Face Reading Mitt Romney

Mitt Romney’s Face

Face Reading Mitt Romney’s Face

By Jean Haner

Here is a Face Reading that I thought you would enjoy reading. This face reading is done without political preference.

Please know that when I do a face reading for a politician, I need to set any of my personal views aside, and neutrally and objectively communicate the facts of what I see. So there is no veiled effort here to push any agenda or make negative or positive judgments. I am simply reading the information presented on his face.

And just to make sure this is clear – Chinese face reading is an ancient branch of Chinese medicine, and is thousands of years old. Basically, it’s a science about recognizing patterns. There are patterns in your face – the size and shape of your features, any wrinkles or markings that develop; all these characteristics combine to reveal a deeper pattern of who you are inside.

Businessman’s Face
And with Romney’s face, there is one major pattern immediately apparent. He could have been sent from Central Casting to fill the role of “businessman.” The rectangular shape of his face, his thick eyebrows, indented temples, fleshy nose, strong chin and a few other fine details are all classic messages of someone who could find great success in business, as he has.

These aspects of Romney’s face reveal that he is good at setting goals and achieving them. He’ll excel at creating a strategy to get from Point A to Point B and then concentrate on doing the work to get there in the most efficient way possible.

He values a logical, linear approach to everything. In his world, it’s really very simple: You set a goal, create an action plan to achieve it, and you go step by step until you reach that goal.

Concrete Thinker
If Romney encounters a problem during this process, he confronts it with a kind of “repairman” mentality. He believes you should tackle any problem head-on with a logical, structured approach. In other words, if you’re trying to repair an object, you look at all the pieces and decide what needs to be fixed or replaced and then you do it. Problem solved, move on.

This can be fine in many cases, but it leans a bit too much into a style of thinking that Western psychologists define as “concrete thinking.” This means he may tend to choose too much of a literal or systematic approach even in cases that require a more sophisticated thought process, to recognize the complexities involved in finding a successful solution.

Compatibility with Ryan
When it comes to his working relationship with his running mate, Paul Ryan, this view of the world is one that Ryan shares, so it helps us understand why Romney chose him. They’re both very comfortable approaching everything as a goal to be conquered or a problem to be fixed, all viewed through the filters of their left brains.

He Is – But He Isn’t!
Usually, when I read someone’s face, I get very clear, distinct information, but when I started to do a full reading of Mitt Romney’s face, it was bewildering. Every time I came to one conclusion about some aspect of his personality, I immediately discovered its opposite characteristic.

The overriding message his face is giving me is: “He is, but he isn’t.” Let me give you some examples:

If you look at Romney’s eyebrows, you’ll notice they’re set very low on his face, very close to his eyes. This usually means someone is approachable. For example, people are likely to feel they can go right up to him and have a conversation, that he’s comfortable interacting with everyone.

But with Romney, this is immediately countered by other signs on his face that give a strong indication of of “social awkwardness,” the fact that he’s actually not comfortable being approached by most people outside of his known community.

So when you do come up to him, if you’re at all sensitive, you may feel his discomfort and be confused those “is and isn’t” messages. He’s approachable, but he’s not approachable.

Joy Lines
Next, there are what I call Joy lines by his eyes. In the West, we call those “Crow’s Feet.” In face reading, they’re considered a very positive sign, that this person is warm and affectionate and you’ll have a positive experience with him.

You only develop Joy Lines by giving genuine smiles, which involve both the muscles around the mouth and the eyes. And I’m sure Mr. Romney does give many genuine smiles!

But these Joy Lines are modified by his very tense mouth. Most of the smiles that he gives in public are not genuinely felt. When he’s with his “own kind” he will feel comfortable and will smile authentically, but in most public situations, the smiles are forced and inauthentic.

So this is another example of “he is but he isn’t”  – he can be warm and affectionate when he feels comfortable, but in most situations, he’s UNcomfortable, and so – have a positive experience with him? Not so much.

In some angles in photographs, it seems that Romney has a strong jaw, and this is good for a politician. There have been several scientific studies that show that it’s usually the politician with the strongest jaw who wins the election.

The jaw shows how competitive someone is, how driven they are to win, but also how much they’ll stick to their convictions. So when voters see a candidate with a powerful jaw, even though they don’t know face reading, they unconsciously feel that this person will stand up for them, and they feel safe with him.

But when you take a closer look, Romney actually doesn’t have a very strong jaw. It’s really his chin that’s the largest feature in his lower face, and it makes it seem like his jaw is also big.

The messages I’m seeing in this particular jaw is someone who does have drive and strong values but at the same time privately struggles with low confidence and self-doubt. This can actually be a good thing because otherwise, he might be too confident or set in his ways! But again, we have the message of “he is, but he isn’t.”

Romney has a rounded upper forehead, which signifies an intuitive nature. But the message of this forehead is modified by his rectangular face shape, thick eyebrows and indented temples, which all talk about someone who doesn’t value intuition or instincts, or would be too embarrassed to admit he does! So he may be naturally intuitive but suppresses it. Yet another possible “he is, but isn’t.”

So this pervasive theme of “he is – but he isn’t” makes me wonder if it’s the reason the Republican Party has been so unexcited about his candidacy. It’s almost like there’s no “there” there!

Reading Barak Obama’s Face, click here.

What is Face Reading?

Chinese face reading is an ancient branch of Chinese medicine, which teaches that you were born with a personal blueprint that is yours and yours alone, and that this inner architecture can be seen in your outer design — the features of your face

The secrets of your inner nature and personal potential are eloquently inscribed in the curve of your cheeks, the shape of your eyes, the contour of your brows, the unique language of your original design.

Jean Haner, the author of The Wisdom of Your Face and The Wisdom of Your Child’s Face, teaches compassionate and affirming ways for people to understand their true nature and to look with love at everyone in their lives, including that reflection in the mirror. With her 30 year background in ancient Chinese principles of balance and health, Jean is well known for providing fun, fascinating and practical information that can be put to immediate use in your life.

Source: Jean Haner. wisdomofyourface.com

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