Face Reading and Morphopsychology



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Face Reading and Morphopsychology

What It Is [Exactly] and What You Can Achieve With it
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Face reading is known as morphopsychology in France. Dr Louis Corman wrote his first book on this subject in 1937. Morphopsychology helps the morphopsychologist to discern and understand human personality through face characteristics - the shape of one's face, its features. It is not necessary here to observe the movements of the face. On the contrary, the face must be quiet, it must not move. Watching methodically the face of people gives much information on what is the deep nature of this person and how life has transformed his/her personality.

It is interesting to note that this analysis of the personality can be done from a simple snapshot. Though it is better to interview the person, it is not compulsory.
Morphopsychology is based on this maxim : "Not to judge but to understand". That is to say there is no segregation, on the contrary it is used to help a person to know himself or herself better and have a life that corresponds to his/her whishes as much as possible.

How can morphopsychology help you? Does it improve your private life or/and your social and professional life ?

- If you want to "be yourself", you would know better who you are. Through morphopsychology you discover the kind of person you are for other people.
- Morphopsychology can help you to understand others so not to shock or get them angry.
- In the same way it is easier to negotiate, sell, buy, and persuade.
- You are appreciated by your fellow workers because you display more self-confidence and you are more assertive.
- Morphopsychology gives you the potential to communicate with your manager as you are more acquainted with his personality and behave consequently.

Here are a few examples of what you can obtain with this technique. It does work and can help everybody to build up his own life to enjoy it.


Author's page :
Claude R. Rufenacht

The objective of morphopsychology is to establish the links between physical or morphologic appearance and characterological or psychologic particulars.
“Facial shapes are a reflection of the life forces that are at work within each individual” (Corman).
The study of the various facial forms as a concrete and harmonious reflection of the development of thought and spirit should be helpful in understanding the secret nature of these elements. This postulate is the basis for the development of the “science” of morphopsychology, an understanding of which represents one of the means of assessing the personality of our patients.

The human body is characterized by four basic anatomic elements, represented by the digestive, respiratory, nervous, and osteomuscular systems, which respond to four dominant instincts, which can be defined as an internal obligatory impulsion toward a concrete, specific objective.

1. The intuitive, material, and reproductive instincts, represented by the digestive and genital mechanisms.

2. The vital or thoracic instinct, which is the basis for breathing, developed and implemented by the respiratory system.

3. Psychic or cerebral instinct, on which reflection, thought, reason, and understanding are based, represented by the nervous system.

4. The motor or unifying instinct, which is the basis for actions and decisions according to the individual’s physiologic and intellectual capabilities and taste, represented by the osteomuscular system.


The human being appears in a trinity of forces combined within an individual unit because this entity has in itself a directional spirit, an animating life, and a body to execute (Fig 2-1).

Fig 2-1 The individuality of the human unit appears in a trinity of segmental forces.

The trinity of forces is clearly inscribed within the human organism, which is composed of three segments: the head, which directs, the thorax, which vivifies, and the abdomen, which carries out the acts of nutrition.

The head itself is divided into three levels :

1. The upper level (intellectual or cerebral zone) from the upper part of the forehead to the root of the nose, which directs:

2. the middle level (emotional or sentimental zone) from the root to the base of the nose, which breathes and animates:

3. the lower level (instinctive or physical zone) from the base of the nose to the chin, which obeys and masticates (Fig 2-2).

Fig 2-2 The head itself presents the same elements of segmental differentiation.

Factors of morphology and morphopsychologic appraisal

There are four means of appraising morphology:

1. Clinical, based on anatomic knowledge, linked to folds and volumes, the indispensable knowledge of which is acquired through our medical training.

2. Esthetics, which allows for an appreciation of harmony and beauty, or disfavor through the knowledge or perception of the esthetic parameters that have been described earlier.

3. Anthropometric, or body measurement techniques.

4. Biometric, or the methods for using and exploiting numerical factors, particularly with respect to the definition of biologic normality, which is the basis of modern orthodontics.

The study of forms is essentially based on observation and is aimed at distinguishing normal from abnormal forms or proportions of the body and face. In the field that is of interest to us, the main focus will be on the face with emphasis on the most obvious elements that mark an individual. One subject will be bony, the other muscular, and a third will be obese. Similarly, the manner in which the person moves, heavily, with alacrity, or decisiveness, can provide an indication of whether the person is an introvert or an extrovert. The distinctive particulars of the same anatomic elements determine the factors of morphologic appraisal designed to identify the fundamental types.

