What Do Your Wrinkles Tell You and More Face Reading Insights : Exclusive Renegade Health Interview

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It’s not hard to read these faces… “Happy!” (At Tipon outside of Cuzco, Peru)

Is it possible that your wrinkles can give away the type of person you are?

What does it mean if you or your spouse has a pronounced chin?

How can your nostrils tell someone how you are with money?

In this second half of my interview with face reader Jean Haner, she’ll answer all these questions, plus read my face publicly.

It’s a great one, so be sure to listen in…

Here’s where you can listen to Part 2 of my interview with Jean Haner (my comments follow):

Listen to Part 2 here:

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Click the play button to start the call:


Here are my thoughts:

1. If you can see into someone’s nostrils, it means they’re big spenders.

If you can see into your nostrils (or another person’s) when you’re at the same level as them, it could mean that they over spend. They could over spend money or energy, but the tendency is to put out more than they take in.

Thinking about this, I’m pretty sure it would be a challenge to have a spouse with this type of face, but great to have a boss who you could see straight into his or her brain. (LOL!)

Jean also cautions that just one facial clue doesn’t always mean the same thing, though. So if you have visible nostrils and you have large ear lobes, you actually could be very good with money.

Because of these tendencies, I tend to view face reading as a tool that will give you clues, more than a full on blueprint — and at the same time, you can listen to Jean’s reading of me and it almost feels like she took the blueprint out of my pocket when we met for lunch recently and was just reading it back to you!

2. More on health… a large chin means high testosterone.

If you want someone who has a strong sex drive, look for a strong chin. The more pronounced the chin, the stronger the sex drive in males and females.

I’ve read scientific literature that confirms this (as well as some that doesn’t), but there seems to be more confirmation than evidence refuting it.

My chin is less pronounced and my testosterone runs a little lower, so maybe that’s a little bit of evidence there. Of course, any hormone issues you may have my totally disrupt the validity of the chin’s role in testosterone.

Again, with face reading, I think the general ideas are important — the details become a little more cloudy, particularly for an outsider looking in. (Maybe Jean can clarify this more in the future.) It’s the same with health… eat food, not too much, mainly plants. (Thanks, Michael Pollan.)

3. Clarification on the eyebrows and the liver / thyroid.

After I wrote that the health of the liver can be reflected in the eyebrows the other day, many of you wrote in to say that the health of the thyroid can be reflected in the eyebrows as well.

You’re correct!

Thinning hair and eyebrows can tell you if someone has an under-active thyroid quite effectively. So thanks for pointing out something I didn’t mention, due to the narrow focus of what Jean was talking about.

4. What your wrinkles mean…

This may be the most interesting part of the entire interview. Jean explains 3 different types of wrinkles and what they mean.

Crow’s feet or wrinkles around the eyes mean you tend to have fun. They can also be called joy lines.

Horizontal wrinkles, like the ones you’ll find on the forehead mean a lesson learned or wisdom gained. The more you have, the wiser you may be.

Vertical wrinkles or smoker’s lines around the month could be a sign of over giving — sharing too much and not allowing energy in.

5. My public face reading.

I wasn’t as nervous as I seemed in the interview about a public face reading. The reason why is because you pretty much know who I am already anyway.

Anything she mentioned probably wouldn’t be surprise.

What surprised me was the depth she was able to do a face reading. This was far more impressive than any psychic or astrological reading that I’ve had in the past.

I’d love to see her read people who aren’t in the public eye, or who she’s never even talked to before. I think for me, this would totally confirm how amazing this tool can be for just about anyone who is looking to relate better to people, by understanding how the act and how they feel.

A funny part of this reading was when she told me that my nose says I’ll have a lot of fun in my 40’s. I asked if there was anything in my face that said impatience. She said yes. I responded, “good, because I’m wondering right now if I can fast forward to my 40’s right now.”

6. Stay tuned for a free reading!

I’m going to Jean’s face reading training at the end of the month and I’ve talked to her about giving a free face reading to a Renegade Health reader. After the event, I’ll be writing about my experiences and during that time, I’m going to have some sort of contest that will allow you the opportunity to win a free reading that I’ll pay for.

Stay tuned for this…

So for those of you who like this sort of stuff, you haven’t heard the last of it. For those of you who don’t, you can always read some of the other things we have for you, LOL!

Your Question of the Day: Do you have a strong chin? How about big earlobes? Let me know and tell me if your personality matches!

Win a free face reading!

Enter to win a free, personalized face reading consultation with Jean Haner via her Facebook page! You will also be able to register for Jean’s newsletter and download her free Face Reading class recording.

Here’s the URL for the FB Giveaway:
Click Here!

Or, if you do not use Facebook, you can still register for Jean’s newsletter and download her free Face Reading class recording here! Here’s the URL for Jean’s Website & Free MP3 Download: http://www.wisdomofyourface.com/subscribe.html

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.

