Look me in the eyes, babe

“For attractive lips, speak words of kindness. For lovely eyes, seek out the good in people. For a slim figure, share your food with the hungry. For beautiful hair, let a child run his fingers through it once a day. For poise, walk with the knowledge you’ll never walk alone… People, even more than things, have to be restored, renewed, revived, reclaimed and redeemed, redeemed and redeemed…” – Sam Levenson

Setting energies free is a skill which requires wisdom. The wisdom of the heart. Don’t we all know people who are adored, just adored? These people radiate out from the face, not their physical appearance or their material possessions. It is their authenticity which attracts our attention. Now ‘authenticity’ is a simple word. To acquire or become an authentic being, one must be in balance with the natural flow of life. Those people accept their feelings, their failures – they don’t deny themselves and take beauty and joy to be their guidance in life.
Our inner abstract is perfect and yet we must build the relationship with it, learn to find the best angle and perspective to appreciate its radiance. Imagine we would be given the ‘map of life’ early… We would not rely so much on the messages we get from family, school systems, friends, the culture we’re born in, colleagues etc. No, we would build a stronger relationship with our own self and perhaps walk through life in a lighter and more connected fashion.

Living in the now is a magical thing and yet it requires trust and peace in the heart. Letting go of thought patterns and learn the wisdom our face radiates, is as much as a cleansing as de-cluttering our space or detoxing our body. It is true redemption.

I want to offer you a tiny appetizer: In Taoistic Face Reading all face features are assigned to one of the 5 elements, well, to qualities of the elements to be precise. Now when we look at someone’s face and see rather prominent eyebrows, we know we are facing a person who is driven and confident and who probably wants to be in charge. It is a feature showing a leader characteristic. Now this feature is naturally given and shows a challenge this person will face throughout the entire life. As said, this is only a tiny appetizer of what can be learned from a person’s face. A fascinating and beautiful as well as fun method to take all our relationships to another level!