Typologic classifications

Hippocratic classification

According to Hippocrates, the father of typology, the Greek physician Gallien (131-201), and Dr Carton, four fundamental types of persons can be identified: the lymphatic, the sanguine, the nervous, and the bilious (Figs 2-3 to 2-6), each of which presents specific morphologic particulars.

Fig 2-3 The lymphatic, heavy person, with a voluminous abdomen, thick members, and a full face. This individual is slow-moving, with a calm and placid character.

Fig 2-4 The sanguine, strong, and thick-set person has a well-developed thorax, a wide, ruddy complexion, spontaneous gestures, and an ebullient spirit.

Fig 2-5 The nervous individual presents an elongated, pearlike head, with a wide superior extremity and an ample cerebral volume that contrasts with the others. The body is thin, with tegument of a grayish pallor and a thoughtful, anxious look.

Fig 2-6 The bilious person has a rectangular face, straight eyebrows, an ardent and dominating look, and a firm, prominent musculature.

The nervous person scowls, the sanguine is agitated, the bilious acts, and the lymphatic does not move. Although this statement results from an evident will of simplification, it has been attributed to each fundamental type general traits of character behavior (Fig 2-7). However, the observation that an individual is far from presenting the specific morphologic particularities of a fundamental type fixes the limits of a strict application of these general traits. Judgment must be modulated, and interpretation should result from a correct evaluation of the mix and variety of accessory types existing within each human being.

Fig 2-7 The characterial square enumerates general traits of behavior specific to the four fundamental types and underlines the connections and similarities that can exist among them. One must consider that each individual presents a tendency to blend with one of the fundamental types. However, it presents a mixture of secondary characteristics requiring proper evaluation and prudent judgment. (Suggested by “La Rose Caractérielle,” Morphopsychologie, Cours de Base, Institut Français de Culture Humaine, Paris, 1982.)

In considering the hierarchical origin of the fundamental types according to the chronology of their creation, it can be observed that a child starts living a lymphatic life through the placental roots, and at the moment of birth the respiratory life of the sanguine. The nervous system and thoughts slowly become animated, and the child ends up mastering its locomotion system by creeping and finally walking.

The same chronology can be stated in the different stages of development beginning with the lymphatic and abdominal in the first 15 months of life. One becomes predominantly sanguine through the growth of the thorax until the age of 7 years. The development of the cerebral zone occupies the stage until adolescence, characterized by the final sculpture of the osseous structure and muscular mass.

The Hippocratic classification offers the advantage of simplicity and appears as a necessary step for the introduction to morphopsychology. Even if more specific and precise classifications have been proposed and adopted since then (eg, animal or planetary typologies), it still remains an original basis and standard for all schools.

It must be recognized that although biologic evolution is fundamental to the laws of life, it depends on a number of factors that can deeply modify the basic formula, best ascertained by considerations drawn from the work of different authors that are part of modern morphopsy-chologic concepts.

Biodynamic conception of the personality

It is difficult to conceive of limiting the morphology of the body and the face, both in the study of humans and in the human’s “global beauty.” When one’s point of view remains static one is limited to the boundaries that are set, and the comparison among the various types of character is reduced to superficial parallels. To create a true synthesis of characterologies, a penetration in depth is required so that the physiologic forces may be understood in their nascent state.

Although there are certain inbred constitutive properties inscribed within each individual, the personality is in constant evolution and in permanent interaction with its environment (Fig 2-8). From this viewpoint, character traits should not be emphasized, but rather the profound tendencies that are the cause of such traits should be stressed. These psychologic forces are within the body, and all duality of body-spirit must be abandoned so that, while keeping in mind their close interdependence, a biodynamic conception of the personality as a whole may be substituted. This dynamist conception allows for the opportunities presented to each person to modify by the choice of environment, as well as through personal, intimate, daily effort, that which is inscribed in one’s morphology and psychism. “I was as you said I was, but I dominated my instincts and transformed myself” (Socrates).

Fig 2-8 Morphologic analysis must be carried out, taking into account environmental influences pertaining to family, profession, climate, and subconscious psychosomatic pulsions. Morphologic appearances are the result of these two evolutive dynamic factors.

The components of the character according to this biodynamic conception are best summarized as follows:

1. Character is the whole person in all aspects, a synthesis of life and body.

2. Character is a synthesis of emotional life, will, and intelligence.

3. Character is not immutable. Aside from the acquired and the rejected, there is the environment. The difficulty lies in determining the constants and the variables.

4. A human being cannot be studied outside the environment in which he lives and by which he is influenced.

5. There is only a difference of degree and not of nature between normal and abnormal characters. The former contains the same fundamental elements but distributed evenly.

