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Face reading Renée Zellweger, Concluded

Concluding this face reading of Renee Zellweger

Concluding this face reading of Renee Zellweger

Thanks for all your comments, Blog-Buddies, as we have begun to explore seismic facial shifts for Renée Zellweger.

I’m especially struck by these words from A SOMEWHAT CONFUSED ZELLWEGER FAN:

I had looked and looked and not noticed what I can see clearly now that you pointed it out, how earlier, “beneath the cheeks was far wider than her cheeks.”

Seeing face data clearly, often for the first time! This is the first half of becoming skilled at physiognomy. The other thing a face reader does is to interpret the physical data.

Today we will wrap up our face reading of Renée Zellweger, an actress who came to prominence in her career as a different sort of performer, someone who won hearts with an open-hearted sweetness, a voice that didn’t sound like the careful self-conscious speech of a trained performer, a person who seemed authentically human in her roles.

What happened, physically and inwardly, to Renée Zellweger? Even a professional face reader doesn’t know for sure. We can look more deeply though. And that’s just what Rosetree Energy Spirituality is all about.

Prepare for surprises, then open up our three face reading photos and let’s explore Face Reading Secrets(R). (Scroll to the end of this post for links to the photos read here.)

Face Reading Change #2: Cheek Prominence

Face Reading Data when Renée Zellweger became famous in “Jerry Maguire”

Incognito Cheek Prominence

The Physical Face Data

You wouldn’t even know that Renée Zellweger had cheekbones, not by looking on either side of her nose.

The Interpretation in the system of Face Reading Secrets

Comfortable being part of a group, rather than sticking out or being the center of attention.

Face Reading Data with Renée Zellweger at the height of her career

VERY Large Cheek Prominence

The Physical Face Data

Those cheek implants were clearly the large economy size. 😉 Really, could they have been more prominent?

The Interpretation in the system of Face Reading Secrets

Cosmetic surgery changes people on the inside, too. It’s due to that reciprocal relationship between the physical face and the soul.

I doubt anyone sent the memo to Renée Zellweger. She was just being a good girl, ambitiously aiming for what society decrees is The Look for an A-List actress. Skinny as possible, etc. (Maybe you remember our fairly recent article here, What makes a professional beauty? More Face Reading of Emma Stone)

So the inner change may have come suddenly,  like a kind of inner whiplash:

From a personal style of being a team player, with shyness about being the center of attention, over to… whap! The biggest possible getting attention and craving attention.

And, on top of that contrast, the real-life circumstances of becoming more and more famous. With an Oscar to come. Pretty hard to handle! Yet the actress continued to live a scandal-free, quite impeccable public life… like a trouper.

Face Reading Data of Renée Zellweger in 2014

VERY asymmetrical cheek prominence. Yes, here’s the kind of face reading data a person would miss without learning to pay attention in that way physiognomists do.

The Physical Face Data

Take a close look and you’ll see it, Blog-Buddies. VERY big cheek prominence on the right side of Renée Zellweger’s face. And EVEN BIGGER, swollen-looking cheek prominence on the left side of her face.

(Of course, remember to “Go flippo” and cross over as if shaking hands. That’s how to properly tell left from right on a face, unless you are seeing your own face in a mirror.)

This very expanded cheek prominence on the left side of Renée Zellweger’s face begins right under her eye and extends all the way to just barely above her mouth. Granted, she is smiling, which distorts the face a bit. But still, this is a very, very big deal. And it’s not the kind of face change that money can buy.

Cosmetic surgery is often used in order to disguise these natural, meaningful changes.

The Interpretation in the system of Face Reading Secrets

I would have to interpret it like this. In public, Renée Zellweger has grown comfortable with A-List Movie Star attention and status.

In her personal life? She craves it. There can never be enough.

The fact that her career has peaked only exacerbates the craving for more-more-more  attention and fame.

Face Reading Change #3: Nose Padding

Face Reading Data when Renée Zellweger became famous in “Jerry Maguire”

Behold Renée Zellweger’s original nose padding: Moderate amount of nose padding with a Triangular Progression.

The Physical Face Data

Check out the central ridge of Renée Zellweger’s nose, that bony part in the middle, starting from between the eyes and extending down to right above the nose tip. You’ll see a bit of supporting flesh. Moving downward, it increases, like a triangle with the apex pointing upwards.

