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Kyra Petrovskaya Face Reading. Wow!

Kyra Petrovskaya Face Reading

Kyra Petrovskaya Face Reading. One part of her face, in particular, helps to explain the WOW of this super-strong woman.

Kyra Petrovskaya Face Reading. When you first see this photo of her, you’ll say “WOW! ” (At least I did.)

Note: To find the photo I mean, scroll down to the third photo. Where she’s balancing on a log.

And when you read about her life? More WOW!

But this face reading may bring you the loudest WOW! of all.

Kyra Petrovskaya Face Reading. Back Story.

Blog-Buddy KYLIE nominated this first winner of our Life Stories — Face Reading Contest.

Such a tale of courage and versatility. Summarizing KYLIE’S words:

One memoir she read, and re-read, as a child was “Shurik.”by Kyra Petrovskaya Wayne. Highlights included serving as a nurse during the Siege of Leningrad.

Originally an actress, Kyra was drafted as a sniper. Next she served as a lieutenant, and following that, worked as a nurse. Later careers included becoming actress and an author. Along the way she learned several languages. Maybe most notably, Kyra won medals for bravery. Maybe her crowning achievement? How she adopted an orphan found in the rubble of a bombed building.

Why Will Her Photo WOW You?

This photograph shows a pretty young woman, playfully posed. Perhaps even a gorgeous young woman! You can see how Kyra Petrovskaya became an actress.

Does she also look strong? Athletic maybe, but strong?

Like strong enough to win medals for bravery? Or to survive the Siege of Leningrad?

How about strong enough to adopt an orphan, found in the rubble of a bombed building?

Seriously strong? Can you see that in her face yet?

Let me help you.

Kyra Petrovskaya Face Reading #1. VERY Low-Slung Cheeks

How to See It

First of all, find Kyra Petrovskaya’s cheeks. Then look for her Cheek Emphasis.

Most of us have no particular Cheek Emphasis, but she sure has one. And it’s south, rather than north or east or west.

Having Cheek Emphasis close to her mouth is what, officially, gives Kyra Petrovskaya Low-Slung Cheeks, and VERY intense ones at that.

The Talent

Courage, especially the form of courage called “endurance.”

And the Potential Challenge

She needed to pack it in her suitcase for this incarnation? Funny thing about Low-Slung Cheeks.

Find anyone you know, ordinary mortal. Or semi-famous, like Kyra Petrovskaya. Or very famous, like Nelson Mandela.

Then learn basics about that person’s life. Including heroic acts that took a long time. You know, like 27 years in-and-out of prison. Fighting apartheid was Mandela’s meant-to-be destiny.

And so ways Kyra Petrovskaya’s heroic endurance through the siege of Leningrad. That was a 900-day resistance against the Nazis. Count it as one of the longest and most destructive military sieges in history. Over a million civilians died. But, in the end, Russians like Kyra Petrovskaya prevailed. And Hitler failed to burn Leningrad to the ground. Despite having such confidence initially that, it’s reported, he printed invitations to the victory celebrations he planned to be held in the city’s Hotel Astoria.

Great courage, shown over time? That was Kyra Petrovskaya’s opportunity. And she nailed it.

Kyra Petrovskaya  Face Reading #2. VERY Long Chin

Proportions from beneath the lower lip to the chin bottom? Yep, that’s how a face reader will eyeball chin length.

And you don’t have to be a professional physiognomist to start noticing something remarkable in Kyra Petrovskaya’s Chin Length.

If her chin didn’t have the other two attributes I’ll be reading for you today, you’d notice it more.

For now, helping yourself to develop good physiognomy skills? Simply check out Kyra Petrovskaya’s VERY Long Chin.

The Talent

Courage, a different kind of courage, shows here. Physical courage.

Maybe being a bit of a daredevil.

You know, Blog-Buddies. The kind of person who would have won medals for bravery during the Siege of Leningrad. Or someone who would have served as a sniper.

