According to Classical Chinese Medicine, the face contains numerous clues about the health and functioning of the internal organs. But more importantly, it gives a wealth of information about the personality and the behavior of an individual that contribute to health problems. Facial Diagnosis allows practitioners to delve into the psychological and emotional underlay of disease.
The Facial Map of Life Experiences shows what has happened to an individual and records the traumas that create Jing and QI blockages, whereas the Emotional Map reveals the frequently used expression and the repressed emotions that lead to trapped fire and inflammation. Practitioners will learn to read important diagnostic markings on the face from photographs.
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