The Interpretation in the system of Face Reading Secrets

Regarding teamwork at work (such as movie making, in Renée’s case), she gets energy from working with people, interacting with them. The exchange of give-and-take supports her and strengthens her.

Face Reading Data with Renée Zellweger at the height of her career

Very little nose padding, with an evenly small amount up to right above Renée Zellweger’s nose tip.

The Physical Face Data

It is so common for actresses to have their noses made skinnier. My usual disclaimer applies, of course. I am not a cosmetic surgeon, just a humble face reader. With that kind of non-surgical expertise, in a previous post I observed that Emma Stone has, evidently, had her already super-slim nose tip made even smaller.

To me, all this unnatural pressure is simply crazy — whether The Anorexic Ideal or the weird American standards for actresses to “clean up” their faces with surgical procedures.

Well, Renée Zellweger has been a good girl, and ambitious. No wonder that, by the height of her career, she had loads of “work done.” Given the social expectations of someone with her job, of course, that meant nasal reduction.

The Interpretation in the system of Face Reading Secrets

Renée Zellweger had to adjust to a different work style. More suited to a new kind of prima donna versus her natural (and more) comfortable personal style. Used to be, fame could be grounded in give-and-take working relationships. No longer happening, given the inner consequences of that narrower nose, however.

Yet more for the actress to adjust to.

Because, trust me here, as a face reader. If you have heard people complain about the physical pain of vanity surgery, that’s nothing, really. Nothing compared with the inner struggles to accommodate the inner changes that happen automatically. Changes for which hardworking cosmetic surgeons won’t issue warnings because they are most likely unaware of the reciprocal relationship between face and inner self at a deep level.

Whenever Renée Zellweger — or anyone — makes a drastic physical change, there will be an equally drastic inner adjustment. The relationship between a physical face and personal style may not be well documented by science, but bring on the research! The inner component will happen, unless it is so unacceptable to the soul that the cosmetic surgery just doesn’t work. (As in those famous articles about very expensive Cosmetic Surgery Gone Freakishly Wrong. Or certain clients whom I have had for face reading, clients who freely admitted the plastic surgery just didn’t take.)

Why would we just be able to change our physical faces is if they were made of Play Doh(R)? The face is a sacred spiritual alphabet. There is a reciprocal relationship between the physical face data and the related personal style. We change one? Then we change the other.

In a comment at Part Two of this series, BRIDGET compassionately wrote that “all the gossip bloggers and comments about her face must have really hurt her on some level. It made me feel sad to see someone try so hard to not look like themselves.”

Yet one more reason not to envy the famous, right?

Face Reading Data of Renée Zellweger in 2014

It does appear to me that Renée Zellweger has stopped getting most of her usual cosmetic surgeries. Her lips have reverted (finally) to their usual lipfulness. And her nose padding has been allowed to revert to how it was before all the vanity surgery began.

The Physical Face Data

Yes, her original triangular nose padding came back, with a larger amount of flesh along the side of the central ridge.

The Interpretation in the system of Face Reading Secrets

Teamwork has been a strong enough component of Renée Zellweger’s personal style that the vanity surgery didn’t last. She has remained herself enough to work collaboratively with others. No wonder her nose padding returned back to normal for her.

Face Reading Change #4: Lower Eyelid Curve on Right Eye

Face Reading Data when Renée Zellweger became famous in “Jerry Maguire”

In The NEW Power of Face Reading you can read in detail about The Wariness Index. Basically, it’s a way to gauge the amount of curve to the lower half of the eye, allocating a score from 1-10 for each eye. That shape at the bottom of Renée Zellweger’s right eye couldn’t really be more curved. It scores 10.

The Physical Face Data

That huge amount of lower eyelid curve on Renée Zellweger’s right eye is evident in that photo we’re using for this part of her face reading.

The Interpretation in the system of Face Reading Secrets

According to a face reading interpretation, while working — including celebrity appearances (not just acting jobs) — Renée Zellweger is emotionally open to people, even strangers.

Face Reading Data with Renée Zellweger at the height of her career

Lower eyelid curve changes a great deal, partly the result of inner changes to personal style. And maybe also related to cosmetic surgery to erase the natural wrinkles and other facial changes that happen beneath eyes to a REAL person’s face over the decades, (meaningful changes that are removed at significant personal cost, in my opinion).

