Trees Don’t Live Under the Sea

There is not a single point in anyone’s life where they will not have experienced judgement, uncertainty, or hopelessness.
 
Some of this will come from prescribed societal forms – everyone must work a full time in a steady job. Nine to five every day. Be married. Have kids. Have one job and stick at it.
 
We all grew up with these expectations that somehow became our own.
 
They hurt us.
 
Some of us will stick at it however, convincing themselves it is they who are wrong and the “world” who is right. Of course these people become very happy in the end, finally fixed and found in jobs and in a life that doesn’t fit them. Right?
 
So what if I told you that you came with a manual and this manual was embedded in your facial features?
 
Thousands of years ago the Chinese started to observe nature very intently and closely. It’s rhythms and patterns. And then observed these rhythms and patterns in the human body and then finally the face.
 
It cannot be disagreed that humans are a part of nature.
 
So what if I told you that if you had the pattern of water on your face, or, forgive me, that of tree?
 
We understand that trees don’t live under the sea. Or that water will parch in a hot climate.
 
So what if I told you that you were similar? That with the natural patterns in your face I could transpose this information into real and practical advice, so that you could be free and live the life that nature designed you to?
 
What if you’ve been working against yourself all along?
 
If you are still skeptical about this, don’t worry. Seems pretty fantastical doesn’t it? This is a first in a series of posts explaining the “stuff” behind Chinese Face Reading (my job).

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