What is face reading?
Face reading is the art of uncovering and interpreting personality traits from dozens of facial features that we all have.
Most of us look at a person and see their face, their clothes, their expressions and gestures. But we don’t see who they are inside.
Instead we try to guess what they’re like, who they really are.
We use our intuition to decide if a person is trustworthy, being “real” with us, honest, sincere and more.
We make some very important decisions about people based just on our impressions of them. We can’t help it. It’s an innate human tendency.
You’re reading faces now
In other words, you read everyone you meet–especially their faces–all the time. And congratulations! Usually you’re pretty good at it.
The truth is, every time you look at someone, you receive volumes of information about them. You just don’t realize it.
Why? First, because you didn’t realize the information was available to you for your evaluation.
And, second, because you haven’t had the tools to interpret that information and make it useful.
When you use face reading (especially The Face Frontiers Method) you know how to evaluate the information you get from every face you see.
Prized data you can use
What you see on a face is data you can actually use to connect more deeply with anyone and enjoy closer, better, richer relationships.
When you know what our facial features mean, with practice you can start to uncover scores of traits that come together to make every person who they are at the deepest levels.
You can usually also see right through smiling faces and well-practiced surface façades and into…
- What they need from the world and from others
- How they view the world and people around them
- What drives and motivates them
- How they think
- What they like and dislike
- How they tend to behave and react
- What makes them happy or frustrated and upset
Improve your relationships
When you can read faces with The Face Frontiers Method, you can change how you relate to people.Why? Because now you know more about them, the real them. So their behavior and patterns are no longer as unpredictable, unexpected or puzzling as they were before.
Instead you can often predict how they will act, think, feel and interact with you.
Plus, you know how to respond to and communicate with them in ways that make them feel comfortable around you and want to know you better.
Relationships become a lot more interesting and make a lot more sense.
Using this face reading system
With The Face Frontiers Method of face reading you can discover hundreds and hundreds of important insights into people’s personalities—including their needs, likes, dislikes, drives, motivators, behavior, thoughts, biases, and more!
You’ll be able to identify personality traits like…
- The need to control
- The ability to manage
- The drive to connect physically
- The inclination to be standoffish (or involved)
- The person’s confidence in his/her beliefs
- The need to convince vs. listen and learn
- The desire for attention and affection
- The tendency to conform vs. lead
- Plus 52 more traits that affect every aspect of their life.
The history of Face Reading
Want more proof it works? Various forms of Face Reading have been around for thousands of years.
The Chinese report the earliest practice of reading faces goes back to around 600 years before the birth of Christ. And there are beliefs that this practice originated from a much earlier time.
What the Chinese knew traveled to Ancient Greece and such major figures as Socrates and Homer (and a number of lesser known philosophers) became practitioners of face reading. Even Aristotle endorsed and wrote about it in his work Prior Analytics.
Today face reading is practiced widely and devoutly in Asia and the eastern world by millions of people.
Face reading in the western world
Here in the western world, however, it has enjoyed limited popularity. There’s a good reason for that…
We westerners tend to be pretty skeptical of things that are not easily explained or aren’t obviously logical.
But look around. Today in the US and the western world, we’re seeing renewed interest in many forms of face reading. That’s because, as humans, we have a strong, natural need to understand and connect with other people. And at a time of advancing technology, when relationships are often impersonal and superficial, many of us want closer bonds with others.
For example, one of the great new frontiers in technology is facial recognition software, because faces are like fingerprints. Each one is different. (It’s said that only one in every two trillion people can have the exact same facial features.)
Face reading is also starting to catch on in medicine too. For example: Western medicine has recently started to consider the relationship between patients’ faces and their health.
Some medical schools are training students to look for signs of ill-health in the face. (One example: it’s been shown that vertical creases that sometimes appear on earlobes can indicate a greater risk of cardiac disease.)
The huge rewards of face reading
How many times have you looked at someone and thought to yourself “I wonder what they’re like?” Or “Is that someone I’d like to meet?” And if you find someone you want to get to know better, “How can I talk to her/him?”
- Remind yourself how tough it is to make new connections with people you don’t know and want to meet
- Think how long it takes to get to really know people so you feel comfortable and connected with them
- Recall how many times you thought you knew someone but realized you didn’t
- Remember the struggles you’ve gone through to get to know yourself
- Think about how challenging it can be to communicate successfully with people you care about. (It seem to be that miscommunication is the rule, not the exception, in human interaction.)
Seeing past facades to the truth
When you read faces, you see past who the person seems to be—the person they want you to see—to who they really are…
And you do it all in just moments, without saying a word, even from a distance, without their knowing.
Once you know who someone is, you can decide if you want to connect with them and get to know them better.
And, if you do, you’ll know with confidence how you’ll approach them, what you might say, how they’ll most likely react and behave, and more.
When you’re reading faces…
Life, relationships, socializing…it all gets much more interesting!
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