Or somebody with the guts and compassion to also work as a nurse.

Even the photo you’re looking at as you read today’s article: It conveys a sense of her physical spunk, doesn’t it?

And the Potential Challenge


Sure, that might be a challenge. Or, under certain circumstances, it might have been a necessity for Kyra Petrovskaya.

Have you noticed, Blog-Buddies? Right now you’re not living in some little Nazi suburb. For that you can thank countless heroes of World War II. Including that spunky Kyra Petrovskaya.

Kyra Petrovskaya  Face Reading #3. VERY Wide Chin

Chins have both width and length. If you pay attention to Kyra Petrovskaya’s Chin Width you may be astonished! Again!

We’re not used to seeing women with chins that wide. Any more than seeing chins that long.

Here’s a face reading challenge, Blog-Buddies.

Go onto Facebook. Search Google images.

I dare you to find another woman whose chin is both VERY Wide and VERY Long. Like that of Kyra Petrovskaya.

If you do find a female face like that, please comment below. And send us a direct link.

Actually, it’s also pretty unlikely that you’ll find a male face like that, either. By all means, comment and give us a one-click link.

The Talent

Recovering after adversity with the help of other people. Maybe camaraderie with other fighters, during the Siege of Leningrad. In one particular case. 😉

And the Potential Challenge

Lacking much inner depth? Being more social than thoughtful?

Different lifetimes call for different strengths. Seems to me, Kyra Petrovskaya packed her suitcase for that lifetime very wisely.

Kyra Petrovskaya  Face Reading #4. VERY Straight Chin Bottom

One last time, in our physiognomy exploration, check out her chin.

This time, you’re looking at the shape on the bottom edge.

Could be somewhat curved, or angled, or straight.

With Kyra Petrovskaya there’s no doubt about it. Especially given how wide her chin is! She’s got an extraordinarily wide chin anyway, so I doubt you’ll ever see a more VERY Straight Chin Bottom.

Even George Washington’s exceptionally Straight Chin Bottom? If this were a competition, Kyra Petrovskaya would beat him.

Besides, Washington’s Chin Width was Narrow, not Wide.

The Talent

Making choices based on “the principle of the thing.”

Such as, in the case of Kyra Petrovskaya, “I’m going to help us win this war.”

And the Potential Challenge

Black-and-white thinking? Opinionated?

The Jeff Flakes of the world might be offended by how Kyra Petrovskaya simply took action. Although I haven’t read her memoir, I’m guessing that she had a clear moral compass. And didn’t just express sympathy for competing factions. Instead she took a stand and staked her life on it.

In Conclusion

Few people have facial attributes that show the courage of Kyra Petrovskaya.

Of course, different kinds of courage show in different face data.

Ultimately courage matters. Even if we must struggle to live it.

Even if we’re not wildly spunky, in the way that she was… Kyra Petrovskaya can inspire each of us to make a difference. May she inspire each of us to look unsentimentally at whatever choices lie before us. And then take the high road.

P.S. Curious to Learn More about Face Reading?

Here’s an introduction, complete with an introductory face reading video I’ve made. (Consider that I made it just for you. 🙂 )

“The NEW Power of Face Reading” will give you a solid foundation. Discover how easily you can learn.

You might also enjoy Read People Deeper“. Combining face reading +body language + aura reading. Gorgeously illustrated!

Finally, this description of RES Face Reading Sessions can preview for you… Preview how much depth comes with a dedicated personal session devoted to your physical face.

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  1. 1
    Brittany says:

    What a beauty. Inside and out! ?

    Great suggestion, Kylie!

  2. 2
    Kylie says:

    What a nice surprise! Thank you for this reading, Rose. How fascinating!

    It doesn’t surprise me a bit that she might lack inner depth–but had exactly the qualities she needed for her very difficult lifetime. Very inspiring!

  3. 3
    Kylie says:

    I also love the concept of packing one’s suitcase for an incarnation.

