The ancient Chinese art of face reading is over 2.500 years old, and it was documented as long ago as the time of Confucius. By looking at person’s face and the features on it, the reader gets a lot of information: the character of the person, the potential, disposition, creativity, and whether the person is fortunate or not so fortunate. In face reading, capability for something or personality traits are, indeed, shown in the features and other facial markings. Yet no feature is good or bad. The question to be asked is “Good for what?” The nose, for example, represents wealth, but just as the display of wealth takes different forms, the shape of the nose can show the potential for generosity, lavishness, thrift, greediness or accumulation. The key here is to know your own strengths and weaknesses. You are not doomed by any feature!
The face is divided into
THREE MAJOR ZONES.
Each reveals details of the specified period in life. The top part from the hairline to the middle of the eyebrows represents youth, age 14 through 30. From the middle of the eyebrows to the bottom of the nose represents mid-life, age 31-50. The lower part of the face, from the bottom of the nose to the tip of the chin, represents maturity, age 50 and after. Childhood, from conception to age 13 is represented by the ears. If the zones are balanced—all three parts are of equal length—it indicates a balanced life. If one zone is dominant, it indicates the part of life in which the individual will be most effective. The shortest zone indicates the part of life in which you will have most of your problems.
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