MENSCHENVERSTÄNDNIS AUF HÖCHSTEM NIVEAU
Hast du dich auch schon einmal gefragt, wer du wirklich bist? Was deine wahren Stärken und Talente sind, was dich besonders macht und ob du dein volles Potential bereits ausschöpfst?
Dein Gesicht und deine Körperformen bilden eine einzigartige Landkarte zu deinen ganz persönlichen Schätzen.
Begebe dich jetzt auf die Reise zu deinem authentischen Selbst und finde heraus
wohin dich deine persönliche Landkarte führt.
FACE READING GIBT DIR DIE MÖGLICHKEIT DIE LANDKARTE DEINER KÖRPERFORMEN ZU ENTSCHLÜSSELN, DEINE PERSÖNLICHEN STÄRKEN, POTENTIALE UND BEDÜRFNISSE ZU ERKENNEN UND DIESE GEWINNEND IM LEBEN EINZUSETZEN.
Face Reading gilt allgemein als Synonym für den Begriff der Psycho-Physiognomik. Das bedeutet, in Gesichtern und Körperformen zu lesen. Unser Gesicht und unsere Körperformen sind unsere persönliche Visitenkarte, sie machen uns einzigartig. Man könnte sie auch als Spiegel unserer Persönlichkeit bezeichnen. Im Gesicht können wir unsere Talente und Begabungen erkennen genauso wie unsere Herausforderungen und Stolpersteine.
Man erkennt Anlagen und wie wir mit ihnen umgehen, ob wir sie gewinnbringend für uns nutzen, sie überfordern oder sogar brach liegen lassen. Die Grundannahme dabei lautet, dass die äusseren Formen durch die innere Energie geprägt werden.
Durch das Bewusstsein „wie wir gestrickt sind“ können wir uns besser steuern, und harmonisieren.
Dieses liebevolle Selbstmanagement lässt uns mehr strahlen und erfüllter und erfolgreicher im Leben stehen.
Where are the origins of face reading?Face reading is generally considered synonymous with the term psycho-physiognomics and has fascinated humanity for thousands of years. The origins of psycho-physiognomics can be found around 2000 years before Christ in ancient China and India, where the findings were already written down. (One of the oldest books on this subject is the "Puggala Pannatti" ("The Book of Characters") from 300 BC). There is also evidence of early research into human body forms in Europe. In ancient Greece, philosophers and scholars were concerned with human physiognomy and made connections between facial features and behaviour. Socrates (469-399 B.C.) and his student Plato (428-348 B.C.) already described physical expressions in their works and related these to character traits such as prudence, prudence, nobility etc. The Greek philosopher Aristotle (384-322 BC) also saw a connection between the physique and the personality of a person, which he wrote down in his "Physiognomia", thus laying the foundation for psycho-physiognomics. He is also considered an early founder of patho-physiognomics, which draws conclusions about physical weaknesses and diseases from the observation of the face. The masters of the fine arts have also incorporated the knowledge gained from psychophysiognomic research into their works for centuries. For in the paintings of old masters, the faces of the sitters always convey something about their character. With the beginning of the modern age, scholars, stimulated by the generally increased interest in the ancient teachings, became more interested in the writings that had been handed down. The Swiss Paracelsus (1493-1541) summarised his knowledge of nature and human beings in a new medical science. He concluded that everything that happens inside the body can also be seen on the outside. Wilhelm Heinrich Schüßler (1821-1898) was also influenced by the knowledge of facial diagnostic signs. The natural scientist Carl Huter (1861-1912) is considered the founder of today's psycho-physiognomics. From 1904-1906, he wrote his main work, which is still considered the basis of applied knowledge of human nature. For him, the results of his research manifest themselves in the following sentence: "The spirit lives in the forms. This means that the outer appearance of a person is the mirror of his inner being. The doctrine of psycho-physiognomics always views the human being in a value-neutral way beyond origin and descent. The special potential of the insights gained lies in shaping everyday dealings with oneself and one's personal environment in a responsible, empathetic, self-critical, tolerant and far-sighted manner. In our present time, research does not stand still, of course. Previous findings are constantly being updated, interpreted in a modern way and seen in the context of the zeitgeist.
For which areas can Face Reading be used?Face Reading is a valuable support for all life and professional issues. Whether life counselling, counselling on unloved areas of the face, coaching, couples counselling, family counselling. Or in a business context for team building, personnel management, job coaching and career counselling. Through Face Reading we can better recognise and understand ourselves and our counterparts. Face Reading trains our empathy and interpersonal skills and promotes our self-love and love of people. This helps us privately and of course also professionally.
What distinguishes Face Reading from other methods?Compared to methods such as astrology and human design, face reading does not have a blueprint that is given unchangeably from birth. All information is read out on the basis of the facial and physical characteristics at the current time. Of course, talents and potentials given at birth can be identified. However, significant changes can occur in the course of life. The great advantage of face reading is that you can see how and whether the person is actually living up to their potential at the given time and in which areas they currently have challenges.
Interpretation of personality and character?Face readers say that a person already has his or her personality from birth. It is, so to speak, the individual essence of each person. In the course of life, character is added, which is shaped by the environment, family, upbringing and culture. If this is congruent with the personality, we experience an authentic person. If, however, the character is far removed from the personality, we experience a "split" person who often goes through life frustrated or disoriented. The aim of face reading is to support the person to get back into balance and to live out his or her genuine being.