I’m taking a step back from my social media to fully focus on my new project – weekly posts on CFR don’t feel right any more – I don’t expect to be gone that long. I am available for readings just not the social media grind. See you soon!
In Chinese face reading, eyebrows, for the most part, relate to how we make our decisions.
Curved eyebrows relate to the archetype of the mother, so when this person is faced with a decision, they want a win-win for everyone. They want an outcome that has no losers, where everyone has a place at the table and is fed.
Sometimes, when faced with a decision, this person will choose to please another rather than themselves.
Other times, they’ll defer to get a second or even third opinion. They want more input in case they’ve missed anything and they want reassurance for what they are about to do.
That’s it for this week!
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Unsurprisingly, this reading comes with a lot of caveats.
Portraits of Shakespeare remain contested by academics and unverified, and even then portraits were painted to flatter the subject.
So I have to add, before we begin, that this reading takes the Cobbe portrait of Shakespeare (the one shown), takes that his plays were written by him and under one person, and uses his baptism date.
Babies at this time were shortly christened after birth, two to three days at most, because of the high infant mortality rate and a Christian belief – those who were not baptised would spend an eternity in hell. Neglecting your newborn’s baptism was not the right foot to start on as a new parent in these highly religious times.
Where the recorded baptism date falls in the calendar, does not affect the reading or the system that I use for it.
I also need to mention that my knowledge of Shakespeare and his work is minimal.
I can’t believe this man is a writer.
What his face is telling me, and his birthdate, is that he’s very quick and very fast, which means mental agility as well as a short attention span and a desire to be around people and have their attention.
We call this pattern in Chinese Medicine, the fire pattern – There’s a reddishness in his beard and his cheeks, his eyes are large and shallow set, the canthi are pointed, his mouth is small and the corners are pointed, and it looks as if his nose tip might be pointed as well. In a copy of the Cobbe portrait it shows this gentleman balding – another sign of the fire pattern.
Fire burns quickly, fire leaps, fire naturally attracts attention.
A pattern in his birthdate that heightens this agility is that of the wind – a thing which is ever-restless and moving.
Writing is a solitary activity and requires lots of tenacity and perseverance.
If this man is Shakespeare, I’d expect him to act on the stage as well. And if he did write, I’d expect him to write intermittently, in unusual places (such as using the kitchen table, or the floor, as a desk), have a wide and broad repertoire but have difficulty finishing things, or finish things very quickly. Speed and output are the names of his game
The primary goal of this man’s life is to find his voice and express himself – quite literally.
Chinese Medicine relates different patterns in nature to different organs. One of the organs associated with Shakespeare’s life purpose (in his birthdate) is the larynx, the voice box.
When someone has this as their destiny, we can find a lifelong pattern of them struggling to find their voice and use it. Once they’ve mastered knowing who they are and how to express it, they will then become an agent of change. (To learn more about this, please see the article I wrote on this: https://circularfacereading.com/2019/08/16/the-crippled-warrior-abuse-of-the-elder/).
His work in life, what he was created to do, was to express himself through entertainment and change lives through doing so.
That’s it for today, see you next week!
As well as denoting character, facial features in Chinese Medicine can also express times in our lives. Hairlines relate to the experience of our teenage years.
All teenage years are hard and troubling, but for those with uneven hairlines that time was filled with an unprecedented amount of stress and turmoil that isn’t the normal experience of a teen.
If we look at Sophie Turner’s hairline it goes up a bit just before her hair swoops forward. This means that the years between fourteen and sixteen years of age were particularly tumultuous for her.
Fourteen was the age that she started working on the hit TV show Game of Thrones. From her hairline, I assume she was fifteen when the first series was released and began to read the online hatred and bullying, and so was exposed to unnatural levels of public scrutiny.
Another person who grew up as child star, and also has an uneven hairline, is Lindsay Lohan:
Again, in this picture just to the right of where her hair parts, you can see the hairline comes out a little bit. Again, this indicates a time of stress at fourteen years.
That’s it for today, speak soon!