Laws of adaptation to the environment

The variety marking the development of human morphology has been interpreted by Corman as a sensitive and individual reaction to the environment. This reaction depends on the antagonism existing between two basic instincts that characterize the movements of life: the instinct of expansion and the instinct of preservation, the activities of which are placed under the influence of heredity and environment.

From the moment of birth, hereditary factors will generate in individuals subject to identical environmental conditions, reactions of dilatation or retraction. As a result, two distinct types can be observed: the dilated and the retracted (Fig 2-9).

Fig 2-9 Don Quixote and Sancho Panza.
According to Corman, the laws of adaptation to the environment have generated two types of person: the retracted and the dilated, best illustrated by these two individuals, made popular by literature. Pure retraction or dilatation rarely exists in the same person. Whereas Sancho Panza seems to behave at ease in any environmental condition and be receptive to life’s pleasures with some kind of passive attitude, the movement of retraction, which characterizes his withdrawn companion, seems to escape the influence of visual inputs. Long and sharp sensitive receptors indicate selected social activities.

Open-minded, optimistic, sensual, concrete, adaptable, and uninhibited individuals turn toward social contacts; the dilated type develops and radiates in the environment in a movement of dilatation that characterizes the instinct of expansion.

Conversely, the retracted, hypersensitive person, ready to detect dangers in cutting the roots that connect him with his environment, retires within himself in a movement of retraction. One has to consider that retraction should not be opposed to dilatation, as if one were dealing with two symmetric states. Retraction is not a static but an active process, turned toward interiorization and preservation. This type of personality is far more complex to understand because it contains the duality that enables behavior in a selected environment in a movement of expansion. Thus, according to circumstances, the retracted may be an extrovert or an introvert, efficient or indecisive, reasonable or impulsive.

Facial morphopsychology

The evaluation of the different elements of the morphopsychologic profile is directly proportional to the importance of the time dedicated to the patient, the sense of observation, and the degree of receptivity. Our level of knowledge and training may become totally worthless if our attention is focused on mastering technical problems.

Although a detailed analysis of the body cannot be considered here because the diversity of fashions, both of season and culture, often hides volume and proportion, the evaluation will be done on its most significant and important part — the face.

This introduction to morphopsychology, limited to general principles, selected concepts, and laws, states as a basic postulate that our facial frame, originating from our heredity, contains the potentialities necessary to its evolution.

Modeled from generation to generation, the facial framework, analyzed through the variety of typologic classifications, may reveal a number of general traits of character behavior and attest to the energetic possibilities of the individual. However, the variability exerted by vital forces not only determines the overall volume of the facial osseous framework but also the development in length of the different facial zones corresponding to life activities (Fig 2-10).

Fig 2-10 Schematic partition of vital forces.

Facial zones

The distinct significance of the three facial zones (Figs 2-11 and 2-12) has long been recognized by the public and used extensively by caricaturists. However, one must beware of simplistic conclusions because it is common sense that the level of intelligence, for example, cannot be measured by the development of the cerebral zone.

Fig 2-11 Segmental division of the face in three zones called facial zones. The dominance of one facial zone over the others indicates the preferential type of activity.

Fig 2-12 A facial zone may be divided into three parts: upper, middle, and lower (segmental division), each of which is related to the corresponding facial zone. The upper part of the lower facial zone, eg, represents the sensitive and reasoning element of the instinctive life.

The definition of a facial zone through its quantitative value is not justified unless it has been dictated by the qualitative appreciation of its dilatation or retraction and the tonicity and vitality of the sensitive receptors. The eyes, nose, and mouth occupy the stage of these different zones and determine their importance.


The equilibrium existing between the facial zones must be determined and ascertained according to both their qualitative and quantitative value. This implies the elective use of the same elements of dominance, proportion, symmetry, and balance, which are required for esthetic perception and evaluation. Equilibrium still exists when a hierarchical dominance takes place in a zone of expansion that involves the active and nonconflicting participation of the two others. The subdivision of each facial zone into three parts and the presentation of the same elements of differentiation contribute to the understanding of this hierarchy and to a selective type of equilibrium.

Identical developments of the three facial zones engender morphopsychologic equilibrium and esthetic harmony. When a hierarchical dominance of selected facial levels takes place, esthetic harmony and morphopsychologic equilibrium still exist, most often enhanced by the nature of the dominance reflecting from the facial composition (Fig 2-13).

