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10 ways highly perceptive people see the world differently

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We all have our own unique way of seeing and understanding the world around us.

What distinguishes highly perceptive people from everyone else is their acute awareness of the world around them and their ability to pick up on subtle nuances that others don’t pick up on.

In this article, we’ll explore 10 ways highly perceptive people see the world differently.

Let’s jump right in:

1) They see beauty in the little things

The great thing about highly perceptive people is their ability to appreciate the little things in life.

You see, most people seem to be in a constant hurry to get from point A to point B and they miss out on so many beautiful things.

Highly perceptive people on the other hand notice everything, down to the tiniest detail.

They actually stop to smell the roses!

And do you know what?

They try not to get distracted by everyday problems.

They don’t like to feel too bad about the past or worry about the future. They prefer to focus on the present moment and all the beauty that surrounds them – whether it be an actual rose, the laughter of a child, or a beautiful old building they pass on the street.

We could all stand to learn something from perceptive people because the ability to see the beauty in small things is a good way to cultivate gratitude and experience more joy and pleasure in life.

2) They pay attention to body language

Did you know that we’re constantly giving out tons of information with our bodies?

How much of that information is picked up depends on two factors: how open your body language is and how perceptive the person reading you is.

Perceptive people look for subtle gestures – the almost imperceivable tremor of a lip, the way someone fidgets in their chair, and gestures that show whether someone is open or closed to communication.

That means that they know when someone is nervous, when they’re excited, when they are angry, and even when they’re in love.

Now, you’re probably wondering how you can learn more about body language if you’re not very perceptive.

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