Friday, November 6, 2009

Concentration or Span of Attention

Note the angle inward from the corner of her eyebrows to her hairline. This physical indicator illustrates a short attention span...or low concentration.

Look at the angle of the forehead as it juts out from the corners of the eyebrows. This physical indicator illustrates an ability to hold his attention for long periods of time. This is high concentration.

This trait is an important reminder that it is not better to have a short attention span, nor is it best to be able to concentrate to a state of external oblivion.
Recognizing your particular trait is what is important. If you have low concentration you may have been diagnosed as ADHD, when in reality you simply have a short attention span.
If your particular trait is high concentration, realize that you have difficulty in shifting your attention quickly from one focus to another.

Monday, November 2, 2009

More on "how much will you tolerate?"

The distance between the eyes is a highly important physical characteristic to understand about yourself and others.
Here you see a person (Will Smith) whose eyes are quite far apart. (If you take one eye measured from the inner corner to the outer, and try to place it in between the two eyes, you have plenty of space left over - indicating a high level of emotional tolerance.)
Tolerance is all about how much a person is willing to tolerate or put up with, literally, before he or she will react and take action.
People with wide set eyes have an inner clock which is slower than others, so they must set priorities and consciously adhere to deadlines and timelines.
These folks generally are broad-minded and usually have an easy going nature.
They most often believe in a "live and let live" philosophy.
Wide set eyed people will stay calm when others are feeling pressure.
They just naturally focus on the big picture.
Tip About Others: If your eyes are wide apart, most of the people in your world will react emotionally to everything much quicker than you. You may think of these people as narrow-minded, argumentative and even a busybody. Although they do tend to intrude quickly upon other people's business, that is not truly their intention.
Tip About You: You forfeit the confidence of others when you procrastinate, delay and consistently miss deadlines. They might interpret your behavior as incompetence or ineptness, when in reality you are simply working off of a different inner time clock.
You must stop putting things off! Performance not excuses is the theme of the day - every day! Discipline yourself to stay with your commitments and do what you need to be doing in the moment. No delays - do it now!

Science Daily validates Face Reading

"Angry faces: facial structure linked to aggressive tendencies,
study shows."

Angry words and gestures are not the only way to get a sense of how tempermental a person is. According to new findings in Psychological Science, a quick glance at someone's facial structure may be enough for us to predict their tendency towards aggression.
See for more information.

Friday, October 30, 2009

How short is your emotional fuse?

Are your eyes set close together or are they wide apart?

How much will you tolerate emotionally before that fuse burns down and explodes?

This is the personological trait entitled Tolerance.

People with close set eyes -

* Have a built-in sense of their version of right and wrong

* Are conscientious and dependable
* Can't relax when things are pending
* Can be fussy and a "busybody"
* Are intense and have a close focus
This person is quick to respond to whatever is happening in the moment and is committed fully and intensely once their emotions are triggered.
People with close set eyes have an inner clock which is set much quicker than most. They quickly display their feelings and actions. Their intense NOW reaction can be an inspiration to others when they are directing their attention toward positive goals.
Their tendency to become upset and irritated when things are not going their way causes them to leap into action whether they are in charge or not. It doesn't matter if they are not on their own territory; they move right in and do it anyway.
Tip About Others: You are surrounded by people whose eyes are wider apart than yours! Help them to see that what needs to be done must be done. Use your gift of reacting immediately in a positive way to inspire others.
Tip About You: If your eyes are close together, you must teach yourself to look at the bigger picture before you get all excited about a specific - which is what gets your attention immediately.
You will quickly become upset with whatever you see as being incorrect, out of line and, in your view, unjust. Others will merely see you as narrow-minded, argumentative, and sticking your nose in their business!
Your pivot or turning point is when you hear yourself thinking, "Can't he see this is wrong?" Ask yourself, "Is this really my business?" "Is it actually my responsibility?" If not, refocus your attention on what your responsibility and authority really are.

Tuesday, October 27, 2009

Genius or Criminal?

The trait of Judgment Variation (the inner corner of one eye is significantly higher than the other.

Judgment will vary depending upon
the mood or emotional state.

● Unconventional and creative.

● Due to erratic judgments, can overstep
lawful bounds in self-expression.

● Makes decisions based on mood
rather than by logic.

● Prone to moodiness.
Usually the entire face is asymmetrical when the person has one eye higher than the other. This structure is the result of having parents who are either at least five years different in their ages, and/or quite different in their personalities.

People with judgment variation can be unique and creative, bringing new conclusions or solutions from old facts.

