Much is written about what various facial traits mean such as the shape of our head, the length of our nose, the tilt of our ears, the size and shape of our mouth and lips, and so on.
The basic premise of Oriental physiognomy is that each individual represents a walking history of his or her development. The strengths and weaknesses of our parents, the environment we were brought up in, and the food we have eaten are all expressed in our present condition.
Our facial features can be ‘decoded’ or ‘read’ to reveal many things, such as attitude, beliefs, and health issues. Please refer to the Resources page for further recommended reading.
The best reference book I know of on this aspect of face reading is ‘What’s In A Face? – A Dictionary for Heart Centered Face Reading by Narayan Singh. Order it here.