Newsletter – October 2015

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Happy greetings to you …

…while the seasons are changing once again, it is my sincere wish that this finds all well with you and those you love.

Recent adventures in Montana and Idaho have been another reminder to me of how much beauty there is in this world.

Listening to the news is a sad reminder of how human beings sabotage that beauty on so many levels.

I return to the study of facial communication as encouragement and tools toward understanding what motivates individuals in their choices and look for ways to encourage, influence and be a catalyst for positive change.

For those of you within travelling distance of Calgary, I look forward to working with you throughout the next full introductory course scheduled to be held at South Health Campus on October 16-18 in Calgary, Alberta, Canada.

Course details and registration available from Danielle – danilandry74@gmail.com or Pam – Pamela.Hurst@albertahealthservices.ca

Live to enhance the beauty in each moment, always …

Glenna

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In this issue –

  1. Hooded eyes …
  2. Pupils that are not round …
  3. Glenna’s reading of the September 2015 Eyes of the Month (www.glennatrout.com)
  4. FAQ’s
  5. Eyes of the month – October 2015 – part of my Face of the Month series

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   1.  Hooded eyes …

When the eye is shielded by the eyebrow, upper eyelid, or extra skin fold that droops over the crease, one needs to concentrate more to see what is behind the shield.  I have found many individuals quick to conclude that any type of hooded eye telegraphs deception or deviousness.  It is important to remain open minded while considering other options such as has there been a need for that person to learn skills in deflection or self- protection as a first line of observation or defence.

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  1. Eyes where the pupils are not round …

… result from a condition called coloboma which actually is a gap or hole in any structure of the eye caused from a congenital defect.  In most cases, it is the iris that is affected and may result in the pupil appearing to be shaped like that of a cat or have a key-hole shape.  Usually, if only a small part of the iris is missing, vision is not affected.

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  1. Glenna’s reading of the September 2015 Eyes of the Month (www.glennatrout.com)NENA_Sylvia

Consistent kindness, acute watchfulness, gentle wariness and innate wisdom are what I first notice in these eyes.

In her public (her right) eye I see creative yet aloof determination and in her private self (her left) eye I notice a bit of residual fear, the need to be vigilant and aware.

She is highly intuitive and has a lovely sense of humor.

For those studying personality programs consider …. Bootstrap and ORD

Thanks to everyone who e-mailed me with their thoughts and interpretation of last months eye’s, and my special appreciation to Sylvia for volunteering to have her photograph taken earlier this year.

I welcome and encourage your comments on this months eyes which are featured in Section 5 (below).

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  1. FAQ’s – When I am talking to a colleague at work I am distracted by the way one of her eyes dilates noticeably more than the other eye. I find this fascinating but don’t know what it means?

The formal term for pupils that are not the same size is ‘anisocoria’ and it is not uncommon for most of us to have slightly different sized pupils.  However, it sounds like you colleague’s situation may be more than slight.  If it is a new condition or there is a large difference she has hopefully sought medical advice as it may not be a problem but just might signal an underlying health issue that needs treatment. For those of you studying personality profiling, it is a sign of more Bootstrap personality traits being present.

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5.   October 2015  Eyes of the month, part of my Face of the Month series

NENA_Lorraines_eyesThis section provides new and experienced face readers with the opportunity to test their skills.

You are invited to share with me your thoughts and interpretation of my chosen eyes of the month.

I am thrilled when e-mails arrive from around the world from folks who are willing to share their views.

In the November 2015 Newsletter I will provide my interpretation and feature the full face of the volunteer.   Good luck.

Until next time,

All the best,

Glenna 

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

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