Face Reading JK Rowling

Face Reading JK Rowling
Face Reading JK Rowling. Can you even begin to imagine what it is like to be this extraordinary novelist?

Face Reading JK Rowling, what will impress you most? What kind of person is the author of the Harry Potter series? And do you share any face data with her? You just might!

Granted, she’s nominated for our latest Face Reading Contest .  Which goes through the end of this month.

But I couldn’t make myself wait. Before then, which non-contest nominee’s face was I going to read in the meanwhile?

Steve Bannon’s? So many Trumpians look as though they’re auditioning for the faculty of Slytherin.

Joy! This morning I wanted joy. And so let’s pursue an invitation to joy. Thanks to JNANA’s sweet nomination. At that aforementioned contest.

About that contest, incidentally… What remains to be said? How there’s loads of room for new nominations.

(Which faces do you most want me to read? Nominating them is easy, you know.)

First of All, Face Reading Basics

Here’s the picture of Jo Rowling that I’ll use for today’s sample of the kind of physiognomy that I use and teach, Face Reading Secrets®.

As for the rest, you’ll probably get the hang of it simply by reading the rest of this post. Although, if you like, you can scamper. Yes, scamper, all the way down to the end of this post. For more background.

Face Reading JK Rowling: Persuasive Lip Proportions

How to See this Face Reading Characteristic

Compare the fullness of Rowling’s upper and lower lips. Her lower lip is three times as full as the upper lip.

The Corresponding Talent, According to the System of Face Reading Secrets

Exceptionally persuasive. Golly, I’ve heard rumors this woman can write persuasively. Not just speak that way.

(As in, I’ve even been to one of the Harry Potter Theme Parks. Twice. :-))

The Potential Challenge

Unscrupulous persuasion, just for fun and profit?

Note: I don’t think so. Aura reading confirms that Rowling does live in Enlightenment.

Face Reading JK Rowling: Unpadded Nose Length

How to See this Face Reading Characteristic

Follow J.K. Rowling’s nose from the bridge up to right-above-her-nose-tip.

You can see that central ridge very clearly. Meaning: Very Unpadded Nose Length.

The Corresponding Talent, According to the System of Face Reading Secrets

Needs to work on her own, create on her own.

The Potential Challenge

Having to work with others? As in overcoming inner discomfort as the Harry Potter blockbuster became a world phenomenon?

Face Reading JK Rowling: Wariness Index, Straight

How to See this Face Reading Characteristic

Look at the shape of the bottom half of each of J.K. Rowling’s eyes. (A.k.a. Wariness Index or Lower Eyelids.)

Although each lower eyelid could be anywhere from straight to curvy, she’s got a matched set.

By the time of this photo, each eyelid is as straight as could be.

The Corresponding Talent, According to the System of Face Reading Secrets

Intense loyalty to friends.

The Potential Challenge

Trusting new people might be difficult? Likewise, believing in the sincerity of her so-numerous fans? How about being able to stand all the business partners and hangers on who have appeared in her life?

Mega-fame is hardly a bed of thorn-less roses!

Face Reading JK Rowling: Deep-Set Eyes

How to See this Face Reading Characteristic

Put on your 3-D glasses. Or else just imagine you’re wearing them.

Then you can see how J.K. Rowling’s eyes are tucked deeply into the area beneath her eyebrows. A 3/4 or side view would show this more clearly. So here you go.

The Corresponding Talent, According to the System of Face Reading Secrets

Able to censor her speech. A great deal of appropriate reserve (even if she weren’t British).

The Potential Challenge

Holding in a great deal of annoyance? Being too polite for her own good, sometimes?

Face Reading JK Rowling: Unusual Template for Eyelid Thickness

How to See this Face Reading Characteristic

Start with one eyelid, either one. (Both show something similar.)

Toward the nose, you’ll see a very large amount of Eyelid Thickness. For instance, picture J.K. Rowling wearing bright pink eyeshadow. Close to her nose, you’d see a lot.

But that Eyelid Thickness tapers rapidly and dramatically. Until it’s almost completely gone halfway-and-all-the-rest-of-the way.

The Corresponding Talent, According to the System of Face Reading Secrets

Regarding her closeness to other people, this pattern for Eyelid Thickness suggests an unusual dynamic.

A bit more intense in her personal life (as her left eye shows a somewhat more intense version of what shows in the right).

In work and personal relationships, then, here’s the template or pattern that may occur quite often.

More About This Template

Seems to me, initially, J.K. Rowling connects powerfully with a new acquaintance. (Even if she doesn’t trust that person. See my interpretation above concerning her Wariness Index. Nonetheless, J.K. Rowling learns a great deal.)

Sadly, soon the romance is over. Reality and even disillusionment set in.

The Potential Challenge

Relationships with new people might be one disappointment after another?

Augment that dynamic by mega-fame and you have a terrible sorrow that just keeps repeating.

In Conclusion

Even in Enlightenment, everyday life isn’t necessarily easy for J.K. Rowling. Based on this bit of face reading… Admittedly shorter than a full face reading session… Seems like working alone can be so much easier for Rowling than having to face her public.

