Let me educate you about Face Reading Secrets®, a physiognomy system designed to open your heart of compassion. It’s also practical and useful. Face readers, using this system, are pleasantly surprised by the accuracy.
This post began as a free face reading service that I provided for nearly two years. There’s still plenty of face reading fun to enjoy, even though I’m no longer taking requests to teach face reading over the blog.
So do keep reading, both the main article and all the great comments. Reading faces is such a delight! And this particular system is easy to learn.
About this blog post on Face Reading Secrets®
Announcement on Feb. 9, 2015
Blog-Buddies, unfortunately, I must discontinue providing this free face reading service — where I taught so much about Face Reading Secrets® through this blog.
It’s a matter of time management, folks.
By now I am so busy, between sessions with clients, mentoring my apprentices, publications, and doing blog posts and blog moderation.
Something has to give. And, for now, that something is going to have to be this face reading service. But you can still learn. From this post… and the many comments from you Blog-Buddies. Also from my books and workshops!
Which Books Have I Published on Face Reading Secrets®?
All the following physiognomy books are great resources for learning Face Reading Secrets®, my unique system for reading character and more from the physical face.
One was “I Can Read Your Face,” as published by Bantam-Doubleday-Dell.
Other editions were published by my indie press, and later by a book producer, Ottenheimer.
Next I published “The Power of Face Reading,” it became a selection of One Spirit Book Club (a division of The Book of the Month Club). Authorized foreign editions have been published in many countries: China, India, Iraq, Lebanon (Arabic rights worldwide), Lithuania, Russia, Slovenia, Spain, Switzerland, The Czech Republic.C
More of My How-to Books on Face Reading Secrets®
What else do I offer to help you become a great face reader? Over the decades, I’ve constantly been adding to the system of Face Reading Secrets®
Amazing or not, that includes a book I worked on for nine years: “Wrinkles Are God’s Makeup: How You Can Find Meaning in Your Evolving Face.” Mostly out of print, a very small number of copies are held in reserve by the publisher. I make them available to serious students of Face Reading Secrets®.
Two of my books on Face Reading Secrets® are in print now:
- “The New Power of Face Reading”
- And “Read People Deeper”
- Incidentally, both of these are sold abroad in authorized editions as well.
About the Free Face Reading Service Available Here.
ZELDA inspired it when she sent a superb link to the photograph of a man with a very unusual smile.
It clearly shows some physical face data. Notice the mouth on the picture of Frederick Kotto at the top of today’s post. He is flashing a super-great example of Zesty Smile Depth, a face reading characteristic about soul expression that has a particular meaning in my system of Face Reading Secrets®. (And, surely, different meanings in other systems of face reading. Physiognomy has been practiced for at least 5,000 years. Each system has its own way of interpreting face data.)
Some of you, I know, are mostly into this blog because of the face reading. Well, that’s great! Whether you are into my system of Face Reading Secrets or not, it never hurts to sharpen your eye for face data.
How I Dedicate This Sharing of Face Reading Secrets®
Now let’s dedicate today’s post to helping all you face readers to sharpen your skills. Let’s share great visual examples of one item of face data at a time . And then name the characteristic being read.
Yes, I’m daring to offer yet one more free educational resource at the blog, this one to help all you Blog-Buddies who share (even a teensy bit of my huge) passion for face reading.
Please spread the word about it, wherever you find folks are curious about face reading. I don’t think you’ll find a comparable resource, free or not, anywhere else on the Internet or Blogosphere.
ZELDA has set a fabulous example by sharing a one-click photo link and naming the rare face data. In this case, the Zesty Smile Style.
How I Will Teach You Face Reading Secrets® at This Post
Want to sharpen your skills as at face reading? This post is an ongoing opportunity for you to share photos that you think are really good examples of face data.
- Name the one particular attribute that you think this photograph illustrates. In my system of Face Reading, you learn to see and name many different items of face reading data. If possible use a name that comes from Face Reading Secrets®. Definitely name or describe that particular attribute.
- Send a one-click photo, please. Choose a picture that shows a person’s face clearly.
- This must be a public photograph, as in a newspaper (not a tabloid) or from a website.
- Facebook photos are off limits, because there are — Phew! — still some notions of privacy there.
- Fear not, face reader. You can find loads of images of public figures, for instance by doing a search with Google, where you click the IMAGES service, then type in the name of a public figure you are curious about.
Thus you can add to our group conversation where we will rise above boring, or sometimes hurtful, stereotypes about how faces look.
Face Reading Secrets® Sets a High Standard for Civility
As always, I will monitor blog comments. The only comments allowed for this blog’s free educational service for face readers… must be free of offensive language.
It is offensive, for instance, to refer to face data in terms of animal characteristics like “Chipmunk cheeks.”
To this face reader, it is both offensive and inaccurate to refer to face parts in terms of ethnic or racial stereotypes like “Italian” or weight stereotypes like “Fat cheeks.”
Don’t go there. What if you don’t have a name for “Large cheeks that are wider under the cheekbones”? Just use a descriptive name, as I just did. No prob!
What makes this a free EDUCATIONAL service about face reading?
I aim to respond to each face reading comment. Provided you do your share in providing an appropriate entry, as noted above. To help you develop really good face reading skills, I am prepared to:
- Say yes or no to the naming of face data itself, e.g. “Good example of Zesty Smile Style.” Or, perhaps, “Not an example of the Zesty Smile Style.”
- Also say if it is a VERY good example.
That matters. In my system of physiognomy, and most others, VERY = VERY. If the physical example is a very clear, strong example of a particular facial characteristic physically, the significance in terms of character will be a big deal.
The Word VERY Matters Very Much in Face Reading Secrets®,
So notice if I mention VERY or not. Could be a big part of your educational process, helping some of your beginner face readers to become intermediate or even advanced in your skill level.
- If possible, I will give you a referral to specific pages that provide interpretation. This could come from one of my books now in print about face reading, “The New Power of Face Reading” or “Read People Deeper” or both (if that face data is described in both). Makes it really easy for you to look up the significance!
- If there isn’t an interpretation of the face reading data where I can refer you, I will (probably) interpret the data for you, right at this post.
- I say “probably” because I do reserve the right to not go into detail about a characteristic that seems uninteresting to me as a physiognomist.
It is so worthwhile, developing the power of face reading.
Face reading can deliver. All your life, you have heard that “Eyes are the windows to the soul.” To a face reader, every feature on the human face contains multiple windows to the soul. Multiply your perceptiveness many-fold. That is the promise of face reading.
Not all physiognomy systems aim to deliver on that potential, or even consider it important. However, the system of Face Reading Secrets® does deliver. By learning how to see facial characteristics accurately, you can really step up your success at reading faces.
The best part about this educational experiment for physiognomists
Blog-Buddies, here’s what has me really excited about ZELDA’s comment and this new free face reading service.
I’ve taught face reading in America, Asia, and Europe; have mentored face readers on these countries plus Africa, South America, and Australia. And, of course, I have done personal face readings, by webcame or phone or in person, as well. (A personal face reading, whichever type you choose, is a great way to jump-start your face reading skills, BTW.)
What have I learned from teaching Face Reading Secrets®? For many physiognomy enthusiasts, the only tricky part of face reading is seeing the data correctly.
That’s where I’m helping you here. Let’s have fun with this.
Want to find good photos to explore Face Reading Secrets®,
Google Images is a great place to start searching for photos.
Thanks for the inspiration, ZELDA.