March 2013

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Hullo again, and thank you for visiting my website and my March 2013 Newsletter.

There are early signs of spring here in the Pacific Northwest of the States.  How lovely it is to experience the day-light hours stretching out as the garden begins its growing season.  

 If you have been following the news, many well-known personalities have experienced huge shifts in their lives.  I would be interested to hear how you read the changes in their faces so please email me.

 Heidi sent me information on Body Language Cards http://www.bodylanguagecards.com  I always enjoy learning of various approaches and resources in the study of understanding human beings and human doings and appreciate each of you sharing your discoveries and impressions with me.

 Joan sent a link to an article from the New York Times reviewing a book on facial expressions and the effects of botox – The Face Of Emotion, How Botox Affects Our Moods and Relationships by Eric Finzi, MD.  The perspective the author takes is inviting me to study and think more about how facial expressions affect long-term health.  Fascinating!

Due to unfortunate circumstances, the introductory class in High River, Alberta, Canada needs to be rescheduled to a later date.  We will post details of the new dates when confirmed.

 As always, I invite you to keep in touch as I enjoy hearing how you are using the face reading tools, too.

All the best,

Glenna

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In this issue

1.   Overview of the entire face (face mapping)

2.  What are the most obvious things to look for in this section ?

3.  Glenna’s reading of the February 2013 Face of the Month (http://www.facingfacts.info)

4.   FAQ’s

5.   Face of the Month – March 2013

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1.  OVERVIEW OF THE ENTIRE FACE.

This is the relationship of who they are to their context and life purposes.

What is their destiny, given who they are and the nature of the world?

What is their relationship to the world?

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2.  WHAT ARE THE MOST OBVIOUS THINGS TO LOOK FOR IN THIS SECTION ?

Here we can see how congruent the face is both in comparing left and right sides as well as the emotions displayed in the upper and lower sections.  The more similar it all is increases the odds that ‘what you see is what you get’ in that there will be fewer totally unexpected surprises as you get to know or observe the individual in a variety of situations.  When there are many differences or incongruities, it is indicative of a complexity of the individual and their life circumstances.

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3. GLENNA’S READING OF THE FEBRUARY 2013 FACE OF THE MONTH.  (http://www.facingfacts.info)

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Several of you had a lot to say about Lance Armstrong, the general theme being immense disappointment and disillusionment with the extent of deception from one who was so recently admired and respected for his commitment to and success in cycling and the charity he founded.

Analysing the facial features and personality programmes in this photo – there is immense focus and alertness, a detached determination, inflexible yet creative energy (potential for explosive anger), tendency to be indignant with self-protective strategies, idealistic and perfectionistic.

This is a personality that adheres to ‘rigid recipes’, is self-assured and results oriented, motivated by success at all costs.

For those studying personality programmes: AYM, PANG, Bootstrap, IC and a bit of KEG

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4.  FAQ’s – Your January and February newsletters described the right and left sides of the face.  I keep getting confused between which side of the face is the person’s ‘public’ side and which is their ‘private’ side.  Help me, please.”

Glenna replies – In the beginning, this can be challenging.  The ‘public’ face is the right side – place your right hand straight up onto your right half of your face – that’s the side we refer to as the ‘mask’.  Now, place your left hand straight up to the left half of your face – that is the ‘private’ side.  Do I have you even more confused now?  Hope not!   One of the tricks I used to train myself to always look at the person’s left face for my first impressions was to pretend I was shaking their right hand in greeting and look across our outstretched arms to the opposite side of his/her face.

I look forward to hearing if this helps!

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5.  FACE OF THE MONTH – MARCH

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I invite you to try your skills at ‘reading’ faces.

It’s fun.

Next month I will provide my personal interpretation.

I always welcome your interpretation too.

Email:  facingfacts@aol.com

Till next time,

Best wishes,

Glenna

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