You don’t need to be a world-class face reader to tell these people might end up unhealthy if they keep these faces up…
What I have for you today is so different and so awesome…
I have no idea if you’re going to like it or not, but I’m so into it right now that I just can’t help but share it with you.
My guest in Part 1 of this 2 Part series is Jean Haner. She’s a Hay House author and a face reader.
Yes, a face reader. Basically — to say it modestly — she can look at your face and tell your personality, your future, and your health.
Think it sounds weird? Well, I did too, until I met her. She’s one of the coolest, most grounded people I’ve met in my time knocking around the health and personal development space.
I think you’re going to love this interview. During our talk, she talks about how the face can show your health, the 5 basic types of faces and a lot more. (Be sure to listen to Part 2 when I publish it, because she’s going to publicly read my face to show just how spot on she can be.)
Here’s where you can listen to Part 1 now (my thoughts follow)…
Listen to Part 1 here:
Click the play button to start the call:
Here are my thoughts (please keep in mind, this is an interview that is a must listen, so my thoughts are limited here)…
1. I think face reading is so cool.
When I first heard about what Jean does, I was a little skeptical. I wasn’t quite sure that the face could project certain personality clues about an individual, nor did I believe that she could read them.
I was expecting another new-age pseudo-psychic lady who just sprayed guesses until one hit the target.
This was so far from the truth. Jean is the real deal.
My basic understanding of face reading was that certain parts of the face can show signs of good or poor health of certain organs. For instance the forehead is most closely related to the small intestines and gut and the chin is related to hormones (particularly in females.)
But once I met Jean in person and saw that she was a quite normal looking person (with a very non-normal gift) — I thought I should learn more about this.
Now that I have, I have to say that I’m blown away at how you can recognize personality from someone’s face. Stay tuned for the second part of this interview when Jean reads mine publicly. You might be just as surprised as I was.
2. I’d like to know about your eyebrows.
Jean mentions that the eyebrows are tied to the function of the liver. Thick and prominent eyebrows reflect a strong liver, while thin or non-prominent reflect a weakness in the liver.
I’d love to know what type of eyebrows you have and if you’ve ever had issues — or not — with your liver.
Now, just saying you have a good or bad liver doesn’t cut it, of course. I’d love to see a study that confirms what Jean was saying is true, relatively true, or not so true.
Regardless of the results, it would be hard for me to think there isn’t something to face reading since we’re intuitive beings that had (and still have to) rely on our instincts — or maybe a face read — to determine if we’re in danger or not.
Back to the health aspects of this, I recently was watching Dr. Oz (I don’t do this regularly, but caught an episode a few months ago) and a guest came on who could read the tongue to determine someone’s health issues. I was blown away by this as well, because within minutes the doctor had identified the health challenges of 2 women from the audience.
So if the tongue tells you something, I’m sure the face and other areas of the body are incredible sources of information. Any doctor or health practitioner could benefit from knowing how to face read — even if it’s just to give them a ballpark assessment about the personality or possible tendencies of a patient.
3. Which type are you?
Jean outlines 5 types of faces. There’s no point in rehashing them here, since she does such a good job in the interview, but I’d love to know which type you are. I’m definitely the second one!
4. I’m actually so into this I’m going to her workshop at the end of this month.
I know, I’m gushing about this stuff…
But, I can’t help it. I loved meeting Jean and now doing this follow up interview for you to learn what I did. In fact, I loved it so much I committed to going to her live training in Carlsbad, CA at the end of this month. I usually don’t sign up for events like this as willingly as I did for this one, so that means I’m into it. Here’s the flyer if you want to jump on board!
5. Be sure to check out the second part.
If you’re skeptical of this or are a scientific mind, you have to listen to part two of this interview. In it, she reads my face from a picture and, man, is it amazing.
Your Question of the Day: What do you like of face reading? Works? Wo-woo?
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Jean Haner, Hay House author of The Wisdom of Your Face and The Wisdom of Your Child’s Face, teaches compassionate and affirming ways for people to understand their true nature and to look with love at everyone in their lives, including that reflection in the mirror. With her 30 year background in ancient Chinese principles of balance and health, Jean is well known for providing fun, fascinating and practical information that can be put to immediate use in your life.
Jean married into a Chinese family when she was in her 20’s, and first learned face reading from her very traditional mother-in-law. It wasn’t until years later that she discovered how tolerant her mother-in-law had been; since Jean had no “moneybags” on her face, she wasn’t considered to be a lucky match for her husband! She went on to study the deeper foundations of face reading with many teachers over the years, and learned that it has nothing to do with luck and everything to do with learning to be true to your nature.