Perhaps plenty. Looking at the features of someones face could tell you lots about them. Are they nice? THe Chinese used to look at the face the way gypsies used to look at your hand in order to tell what your futre and fortune would be like. Jean Haner, Feng Shui specialist, married into a chinese family and learned this stuff.
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Perhaps plenty. Looking at the features of someones face could tell you lots about them. Are they nice? THe Chinese used to look at the face the way gypsies used to look at your hand in order to tell what your futre and fortune would be like.
Jean Haner, Feng Shui specialist, married into a chinese family and learned this stuff. Obviously she cleaned it up to make it more in tune with the times and more realistic. In other words a lot of the superstitions were thrown out.
THis book was basically written so you could look at your face and tell exactly who you are. You can also look at the face of other people and tell what they are like. A bit of modern wisdom is thrown in where in the author tells people to compare faces to the same racial types to get an accurate reading.
She also tells us that we are all different and approach things rather differently,that is cool seeing that all of us are different. We must be true to ourselves and allow others to be true to themselves. Now I cannot go to deeply into details but I can cover a few basics and if this seems like a book you would like then by all means check it out from the library or buy it. First off Chinese philosophy or medicine is based on 5 elements. Those elements are water, wood,fire, earth and metal.
We all have a bit of each in us at least. Some of us are strong in a few and weak in others. Most of us will fit into a certain type though. Water personalities tend to be more dreamy and enjoy their sleep. Water hangs around in the caverns below Earth and it flows in the seas and river. It is a soft hidden power. People like this often like to sleep late and enjoy theirr dreams and tend to be rather creative.
To read water features you would look at the Ears, hairline, forehead, under eye area, philtum and chin. Wood personalities are the doer. They get up on time and are always actice on some project or other. They tend to be rather industrious.
FIre people are those who lie to be in the limelight and have very showy personalities. They tend to be rather excitable and even bubbly in terms of personality. To read someones fire features you would look at their eyes, types of hair and tips of features. Your Earth folks tend to be very nurturing and friendly. They tend to be very helpful and tend to want to do good. To read someones earth features you would look at their mouth, upper eyelids, bridge of nose, area above the upper lip, lower cheeks near the mouth.
Metal folks tennd to be the ones who refine things. They also like to stay to themselves and need their personal space and boundaries. To read someones metal you would look at their nose, cheeks, Fa Lin ines, eyelids and upper brow plus any moles. THE face be divided into two or three different zones. THe right zone is where we place or public persona, the left side our hidden parts. If you do the three zones then recall that the top part is our analytical zone, the middle zone is our practical zone and the bottom is our emotive zone.
I found the book to be quite entertaining and author quite knowledgeable. I found out a bit about myself and will find such information useful in dealing with other peoople. Because if you want to help or work with others yu have to be able to read them. I have even used a mirror to reference my own face judging by the signs. I would have to carry the book around with me or, in my case, the Kindle.
I have started making notes, but that requires time that I usually devote to my own writing or promoting. One thing that I found confusing is the reference to water, wood, etc.
I As another reviewer states, this is the kind of book that you would have to reread many times. I am supposedly a wood monkey -- so does that mean I only reference the pages under wood, even though some of the same principles for water might apply. If, for example, eyes are mentioned and shown under one sign -- say fire -- does that mean that those explanations do not apply for wood?
I have tried it out on some people regarding their ears. Although I have not done this enough to make it a sure thing, the limited results have provided a positive answer. Read it and see how it works for you. It is well-written and easy to digest. Whether or not you find it useful without a photographic memory.
The Wisdom of Your Face
About Jean The Wisdom of Your Face What if you could tell, just by looking at someone, how they will tend to think, feel, and behave? And what if you could discover in your own face the wisdom that you need to be your authentic self? Based on the same ancient foundation as Chinese medicine, face reading has a depth of over 3, years of research and development. In this book filled with stories, photos and easy-to-understand information, you will discover how your face reveals your inner design, and how to live in alignment with your true nature.
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