Face Reading: Using The Face As A Microsystem

Using the face for diagnosis is now thought to be one of the original aspects of Chinese Medicine. This is because the face is a map of life experience and a blueprint for the body’s function.  The areas of the face correspond to the organs of the body and give access to the signs of strength and deficiency.  From the facial markings and features, you can assess signs of illness and discover the underlying psychological and emotional issues affecting health.  This course aims to equip practitioners with useful diagnostic skills to enhance their clinical practice.


Goals of the course:

1. Participants will learn about the Body Blueprint shown on the face
2. They will be given tools to interpret the colors and markings for diagnositic purposes
3. They will be taught about the emotional underlay of disease
4. They will come to understand how to use the Facial Maps for diagnosis
5. They will be able to utilize the Facial Maps for treatment


This course is £20 for non JCM subscribers.

This course is £15 for JCM subscribers.

To obtain your discount code, sign into your account on www.journalofchinesemedicine.com for the US and Canada or www.jcm.co.uk for the rest of the world and navigate to the 'discount codes' tab under the 'shops' heading.


Running time: Approximately 2 hrs

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Speakers Biography

Lillian Pearl bridges With over 30 years experience as an eminent Face Reading expert, Lillian is renowned for enhancing the practice of Chinese Medicine through her teachings. Not only has she taught peers in TCM, she has trained business executives to use Face Reading to enhance interpretation skills and has taught other health professionals how to utilise facial diagnosis in their practices. Based on her experience with Feng Shui and Daoist Design, Lillian also works with major architects, property developers, corporations and private clients to create ergonomic and aesthetic environments. Lillian developed her experience from a long line of Master Chinese practitioners in her family. She received her formal education at UCLA, and earned a degree in psychology. Lillian is a celebrated educator having taught all over the world as well as via her online training platform The Lotus Institute. She is the author of Face Reading in Chinese Medicine and Divine Chinese Cuisine, and is an exceptionally delightful teacher.