Tan Hui Ping , Singapore
Mian Xiang, the Chinese art of Face Reading, has its roots dating back centuries. It allows a person to tell the fate or destiny of a person simply by looking at, and analyzing, the various features of their face. Specific attributes such as the distance between the eyes, the shape of the nose, or the curve of the eyebrow can indicate certain personality traits or even foretell certain events that may transpire at some point in the future.
The face is an effective and outstanding instrument of communication, and we look at faces and 'read' them a hundred times a day without giving thought to the incredible power of those messages. Indeed, Face Reading is a legitimate art and skill that is based on specific methods and observations.
Words can be insincere, actions can be deceitful - but a face never lies.
As one of the time-tested Five Arts (Wu Xing) of Chinese Metaphysics, Mian Xiang falls under the study of the physiognomy of the features, contours, shapes and hues of the face. In Mian Xiang, however, a person's face is more than what he or she shows the world; it's also a virtual map of this person's potential and destiny in life.
The Mian Xiang Mastery Series comprises Module 1 and Module 2 to allow students to learn this ancient art in a thorough, detailed manner. Each module has a carefully-developed syllabus that allows students to get acquainted with the fundamentals of Mian Xiang before moving on to the more intricate theories and principles that will enable them to practice Mian Xiang with greater depth and complexity.
Always fun, exciting, and fast-paced, the Mian Xiang Mastery Series will give you all the tools needed to effectively understand one of the most underrated instruments of communication. You'll never look at a face - your own or someone else's - the same way again.