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What Do Your Facial Features Say About You?

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What Do Your Facial Features Say About You?

Discover Your Inner Nature With Chinese Face Reading
Jean  Haner
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Sep 07, 2016 at 09:45 AM

How do you feel when you look at your reflection in the mirror each morning? Most days you may feel great love for that beautiful face but, to be really honest, some days, do you ever sigh that you hate your nose, or, “Oh my god, is that another new wrinkle?”  

What if I told you that every feature on your face, every wrinkle that you grow has a positive and affirming message for you, about your true nature, and how to fulfill your purpose in the world?

Chinese face reading is an ancient branch of Chinese medicine that teaches that the patterns of features on your face are like a spiritual “map” of your personality – a map that you can follow to find lasting love, discover your calling, and live authentically.

You were born with the features that you have for a reason, and each one has many messages for you about your strengths, challenges and the lessons you came here to learn! Let me give you some examples:

Rounded Forehead = The Intuitive

If your forehead is rounded, it’s a sign that you have a natural intuitive ability. Perhaps you often know the answer to someone’s question before they even finish asking it, or it may be that you can just download information from the “other side.” Many psychic mediums have foreheads like this.

No matter what, it’s probably that if someone asks you how you thought of that answer, information or idea, you’d shrug and say, “It just came to me.” Chinese medicine would say that you have wisdom in your bones – You were born with an inner knowing.

People like this tend to be dreamers, who don’t go through life in a linear trajectory but instead explore the world, flowing from one career to another, or one place to another. Goals aren’t so important to them – experiences are!

But sometimes they can “flow” a bit too much and not make as much progress as they should. Then they just end up treading water in life. One “cure” in Chinese medicine is for them to ask themselves, “Where do I want to go next?” This little push can get them in motion again.

Often the Intuitive’s life purpose is to be a healer, intuitive advisor, or pure innovator. I also see them succeed in the arts, especially music, but they can also excel in medicine, science or finance, creating innovative new ways for us all to do things!

Strong Eyebrows = The Warrior 

Being a Warrior doesn’t mean you fight with people! A Warrior is someone who is a change agent – who feels driven to make the world a better place. The fuller and stronger your eyebrows, the more you’ll want to create positive change for other people.

People like this tend to be naturally self-confident, assertive, and goal-oriented. They’re well-organized; and value logic and common sense. It can be frustrating if they have to deal with drama queens who wallow in their emotions rather than getting their job done!

If this is you, you’ll love to stay active physically, are energized by regular work-outs and especially thrive spending time in nature. You also love to stay active mentally and that often shows in how good you are at problem-solving. 

Overall, people like this can be quite driven, but risk pushing themselves too hard, becoming workaholics. They can neglect time to replenish, but without it, they’ll eventually become too stressed out to achieve anything. One “cure” for this in Chinese medicine is to use their natural talent for staying organized - to schedule downtime!

There are many ways to fulfill your Warrior purpose, such as through entrepreneurism, or getting involved in a cause, or as I frequently see, as a fantastic personal coach, because you excel at creating a logical plan for someone to reach their goals!

Crow’s Feet = The Opening Heart

There are some wrinkles you’re supposed to get! They’re signs of personal growth, and these diagonal lines by the sides of your eyes are one example. Chinese face reading calls Crow’s Feet “Joy Lines,” and they reveal that not only are you naturally warm and affectionate with people, but that your heart is continuing to open as you go through life.

You only develop Joy Lines if you frequently smile in a genuine way. False smiles only involve the muscles around your mouth but in true smiles, the muscles around your eyes also move, thus forming these lines. Western science has actually found that people have a strongly positive reaction to a face with these wrinkles because they feel they’re going to have a good experience with this person – And that’s true!

The outer corners of your eyes are one of the places on your face where we can see the condition of your emotional heart. If you have Joy Lines, it’s a sign that despite any heartbreak you’ve experienced, you haven’t shut the doors of your heart – In fact, you’re focused on opening your heart more and more. We all want to develop Joy Lines.

When you can see the true nature of each person in your life, you can dissolve all barriers to love. When you can learn to read your own inner spirit, you discover your personal guide to a life with less stress, more joy, and the success you truly deserve.

There’s so much more to share with you! Click here for my upcoming online course! 



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Jean  Haner
Jean Haner teaches powerful techniques to “read” people’s inner natures. With a 25-year background in the ancient Chinese principles of balance and health, Jean places an emphasis on compassionate and affirming ways for people to live in alignment wi Continue reading