The Universal Language of FACE READING

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9781494744403: The Universal Language of FACE READING
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The most interesting subject of all subjects is to “know thyself” and see how we fit into the scheme of things. If you order this book you are entitled to be part of a free ongoing in-depth pictorial study of this subject by request at ireneeriter@comcast.net A face can be read like a book. The minute a person comes into view you can accurately determine all kinds of traits which are so common that reference to them is used in our everyday language. Terms such as “high-brow,” “thin-skinned,” “level-headed” and an “ear for music” are valid actual traits that can be observed on people. Based on scientific data from physiology, neurology and genetics, this study of traits show that the structure of something actually defines its automatic function. A box can’t roll like a ball; a ball will roll because the structure is round. A strong muscle functions differently than a weak one. All individuals have the same number of bones and muscles as other normal individuals of the same sex, but they vary in proportion of tissue devoted to certain functions. We each have our own unique “receiver-set” which receives the same stimulus as other individuals, but because we are wired differently we have different timing responses. There are no bad or good traits. However, traits will inherently automatically express unless one chooses to react differently. This teaching is a powerful asset on every level; for you and the other person. This knowledge affords the opportunity to ease into a flow of sensitive, non-judgmental positive communication and provides a better understanding in relationships, in sales, for friends and in knowing self. For instance, you can see if a person is open-minded or skeptical merely by the angle of their nose. You can surmise if a person values money and wants his money’s worth, or is more interested in people values and just wants to help (it works better to ask a salesperson with a helpful "ski-jump nose" when you need to return something.) For hiring, you can tell if a person is more or less self-reliant. People with a "nose for news" attract news and others just naturally want to confide in them. One trait all babies are born with is an up-turned nose ready and open for everything. All these things are easily seen from just the shape of a nose! The background of structure analysis is reviewed in this work. It covers the history all the way from Hippocrates to longitudinal progressive studies that are used in research today. The book has 90 fully illustrated traits with high/low definitions plus the history of structure analysis. Invaluable for counselors, lawyers, judges, teachers, human resource people, parents; and most of all, self discovery. See website thescienceofpersonaldress.com for complete study of the Universal Language of Color and Line based on The Law of Attraction. You are welcome to contact Irenee at ireneeriter@comcast.net

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The most interesting subject of all subjects is to “know thyself” and see how we fit into the scheme of things. A face can be read like a book. The minute a person comes into view you can accurately determine all kinds of traits which are so common that reference to them is used in our everyday language. Terms such as “high-brow,” “thin-skinned,” “level-headed” and an “ear for music” are valid actual traits that can be observed on people. Based on scientific data from physiology, neurology and genetics, this study of traits show that the structure of something actually defines its automatic function. A box can’t roll like a ball; a ball will roll because the structure is round. A strong muscle functions differently than a weak one. All individuals have the same number of bones and muscles as other normal individuals of the same sex, but they vary in proportion of tissue devoted to certain functions. We each have our own unique “receiver-set” which receives the same stimulus as other individuals, but because we are wired differently we have different timing responses. There are no bad or good traits. However, traits will inherently automatically express unless one chooses to react differently. This teaching is a powerful asset on every level; for you and the other person. This knowledge affords the opportunity to ease into a flow of sensitive, non-judgmental positive communication and provides a better understanding in relationships, in sales, for friends and in knowing self. For instance, you can see if a person is open-minded or skeptical merely by the angle of their nose. You can surmise if a person values money and wants his money’s worth, or is more interested in people values and just wants to help (it works better to ask a salesperson with a helpful "ski-jump nose" when you need to return something.) For hiring, you can tell if a person is more or less self-reliant. People with a "nose for news" attract news and others just naturally want to confide in them. One trait all babies are born with is an up-turned nose ready and open for everything. All these things are easily seen from just the shape of a nose! The background of structure analysis is reviewed in this work. It covers the history all the way from Hippocrates to longitudinal progressive studies that are used in research today. The book has 90 fully illustrated traits with high/low definitions plus the history of structure analysis. Invaluable for counselors, lawyers, judges, teachers, human resource people, parents; and most of all, self discovery.

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