“Tall, dark and handsome.” We hear this so often to describe the perfect man. But is this really the definition of a perfect man? Actually, from what I know, his face will hold the key to whether or not he’s perfect for you.
In my work with clients searching to meet the perfect mate, the first thing I tell them, is that what they think they may be attracted to and what they really want in a partner, may be two completely different things. The best way to know is in the face.
Our faces, our features, markings, wrinkles and scars tell the story of our life experiences and our unique personality characteristics and behaviors. If you want to know if someone is for you and if a relationship can actually last, there are three key components to consider.
Firstly, you have to get absolutely, crystal clear on what you want in a life partner. The only way to do this is to list everything you want in that person from looks to hobbies, demeanor, favorite foods, romantic gestures, personality, occupation, etc. If your list is less than 50 items, it’s not long enough. When I give this task to my clients, they think I’m crazy, especially when I send back the list the first three times I see it because it’s too short. Getting specific really does help to know and attract the person you can actually have a long term, meaningful relationship with. The added bonus for me is that as I begin to see the picture of the person a client wants, the features of that face begin to reveal themselves and I can help my clients know what to look for in that online dating profile picture or the girl flirting with them in the Starbucks line.
Secondly, you must now match your list to his/her face. So, if you want someone who likes sports, is athletic and a little competitive, but is also neat and loves to cook and has a great relationship with his mom, then there are certain features you should be paying attention to when you see your date for the first time. For a guy like this, he should have a nice strong jaw and strong, full (but not bushy) eyebrows, a straight nose that is not too little for his face, but not the biggest feature either, he should have some fleshiness to his cheeks (not to chiseled and/or gaunt) as well as full lips and no horizontal lines across the bridge of his nose. There may be many other aspects to his personality, but with these features checked off, I can guarantee that he will begin to fit the picture of your perfect mate.
Face Reading is a science developed many years ago in ancient China and although each face is unique and each combination of features creates a completely individual personality profile for everyone, there IS predictability and patterning involved that displays accuracy and knowledge that still awes me everyday.
Thirdly, and perhaps most importantly, is to know what your face says about you, about who you really are and if what you are looking for is a match to your innate personality profile. If you have a prominent nose and strong cheekbones, then you are going to be a perfectionist and will often like to be in charge. Is the mate that you are seeking looking for the second fiddle chair? Is that what his/her features say? Do you want someone who will challenge you or go along with you? If you have round, full cheeks and lips, you are going to want cozy surroundings and big family dinners in your life. Mr. Tall, dark and handsome with chiseled features may be more of a loner, who likes clean lines and dinners for two. Can that combination work for you and fill you up emotionally for the rest of your life?
Your face tells the story of you, and your Mr. or Mrs. Right’s face tells the story of them. My advice to you in this month of love is know what you want, know who you are and look for love in all the right Faces!
Michelle Butt is a Face Reading Practitioner, and Certified Master Holistic Solutions Coach. She is also a contributing author to the book, Ready, Aim, Captivate! featuring Deepak Chopra.
Face Reading is her passion as she has come to know that ALL that we have internally experienced emotionally, physically and environmentally tells its story externally on our faces. Our faces are our unique offerings to the world and they hold a treasure of insights that we can begin to discover and embrace through the Science of Face Reading.
Her goal in life is to assist others in truly understanding who they are, what they are saying to the world, at all times, by all means, and to guide them to achieving the joyful, fulfilling, successful lives that they desire.