For our “Second Day of Christmas,” here’s a face reading of someone I respect enormously. All empaths are Highly Sensitive Persons but the opposite isn’t true. As you Blog-Buddies know, 4 in 20 people are HSP, but only 1 is an empath. Both sets of inborn abilities are fascinating, as is the difference between them.
Here is where your comments and insights are especially invited: Based on your personal experience, what have you noticed about those differences?
In this post, I’ll introduce you to Dr. Aron’s talents by reading her face. And, again, readers, you’re invited to supplement by doing additional face reading plus skilled empath merges, aura readings whatever is your favorite form of deeper perception. Click here for a bigger version of the photo used for this reading, one you can expand as described here, to supplement this face reading.
Early onset eyebrow angle, right eyebrow
Flip over to the right side of her face and you’ll find something highly unusual. Not only is there a deep angle in that brow, but it starts very early on, close to the nose. Maybe 1 in 10,000 people has such a thing.
The talent: “Question reality” could be Dr. Aron’s motto. In her career, much faster than most people would, she examines what others think and brings a fresh perspective even a perspective that could be considered impertinent. Excellent!
The challenge: Please, please don’t ask her to repeat what other people do, pledging unquestioning allegiance. Would it kill her? Maybe not, but it sure could ruin her day.
Dark insert in fine eyebrows
Mostly Elaine’s eyebrows are fine and thin, but at the start of each eyebrow you’ll find a dense pattern of hair. Again, this is rare.
The talent: True intellectual innovation.
The challenge: Being a pioneer isn’t easy. It only sounds glorious in history books. To bushwhack your way down a new path takes far more effort than followers think.
Down-angled left eye
Flip over to Dr. Aron’s left eye. Compare the position of inner and outer corners. You’ll find that the inner corner is higher. The talent: In personal life, or when working with clients at a deep level, the psychologist is keenly aware of problems. Compassion runs deep.
The challenge: Far as I know, there is only one way to earn a down-angled eye: Going through intense pain, then somehow finding your way back.
Sculpted nose ridge
Look carefully at the length of that beautiful nose. Look as if you were a sculptor and you will see fine 3-D modeling right down the center of Elaine Aron’s nose.
The talent: Refined pursuit of work projects is a specialty. Imagine an accomplished baker, making croissant, turning and chilling that dough so that every layer comes out fully fluffed, flaky and fine. Only this nose characteristic emphasizes interaction with people as the realm where perfection is pursued.
The challenge: Standards can seem almost impossibly high. Even though I haven’t met Dr. Aron personally, I’m willing to bet that she can be quite a perfectionist about her work and how it’s used.
These dimples look like parentheses. The one on her left cheek is deeper, but if you look carefully you will find a dimple on her right cheek, too.
The talent: Graciousness and charm, through humility, are spontaneous
The challenge: Earning this kind of charm isn’t fun. You’re knocked down by life. Depending on how you pick yourself back up, if you learn something about humility, you earn this kind of dimple.
The greatest fullness in these magnificent cheeks is towards the mouth, especially on the left cheek (which would be the side most closely related to Dr. Aron’s depth work with clients)
The talent: The patience to suffer fools, letting them find their own solutions with their own, best timing.
The challenge: Having to suffer a whole lot of fools. Patiently.
Put that face together and it reveals authentic charm, deep compassion and, most notably, the skills of a true innovator. Dr. Aron has given the world a significant breakthrough, describing the tender junction place between physiology and consciousness, between innate wiring and self-acceptance.