Live Awesome!

Kevin Gianni

Kevin Gianni is a health author, activist and blogger. He started seriously researching personal and preventative natural health therapies in 2002 when he was struck with the reality that cancer ran deep in his family and if he didn’t change the way he was living — he might go down that same path. Since then, he’s written and edited 6 books on the subject of natural health, diet and fitness. During this time, he’s constantly been humbled by what experts claim they know and what actually is true. This has led him to experiment with many diets and protocols — including vegan, raw food, fasting, medical treatments and more — to find out what is myth and what really works in the real world.

Kevin has also traveled around the world searching for the best protocols, foods, medicines and clinics around and bringing them to the readers of his blog RenegadeHealth.com — which is one of the most widely read natural health blogs in the world with hundreds of thousands of visitors a month from over 150 countries around the world.


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  1. elle~b says:

    What about a wonky chin? :/

  2. Beverly says:

    I love your articles they give us alot of information thank you I use adult stem cell nutrition http://jdimlm.com/miracles they have helped me alot. God Bless America

  3. Velda says:

    I don’t have an overly big chin or ear lobes – but my ears and ear lobes get bigger as I get older – and so does my nose 🙂 I’m 64 and was divorced after 30 years of marriage – at age 52. I feel like the gal that she was talking about – that I will never find anyone that I want to be with again. Anyway, I would really love to have a face reading. It sounds interesting.

    Interesting interview Kevin. Thank you so much!!

  4. JULIE says:

    Can I win to have my husband’s face read? I swear I don’t understand him! Perhaps this will help! LOL

  5. Jim says:

    While I enjoyed Jeans comments relating to face reading, comments in her 1st half tape sparked a question in my mind based on the information that clearing had the ability to eliminate food allergies. In that respect as I have been diagnosed as having Celiac’s Disease, ie gluten intolerence, I would like to know if its possible to eliminate gluten food sensitivity.

  6. Heather says:

    Kevin, Thank you for sharing this — you did a great job on the interview, as always!

    Jim, I have actually had Jean Haner clear my house. Within 3 months of clearing my house, I found the right naturopath who gave the me final key to healing my digestive system, including gluten intolerance and several other digestive issues that I’ve been working on for a decade.

    This made me take her clearing classes because I was so impressed! Apparently, even if you don’t get a personal clearing, but you have a space clearing, the energy clearing allows you to either heal or find the person who can help you finally solve a health issue. I’ve heard stories from others as well — it’s pretty amazing.

    I always love that Kevin has the kind of curiosity that allows us to learn about physical health, emotional health and energy healing. It’s all part of the puzzle!

  7. Velda says:

    Boy, she has you nailed. It is so obvious that you are a very caring individual. 🙂 It was even more obvious to me when I had the opportunity to actually meet you.

  8. olga says:

    Thank you very much it is very interesting interview olga

  9. Erin says:

    Is there a possibility of entering for the face reading giveaway if you do not participate with Facebook? Thanks!

  10. Julia says:

    I love it. I enjoy her communication style and of course the information. Now I’m totally into this, too! I’m definitely going to read all her books as well as books by other authors on this topic. I don’t have facebook so too bad can’t enter that contest, but I’ll stay tuned for your contest later for a free face reading.

    What she says about type 4 in another audio file from her website, with the round forehead, prominant chin and color under the eyes – that was me since I was a kid, and I am highly intuitive. When I take the Myers Briggs 16 type personality tests I usually test as INFP with the N meaning intuitive and I actually tend to score very high in that area, and I am very artistic and musical – I play piano, violin, sing, and I’m also a portrait artist (so I dig faces, too!), and I am thin build with small wrists/ankles just as she described. Funny, though, I pursued speech pathology as a profession which is very linear/sequential/scientific as I’m also very strong in that area. I want to read all her books including the one on kid’s faces as it will help me when I work with kids, too! I really like this! Thank you, Kevin, for teaching me something new and so awesome!! I’m so excited!

  11. Mimi says:

    Doesn’t everyone develop wrinkles? All of them? What about children? Does it mean they don’t enjoy life? I definitely do believe this and my dad always studies my face before he hugs me whenever I see him. My grandfather had huuuumungous earlobes and was amazing with planning his money. I always have had really dark circles under my eyes no matter what I do. I heard this relates to kidneys?

  12. Maureen Gianni says:

    Wow! Facinating! Jean was right on target with you!!!

  13. Sarah says:

    Ah, Barnacles! I don’t do Facebook. That’s kinda not fair, can I sign up for the newsletter and be entered??

  14. ednarose says:

    There are many that choose not to do facebook.
    Sad that it leaves those of us out,that do not
    want to do it…

  15. Judy Porter says:

    What do diagonal lines under your eyelids mean?

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