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Within the category of Kindness, there are six archetypes.

 

 They are:  Joy Child  - Healer - Fountain of Love - Shaman – Maternal – Lover.

 

1. The Joy Child

(a.k.a. Bringer of the good news, the win-win):  this individual is a fountain of joy (ananda) they easily find the positive. Look for the telltale signs of long term genuine smiling. The Joy Child is a Natural leader and motivator.

2. The Healer

(a.k.a. Potential-activating “wholer” who puts it together): healers help to put the pieces of our shattered lives/world back together. People feel comfortable in their presence

3. The Fountain of Love

(a.k.a. Unconditional agape love for all): consider what type of emotions would cross the face of someone who’s heart space pours forth love like a fire hydrant. These people love for the sake of loving. They are care givers, flock tenders…

4. The Shaman

(a.k.a. Manifestation-transformer & soul realm healer): shamans are mediators between the cosmos and community. Deeply connected to the earth and all her inhabitants, they also operate as healers, dispute-settlers, problem solvers, etc… They are specialists in altered states of consciousness for higher purposes.

5. The Maternal

(a.k.a. Generative nurturer/mentor for tomorrow): nurturing is the key phrase here. They are emotionally committed to nourishing, assisting, furthering and soothing…

6. The Lover

(a.k.a. Relational love manifestor and demonstrator): their emotional completeness is tied to the quality of their loving reciprocation. When they are in an “in love” high, they are on top of the world. But because material relationships rarely provide consistent reciprocation they can be engulfed in disappointment. Their role, nonetheless, is to teach us to love.Relational love manifestor and demonstrator: their emotional completeness is tied to the quality of their loving reciprocation. When they are in an “in love” high, they are on top of the world. But because material relationships rarely provide consistent reciprocation they can be engulfed in disappointment. Their role, nonetheless, is to teach us to love.

 

 

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Atmananda Das – who has written posts on How to Read Faces.
Atma began his apprenticeship as a face reader with Dr. Michael Lincoln, PHD, in 1998. After six years, he was given permission by Dr Lincoln to train others in this ancient Vedic science. Atma's knowledge of the psychological mechanisms that underpin health and well being, his real world insight and creation of cutting edge programs like dialectical thought training, emotional synthesis creation and internal dialogue meditation and his graduate studies in educational psychology and current research as an organizational psychologist, ensure that the face readings you receive are grounded in both scientific deliberation and realized wisdom.

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