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Face Reading in Chinese Medicine

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An exciting new, full-colour edition of Face Reading in Chinese Medicine featuring over 200 colour photographs and practical instructions on how to conduct a face reading!

Face reading has been part of Traditional Chinese Medicine for many centuries, and Professor Lillian Bridges is a popular academic and international lecturer on the subject who gained her fascinating know
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ebook, 328 pages
Published August 14th 2014 by Churchill Livingstone (first published August 20th 2003)
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Jenny
Oct 04, 2009 Jenny rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
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If you’re the type of person who believes in fate, destiny, horoscopes and the like, you should definitely pick this book up. Face reading was something that I thought was really phony, even though I believe in horoscopes. But after I went through a few of the main facial features, like the eyes and the nose, I realized how part of my personality was already predetermined by the size of my lips and the way my cheeks are structured.
I would also recommend this book to people who do not believe i
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Christine Theberge Rafal
Interesting book. Two basic ideas really appealed to me: the idea of original face (or who we were each born to be/designed to be) and the observation that our faces acquire markings. There were also two ideas about how these markings acquired, the new-to-me idea that single significant events can mark particular parts of the face, and the more familiar-to-me idea that some markings result from habitual expressions. Some tidbits I liked:
*concerning the appearance of grief lines, Bridges writes
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Angelina Davydova
Wonderful book! Very useful for everyone :)
Jen
Nov 30, 2010 Jen rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
i love her. amazing speaker and her stuff is really interesting.
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