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Face Reading Bette Midler

Face Reading the Divine Bette Midler

Face Reading the Divine Bette Midler

Bette Midler is one of the winners of our most recent contest, What Could Possibly Make This Person Tick?

Or should I name ZELDA as the winner? Since it’s her contest entry being given star treatment today. In Comment #36 Zelda wrote:

I’d enjoy learning what makes Bette Midler tick. I’ve always loved her spunk, sass, humor, and enormous talent. She’s an amazing entertainer and is out on tour for the first time in 10 years.

Here’s her website.

Here’s the website for the New York Restoration Project, which she founded. The organization has worked to bring more parks and trees to NY City.

If you have heard or seen this magnificent performer, you know there is nobody else like Bette Midler. But what makes her tick? Bring on the power of face reading!

Blog-Buddies, if you would like to read Bette Midler’s face on your own, scroll down to the end of today’s article for nuts and bolts and a photo link. I’d recommend you do that before this physiognomy fun begins, so you won’t be influenced by it.

Especially if you have developed some skills, your perceptions are just as valuable as mine for insights about the multi-faceted diamond that is ANY human soul.

Face Reading Item #1: Silky Ear Texture

How to See This Like a Face Reader

Ears have thickness. Some are fleshy and fabulous. Others are slimmer.

Ear texture is about something different. The ear skin is highly, highly refined — a Silky Ear Texture.

One of the VERYs on the face of talented Bette Midler is her VERY Silky Ear Texture

The Talent, According to Face Reading Secrets®

Bette Midler has a super-ultra-sensitive nervous system. Yes, this is the one item of face reading data common to all Highly Sensitive Persons.

Only Stage Three aura reading would reveal if Bette Midler is also an empath.

There is value to every way a person might embody in this lifetime, the degree of neurophysiological sensitivity.

The advantage for Bette Midler as a performer is that she is acutely sensitive to musical nuances and also to how a live performance is being received by her audience.

The Potential Challenge, According to Face Reading Secrets

Being a Highly Sensitive Person makes it harder to get away with the wild lifestyle of a performing artist.

Avoiding extremes in lifestyle matters, because problems will develop faster.

Does Bette Midler need to take good care of herself, regarding enough sleep and food that suits her and avoiding intense, violent movies, etc?

My hunch is that she has acknowledged and overcome this challenge. Because Bette Midler six months ago looks pretty darned vibrant compared to the also-very-alive photo at the top of today’s article. The woman is now 70 years old, maybe 69 at the time of this physiognomy photo. And no cosmetic surgeon or autotune expert can bring a performer that much sparkle.

Face Reading Item #2: Far-Set Cheeks

How to See This Like a Face Reader

Sometimes a person’s cheeks have an emphasis, where they are extra-prominent or extra-full. Usually not.

But Bette Midler has a strong cheek emphasis. It’s towards her ears. Which is why I refer to this characteristic as “Far-Set Cheeks.”

The Talent, According to Face Reading Secrets®

Courage and stamina, especially for long-term projects.

In the case of Bette Midler, that would include her career!

The Potential Challenge, According to Face Reading Secrets

Having packed her suitcase for this incarnation because, given her goals for this lifetime, she would NEED to keep working and striving. Far beyond what most souls would be willing to do.

Driven to keep on bringing joy to the world as “The Divine Miss M“?

Incidentally, Bette Midler’s cheek emphasis has changed from the photo at the top of today’s article. That picture was taken about 15 years ago. Back then she had Close-Set Cheeks. A trooper, taking it one day at a time, and talented at dealing with everyday emergencies.

Face Reading Item #3: Semi-Detached Promient Cheeks

How to See This Like a Face Reader

For starters, don’t expect to see it on anyone besides Bette Midler. I’m not saying nobody else can possibly have it, but you’re unlikely to ever meet somebody else with this particular item of face reading data.

