Self-Defense Protection Shield For Women
Let me tell you a little bit about “bad guys,” for your self-defense.
You probably already know that people who prey on others are cowards.
But you might not know that they are smart, too, in a certain way. You see, they are experts in detecting fear.
Go look at an elementary school playground. There are “bad guys” there, too. They call them bullies.
You will observe that some kids get picked on. Some don’t.
Do bullies just randomly pick out people for abuse? No. They have a very effective system for choosing their victims.
Allow me to let you in on a secret. Bullies, of all ages, are not looking for a fight. In fact, quite the opposite (remember, they are cowards!). They are looking for a passive target.
And here’s how they find one: They Read Body Language Cues. Posture. Eye contact. Voice tonality.
And when they find a person with soft body language; who shies away from direct eye contact; who has a timid, soft voice…then they know they have found their next victim.
So here is what you do.
Practice standing, walking, and sitting in a more confident manner. Head and shoulders held high. Breathing deeply. Relaxed, but alert. Turn to squarely face people when you speak to them.
Train yourself to make direct and brief eye contact with the people you meet. Sometimes women are uncomfortable with this type of eye contact…but it is a huge part of your “Safety Shield!”
When you speak, use deep breathing, and speak from deep within your chest (not from high in your throat). Slow down your words a little. Keep a lot of air in your lungs.
The great thing about these “Safety Shield” skills is that you can practice them all the time. Alone in your car. As you walk down the sidewalk.
You will enjoy the confident, capable state that it puts you in. You will feel safe and empowered!
P.S. We have a Women Self-Defense Class coming up this Friday, Feb. 27th CLICK HERE to find out more about it.