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Face Reader Discover Anyone's Personality, Compatibility, Talents, and Challenges Through Chinese Face Reading

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ISBN-10: 0525950001

ISBN-13: 9780525950004

Edition: 2007

Authors: Patrician McCarthy

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What if you could learn powerful insights into a person just by seeing his or her face? For 2,500 years, the science of Mien Shiang (pronounced myen-shung), or Chinese face reading, has given anyone who studies its form this incredible ability. Whether working with executives from Fortune 500 firms or readying the nations top attorneys to choose the ideal juries for their clients, Patrician McCarthy has built a reputation for her ability to help others determine a persons personality, potential, and inherent talents by analyzing his or her facial structure and features. Now McCarthy shares her understanding of this ancient knowledge with readers everywhere. Literally meaning face (mien)…    
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Book details

List price: $27.95
Copyright year: 2007
Publisher: Penguin Publishing Group
Publication date: 4/12/2007
Binding: Hardcover
Pages: 256
Size: 7.75" wide x 9.25" long x 0.75" tall
Weight: 1.496
Language: English

Patrician McCarthyis the first Mien Shiang expert to translate this ancient science for the mainstream American public. For over twenty years, she has taught the powerful implications of face reading to medical students, alternative health practitioners, lawyers, Olympic athletes, and corporate CEOs. She established the Mien Shiang Institute at the renowned University of Traditional Chinese Medicine in Los Angeles. This is her first book.

Author's Note
Introduction
How Mien Shiang Can Help You in Your Everyday Life
The Origin of Mien Shiang
How I Came to Learn and Love Mien Shiang
Mien Shiang: A Holistic Practice for Mind, Body, Spirit
How to Use This Book
The Elements of Mien Shiang
What Is a Face?
Recognition
Communication
The Five Taoist Principles of Mien Shiang
The Principle of Harmony
The Principle of Entirety
The Principle of Qi
The Principle of Yin and Yang
Using Yin and Yang to Read the Face
The Principle of the Five Elements
Using the Five Elements and Their Associations to Read the Face
What Determines Our Five Element Constitutional Type
A Five Element Balancing Act
Five Element Personality Tests
The Five Element Personality Quiz
The Five Element Test
Characteristics and Traits of the Five Element Personalities
The Five Element Emotional Traits
The Defining Emotion
The Gifts and Challenges of the Emotions
The Qi for Each of the five Element Body Types
The Wood Personality
The Fire Personality
The Earth Personality
The Metal Personality
The Water Personality
How We Read Faces
What Do We Read on the Face?
Each Feature's Own Identifiable Characteristics
Interpreting the Features' Characteristics
Face Shapes
The Eight Common Face Shapes
Inherited and Acquired Facial Traits
Our Inherited Facial Traits
Our Acquired Facial Markings
How to Interpret the Gifts and Challenges of the Traits
Using Your Gifts and Challenges
The Specific Age Areas of the Face
Gender and the Age Areas of the Face
The Early-Age Markings on the Ears
The Two Sides of the Face
Unmatching Sides
Determining the Yin and Yang Sides of the Face
Some Exceptions
Reading the Individual Features
Analyzing Each Feature for Specific Traits
Determining the Size of the Features
Ears
Kidney Jing
Ear Size
Ear Shape
The Three Sections of the Ear: Reading for Risk Taking
Set of Ears
Ear Set and Positioning
Positioning of Ears
Reading the External Ear
Markings on the Ears Relating to Early Childhood
Helix
Ear Color
Earlobes
Ear Cartilage and Your Basic Constitution
Hairline
Hairline Shapes
Forehead
The Three Regions
Size and Shape
Markings on the Forehead
Brow Bones
Sizes and Shapes
Eyebrows
Set and Position
Texture, Shape, and Length
Markings on the Eyebrows
Yin Tong
Suspended Needles
Eyes
Size and Shape
Set and Positioning
Markings Around the Eyes
Marks of Infidelity
Cheeks
Size and Shape
Middle and Lower Cheeks
Markings on the Cheeks
Cheekbones
Set, Size, and Shape
Nose
Size
Length
Set and Positioning
Shape
Tip of the Nose
Markings on the Nose
Fa Ling Lines
Philtrum
Mouth
Sizes and Shapes of Lips and Mouth
Set and Positioning
Markings on the Mouth
Chin
Size and Shape
Markings on the Chin
Jaws
Size and Shape
Set of the Jaws
Afterword
Acknowledgments