When you look at the photo used for today’s face reading, take a good look at how Bette Midler’s cheeks are set into her face. They aren’t rounded into the rest, not supported by flesh.

To put it another way, if you look at the picture at the top of today’s article, it’s as though the supporting flesh there has receded, bit by bit and year by year.

Are you seeing it, Blog-Buddies? If not, copy the photo from our main link below onto a document where you can expand it by pulling the edges of the picture. Or by some other means.

There is so much to see about faces. And when you’re seeing like a face reader, what you find (combined with an interpretation from this system of physigonomy) can really open your heart of compassion.

The Talent, According to Face Reading Secrets

Bette Midler’s public role is very well established within her personality and values. She has sacrifice so much, given such a lot. It’s as though her career has taken on a life of its own.

This is one reason why, at 70, Bette Midler still risks performing in public. Adores it, evidently.

The Potential Challenge, According to Face Reading Secrets

Having her personal life suffer, being so much in the background?

Face Reading Item #4: Right-Leaning Nose

How to See This Like a Face Reader

Bette Midler had this by the time of the photo taken in 1990, and she still has just about the same degree of nose angling. To see it:

  1. Remember to tell left from right on a photo. Cross over, as if shaking hands with a person.
  2. Hold up an index card to cover half her face at a time. First see the left side of her face, which has less nose length visible. Then see the right side.

The Talent, According to Face Reading Secrets®

Career matters a lot to Bette Midler. Work and service may be enough of a prize.

The Potential Challenge, According to Face Reading Secrets

Or might it be a daily struggle about dealing with fame?

More about fame, come to think of it

Fame can be an addictive drug, Blog-Buddies. As we have seen from many celebrity readings here at “Deeper Perception Made Practical.”

Based on aura readings I have done, I would say this: Nothing makes a soul squirm more than prolonged fame, not even chronic pain or a psychological disability or physical abuse or extreme poverty. These aren’t pleasant, admittedly. Yet they aren’t supposed to be pleasant. Or normal.

But fame? A taste for that is built in. It’s like having a taste for sugar. Plus fame then gets out of control, because it isn’t just about you any more. You can have a relationship with millions of people who think that they know you.

Maybe think of it this way. Bette Midler has been world-class famous for longer than many of you readers here have been alive.

You know how weird is is for some of you to think about parents and others who grew up before PCs and Macs and mobile phones.

Just imagine how weird it would be to have fame, like the elephant in the room, in the way you have grown up: As a digital native.

Nuts and bolts about today’s face reading

Face reading starts with a face, either in person or with a picture.

As for learning how to read faces, I can help you with that, too

Discover the full power of face reading! Yours just by going through a dedicated how-to book that teaches you systematically and in depth.

You can learn the system of Face Reading Secrets(R) with:

The NEW Power of Face Reading, available in print and also as a physiognomy eBook.

Read People Deeper, available in print and as a face reader’s eBook. This contains 50 different categories, with how-to instructions for both face reading, aura reading, and body language. Browse those 50 physiognomy categories here.

Would you like me to read your face?

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 too. And such fun, whether with Skype webcam or in person. Choose from one of these seven types of face reading.

  1. Life Potential
  2. Transformation Reading
  3. Your Soul’s Journey
  4. Relationship Reading
  5. Genealogy Reading
  6. Cosmetic Surgery Second Opinion
  7. Distinctive Twins Consultation

 

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    The face reading photo at the top of today’s article was taken at the 1990 Grammy Awards, when Bette Midler won that shiny trophy.

    Thanks for the photo to Alan Light [CC BY 2.0 (http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/2.0)], via Wikimedia Commons

    This photo comes courtesy of Wikimedia Commons. In no way is it implied that the photographer or the subject endorses either me or this use of the image.

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    Julie says:

    Interesting reading. I have the silky ear texture too, I believe. No horror movies for me, and even what most people consider a mild amount of violence I shy away from watching.

