The outer appearance
and especially the characteristic facial features say a lot about a person. Even when we look at someone's face, we form a first judgment. A first impression is formed, the person is cataloged and put into a drawer in our brain. After we get to know this person a little better, he or she continues to rise or fall in our esteem. It is usually the case that most people we have "cataloged" in our brain disappear there again after a very short time.
Physiognomy is the term used to describe
the external appearance of living beings, especially of humans, and here especially the facial features characteristic of a human being. Occasionally one understands by it also its whole stature. Through my education I learned to read the exterior. Through my high sensitivity and empathy I learned the "feeling vision". This enables me to look behind the facade of a person and to understand him.
Origin of physiognomy
Physiognomy is not a newfangled trend, but a very old doctrine, which was already practiced in the 5th century before Christ. Even the great Aristotle dealt with it and assigned certain facial features special character traits. Physiognomy and the determination of character traits based on facial features originated in ancient Chinese philosophy and worldview.
Physiognomy - reading from a photo
With the help of a photo
I can read the person's face and learn the basic features of the person. People are distinguished from birth in natures, which in turn bring different characteristics. Therefore, they can be read by me, using my physiognomic knowledge and empathy.
The information reproduced by me
is no guarantee for absolute truth! It is a guide. What I recognize in face or feet does not replace personal experience with the person. What moves the person on it, how he feels and how he is, is quite recognizable.
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