Newsletter – July 2015

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Fireworks explode over Lake Union for the Fourth of July, Saturday, July 4, 2015.  (Sy Bean / The Seattle Times)

Extending very warm greetings to you in this month of July . . . I can almost feel the coolness provided by the rocks and running water, while the Independence Day parade featured the ‘Seafair’ pirates with their theatrical behavior and menacing faces that brought fun for all!, and Sy Beans Seattle Times photograph of 4th July fireworks.

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I am delighted to share with you that I will be returning to Calgary, Alberta, Canada October 16-18 to lead a series of ‘It’s All About Face’ classes.

More details will be available soon.  It will be lovely to see you there if you can join us!

Several of you are sending me messages sharing your experiences in focusing on the eyes before going into other face reading tools. I am learning from you in this process, too, and I thank you for staying I contact!

Enjoy this season, wherever in the world you are as you read this!

Cheers,

Glenna

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In this issue –

  1. Ability of newborns and infants to read eye gaze and emotion is an important indicator of later healthy social development
  2. Eye movements reveal our secrets
  3. Glenna’s reading of the June 2015 Face of the Month (www.glennatrout.com)
  4. FAQ’s
  5. Face of the Month for July

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1.  Ability of newborns and infants to read eye gaze and emotion is an important indicator of later healthy social development

Newborn infants prefer faces that look directly at them and will try to follow the gaze of the other person when that person shifts their gaze away.  By seven months of age, an infant is already subconsciously reacting to fear expressed in eyes of people they are looking at – or in photographs of eyes showing fear. Researchers at Max Planck Institute in Leipzig report that infants in whom this ability diminishes between the ages of two and six months often develop social deficits later on.

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2.  Eye movements reveal our secrets

Eye gaze plays an important part in communication and is used to encourage and persuade.  According to Dr. Adrian Furnham in an article published in Psychology Today, who we look at and for how long can have far more impact than any words we may speak.  Read more in his article at:

https://www.psychologytoday.com/blog/sideways-view/201412/the-secrets-eye-contact-revealed

Also, the following article explains how eyes can reveal a person’s sexual orientation:

http://www.livescience.com/22120-eyes-reveal-sexual-orientation.html

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  1. Glenna’s reading of the June 2015 Face of the Month (www.glennatrout.com)

Thank you for your ‘reads’!

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So many of you mentioned the joy you see in these eyes, one with the comment that looking at these eyes had you smiling, too.  I like that!  I also see happiness in these eyes, there is a sparkle as well as the joy lines on the outer corners of both eyes.

Under the eyes – more pronounced in her left or ‘private’ side are also ‘grief bags’ or unshed tears which indicate she is processing grieving experiences over time.

These are the eyes of a generous person, one who thinks and feels deeply, worries too much, and takes her responsibilities very seriously.

When you see her entire face, you see her intelligence and determination.

You also feel her creative energy as well as sense she’s dealing fairly well with quite a bit of pressure.

For those studying personality programs those visible in just the eyes include ORD and Bootstrap.

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  1. FAQ’s – “Can you read the face of someone who is ‘pulling a face’?”

Glenna replies  When someone is ‘pulling a face’ it distorts the general shape and configuration of features and often exaggerates an emotional expression.  So, in this instance, it is most helpful to look at the personality programs that are present, as well as the transitory emotion (expression caught as the camera lens clicked) and the more deeply etched emotions that have been imprinted into a face over time.  This will give a better sense of who the person is behind the ‘funny face’ that is being ‘pulled’

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5.  Face of the Month – July 2015

Continuing this years theme I am focusing on eyes and here is my choice for July.

NENA_Kims_eyesAs you look at the eyes, I invite you to write down your thoughts, and share them with me. Last month I received many readings from newsletter readers across the world.

I welcome your thoughts and ideas and will share my interpretation (and the full face) in the August newsletter.  Good luck.

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

Until next time,

All the best,

Glenna

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