If you are not moving for a calculated reason, such as for performing body rocking, then it is better to stay in one spot, with a comfortable body posture. Avoid fidgeting.

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