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.

1 comment:

  1. I love it Laura! This is great. Thanks so much for the helpful suggestions. I have to come back when I have time to read everything. (I didn't know you had a blog!)