What your face says about you
Your face may be telling more secrets about you than you imagine. A new workshop on this skill aims to reveal dark secrets about human nature by looking at one’s facial features
Ever wondered why Aamir Khan is perceived as an out-of-the-box thinker, and an intellectual person with good judgement? The secret might lie in his long earlobes. According to face reader Varun Rupani, who is conducting a workshop on face reading this weekend, a person’s face gives away more information than he/she may want to reveal. “Every part of a person’s face tells something; this varies depending on its shape and size,” says Rupani.
People with long earlobes like Aamir Khan are usually out-of-the-box thinkers, and perceived as intellectuals with good judgment sense.
For example people with joint eyebrows worry a lot, are often interfering, and are more likely to take everything personally. Likewise, people with large lips are believed to be courageous, friendly and at times, outspoken.
Large lips like Angelina Jolie is a sign of courageous, friendly and sometimes outspoken personality Pics/AFP
Rupani refers to his method of reading faces as an art, based on the ancient Vedic wisdom. “It’s not an exact science, but the knowledge helps you know humans better,” he says, adding, “It is connected to the psychology of a person and a way to predict the personality and behaviour. The accuracy level of the predictions is usually around 85%.”
When asked if there are certain faces, which are easier to read than others, Rupani replies, “There is nothing such as an easy or a difficult face; however, reading a face of an aged person is far easy as compared that of a teenager. But if you know the tricks, you can find every face easy.”
Rupani, who is also a graphologist, a palmist and a numerologist has been practising and teaching face reading for the last six years. He is secretive about the source from where he learnt this art, but expresses his gratitude to those who helped him acquire this knowledge. When asked about the practical use of face reading and the workshop, Rupani says, “It makes it easy to decide whether to trust someone or not. Participants can gauge a new and a hidden tool to help understand the personality and behavioural traits of those you interact with.”
On: August 10, 17 and 24, 4 pm to 7 pm
At: G-102, Globus Talent, Fantasia Business Park, Vashi.
Call: 24072407, 9920925666
Fee: Rs 12,000, Rs 15,000 (for individual classes)
Log on to: www.facereading.in
Look and tell
Three or more horizontal lines in the forehead between the eyes: The person is full of responsibility with a lot of pressure. As they age, these lines convert into one horizontal line, when they wish to shift responsibilities to others.
Double chin: They are authoritative, gain importance easily and are popular in their profession. Examples: Bappi Lahiri, Farah Khan and John Travolta.
Gaps between the front two teeth (mostly upper): Sign of a foolish natured, outrageous and outspoken person.
Bigger upper front teeth: Impatient and stubborn.
Thick hair growth on ears: It’s a good sign in terms of health and vitality; tend to get angry quickly; however, their anger is short-lived. Such people also need to control their expenses.
People with dimples: They are flirtatious. They are also attention seekers. Examples: Shah Rukh Khan and Preity Zinta.
Protruding Adam’s Apple: They are highly materialistic and desire an excess in things related to sex, money, and other material pleasures.
(Note: Varun Rupani bases all information on predictions. Readers are advised to use their own discretion)