Face Reading

Also known as Personology, this is the study of our innate behavioural response, based on our cell proportions as determined by the genetic contribution of our parents.

How does Face Reading work?

Our faces and bodies are inherited from our parents.  So are our innate behavioural traits. And through various studies over history, links between the two have been found.

It is a purely physical science.  The practitioner looks at and in some cases measures, various parts of the face and body and relates to the client information about the corresponding behaviour trait.

It only covers the influence of our genetics on our behaviour.  This is obviously never the whole picture; our behaviour is also influenced by our life experiences and the choices we make.

It’s important to stress that face reading traits are always relative; they denote how a person will behave in relation to another person.  So if 2 people have a similar degree of a trait then, when together, they will appear to each other as if they are at different ends of the scale.  However to a third person they may appear to be very similar.  It’s also important to note that choice always overrides structure as we live under the universal laws of free will, so if we don’t like a behaviour associated with a trait, we are always able to choose to behave differently.

There is no right and wrong or good and bad with Face Reading.  One version of a trait is no better or worse than the opposite version.  We are all individuals with different personalities and behaviour patterns.  Every trait which comes from a particular structure is a strength and a challenge.

What happens in a session?

The client sits, fully clothed, and the practitioner looks at them and occasionally might take measurements, while explaining what the traits mean.  The practitioner will explain how the traits might affect them and how they can work with them to enhance their lives.

Sessions are recorded and clients can have a DVD record of them.

How can Face Reading help?

It can help us to understand ourselves better and why we respond to situations in the way we do.  This, in turn, can help us to make better choices in our lives, for example picking a suitable career or making lifestyle choices.  It can help us to work with our skills and talents rather than fighting against them based on another person’s definition of what is “normal


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