    Can definitely relate to the need to take good care of myself. I can’t get away with lack of sleep, poor food, and even just unpleasant surroundings can bother me quite a bit.

    A little like the fairy tale of the Princess and the Pea. The princess sleeping on top of 20 mattresses can still feel and be bothered by that little pea? Oh, yes.

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    Julie says:

    Rose, when you say that silky ear texture is “one item of face reading data common to all Highly Sensitive Persons”, are you saying that ALL highly sensitive people have this trait?

    And therefore all empaths, who are highly, highly sensitive people, would have it too?

  4. 4

    Yes, JULIE. Thanks for both your comments, and answering Comment #3, so far I think “Yes.”

    Here you Blog-Buddies can be part of an informal research project. Check out people you know who are Highly Sensitive Persons, far as you can tell. (From behavior, that’s relatively easy to suss out.)

    Then check out that ear texture.

  5. 5

    Including on yourself.

    Report back, please.

  6. 6
    Sarah says:

    I guess I am not 100% sure what “silky” means, or what “not silky” would be like.

    But I did a comparison yesterday because I was intrigued by this potential physical identifier of High Sensitivity. I know that I am a Highly Sensitive Person, and that my boyfriend is not, so I did some covert ear comparison (haha!).

    I think I was mixing up texture with thickness when I was doing the comparison, and actually comparing fleshiness. But after re-reading that piece of this post, I can say that my ears are definitely silkier than his.

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    Keep on researching, SARAH. It’s fun.

    This is a blog experiment. Not in one of my books.

    Let’s research together.

    The way to tell about silky is just to scrutinize (covertly, as appropriate) lotsa, lotsa ears. 🙂

  8. 8
    Julie says:

    Now that I think about it, I’ve had a few friends who were highly sensitive and they had this trait too.

  9. 9
    Julie says:

    I saw a reading Rose did of actress Amy Adams, and she was another example of this.

    Here is a picture:

    http://3.bp.blogspot.com/-_UApXSmCHWE/UxPnSj1PwRI/AAAAAAAAPcc/qwMEg5FiByY/s1600/Amy+Adams.jpg

    I can kinda see it! A very fine ear texture, which in her case looks almost shiny.

  10. 10
    Zelda says:

    Thanks for doing this reading, Rose.

    I have these ears, too!

    Knowing how sensitive she is, I’m amazed Bette Midler does the big arena shows that she does. The show she’s doing now sounds like loads of fun. 🙂

  11. 11

    JULIE, ZELDA, and SARAH, thank you for these comments.

    SARAH, here is more help for discerning Silky Ear Texture.

    Admittedly this is one of the trickiest things to see in face reading. Much, much harder than most face reading data.

    That is why it isn’t even included in “The NEW Power of Face Reading.” A book that DOES include a really full, working knowledge of how to read faces in everyday life.

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    If you look at the texture of the skin on a person’s face, not the ears, a person might be more thick-skinned or thin-skinned. You have learned how to see that, right?

    The texture of skin on ears is a similar deal.

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    Compare a beautiful piece of silk to some really nice heavy cotton. That’s the difference between Silky Ear Texture and not.

  14. 14

    For learning to see any face reading data, it is really best to practice on real, live people.

    Then you develop your eye and will find it easier to accurately read face data from photographs.

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    One last tip:

    If you’re aiming to see this unusually tricky item of face reading data, don’t mix it up with whether the ear itself has big, fleshy earlobes or other parts of the ear structure that are large and full.

    GLADYS could have huge, puffy earlobes yet still have Silky Ear Texture.

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    ZELDA, regarding your Comment #10 and that apparent contradiction concerning Bette Midler’s extreme sensitivity and doing the big, live, public events…

    This is where a professional quality face reading really gets juicy.

    Our faces are full of nuance. It takes a full 55 minutes to BEGIN to do justice to somebody’s face, when working in physiognomy.

    Things that appear to be contradictions begin to reveal complexity and richness.

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