Of course it has become quite standard that a famous actress will never, ever have any lines or bags or wrinkles under her eyes. More of the crazy plasticization of celebrities and public figures in America!

One of my favorite things to do in England, France, and Germany during trips there was to watch a bit of TV. How refreshing to see faces on that small screen that looked like real, human, adult faces.

The Physical Face Data

Wariness Index went all the way to the opposite extreme, to 1 out of 10.

The Interpretation in the system of Face Reading Secrets

Renée Zellweger’s signature openness to people in public?

Gone, gone, gone.

Face Reading Data of Renée Zellweger in 2014

Identical VERY extreme straightness Renée Zellweger’s lower eyelid curve.

The Physical Face Data

Continued 1 on that scale from 1-10. Incidentally, one advantage of the fake kind of smile in the photo here is that it keeps a person’s eyes from scrunching up. Audrey Hepburn, for instance, was famous for her beautiful (and to me, utterly fake) smile. She was one of the first public figures to really make that her look.

Audrey Hepburn was a beautiful person, inside and out. Don’t get me wrong. But this smile didn’t serve her then and it doesn’t serve those of us living now.

The Interpretation in the system of Face Reading Secrets

Renée Zellweger’s practiced fake smile is well done, for those who admire that sort of thing. The great thing about a smile like that is that it allows eyes to appear as rounded as possible.

Not round here, though. Combining that Zellweger smile with VERY straight lower eyelid curve reveals a way of life that prizes loyalty to proven friends, with the potential challenge of insulation against the public. Nothing wrong with that, surely. Nothing unusual for a long-time celebrity.

Still, maybe a bit sad, given that open-hearted naturalness of the actress earlier in her career.

Conclusion

Renée Zellweger has worked very hard to be a successful actress. She has played by the rules, which include all the cosmetic surgery requirements for a movie star. Plus all the extreme weight loss.

Our face reading posts have interpreted some of the most difficult personal adjustments she has had to make to personal style.

We’ll go on to aura reading to assess even more deeply how this actress, beloved by many, has evolved. And perhaps we will glimpse how Renée Zellweger has paid quite a price for all that fame and success.

I agree with BRIDGET. A face reading Renée Zellweger can open your heart of compassion, as well as teach you to look beyond the glamour, the stereotypes, and other illusions here at Earth School.

Here come the face reading photos

Renée Zellweger in 2014, with her very, very different new look

Here is a direct face reading link for Renée in 2002. [Updated Wednesday night, courtesy of Blog-Buddy ELAINE, comment below.]

Renée Zellweger when she became famous in “Jerry Maguire” in 1996

And Which Kind of Face Reading?

Here are your resources for learning about the system of Face Reading Secrets(R), the particular type of physiognomy being used here.

You can learn in a fun, playing-around fashion by reading articles here at “Deeper Perception Made Practical.” Or you might prefer to invest a much smaller amount of time and a little bit of money, then leaping forward by half a year or longer.

Why not develop a skill that you can use for the rest of your life for better communication, more self-esteem, and opening up greater wisdom?

 

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  1. 1
    David.. says:

    One of the issues with plastic surgery is also what happens to the plastic parts when the face naturally changes with age. They don’t evolve with the face and become weird anomalies.

    Michael Jackson had a skin issue that accelerated and exaggerated this.

    So much easier to do the inner work that then reflects on the face.

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    DAVID, that reciprocal relationship between the physical face and the inner self has so much to do with free will.

    When you have a chance to open up your (now hard-to-find) copy of “Wrinkles Are God’s Makeup,” I think you’ll be astounded at the range of facial changes.

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    Blog-Buddies, here’s a question you might not have thought about.

    What percentage of your facial characteristics — everything from hairline to (first chin) and ear to ear — that is NOT about coloring…

    What percentage of that can alter during this lifetime you’re having, based largely upon your own free will?

    What’s your guess?

  4. 4
    Renee says:

    my guess Rose is that probably all of your facial characteristics can alter over your lifetime.

  5. 5
    Theresa says:

    Now Renee Zellweger can’t show up for a role as herself. I would think her career is over. She has the talent but now I can’t distinguish her from thousands of others. I feel very sad. I feel like a bright light has been extinguished.

