Just finished reading Barbara's book Face Reading How to Know Anyone at a Glance. Saying the book is good is an underestimate. However, saying Barbara's book is an excellent reference is more realistic. Highly recommended.
Reza D, United Kingdom
Thursday, January 4, 2018
After looking at over 10,000 people in my Classes and personal sessions, I've done sessions for famous actors, political leaders, CEO's and unemployed folks, military leaders, spiritual mystics, WW II spies, drug dealers and prostitutes. What is the common thread of all these Sessions? We all share the hope for happiness and longing for love.
What of physical beauty - Is it only for the rich who can afford it? What I've seen instead is that beauty comes is in those people (no matter their outer circumstance) who are genuine and kind, warm, and good hearted. They strive for a nobility and spirituality (not necessarily the same as 'religion'). Even with all sorts of physical deformities or skin cancer, or whatever, these folks have beautiful faces (not necessarily 'perfect' features).
When I teach Classes on Romance, one thing my students tell me (and I agree): 'gorgeous' women or incredibly 'handsome' men become 'ugly' over time when their actions are malicious or mean spirited. And on the other hand those of us who are just 'average' looking, over time become 'beautiful' because we are reflecting kindness, love, and sincerity...