Newsletter – August 2013

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 Hello, 

Summer weather continues to shine on us here in the Seattle area. This month’s photograph features North Head Lighthouse on the beautiful Long Beach peninsula, WA.  Lovely!  I hope the weather is being kind to you, too.

It has been a busy few weeks as fabulous people have joined with us to take a fresh look at the work and result of the training I have been conducting the past many years.  So many great ideas have been (and continue to be!) shared and developed.  We are working to design a more accurate way of describing and defining ‘Facing Facts’ and ‘It’s All About Face’.  Please share with me your thoughts about what impact these face reading tools and working with me has had with you personally or professionally.  I would appreciate your permission to use your comments in my portfolio.

Many thanks to each of you!

Best wishes always,

Glenna

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In this issue –

1. Overview of facial features and their associated meanings – the forehead

2. More on facial features – the area directly above the eyebrows

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

4. FAQ’s

5. Face of the Month – August 2013

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1. Facial features and their associated meaning – the forehead.

The forehead reflects the type of thinking style the individual uses and the degree to which thinking predominates in their functioning.  The ‘third eye’ – area above the nose and between the eyes – is reflective of intuitive capabilities.

With this in mind, review the information about skin lines in last month’s newsletter and study the forehead area of Nelson Mandela, featured as July’s Face of the Month.

If you are interested in knowing more details of facial features and their associated meaning, 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.

2. More on facial features – the area directly above the eyebrows

Paying attention to the area above the eyebrows will provide insight on the individual’s approach to life and what they think about the process of living.  By way of example, visualize someone with a protruding bone ridge over the eyebrows.  Chances are that this person is intuitive, confident, energetic, and dynamic – with a tendency to be aggressive, vigorous and charismatic.  This individual has the tendency to be systematic, organized and prefers to work out systems and routines for self (and others, if they can get away with it!).  They can become agitated if forced out of their system or if their routine is changed.

You may wish to take another look at the Face of the month archive section on my website to see examples of this facial feature.

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

mandela 2For any of us that may need reminding that every individual has immense power to challenge, influence and change the quality of life for self and countless others, keep in mind Nelson Mandela’s life journey.  His face reflects his intelligence, determination, analytical as well as creative thinking styles and his generous nature.  While there is much grief evident in his eyes, there is also such joy.  His ‘social mask’ still telegraphs a no-nonsense presence. Focus on the private side of his face to see his gentle, generous and genuine nature shine through.

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

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4. FAQ’s – “If the person in the photo has their eyes closed, can you still ‘read’ their face?”

Glenna replies – Even though the eyes are rich with information and emotion (described by many as ‘the windows to the soul’), there is much that can be ‘read’ in the face when the eyes are closed or covered by hair or sunglasses.  By applying other tools (some which we have been reviewing in previous newsletters) – such as facial features and their associated meaning, observing what lines and contours there are in various areas of the face, exploring the various personality programmes that are present in the face, decoding the layers of emotions (both transitory and the more deeply etched emotions), mirror-imaging and face mapping, we will see that each area of the face reveals much about the individual.

5. Face of the Month – August

Lady Catherine Ashton

Each month I feature a ‘Face of the Month’ and invite you to ‘read their face’. In the next month’s newsletter I offer my interpretation of the facial features.

Good luck – I welcome your feedback and please let me know how you get on with your analysis!

If you have a suggested ‘Face of the month’ for a future Newsletter please e-mail me at facingfacts@aol.com

Until the next time, best wishes,

Glenna

Website: www.facingfacts.info
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