Newsletter – November 2013

King 5 Glenna and Margaret (2)

Hello, 

October was a busy and wonderful month filled with several events where we had the opportunity to meet and work with a variety of interesting and engaging people.  The photo (above) features the set of Seattle based King 5 TV’s ‘New Day Northwest’, and my opportunity to promote ‘Facial Communication’ with charming hostess, Margaret Larson.

Earlier in the month, a full day class for special investigators in western Washington was a great experience. http://www.waiasiu.com/pdf/2013_conference.pdf

MN2 (2)I also enjoyed the opportunity to work with Michelle Massman of Massman and Associates. (http://massmanassociates.com/popup-myvp.html) at Women’s Showcase in St. Cloud, Minnesota.  http://womensshowcase.com/about.html. Michelle and I are pictured at the event, entitled, ‘Unconventional

Also this monthAmy Yamada http://amyyamada.com  and I launched our joint training ‘Non-verbal and Facial Communication’.

We were also invited to join Margaret Larson on King TV’s New Day Northwest on the 30th October.  You may have been among the record number of people who visited by website as a result of the television broadcast.  To view the interview please visit http://www.king5.com/new-day-northwest/Facial-communication-expert-shares-her-skills-229874061.html

A huge ‘thank you’ to everyone who I have come into contact with during the last (busy) month. I really appreciate the comments, questions, suggestions and messages, and thank you for joining me on the ‘Facial Communications’ journey.

All the best,

Glenna

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In this issue –

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

2. More on facial features – cheekbones

3. Glenna’s reading of the October 2013 Face of the Month (http://glennatrout.com)

4. FAQ’s

5. Face of the Month – November 2013

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

In this area of the face we gain information of the person’s manner of self-expression.  The right cheek shows the manner in which the person reacts to events and environment while the left cheek expresses the individual’s internal feelings, needs and intentions.

2. More on facial features – cheekbones.

Cheekbones reflect the person’s relationship to risk, responsibility, personal power and self-expression.  To gain insight on the individual’s display of public power, observe the right cheekbone then compare that to the left cheekbone for insight into how that individual feels.

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3. Glenna’s reading of the October 2013 Face of the Month http://glennatrout.com

Tom Clancy 3 (3)Once again, I invite you to do a mirror image of this Face of the Month.  Do you see two distinctly dissimilar personas when you compare the ‘social mask’ (his right side) with the ‘real self’ (his left side)?  This photo of Tom Clancy demonstrates the effort he put into projecting good health and happiness, when the private side of his face clearly depicts a different story. Mr. Clancy died on October 1st 2013 of an undisclosed illness.

For those studying personality programmes:  KEG (especially in his private side), PANG, ORD and Bootstrap.

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4. FAQ’s –  “I’ve heard that by the time we are forty, we have the face we deserve. What does that mean?”

Glenna replies – I love that expression!  I have used it in my classes, but I do not know where the quote originates from, so please tell me if you do.

I take that to mean that as we age, our deepest felt emotions (left or private side) and the emotions we express the most (right or public side) become deeply etched in our face.  By the time we’re 40 (and often long before that, actually!) our face is a billboard of our emotional history.  Some faces are full of joy, others have little traces of it; some are frightening to look at because of the anger or aggression that is so obvious; others are open, gentle and friendly while some of full of anxiety – and so forth.  When we change our attitude toward self, others and life, it soon shows on our face.  So, as the song says . . . ‘Be Happy!’

Email:  glenna@glennatrout.com
Website:  glennatrout.com
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5. Face of the Month – November 2013

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Thanks to everyone who e-mailed me with their thoughts and interpretation of the October ‘Face of the Month’. This month I hope to challenge you with another interesting face.

If this is your first visit to my Face of the Month section, – welcome.

Each month I offer an interesting face to my readers and invite them to form their own judgements about the emotions and ‘facial road map’.  I welcome comments and questions comments via glenna@glennatrout.com and provide my personal interpretation on the following months Newsletter.

Don’t be shy – try it. It’s fun.

Thanks again for visiting my Newsletter. I hope that you enjoyed it.

Till next month, my best wishes,

Glenna

http://glennatrout.com

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