Month: September 2019

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Greta Thunberg: Part II

I was writing the following in an email to a friend and thought, well I could include these observations in a blog post. So here they are:The thickness of our eyebrows relates to how well we handle boundaries, in forming them and being aware if they are being crossed. Thicker eyebrows, like caterpillars, denotes that a person can do it easily, while thinner eyebrows … Read More Greta Thunberg: Part II

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What does Greta Thunberg’s face say?

Let’s start with the explanation of my work: Chinese face reading is based off Chinese Medicine, which in turn is based on thousands of years’ worth of observations of the rhythms and cycles in nature. CFR has taken these observations and applied them to the human face because humans are a part of nature. We are not separate from its rhythms and cycles. We … Read More What does Greta Thunberg’s face say?

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How To Heal Emotional Pain

If there’s one thing more inevitable in life than death and taxes, pain is it. One question that has been in my mind over the years is, “If pain is inevitable, then how do you heal it? How do you cope?” And this question is always in my mind when reading about the suffering in the world – I see it to be all … Read More How To Heal Emotional Pain

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A Long One: Year in Review!

We’re heading into one of my favourite times of year, autumn. I love it because of it’s beauty, because of impermanent that beauty is, and how finally I can dress more comfortably and winter will be coming soon. Can you tell how much I love wearing coats and hats and scarves? Anyway,  Chinese medicine is about being in harmony with nature which means going … Read More A Long One: Year in Review!

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At His Own Pace

It’s no secret that fans of Game of Thrones/A Song of Ice and Fire have been complaining for along time about when the series will be finished. The last book to be released in the series was in 2011, eight years ago, and before that the previous installment was released in 2005. I don’t want to put more pressure on Martin and speculate, using … Read More At His Own Pace