Generally they experience wide mood swings and will tend to make judgments and decisions based upon whatever mood they may be in. They need people who are more conventional to check up on them.

This is a frequent trait of criminals as they feel and think that they are exempt from conventional rules and restraints.

Narcotics of any kind (even alcohol) are particularly dangerous for the person with judgment variation.
Tip About Others
Find ways to help less creative and conventional people to step out of their traditional routine and try something new. You can help them to understand that there is more to life than following set procedures.

Tip About You
Before making a major decision that will affect your life and that of others, wait at least 72 hours! By then, your mood will have changed and you will be able to be more objective.

Consider charting your moods on a daily basis to see what is causing the shifts. Perhaps it is your diet (low blood sugar); or just your natural biorhythms. By tracking your mood changes, you will see what is triggering them.

If you find yourself saying, “Let’s do it and worry about it later,” better stop and think through what the consequences might be of your decision and actions.
Be sure and have a creative and safe outlet for your unconventional urges.

Thursday, October 15, 2009

Online Face Reading Course

Would you like to be able to read these faces?

Online Face Reading Course being developed at an affordable fee.

Stay tuned!

Wednesday, September 30, 2009

What traits allowed him to threaten his high school?

This young man has been accused of a threat to use explosives and guns at his local high school. He is 18 years old and now being held in the county jail.

What traits do you see that would allow him to get himself into this predicament?

Look at eyebrows (how high above eyes); angle of his eyes (up or down); eyes offset at the inner corners; and the angle of his mouth.

Also check out his nostrils!

Let's see what you come up with.

Thursday, June 18, 2009

The Roots of Face Reading...part 14.

Laura Rose studied under both the Whitesides and with Genevieve Thomas, an exacting teacher, and was certified as a professional Personologist in 1971 after more than three intense years of study.

In the ensuing years she has used this skill with jury selection, teaching sales courses, working with families, and consulting with management and human resource staff.

Wednesday, June 10, 2009

The Roots of Face Reading...part 13.

Robert L. Whiteside, with a college degree in psychology and a specialization in statistics, statistically validated 68 traits that demonstrated a direct relationship between body build and personality.

Elizabeth Whiteside, with her training in biochemistry and long experience with problem children, jointly opened the Interstate College of Personology in San Francisco in 1957. It’s doors closed in the early 90’s.

Thursday, June 4, 2009

The Roots of Face Reading...part 12.

Judge Edward V. Jones correlated the work of all who had previously contributed, from Aristotle to Gall and from Freud to the father of the science of genetics, Gregor Johann Mendel. He also studied courtroom participants, correlating behavior with physical characteristics.

Jones named this new science Personology and took it to the Los Angeles Police Dept., hospitals, San Quentin prison, and developed tests for the USAF. Jones turned his work over to his pupils, the Whitesides, in 1954.

Tuesday, June 2, 2009

The Roots of Face Reading...part 11.

Dr. Katherine M.H. Blackford, in the early 1900’s, compiled all the available information on physiognomy and phrenology. She developed the amassed educational course for employers that included character reading. She and her husband, Arthur Newcombe, published Character Reading at Sight around 1922.

Friday, May 29, 2009

The Roots of Face Reading...part 10.

Franz Joseph Gall (1758-1828), a neuroanatomist and physiologist, was a pioneer in the study of the localization of mental functions in the brain.

Gall developed “cranioscopy,” a method to divine the personality and the development of mental and moral faculties on the basis of the external shape of the skull.

In 1810 the first volume of Anatomie et Physiologie du Systeme Nerveux appeared.

Judge Sonia Sotomayer - what do you see in her face?

The Roots of Face Reading...part 9.

Johann Kaspar Lavater (1741-1801), German Pastor, teacher and poet, classified facial features, mental abilities and predispositions. His Essays in Physiognomy became a major resource for better than a century, and he became known as the discoverer of a new science.

His books were translated into several languages, and published in a total of 151 editions, the last as recently as 1940. He rejected astrology, divination, animal likenesses and undertook the simple, painstaking process of observation, description, and classification.

Sunday, May 24, 2009

The Roots of Face Reading...part 8.

Petrus Camper (1722-1789) Dutch anatomist, researched the functions of the brain as they relate to behavior, and published his findings in his work, Comparative Anatomy, which served the medical/surgical community into the 20th century.

Saturday, May 23, 2009

General Charles Bolden, Jr. - What changes have occured over the years?

Sadly absent since last November....

Too much to do, so little time! Shifting responsibilities and time now for adding to this Blog. What features and traits shall we discuss next? Stay tuned!