Face reading

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For centuries, the Chinese have believed your facial features can reveal hidden truths about your personality. It may sound unbelievable, but a recent study published in the Royal Society of Biological Sciences journal found men with a certain face shape were more likely to be deceptive.


Chinese face reading is an ancient branch of Chinese medicine, which teaches that you are born with a personal blueprint that is yours and yours alone, and that this inner architecture can be read in your outer design - the features of your face


 


So could there be more to it than ancient myth? Chinese philosophy dictates there are 5 elements which influence our lives: wood, water, fire, earth and metal. Each of us has a mixture of these elements in our faces, with one of them dominating.

 


Every feature of one’s face has positive and negative interpretations & connotations . Chinese face reading goes beyond personality traits & character, it focuses  on destiny and fortune as well. The face is a map of a person’s fortune and luck.


Face reading is an ancient technique used by the Chinese to determine a person’s character, emotions, as well as career path . It was first used in TCM ( traditional Chinese medicine ) for medical diagnosis.


What do we read on the face ?

  • bones structure
  • Complexion , skin
  • Eyes
  • Nose
  • Mouth
  • Forehead
  • Ears
  • Jaw bones

Did you know that our emotions affect our face ?

-When we are feeing down, our lower face takes this direction ( down ) too.

- When we are happy our face appears as  a lift , the Qi/ energy goes up  .


Many companies use personality profiling systems such as DISCMyers-Briggs  to help assess job applicants.

Many HR professionals & Business Coaches are also trained in NLP and body-reading techniques. While these methods undoubtedly provide much useful information, it is possible to study ways to provide ‘appropriate’ answers, both verbal and non-verbal with Face reading.

Categories

  • Personal Well Being

  • Psychologists

  • HR professionals

  • Business owners/CEO

  • Self-development