6 Ways To Make a Human Connection With Someone

There is so much value each time we make a human connection with someone

 

“Never underestimate the empowering effect of human connection.
All you need is that one person, who understands you completely, believes in you and makes you feel loved for what you are, to enable you – to unfold the miraculous YOU.”

 – Wordions

 

Relationships are an integral part of life and without them, we wouldn’t learn a thing. Making a genuine human connection allows us to thrive in life. There are many ways to make a human connection with someone, which can help us become the best version of ourselves. Strong relationships can help a person learn new things, expand their perspective, accomplish goals, discover new talents, and even help us to find a greater purpose and meaning in life.

The benefits of a healthy relationship improves our overall well-being. In order to live a balanced life, our physical health is not the only factor we need to consider. Our social wellbeing, which includes our faith in others and humanity as well as our positive interpersonal expectancies is a major contributor to our overall health.

Often times, our first contact with someone new is the best chance to make a genuine, human connection with someone. It’s also your only chance to make a lasting, good first impression with your personal brand.

Here are 6 things you can do to make a greater human connection with someone

1. Eye Contact

Have you ever looked deeply into someone’s eyes? The eyes are the windows to the soul and making eye contact with a friend, family member or loved one can create a clear, deep connection with that person. It helps to cultivate trust, honesty, and comfortability. It can help one another feel safe and secure in the relationship creating a bond that the two can only share.

 

2. Smile

A warm, genuine smile is our universal language that doesn’t need any kind of translation. It’s sweet, simple, and to the point. A cheerful smile can brighten up anyone’s day and is an easy way to make that deep connection with another human being.

 

3. Listen Deeply

Are you hearing what the other person is saying while you’re talking to them? Or are you really listening deeply? If you’re already thinking about what you’re about to say, then you’re listening with your mind, and not with your heart. Listening deeply to understand what they are trying to express will allow you to feel their emotions. Having an empathetic connection and responding accordingly will build trust and sincerity in your mutual, respectful relationship.

 

4. Be Sure To Be Present

When you’re speaking to someone, are you fully engaged in the conversation? Or are you multitasking or doing something on your phone? Being fully present means that you are 100% focused on that person, listening to every word, reading their body language, and sharing space with them in that present moment. Paying full attention to the person you’re talking to will enhance your human connection.

 

5. Communicate Consciously

Conscious communication can only be achieved when individuals have compassion and care in their hearts. When people care about one another, they help to solve each other’s problems as opposed to making them worse. Being in a state of consciousness and communicating with an open mind and heart shows that you trust one another despite being more vulnerable to criticism and judgement.

 

6. Be Real

People can see a fake a person a mile away these days. Being the real and authentic self is not only the best, but the only way to live a true and abundant life. Take off the mask, peel your outer layers and express your true and authentic self. People will appreciate and respect you more and you’ll definitely make a deeper human connection not just with others, but more importantly, with yourself.

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