Newsletter – February 2014

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Hi, 

On yet another crisp, clear day in the USA Pacific Northwest, I send you warm greetings. 

425 Magazine (Premier Media Group, Inc.http://425magazine.com/) published an article on the work I do with facial communication and face-reading.  During this process I had the distinct pleasure of meeting Christine Cox, a very accomplished and gifted free-lance photographer.  

Please view her work on her website http://imagesbychristinecox.com/ and on her Facebook page at https://www.facebook.com/ImagesByChristineCox.   

View the magazine cover, and the article (including this photo) in full on the publications page of my website. https://itsallaboutface.wordpress.com/publicity-2/articles-2/

Course announcement for Europe this spring …

Belgium – Classes are being organised for the end of April / early May.  For further details and to register, please contact Inge … ingehoet@yahoo.com

England – the first level course (a series of three classes) is being offered in Suffolk on May 6th, 9th and 13th  through Picasso HR.  Class size is limited so you are encouraged to register soon to ensure your place.  For further information and to register, email lina.hogg@picassohr.com or phone 01473 784991 

Cheers!

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 January 2014 Face of the Month (www.glennatrout.com)

4. FAQ’s

5. Face of the Month – February 2014

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1. Facial features and their associated meaning – the nose wing qualities.

The nose wings are expressive of the person’s expectations of abundance and success.  Briefly, large nose wings indicate a self-reliant and self-sufficient, independent nature in taking care of themselves and their business while remaining open to outside opportunities and assistance.         On the other hand, small nose wings reflect a self-contained nature where the person would have difficulty accepting or receiving advice or assistance from others. 

You may wish to learn more in the What’s In A Face? A Dictionary for Heart-Centered Face Reading by Michael Lincoln (f.k.a. Narayan Singh).   (Note – In the ‘face dictionary’, Michael uses the word ‘plithum’ in place of philthrum.)  This reference dictionary of facial features and their associated meaning has been recently revised and you can order it through http://www.talkinghearts.net

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2. More on facial features – the characteristics of the septum

This cartilage which serves as the divider between the two nostrils is reflective of that person’s level of discernment.  For example, is s/he one that is quite observant and tries to make sense of everything . . . or maybe has a laid-back, laissez-faire attitude. 

For example, if the septum is visible below the nostrils, that person is prone to be analytical and constantly searching for the cause and effect of why things are as they are.  Because of this inquisitive nature, they tend to be capable problem-solvers and work out solutions to perplexing situations.

Where the septum is not visible below the nostrils, the individual tends to accept things as they are.  With this ‘take-things-as-they-are attitude’ they don’t often feel the need to be analytical or over-involved in complex challenges. 

What is written here is only a very brief description of this fascinating feature of the face and various aspects will be described in future newsletters. 

If you are interested in knowing more details of facial features and their associated meaning, I once again encourage you to study What’s in a Face?  A Dictionary for Heart-Centered Face Reading described above.

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 3. Glenna’s reading of the January 2014 Face of the Month (www.glennatrout.com)

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There is so much joy in his eyes which is lovely to see and feel.  Under his eyes is evidence of the grieving he has gone thorough on many occasions.  The lines in his face indicate he has carried much responsibility since he was very young.  

He is practical, direct, intelligent, kind, empathetic, invested, strategic, profound, warm, caring and open.  He takes in much information even while being considered in how he shares it.

For those studying personality programmes:  ORD, Bootstrap, PANG and KEG (in the positive outcome spectrum of releasing full human potential).

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4. FAQ’s – “How do I know if I am reading someone’s face correctly?

Glenna replies – “Any technique we used to read a person’s face or try to analyse her / him in any way is always going to be a subjective process, as we will be interpreting everything through our own “filters” (attitudes and beliefs).  I believe that any tools we use which encourage us to ask more questions and try to view events through the other person’s beliefs and feelings help us be more objective and compassionate.” 

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5. Face of the Month – February 2014

Feb_2014_face_of_monthLast month I invited your comments on one of the most photographed and recognized faces in the world. For this month I have chosen an individual who is less well known, but provides a wealth of information for ‘face readers’.  I invite your comments and questions and will provide my interpretation of his facial features in my March 2014 newsletter.

Good luck.

I always welcome your ideas at  glenna@glennatrout.com

Until next time,

Best wishes, Glenna

Website:  glennatrout.com


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