Newsletter – January 2016

Happy 2015 16

Wishing you all the best in the New Year …

By now you may have seen my brand new blog, the first one featuring Bill Cosby. If not I invite you to use this link:

https://itsallaboutfacebyglenna.wordpress.com/2015/12/31/welcome-to-my-face-reading-blog/

As with the newsletter, I encourage you to practice your face reading skills and share your thoughts and questions with me.

As promised last month, throughout 2016 the monthly newsletters will focus on the lower half of the face, this issue beginning with the mouth.

Happy New Year…
Glenna

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In this issue –

1. Review of mouth meanings

2. What can we read in a very small mouth?

3. Glenna’s reading of the December 2015 Eyes of the Month (www.glennatrout.com)

4. FAQ’s

5. Face of the Month (lower half) – January 2016

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1. Review of mouth meanings
As a brief overview, the mouth reflects how an individual will be perceived and reacted to by others. It reveals information about that person’s emotional and self-expressiveness as well as indicating how much s/he is willing to receive and share.

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2. What can we read in a very small mouth? (featured in this month’s photo)
Very briefly, a mouth that is small in proportion to the rest of the face projects a self-made and self-reliant person. They tend to be attentive to detail, sometimes to the point others would feel is ‘nit-picking’ or petty.

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3. Glenna’s reading of the December 2015 Eyes of the Month (www.glennatrout.com)

Amy_full_face

These are the eyes of a visionary, one open to all possibilities.

Creative, positive energy and intentions emanate from both eyes, masking the grief, protectiveness and exhaustion that are also present.

For those studying personality programs consider ….

SLIM. ORD, Bootstrap, and PANG

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4. FAQ’s – When one of the newscasters on national television speaks, only one half of her mouth seems to move while the other side is very stiff. What does that mean?

Whenever we notice incongruence in the face, the first possibility to consider is whether or not the individual has experienced an illness, injury or surgery that may have resulted in restricted use or movement of some facial muscles. In the event this is not the case, then apply the face mapping tools and examine which section(s) of the face the restrictions are in. This process will begin to allow you insights into projected personality as opposed to how private the individual actually is, what ‘rules’ they were taught in childhood regarding ‘professional v. personal persona, and so forth. Let me know if you have further questions on this”.

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5. Face of the month (lower half) – January 2016

New Year, new challenge !very-small-mouth_use

Starting this month I will be teasing you with a photograph of the lower half of a persons face and inviting your observations, and thoughts about the individuals personality.

I always welcome your thoughts and ideas and will provide my interpretation in the February 2016 Newsletter.

You can always e-mail me at glenna@glennatrout.com 

I’m really excited to receive your views and interpretations about Bill Cosby’s face which is featured on the first edition of my blog at https://itsallaboutfacebyglenna.wordpress.com/2015/12/31/welcome-to-my-face-reading-blog/

Good luck and thank you for sharing time with me

Until next time

Glenna

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

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