Newsletter – July 2013

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Greetings from Seattle. 

I hope each of you are finding ways to enjoy the season – wherever you happen to be.  We were near Mt. Rainier recently and continue to be impressed by the rugged beauty of this area.    

Please join me in sending best wishes for a complete recovery to all our friends and colleagues in High River, Alberta, Canada that continue to be deeply impacted by the flood disaster last month.  If you have not been following the recovery process, please look up some of the local news such as this website – http://globalnews.ca/news/679914/province-takes-over-flood-recovery-rebuilding-in-high-river/

Thank you for continuing to send me your questions and comments.

Cheers,

Glenna

 

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In this issue –

1.  Overview of facial features and their associated meanings – skin characteristics.

2.  Let’s take a look at skin lines.

3.  Glenna’s reading of the June 2013 Face of the Month (www.facingfacts.info)

4.  FAQ’s

5.  Face of the Month – July 2013

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1. Facial features and their associated meaning – skin characteristics.

Many of us do not think of it as such, but our skin is one of the largest organs of our entire body.  Learning more of how each part of our body functions is a fabulous way of increasing appreciation for the miraculous aspects of every bit of the self.  Not only does our skin protect our muscles and organs, serve as insulation and helps regulate our body temperature, it also interfaces with our surrounding in many other ways.

From the aspect of face reading, the condition and nature of the skin is a valuable source of information about who the person is and what has happened to them.  One of the skin characteristics of the face that is most noticeable, especially as we get older, are wrinkles – which are also known as ‘mood amplifiers’ since they reveal much about the individual’s emotional make up and experiences.  Other aspects that are notable include such characteristics as elasticity, the presence or absence of freckles, smooth or rough skin, thin or think skin, colouration, lines and so forth.

Again, just becoming consciously aware of these various aspects as you look at faces will encourage more intuitive insight.  However, if you are interested in knowing more of the deeper meaning behind these aspects of skin characteristics, I once again encourage you to study the What’s In A Face? A Dictionary for Heart-Centered Face Reading by Michael Lincoln (f.k.a. Narayan Singh).  This reference dictionary of facial features and their associated meaning can be ordered online from the website www.talkinghearts.net.

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2. Let’s take a look at skin lines.

Have you ever paid attention to the various kinds of lines in people’s faces?  Next time you study a face, think about any horizontal lines in the skin as indicating youthful interest and enthusiasm while vertical lines denote worry or anxiety.  Sagging lines telegraph ‘sagging thought patterns’ in the mind which often come through as attitudes of resignation and resentment about life.

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3. Glenna’s reading of the June 2013 Face of the Month (www.facingfacts.info)

June 2013 face

This face portrays an interesting combination of personality types for those in the advanced face reading courses.

In reviewing characteristics of each of the personality types listed below, several of you described this individual as pleasant looking on the surface, with strengths which include being very determined, astute, strategic, accomplishing and coordinating.

Characteristics that some may see as strengths and others would experience as challenges (depending on perspective) include such qualities as being indignant in his self-protective stance, judgemental, obscure, meddlesome, contemptuous and  coercive.

There is no doubt that Rob Ford has seen his share of controversy in his tenure as Mayor of Toronto, Canada.

For those studying personality programmes:  KEG, ORD, PANG, AYM,

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4. FAQ’s – “I saw a woman today who had very deep lines from the corners of her mouth to the bottom of her jaw.  They made her mouth look almost like a puppets mouth.  What does this mean?”

Glenna repliesWhen the lines from the corners of the mouth to the bottom of the jaw are very deep (‘almost like a puppets’) – that usually results from an early childhood environment where they were not allowed to see or speak the truth about what they observed or knew to be happening in the home.  (For example, if there was alcoholism, mental illness, or something else in the family and there was pressure to keep it secret, family members had to act and talk like everything was ‘just fine’.  The huge elephant might live amongst them in plain sight, but no one was allowed to see or talk about it.)  From the information above, we can also factor in that the vertical lines telegraph the presence of worry or anxiety over the situation.

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5.  Face of the Month – July 2013

mandela 2This month I invite you to ‘read’ one of the best known, and most photographed men in the world.

You may wish to make your own assessment and wait for my interpretation which will feature in the August 2013 newsletter.

Alternatively, if you would like to share your thoughts or  have any questions please send them to me at facingfacts@aol.com    Good luck.

Enjoy the season, wherever you are in the world this month.

All the best,

Glenna

Email:  facingfacts@aol.com
Website: www.facingfacts.info

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