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Are you able to assess another persons’ personality by looking at their face? Have you ever wondered how others see you? Are you interested in making positive changes in your life? If so, and you have answered yes to one of the above, then may be the right place to start. Face reading is empowering, because in truth, your face cannot tell a lie. Consider a facial assessment as a starting point toward self awareness.

Facial clues reveal the inner workings of your mind and body. The face contains more muscle groups than any other part of the body. Thus, when your mind is active there is more subtle movement in your facial muscles than in any other part of the body. One can say that there is a direct link between the brains activity, i.e. electricity, and muscles. Let us use the example of the customs agent from some country’s’ immigrations service, day in, and day out, looking at peoples faces, hundreds a day, week after week… etc. Well, after enough faces and experience the C. agent begins a subjective process labeled recognition patterning/ memory, and eventually (given boredom has not seized the important brain areas of recall/learning) develops an in heightened flare for the obvious. A veteran C. agent can with high levels of probability guess what you are concealing in your mind (via your face), before even inspecting your luggage.

Self-awareness helps you achieve possibilities and make changes in your life. Knowing your self also helps you relate to others better in both your professional and personal life.

Your face is a living record of your existence in this world just like your personality, and is shaped by both hereditary factors and your responses/choices to the “environment.” Imagine while negotiating, speaking, or interaction, the ability to discern a persons emotional position and mental mindscape a skill many might wish to possess.

The art of facial reading-physiognomy focuses on relationships between physical features (internal and external) and psychological traits/behaviors. This is purely a scientific process and unrelated to any psychic ability. However, a skillful face reader could call upon additional natural psychic insights to deepen a particular assessment.

Your face can speak hundreds of words to you and to others, in some cases without your awareness. Why not begin to become aware of the messages you project to others.

The features of the face from forehead to neckline reveal important information about your health, personality, and diet. Ethnic variations, cultural dietary traditions, the age of a culture, the genetic diversity, and a list of other factors will be taken into consideration at sixty reference points in all.

The eyes considered being the window of the soul actually contains the smallest muscles in the human body; coupled with, the optic nerve is constructed of brain tissue. Thus, the eyes can and do reveal chemical, emotional, and neurological elements, taking place inside the body/mind.

The ancient Indo-Asian self-healing texts state small eyes suggest a proclivity for accuracy and attention to detail; whereas, large eyes depict honesty and caring.

The cheek with prominent color is an indication of excitement and outgoingness. Pale cheeks show the ability to hide emotions.

The skull , fascinating studies on the skull as recently as months ago from a leading University in Canada (study of hockey players) reveal the shape of a skull( broader than it is tall) indicate high levels of testosterone, seasoned with aggression.(nooo! hockey players aggressive...who knew!)

The skull alone can reveal a wealth of data, starting with skeletal problems past, present, and future, to potential recipients for the condition of migraines.

In closing, facial assessment has been around for centuries and deserves a revived place in the ongoing study of the Human condition, both in serious science and in self-help studies. We at welcome you to put us to the test.