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WHAT IS CHINESE FACE READING?
Chinese Face Reading originated several thousand years ago and there are many accounts of its beginnings. One of the most popular is that an ancient Emperor (probably descendant of the Han Dynasty) wanted the best general to send into battle to keep him in power. The ancient scholars and Taoist monks were enlisted to makes inventory and assessments of faces to understand people better. Since then the results have provided a way for anyone to understand personality, temperament, likely behavior and health from facial shapes, features, lines, divisions of the face and many other factors. Once it became evident that a person's health could also be assessed from "colorations" in various areas of the face, Chinese Face Reading became a part of Chinese medicine. This was greatly helpful to ancient doctors in treating women whom they were not allowed to touch. As with most of Eastern Medicine, it was developed through observation and the first school teaching Face Reading was founded around 400 B.C.E. Today, Face Reading
is not only used in Chinese Medicine by Acupuncturists and but also by all types of business and health professionals. It is a tool with many benefits for everyone who chooses to learn it.
HOW CAN CHINESE FACE READING HELP ME?
Health: Reveals clues to longevity and current or potential health issues through "colorations" and markings on the face.
Business and Career: Helps hiring managers select better candidates for jobs and job seekers to identify manager's characteristics. Helps employees in conflict find ways to resolution agreeable to both. Also, helps identify one's character and personality traits for a more fulfilling career (Golden Path).
Relationships: Identifies characteristics, likely behavior and what is most important to individuals for better understanding, conflict resolution and enjoyment.
Self: Helps determine inherent strengths and challenges for better health, career choices, wealth potential and what I feel is its greatest use: how to be more "ourselves" and appreciate our inherent gifts!