Newsletter – January 2014

Hello, 2014 New Year Seattle

There is so much more in the news about face reading these days and with the web it is now easier to connect with others who have interest and talent in this area of human study.  What has caught my attention recently include facial-coding technologies which are being used to scan faces.

Mid-January, one company will be offering face-reading software to mobile app developers who can use it to monitor potential customers reactions to advertisements.  Other proposed uses include education, healthcare and gaming.  Currently, one company developing the software has the requirement that people give their consent to being filmed even though this technology can easily be implemented without a person’s knowledge.

Bill Cordingley has an interesting website and blog on face reading and has published a new book titled ‘In Your Face’.  Find out more about his methods at http://www.facefrontiers.com

Lin Klaassen has blogged about how to spot a psycho killer, and also has a book out on face reading – http://www.facereadingbylin.com

             Not exactly face reading but fascinating all the same, studies being conducted by researchers at the University of York in England and the University of Glasgow in Scotland are finding that by ‘zooming in on high resolution face photographs’ it is possible to ‘recover images of unseen bystanders from reflections in the subjects eyes’.  This may prove to be yet another valuable tool for use in criminal investigations. 

Best wishes to you and those you love throughout the New Year!

Glenna

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In this issue –

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

2. More on facial features –tip of the nose

3. Glenna’s reading of the December 2013 Face of the Month (www.glennatrout.com)

4. FAQ’s

5. Face of the Month – January 2014

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1. Facial features and their associated meaning – nature of the nose

Continuing with the study of the nose, let’s now consider the ‘nature’ of the nose.  The shape and characteristics of the nose give a glimpse of the individual’s manner of expression of their will, intention and actions regarding their desires and values.  It also reflects their self-worth.  For example, a well-shaped nose indicates the person possesses a balanced and effective manner in functioning in the world.  They are able to manifest their personal power and influence in a contributing and self-enhancing manner.  While a long nose is indicative of a strong personality, a short nose reflects an open-minded, flexible and adaptable nature.

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2. More on facial features – tip of the nose.

The nose tip is indicative of how the individual relates to the world around them, particularly on issues of trust, contribution and emotional involvement.  You will have access to specific details on a variety of nose tip shapes in “What’s In A Face? – The ‘Dictionary’ for Heart-Centered Face-Reading” by Michael J. Lincoln, PH. D.  Visit the resources page of my website (www.glennatrout.com) for details on how to order your copy of this invaluable reference manual.

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 3. Glenna’s reading of the December 2013 Face of the Month (www.glennatrout.com)

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Not as many of you sent your ‘read’ for the December Face of the Month so I am guessing that it was a busy season for you. 

She is an attractive, intelligent, determined and creative woman who, at expense to herself, works hard to keep others happy.  While she is smiling with her mouth, there is a substantial amount of grief evident in her left (‘private’) eye and sadness in both eyes.

For those of you who did the mirror image and face mapping exercise,  well done for noticing incongruence between the ‘public’ and ‘private’ face as well as in the emotions expressed in the upper and lower halves of her face.  You did note that her smile did not reach her eyes and that the sadness in her private face is more pronounced in this photo.

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

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4. FAQ’s – “During an interview, my attention was captured by a pronounced cleft in the tip of nose of the man interviewing me.  I hope he didn’t feel I was being rude when my gaze kept returning to it but I was just trying to figure out what it might mean.  Can you tell me?”

Glenna repliesDuring the first three years I was studying face reading, I found myself staring at many facial features in a similar manner you describe.  Isn’t it interesting to be aware of so many fascinating details in faces?  I must admit that I am glad that I can now ‘switch off’ being consciously aware of face reading.  To answer your question, the cleft in the tip of the nose is indicative of someone who tends to be analytical and discriminating, but can also be withdrawn, skeptical and possibly suspicious in nature.  Please let me know if you got the job you were interviewing for!  Cheers!

5. Face of the month – January 2014

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To start the New Year I have chosen one of the most photographed people in the world – Pope Francis.

His facial features provide new and experienced ‘Face readers’ with an interesting and absorbing challenge. 

As always, I welcome your thoughts and interpretations and will supply mine in the February Newsletter.

Good luck.

Until the next time,

All best wishes,

Glenna


 

 

 

Email:  glenna@glennatrout.com
Website:  glennatrout.com


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