  4. 4

    BRITTANY and KYLIE, thanks for your first comments after this face reading.

    KYLIE, I’m delighted that you caught that concept you mentioned in your Comment #2.

  5. 5

    As I piece things together, based on many sessions of past-life regression (SEAH-style), plus RES sessions with Healing Centerpieces that involve causational STUFF….

    What happens before an incarnation on earth? We make a Life Contract. Plus we just might tack on some optional Causational Agreements. (Many of these turn out to be negotiable.)

  6. 6

    And we “pack our suitcase” with talents that we’ll need to fulfill different purposes in life, plus abilities that we’ll need to handle heavy karma that we’re going to endure.

    Such as Kyra Petrovskaya, being born into a family where her Dad would die young. And she’d be “defending her family” through the horror called the “Siege of Leningrad.” Surely, in preparation, she packed a lot of goodies!

  7. 7
    Kylie says:

    Fascinating. She surely needed courage, spunk compassion and a strong moral compass for her lifetime.

    And too much sensitivity would have been a problem for her.

  8. 8
    Anonymous says:

    You have such a talent for face reading, Rose. I struggle to catch the nuances.

    Kyra Petrovskaya’s cheeks and chin do remind me of Debra Messing and Lucille Ball, but I am unable to tell if the attributes are actually similar or not. I thought Cat Blanchett had low cheeks, but, again, I don’t know if I am seeing the proportions clearly or not.

  9. 9
    Kylie says:

    One thing I remember from the book, was the camaraderie between the nurses and doctors and soldiers.

    It was one reason why I loved the book–the way that everyone during that time pulled together to make it through the siege.

  10. 10

    Thanks for these latest comments, KYLIE and ANONYMOUS.

    Regarding your Comment #8, first of all, thank you. To develop your eye as a face reader, I recommend taking your time going through “The NEW Power of Face Reading.” And, for extra practice and additional insights, go for “Read People Deeper.” You’ve got loads of talent yourself, ANONYMOUS.

  11. 11
    Liane says:

    Wow, what a woman! I’m inspired to read her book, Shurik.

    The face reading is moving, to say the least. I took notice to your conclusion, Rose. “May she inspire each of us to look unsentimentally at whatever choices lie before us. And then take the high road.”

  12. 12
    Dana W. says:

    Wow indeed, such an inspiring woman!

    I am especially impressed by her long chin talent for physical courage since I don’t think I have that…

  13. 13
    Gavin says:

    Wonderful reading!

    I like comments 2, 6. It’s a great reminder that we have everything we need to overcome our unique challenges for this lifetime.

  14. 14
    Logan says:

    I loved this blog post, thank you Rose.

    I’m a happier person just knowing she existed and knowing her story, that someone like that once walked the same earth I inhabit.

  15. 15
    Logan says:

    And I’m honored to be alive in the world she helped build.

    Her courage in the form of endurance, as well as her other traits, inspire me to keep going forward on my own path and reach greater heights.

  16. 16
    Kylie says:

    Aww, Dana and Logan.

    I’ll bet you have a lot of courage also, even if not the “long chin” kind.

  17. 17
    Kylie says:

    Gavin, I too like the reminder that we have everything we need to overcome our unique challenges.

    It definitely makes me wonder, what I packed in my suitcase for this incarnation–and what I didn’t.

  18. 18
    Kylie says:

    It helps to realize that things that might seem like shortcomings are in fact meant-to-bes.

    Although, I really wish I had packed more money in my suitcase for this lifetime! Lol. I’m sure that’s one of the challenges.

  19. 19
    Kylie says:

    For which I packed: resourcefulness.

  20. 20
    Lindsey says:

    Wow, what an inspiring reading this was. She was quite a strong woman indeed. Definitely equipped to handle being born at that time and place as well as being quite the beauty sharp shooter.

    Thank you Rose for sharing a bit of her history, I had never heard of her. ?

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