Face Reading: The Eyes

February 28, 2008
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Face reading is a 2,000 year-old science that accurately describes a person’s inner true nature by looking at his or her facial features. Our hidden potentials, gifts and life lessons are manifest for all to see in our faces! Face Reading can help maximize your positives and minimize your negatives.

Our repeated thoughts and emotional responses gradually step down to be recorded in the soft tissue of our faces. Every facial feature, from the jaw shape to the contour of the ears, the hair color and texture, and the alignment of the teeth all mean something to the trained eye.

Over two thousand years ago the Chinese developed an intricate system of facial analysis which helped them to accurately assess the character and destiny of individuals. They used this art to select their emperors. So specific and accurate was their system that it has lasted for centuries in Europe and the East as a guideline for understanding ourselves and the true meaning of those around us.

The face understood through the wisdom of physiognomy (face reading) is a record of inner emotions and life events. The over 250 muscles of the face, which individually form and change as one heals from within, reflect the nervous system of a person, his/her health, temperament, disappointments, and successes.

Understanding our strengths, weaknesses, and character, we can see what others “intuitively” see about us, and can maximize our positive. By understanding others’ true natures and gifts, we can get along better with our families, our friends, and our business associates. In business, by reading others more accurately, we can offer them better service. The student of face reading has a tangible skill for understanding him/herself and other people.

Here are some general rules on eyes. Keep in mind one must take into account the whole face and all its features (jaw size, nostril shape, mouth and lip structure, teeth formation, etc.) to read someone’s character accurately.

1. Large (size) eyes: Individuals are often warm, affectionate, emotional people who are also generous and sentimental. (If the large eyes are also wide-set, the person may procrastinate on projects or be late for appointments.)

2. Small eyes: may reveal a reserved or rigid mindset or someone who may just be private or withdrawn. (Combined with close-set eyes, the above characteristics are enhanced.)

3. Eyes of different sizes: may reflect a difference in how the person sees themselves and how he/she views the world.

4. Deep-set eyes: may indicate a deep thinker or careful planner. Introverted or withholding, the person may reveal his deep emotions only to a trusted few.

Eye color and pattern are partly genetic and partly a result of environmental factors and how we live: like freckles. If you never go in the sun, you’re less likely to have them and vice versa – DEPENDING upon your individual sensitivity.

The personality and overall health/condition/potential of an individual can be read through the eyes, the face, the hands (including palms and fingerprints!), feet (and footprints!) the ears, tongue, body, movement, energy field, handwriting, and many other ways. There are also multiple personality systems. Although each system/approach emphasizes a slightly different focus, much of the information is similar/overlaps and reinforces what you’d get in the others. Mostly it’s a matter of skill, preference, cost, convenience or “comfort” that determines which approach to use at any time. Same in medical/health diagnosis/treatment/care. LOTS of methods!

The basic premise of Oriental physiognomy is that each individual represents a walking history of his or her development. The strengths and weaknesses of our parents, the environment we were brought up in, and the food we have eaten are all expressed in our present condition. Our posture, the color of our skin, the tone of our voice and other traits are externalizations of the conditions of our blood, organs, nervous system, and skeletal structure, which in turn are the result of our heredity, diet, environment, and activity.

The eye provides sixty percent of the information you receive about a person’s current condition.

The eye is directly connected to the brain via the optic nerve, and it will tell you the condition of the nervous system and the brain.

The brain requires thirty times more oxygen than other body cells. The eye requires eight times more oxygen than other body cells. Consequently, when the brain is receiving less oxygen than it needs, the first place that will be revealed is in the eyes, since the eyes are more sensitive to oxygen than the rest of the body.

When one is assessing another person’s health or mental alertness, the eye is the most important tool in the body. No other organ can tell you as much about the person’s inner condition.

Keep in mind one must take into account the whole face and all its features (jaw size, nostril shape, mouth and lip structure, teeth formation, etc.) to read someone’s character accurately.

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