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  • #67939

    Anonymous

    Hello Professors.

    Questions:
    (1) If there are six lines in a forehead, can we assume that the top two indicate “Yputh Lines”; the middle two indicate “Middle Ages”; and the bottom two lines indicate “Older Years”? What if there are more than six lines?

    (2) When a person gains a lot of weight, sometimes his facial lines disappear. How would you aviod misinterpretation due to these missing lines on this fat person?

    Thanks.

    Regards,
    Hambone

  • #93869
    ChrisShaul
    ChrisShaul
    Keymaster

    😆 😆

    Your questions are valid, but they make me laugh…

    You are correct. The lines still relate to the youth, middle, elder age periods.

    The weight may change the person’s lines, but the face is still going to have some reflection of the nature. Also, a key part of face reading is the eyes. These do not change. Remember that the eyes say a lot about the person.

    And the forehead does not change much with weight.

    Chris

    Webmaster & Instructor at the AFSI.
    Co-founder of 168 Feng Shui Advisors.
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  • #93870

    Anonymous

    I was of the understanding that 3 smooth, longer lines are optimal for good fortune.

    Difficulties would be indicated by more or less than 3 lines, or many broken lines. I also understood that a missing or short line in the elder years, could mean a shorter life.

  • #93871
    ChrisShaul
    ChrisShaul
    Keymaster

    Hi,

    You are correct in this. Essentially 3 smooth, unbroken lines are best. Broken lines can indicate periods of difficulties.

    Chris

    Webmaster & Instructor at the AFSI.
    Co-founder of 168 Feng Shui Advisors.
    View my blog.

  • #93872

    Anonymous

    So, I have many, many lines on my forehead. Which surprisingly I have never really noticed until now. They all appear to be continuous although it is a bit difficult to tell in some spots, except the very bottom one or two. Could this indicate problems then in my 50+ years? Would the overall be considered a “rough” forehead?

  • #93873
    ChrisShaul
    ChrisShaul
    Keymaster

    Hi Kim,

    No a rough forehead is not related to lines. It is more the texture of both the skin and the skull.

    A lot of lines is not necessarily bad. You also describe them as continuous. This is good. It is when they are very broken that there are negative results.

    Chris

    Webmaster & Instructor at the AFSI.
    Co-founder of 168 Feng Shui Advisors.
    View my blog.

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