Newsletter – July 2014

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Wishing you a happy July …

In this part of the world, summer is here, the sun is out (today), and local art is decorated for the annual  4th of July parade and celebrations. Glorious outdoor adventures and travel will, I hope, take you to beautiful and fun places.

Questions and feedback from recent classes has been encouraging as well as thought provoking. I always appreciate the constructive honesty as well as infectious enthusiasm that those participating in the classes share.

Further introductory level classes are scheduled to be held in the Boardroom at the Courtyard Marriott in Kirkland during July, August and September.

For further details, please email me – glenna@glennatrout.com

Whatever season your part of the world is enjoying, I trust you are finding and enjoying the beauty. And do keep in touch.

With kind regards,

Glenna

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In this issue –

1. Overview of facial features and their associated meanings – mouth irregularities

2. More on facial features – tightly closed mouth

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

4. FAQ’s

5. Face of the month – July 2014

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1. Facial features and their associated meaning – mouth irregularities.

Mouth irregularities reflect an imbalance or distortion in the individual’s process or manner of relating to other people.

For example, if one side of the mouth is higher than the other, it indicates that there is an imbalance between their social projection and their actual inner experience. Where their right side of the mouth is higher, they place a lot of emphasis on what others think. However, if it is their left side of the mouth that is higher, they tend to be more independent and self-determining.

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2. More on facial features – tightly closed mouth

The individual behind the tightly closed mouth is likely to see the negative side of every situation. This feature projects a ‘grit and bear it’ type of pessimistic attitude of a person who believes s/he has little ability to change the direction of their life . . . so they feel / believe they are a ‘victim of circumstance’.

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

Portrait Of Romantic Young Couple EmbracingIt was fun receiving emails from many of you with your ‘read’ of the June face of the month.

Alex, from Belgium, joined in for his first venture and was spot on!

I appreciate the depth and detail you are observing in both the ‘social mask’ and the ‘private’ side. “Friendly, open, full of life, creative, intelligent – with his ‘social mask’ showing pleasure and contentment (even a bit of naughtiness) while his ‘real self’ shows seriousness and pragmatism.” I would add determination, self-acceptance in his personal self and a bit of anxiety or guardedness when entering unfamiliar situations.

I also observe one who likes practical jokes, just as the ‘bit of naughtiness’ suggests.

For those studying personality programmes: PANG, ORD and a bit of BOOTSTRAP.

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4. FAQ’s – “What does it mean when a person has a really small mouth?

Glenna replies – This feature is often indicative of a ‘self-made person who has the tendency to be fiercely independent and often an ‘emotionally seated unit’ who seeks to take care of their own needs without imposing on (or needing) others.

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5. Face of the Month – July 2014

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My July ‘Face of the Month’ is one of the most famous actors in the world – Harrison Ford.

Those of you who have joined me for presentations or classes will be familiar with my expression  ‘Our face is like a road map’, and Harrison Ford’s is no exception.

This recent photograph provides plenty of material for new and experienced face readers, and I invite your observations and comments.

My interpretation of the lines, contours and interesting features on his face will feature in the August Newsletter.

Good luck to you, and again my congratulations to Alex for his very accurate ‘read’ on last months featured face.

Email:  glenna@glennatrout.com

Website: glennatrout.com

Until next month – all the  best.

Glenna

 

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