Your Face is A Blueprint of Your Personality
An expert in Chinese Face Reading, Jean Haner, teaches people how to read their inner nature! She helps people align with their true selves. “The same qualities that reveal the state of your body also have parallels in your emotions. Your face is a blueprint of your personality.”
Soul & Survival (2008) is the place where Grant Bentley, a homeopath that focuses on the face for diagnosis and expression. He reads the face and gets an understanding of the individual. Our inside is expressed on the outside. He explores the relationship between energy and matter as seen with facial structure and universal forces. His work incorporates information that details human behaviour both in groups and as individuals, inherited unconscious memories, stress responses and the link between social phases of history and universal time cycles.
Faces are Fascinating!
When a baby is just born we look to see who the newborn resembles. We come into the world with a combination of features that show our heredity, yet are all our own. Maybe the more we resemble a parent, the more we are like that parent? What do you think?
Our appearance changes throughout lifetime! Our facial features reflect our inner self, how we are feeling is portrayed in the outer self. Our emotions show on our face with our expressions and can even cut wrinkle lines showing we are studious, sad, worried, happy. etc.
Grant Bentley has mapped out the face and features demonstrating their different forms, colors and proximity on the face to each other. There is a lot to be learned. Caricatures actually are pretty true to form, which exaggerate features to depict an expression. We get the picture and meaning.
Where will live and in what temperate zone also plays a part in the development of our facial features. Exposure to sunlight, squinting at the computer screen all day, bracing against cold dry winds that dry the skin.
The care we take to the body effects us, as well. if we are nurtured and well rested we have good color and softer rounder features.
Today people are very worried about their appearance, especially trying to stay young looking. We will all age, it is just a matter of aging gracefully. The hairline also is involved in genetics and the facial analysis. This goes to show that nutrition plays an important role in our appearance. That goes for our entire lifetime, not just during gestation.
Fluids also make up the majority of our cells and composition. The more we hydrate the better we can flush toxins from the system. We also know that people who ‘drink’ a lot get red noses and spider veins. Is this taken into consideration in Grant’s analysis?
Do Our Thoughts Contribute to Our Appearance?
We do believe that is a true statement. If anyone has tried EFT tapping you know that you can actually see a change in a person’s face as they relax. A look of surprise! Can open the eyes wide. When in awe or startled see how the mouth opens. If your facial muscles are tight that changes the way you look. Definitely, mood effects the way we appear to the outside world.
Can We Change Our Appearance from the Outside In?
Just a weird thought and question for all readers. Just like people who have a nose job or reconstructive surgery, can they change their personality of shyness to extroversion? This may be true also. Just a hypothesis.
If you change the shape of your eyebrows, you will definitely look different. More wide awake, more symmetric, balanced, sweeter, evil, and if you do this every day can you change from the outside in?
If you wear lipstick or get botox botulism injections to plump up your lips will you become more sexual and appealing? Your nose and ears keep growing your entire life. Isn’t that bizarre? Well, yes, we do keep changing and growing. We can see obvious skeletal and bone changes in our entire body as we age, we shrink.
Celebrities Put on A Face
It’s all over the news, Huge Grant declared he would not smile in 2010 because it makes him look fat. Does this reinforce how we feel about ourselves inside, what picture we portray to the outside?
Do we have the power to change how we look?
The Los Angeles Times described Hugh as never being “less charming” and USA Today said, “Hugh grimaces and winces but none of it will draw even a tepid laugh. He has more chemistry with the grizzly bear in the movie than with co-star Sarah Jessica Parker.”
What if you could tell, just by looking at others, how they tend to think, feel, and behave? What if your partner’s face revealed the best way to resolve any conflicts between you? And what if you could discover in your own face the wisdom that you need in order to be the best you you can be? Based on the same ancient foundation as acupuncture and Chinese medicine, face reading has been in the “research and development” phase for over 3,000 years. When translated to make it meaningful for our Western lives, it’s a powerful source of wisdom that we can all access. Chinese face reading shows you how to live your life in alignment with your own natural flow, find the life path that gives you joy, attract relationships that nurture you, and most of all, enable you to feel compassion for yourself and others. This book will forever change how you see yourself . . . and all the people in your life!