The Face Reading course contains two items:
The Topographical Map of the Face:
The face can be viewed as a topographical map with the fundamental yin and yang balance seen on the face as a composite of the features that are known as mountains and rivers.
This workshop will give participants the ability to identify these features and learn to evaluate them for the correlation between the personality traits and lifestyle choices that are associated with these features. They will be shown how these factors contribute to the origins of many health conditions that are based on excess or deficiency.
The mountain features are associated with protrusions of bone signifying the strength of yang in the personality and physical strength and stamina. The river features are the softer features that exude fluids and represent the emotional nature and the strength of yin in the personality and in behavior. These features can change over time as the expressions alter their shape and markings are formed.
Excess yang is seen from many signs on the face and is correlated to many of the diseases of overuse.
Excessive yin has many other signs that are implicated in illnesses that involve repression and stagnation.
Understanding these signs will give participants additional diagnostic indicators for their practice and help them give their patients appropriate lifestyle advice that will enhance their treatments.
Signs from the Shen
The ability to recognize and evaluate Shen is one of the most important diagnostic tools in Chinese Medicine. Shen is best described as the light that shows from behind the eyes and from beneath the skin that gives clues about a patient’s psychological and physical health as well as the nature of the individual spirit.
Shen resides in the heart and also in the brain as a higher level of fire energy. According to the Nei Jing, Shen can be felt as well as seen and is necessary in the transmission of emotions between two people.
This interactive workshop will teach participants to recognize the various qualities of Shen and learn to interpret the meanings.
Students will learn to read Shen visually from the eyes and somatically as an instinctive action and felt sense.
Special attention will also be paid to Shen Disturbances that involve a variety of Mental Illnesses and how to diagnose these from the face and through an observation and evaluation of the Shen of the eyes.
Lillian Pearl Bridges is the world’s leading authority on Face Reading and Diagnosis. She is credited for bringing this body of ancient knowledge back to the field of Chinese Medicine and introducing it to Western Medicine and Business. She has over twenty-five years of experience in speaking and teaching to Complimentary and Allopathic Doctors, Acupuncturists and other Natural Health Practitioners, CEO’s and Executive Management Teams. She has developed a Golden Path Program to help her individual clients find and pursue their life’s purpose. She is also an internationally recognized Five Element Feng Shui expert. She teaches and works with major developers, architects, corporations and private clients to create ergonomic and aesthetic buildings, offices and home environments utilizing Daoist Design principles to enhance health and to increase productivity and creativity.
Lillian is the founder of The Lotus Institute, Inc., and trains students in her comprehensive Master Face Reading Certification Program and Daoist Design Program, teaches for continuing education courses at universities and colleges, and is a renowned, featured speaker at conferences, conventions and symposiums around the world. Lillian learned her skills from a long line of Master Chinese practitioners in her Chen Family Lineage and received her degree in Psychology from UCLA.
She is the author of Face Reading in Chinese Medicine, 2nd Edition, which was was released by Churchill Livingstone in August 2012 as a hardback book with all new color photos. The 1st Edition was published in 2003 as a paperback book and has been translated into German and Italian. She has been on numerous radio and television shows and was most recently was featured on the Dr. OZ show, “What Your Face Reveals About Your Health” in February 2013. She has been interviewed for publications such as Newsweek, Natural Health Magazine, the LA Times and the Irish Times. Lillian was a contributor to several books on Chinese Medicine, including TCM Stress and TCM Aging, published by Urban and Fisher in German. She has also been a contributor to numerous national and international magazines and journals.
vrijdag: 10u00 - 18u00
zaterdag: 9u00 - 17u00
Minimum aantal deelnemers: 10
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