  6. 6
    Elaine says:

    Rose, I would think that anyone can change and recreate our lives and ourselves from the inside out. Big degrees or in small ways. I think we can change everything in BIG ways if we so choose.

  7. 7
    Sophie says:

    A few years ago, I got a face reading done by a face reader.

    I mentioned that I was thinking about getting a certain surgery done because it has been something bothering me all my life.

  8. 8
    Sophie says:

    It’s not life threatening but I have to look at it everyday in the mirror (if I look at all) and I have never come to a place of peace with it.

    Which means it falls into a vanity surgery because it would give me a good confidence boost.

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    Sophie says:

    I do not forsee myself getting other types of surgeries except for this and maybe for my ptosis of one of my eyes, which is very distracting, not only to myself but to people I face.

    Though I am not satisfied with my nose, chin, cheeks, jaws, and an almost non-existent chest for a female, I have no plans on going under the knife for those.

  10. 10
    Sophie says:

    This face reader told me I’d have negative effects if I were to go through with the surgery.

    She did not say what kind of effects or how long they would last though.

    The impression I got was that it could change my destiny, bringing more difficulties than I would if I just left it alone.

  11. 11
    Sophie says:

    I can’t afford to do anything right now even if I wanted to but her saying that has made me paranoid to even consider it. I have tried and am still trying to “just accept it,” and not think about getting this problem fixed but doggone it, it bugs me so much!

    But the last thing I’d want to do is change my destiny negatively (not that I think my life will be unicorns and rainbows just because I don’t) and deeply regret it.

    I’d appreciate your opinions on this.

    Thank you, Rose.

  12. 12

    SOPHIE, welcome to this blog. It’s your first set of comments here, isn’t it?

    (Our style is to have shorter comments, easier to read. Unlike FB, you can actually separate paragraphs with spaces between, which makes them more readable. Excessively long comments here are aerated, broken up into smaller ones, as has been done for your share here.)

  13. 13

    When you have a problem about your face, and need a second opinion, the smart thing to do is not to go to just any face reader but to find one whose approach will be helpful for you.

    Here is a link to information about the face reading sessions I offer: https://www.rose-rosetree.com/facereading/face-reading-session.htm

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    Scroll down and you will find the type called “Cosmetic Surgery Second Opinion.”

    That’s the sort of consumer research that can help you decide what might help you and what might not.

    For all you Blog-Buddies, whatever your reason for a face reading or aura reading research, be a smart consumer. Don’t assume that any face reader or aura reader is alike. Which would be like dating ANY person of the appropriate gender and sexual orientation because, really, “Aren’t all of them alike?” 😉

  15. 15

    SOPHIE, and other Blog-Buddies, whenever you seek expert advice with deeper perception…

    one of the smartest questions to ask is about what you, SOPHIE, called “destiny.”

    Similar concepts are fate, what God wants for you, what is meant to be, what you are supposed to do, what you should do.

  16. 16

    I’ll tell you flat out about any type of help you would get with RES (Rosetree Energy Spirituality): Your free will is honored here.

    I believe in providing information that helps you to decide for yourself.

    Fortunetellers may do a splendid job of helping you to second-guess God. Or they might not.

  17. 17

    RES never involves guidance around supposed-to’s, predictions based on some higher authority, or other types of psychic work. I’m not dissing psychics and intuitives here, just saying “Apples and oranges.”

    In RES, including as a face reader, I celebrate your free will. So do all the RES Professionals I have trained.

    What kind of God would turn your life into a cruel guessing game, where what you feel and think and desire is stoooooooopid?

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    If you decide to have a face reading session with me, you will gain insights. Detailed information about how your soul expresses, which talent goes with that item of face data that you detest (for now), and what you can reasonably expect to change with cosmetic surgery.

    In human terms. Not destiny terms.

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    SOPHIE, the best way to have a good future is to lead with your strengths in life. The system of Face Reading Secrets® supports that.

    Among the many reasons it’s trademarked — different from other systems of physiognomy — is how this particular system of face reading is designed to accurately validate your expression as a soul, helping you to be yourself. Your human self.

    So thanks for asking. Wishing you happiness!

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