Of course, J.K. Rowling never set out to become the richest woman in England. Or nearly as famous as her creation, Harry Potter.

No stranger to pain, even before her public life became a worldwide phenomenon! Yet I gather that fame hasn’t taken old pain away for  J.K. Rowling. (Does fame ever remove pain, really?) Rather, fame has added new pressures and pain.

Seems to me, it’s still not easy, not remotely easy, for her to deal with relationships.

In fascinating ways, her aura could tells the rest of the tale. Complementing the rest of this awe-inspiring story. Oh, I can’t resist.

Oh, JNANA, count me in. Officially, then, I’m motivated to devote a second celebrity reading to  J.K. Rowling!

Check back at this blog next week.

Finally, More About Face Reading

Blog-Buddies, I’m going to show you these practical applications of face reading. Just to answer the obvious question, “What’s face reading good for? Apart from a quick celebrity reading.”

Simple Face Reading Reports are a great way to start — both convenient and inexpensive. These make a great gift, too.

Full 55-minute face reading sessions are available also. Whether with Skype webcam or in person. Either way, choose from seven types of face reading. (And again, you can use this list educationally. As simple as clicking on the link provided. Automatically you’ll get a sense of what YOU, too, could do as a face reader.)

Okay, Here’s the List

  1. Life Potential. Usually a first face reading session is done in this way. It includes info about your spiritual mission at the end. (Ask me during the session and I’ll explain how it is done.)
  2. Transformation Reading In this type of face reading, you learn about how your face has changed. Easily done. Just by comparing just 1 or 2 photos — from different phases of your life, years ago –with your current face.
  3. Your Soul’s Journey Both Face Reading Secrets® and Aura Reading Through All Your Senses® can shed light on how your face and aura have changed over time.
  4. Relationship Reading You and your significant other, be it a spouse, partner, parent, child, fellow musician etc. Face reading reveals so many ways you are similar; other ways you are different. Furthermore, the physical aspect of face reading helps you to understand and SEE it clearly.

Hey, Let’s Add More Examples

  1. Genealogy Reading If anybody you know is into genealogy and has pix of ancestors, oh my! What a major treat, to learn what you have in common with some of the relatives — both physically and what each of these items of face data MEANS!
  2. Cosmetic Surgery Second Opinion What would the proposed change mean to you, inwardly? Granted, the motivations to get cosmetic surgery can be complex. Yet face reading can un-complicate the choice for you. Definitely practical!
  3. Distinctive Twins Consultation Ah, my favorite of them all! Of all my grateful face reading clients I’ve had since turning pro in 1986, guess what? By far, identical twins have consistently been the most grateful. Imagine being told from babyhood on, “You look just like Pat.” Then you learn specific ways that you look similar. Other ways you look entirely different — usually characteristics that you never noticed before. Most noteworthy, you learn what all of this means. Woweeeee!

Long story short — Everyone’s face tells a story. Tells many stories, actually. To this physiognomist, those stories and faces are sacred. How about to you?

9 thoughts on “Face Reading JK Rowling”

  • 1
    Kylie says:

    Fascinating. I never realized eyelid thickness could vary from one end of the eye to the other.

    I feel for JK Rowling, dealing with the pressures of her public. Looking forward to the aura reading!

  • 2
    Rose Rosetree says:

    KYLIE, me too.

    For you, and other Blog-Buddies, please know that I’m about to do an exception to my rule. And show you somebody else with this unusual bit of face reading data. (Please don’t expect me to do this again.)

    Check out this oldish photo of romance novelist Danielle Steel.

    The “Time Magazine” cover shows on a YouTube clip.

  • 3
    Isabella C. says:

    Very interesting face data, especially the eyelid thickness!

  • 4
    Kylie says:

    Interesting!

  • 5
    Lilian says:

    Interesting, and also inspiring in a strange way. I think this reading shows genuine integrity about her desire for authentic relationships, when her ego could be basking in the glory of her success.

  • 6
    Jnana says:

    Oh yay! I’ve won without being a winner!
    It helps that Rose is JK fan too.

    ‘Ego basking in the glory of her success’?
    That is so not JK

  • 7
    Jnana says:

    Watching her in interviews, it was her mouth I’d notice most. What was it about her mouth??? So that’s it. Highly persuasive.

    But I don’t understand ‘the old pain’. Surely being in enlightenment would have taken care of that? I notice she is a lot stronger now than in her earlier interviews.

  • 8
    Rose Rosetree says:

    Thanks so much for your latest comments, JNANA. About your Comment #7, Enlightenment does not do many things that you may be expecting.

    Pardon my saying, in your religious tradition, there has often been great romantization about Enlightenment. Meaning no disrespect, next time you have a reaction like the one you expressed here, for “Enlightenment,” maybe substitute “Magic Beans.”

    As in, Jo Rolling has been marked by suffering. But how can that be? She has three Magic Beans.

  • 9
    Rose Rosetree says:

    Otherwise, you might read articles about Enlightenment, right here at the blog.

    Or better yet, devote your next RES session to mentoring about what Enlightenment is and isn’t.

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