Face reading traces back through many cultures including the ancient practices of Greece and India and was perfected by the Chinese, over 3,000 years ago.

Chinese Face Reading originated in China’s Imperial Palaces when doctors needed a diagnostic tool. Touching the Emperor’s wives and concubines to examine them was forbidden. By using a miniature ivory reclining figure, the doctors were able to ask their patients to point to the figure to show where they were having pain. 

The ancient wisdom

These doctors learned how to correlate each organ, muscle and bone to specific facial features. They discovered how expressions marked on the face by noting where the lines appeared, then matched them to certain organs and their corresponding emotions.

Through this science of observation, a comprehensive body of knowledge was developed linking the facial features to functional organ strength or weakness, and to inherent personality and emotional traits.