Newsletter – November 2014

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Hello again from the beautiful Pacific Northwest,

I feel like I am in Dr Who’s Tardis Time Machine and hurling through time … each day, week, month seems to pass by so quickly!

It has been a quiet month for me as far as classes and presentations on the topic of face reading, but rich in terms of sharing time with friends and family. I am very lucky and appreciative. With all sincerity, I hope you are enjoying your life as well.

Do not hesitate to let me know if I can be of any assistance.

Have a great month!
Glenna

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In this issue –

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

2. More on facial features – well-rounded and even-sized jaw

3. Glenna’s reading of the October 2014 Face of the Month http://www.glennatrout.com

4. FAQ’s

5. Face of the Month – November 2014

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1. Facial features and their associated meanings – the jaw.
This is an area of the face that shows determination and whether or not the individual is committed to imposing their will.

There are several specific examples listed in 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 http://www.talkinghearts.net

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2. Facial features and their associated meanings – well-rounded and even-sized jaw.
This configuration indicates that the individual has created a balanced life for her or himself. They tend to be successful, respected and strong.

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3. Glenna’s reading of the October 2014 Face of the Month http://www.glennatrout.com

Portrait Of Middle Aged Man Smiling At The CameraOnce again I received some accurate ‘reads’ from several of you, thanks for taking the time to email me!

Each of you picked up on the rhetoric lines under both eyes, but it is more pronounced in his private side. When comparing the two sides of his face, his ‘social mask’ shows more determination and stubbornness while his private side reflects a more relaxed nature.

His eyes indicate that he has worked through deeply painful life experiences and chooses to focus on more positive aspects of life.  He has the propensity to quietly over-analyze and blocks his intuition.

He is astute, strategic, expressive (very good with words), creative, practical and self-sufficient. He is also ethical, and expects the highest of standards from self and others.

For those studying personality programs: This is an interesting mix of KEG, Bootstrap, and PANG in his ‘social mask’ persona and ORD, PANG and Bootstrap in his private persona.

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4. FAQ’s – “In one of your classes you talked about ‘grief bags’. What did you mean by that?”

Glenna replies – From a face reading perspective, bags under the eyes are seen as unshed tears or unresolved grief…hence the term ‘grief bags’. Every tear shed is a stitch in the heart, so it is also possible to get an idea of whether or not an individual is processing their grief, suppressing it, choosing to live with it as a close companion, capitulating to it or choosing to heal. I hope each of us chooses to heal through our individual and collective life experiences.

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5. Face of the Month – November 2014

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This is my selection for the November ‘Face of the Month’.

Thanks again to everyone who e-mailed me with their observations on the October Face of the Month.

Please do not be shy, I love reading how you interpret the faces that I select.

Learning to read facial expressions is fun and not a precise science. My interpretation of this months selection will be featured in my December Newsletter.

Good luck.

Until next time, all the best.

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

Glenna

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