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Give me 5 minutes with anyone and I can tell you more about their character than a 10-page résumé. I have “read” thousands of people who tell me I know more about them in a few minutes than their spouse, family or friends ever have.
Am I the only one who has access to this ancient secret?
No, anyone can do what I do by simply learning the Art of Face Reading. I have trained hundred’s of people in a one-day workshop, the step-by-step process of learning this wisdom.
Have you ever had a gut feeling about someone? Have you ever asked yourself what is this person truly like? Well, we all read people at some level. Since the beginning of time, we have used our instincts to survive and we have evolved into very sensitive Human Beings.
Unconsciously, we all read faces. How would you like to read faces consciously? The Art of Reading Faces gives you the tangible tools to recognize a person’s true character.
How is it that a cartoonist can draw a few angled lines on a page and you know exactly who they are portraying? Why do movie directors hunt high and low for a certain look in an actor? Is it because they fit the role? Imagine if a soft baby-faced person was picked to portray a rough, rugged cowboy in one of your favorite classic movies. I’m sure you would feel that the storyline was good but the actor does not fit the part. Are you starting to get the picture?
Face reading, like body language, gives you a leading edge in unspoken communication. This incredible knowledge will give you the tools to read beyond a résumé.
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This is one of the most powerful ways of getting to know yourself and others in all your relationships. When you see the core potential of a person, you will also see their peak potential.
“As an investigative tool, face-reading is being used by a growing number of police and investigative agencies in Europe and North America, says Trout, a former U.S. police officer.” The Vancouver Sun – Sept. 18th, 2004
Face Reading, How To do it
The first impression you get from a person is the most important. What are the overall structure and the most prominent feature that jumps out at you?
For example, the face shape may be square and practical, the oval maybe sensitive and flexible, the rectangular maybe steadfast and ambitious, or the round face maybe easygoing and willing to please.
A person’s most prominent feature may be their warm, large brown eyes, a prominent nose that may be a bit ‘nosey’, or thin, tight lips may find life ‘tastes somewhat bitter’.
I look at the person’s forehead to see how broad and open-minded this person is in their thinking. The profile shows me their preferred way of processing information. Are they very observant, do they have a long-term memory or a high imagination?
At this point, start to notice the left and right sides of the face. Are they in balance? How is the left masculine analytical mind working with the right feminine creative mind? Most people have an imbalance which shows me that there is an inner conflict that needs to be resolved.
Next, we notice the shape, placement, and quality of the eyebrows to understand the degree of communication between their thinking and feeling. When you lift your eyebrows, you lift your thoughts about what you’re feeling. In other words… bright idea!!!
Then we experience the special privilege of looking into their eyes, ‘the windows to the Soul’. Their size, shape, angle, depth, and color, all indicate their heartfelt point of view and how they express or suppress their inner world and, how they interact with the outer world.
The nose ‘knows’! The nose knows it all! It shows how they have learned to project their personal identity. Are they stable and steadfast, sharp and exacting, or prominent and outgoing? The nose points to honesty, dependability, self-confidence or strength.
Wow, now the lips! Do they have full ‘Hot Lips’ like Marilyn Monroe or are they pursed and tight showing a holding back of their sensual expression. The degree of creativity, intuition and sexual appeal is shown in the top lip and the vocal expression is shown in the bottom lip.
The width and depth of the jaw and chin show the stability, vitality, determination and the ability to carry through and support the expression of the above traits.
Their tell-tale lines etched into their face show the deeper feelings and habitual characteristics of their personality. Wow, all this in the first few minutes as we come face-to-face!
You will be amazed at the accuracy of Face Reading. You might think you are pretty good at reading people already and you probably are, because we are all face readers. Face Reading is our original form of communication. As babies, we do it instinctually, as adults we need to get out of our intellectual minds and learn it all over again.
Author: Carole Friesen is North American’s top trainer in “The Art of Face Reading” and “The Secrets of Body Language” Workshops. Carole has read thousands of faces at Expos across Canada and the USA. She has a Diploma in Teaching Psychosomatic Therapy and BodyMind Analysis.
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