Saturday, March 24, 2007

Face Reading - What Your Face Says About You

Face Reading - What Your Face Says About You
by Therese Donnelly

What Does Your Face Say About You?

Face reading can help you discover hidden talents, achieve greater understanding of yourself, identify your true career and help suggest what you are really capable of.

The study of faces has a history stretching back to the time of the ancient Greeks and its astonishing accuracy continues to impress today. Face reading is a fascinating way of discovering your own and other people's character and abilities.

The term "personology" (face reading plus the study of body structure) was first used in the last century by Dr Edward Vincent Jones, a United States Superior Court Judge. Whilst presiding over thousands of court cases he recorded the physical characteristics of every conceivable type of individual. Reviewing earlier literature on the subject, Jones determined to resolve the conflicting ideas he found there. Eventually he was able to confidently match physical traits with human character and behaviour.

A full face reading will take account of the structure of your nose, angle of the forehead, the shape and position of your ears and the size of your lips, among many features.

A personology reading will also include the overall structure of your body and hands and the texture of your hair. Do you have a gift for music? If you are unhappy with your job, what would you really like to be doing? Why is one child good at sport and another not? Is your future partner likely to be more bad-tempered than most? These are the types of questions face reading and personology can answer.

Personology can provide guidance with:

* behaviour problems in young people
* selecting a satisfying career for yourself or your children
* choosing a partner you could be compatible with
* identifying hidden talents
* achieving greater understanding of your own and others' preferences and inclinations
* enhancing your selling skills

We all practise personology though usually we are unaware that we are doing so. It happens when we find ourselves drawn to some people, neutral to most and repelled by a few. If we ask what prompts our reaction, the answer is likely to be vague. By studying face reading and personology, we can determine why it is that we respond to people in the way we do.

Can you recognise any of the following traits in yourself?

Low eyebrows can be a sign of an affable nature - meaning someone who is approachable and easy-going. When the gap between the eyes is wider than the eyes themselves, this indicates tolerance. If there is an even balance between one side of the face and the other, this shows emotional stability. A wide face means self-confidence whereas a narrow face hints at someone with a more timid nature. A full lower lip is found in people who find talking easy - hence the slang term "lippy" for someone who talks a lot.

All the face reading traits described apply equally well to men and women and people of all nationalities.

The author has a life-long interest in self-knowledge and self-improvement. For more information about personology and a FREE Face Reading e-book visit You are welcome to use this article provided the active link within this signature box is included.

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