Fig 2-13 Morphopsychologic equilibrium. In this type of expansion of the median zone, reflecting the predominant influence of sentimentality, equilibrium can be obtained when feelings, helped by the intellect through the development of the adaptative factor, manifest themselves in the concrete sensuality of physical life.

This equilibrium can also be disturbed when the prevalence of one dominating zone overburdens the others quantitatively and qualitatively. As a result, the field of activities induced by vital forces is restricted to life activities reflecting from these zones (Fig 2-14). The dominance factor, the prime requisite for esthetic unity, requires the presence of subsequent elements. The particularities of these elements determine the character and the importance of the dominance factor. The predominance of a facial zone can be determined through the amplitude of its development, the opening and tonicity of its receptors, its reactivity to environmental influences, and the abundance of exchanges in the field of its preferential activities.

Fig 2-14 Morphopsychologic disequilibrium. Overdevelopment of the mandibular zone.


Author's page :
Gilbert Prieur, morphopsychologist (Corman method)

« Morphopsychology studies the correspondence between face looking and the personality of a people » (Louis CORMAN)

It is part of human sciences. It it’s a science as a strict method is necessary and it is universal.

Morphopsychology gets its limits and its strong points. It allows to know one's potential and the weak points to manage with.

The morphopsychologist keeps in mind: not to judge but to understand people.
This site created by Gilbert Prieur to help you discover morphopsychology as to enable you to use it for business or in your private life.
Companies will find these tools useful to complete Human Resources Department means of success.

Morphopsychology in human resources

A person who is bored does not give all his/her potential. It became notorious that the interest with work increases the result.
While acquiring the tools offered by the morphopsychology, the HR manager reorganize the agents towards competences which will get more satisfaction to them for mutual profit.


#1 : Facial Psychology

A first impression-EPHIL2

I decided to offer you free access to Facial Psychology. Following this serie will give you the true knowledge as to enable you to really “read faces”.
With this you will be the first to know this and understand people more than you can imagine.

#2 Facial Psychology

Forward and Backward-EPHIL3

With Facial Psychology you will know who are your business relations, who are your colleagues… At last you will “Live in Harmony” and peace.
Watch the videos carefully and download them if you wish, share with your friends and acquire the skill.
Life will not be the same anymore.

#3 Facial Psychology

Front view (narrow)-EPHIL4

This third video shows you more about Facial psychology. It explains how you can go beyond your first impression for your profit. If the first impression is positive it gives you accurate knowledge of the person who is in front of you. In the other hand, if your first impression is negative, it allows you to go further and perhaps change your mind due to your new assessment.
In both situations it can help your to avoid mistakes (as it did for me!)

#4 Facial Psychology


Here is a new face. A teenager with a large face which hides a surprising maturity. Once again, not to stop at the first impression helps breaking the ice. This cheerful guy is wiser than he looks at first.
Be careful with such a person (even a teenager) !

#5 Facial Psychology

Compare two faces-ECOMPA5

Now we can compare two faces and watch beyond the first impression as to avoid mistakes and establish better relationship!
Try it yourself and improve your skill.

#6 to know how and when to use Facial Psychology

Facial Psychology : What is it for ? -EUTIL06

A new video to learn how Facial Psychology will help you : Private Life, Social Life and Professional Life are concerned.

Knowing how to read faces can be a great advantage and benefit to you --- it is one way of knowing the inner drive and motivation of a person and what's best about it is that you can get the signals and go sign to flirt or not to flirt.
Reading faces can also be fun and exciting and it leads to better communication between two people. Below are easy amazing tips on how to read faces --- learn the secrets of face reading and start discovering what they really are feeling now !

    The eyes. Maintaining eye contact is a sign of interest and attraction. A shy gaze can mean that they're self conscious; however, it can also signify flirting. Restless eyes, such as scanning the room every now and then show worry and apprehension.
    The nose. Pinching their nose or wrinkling it may mean that they're lying or bluffing their way out of something --- constant sniffing means they are stressed or pressured --- it's like feigning sickness. Scratching it may signify that they're contemplating on something or someone --- deep.
    The brows. The furrowed eyebrows shows skepticism and doubt, however, the smooth ones mean they're relaxed. A slightly closed eye with lined brows show uncertainty and an arched one means they're being hostile --- so be warned.
    The lips. Constant licking and biting of the lips while speaking with the opposite sex is a sure sign of flirting. Pouting can be another sign. A tight-lipped person shows anxiety and stress. A person constantly smiling shows comfort and ease.


Enhancing Communication With the Understanding of Lip Structures
By Ginger T Bisplinghoff
November 11, 2011

In most cases, we begin life with full upper and lower lips and a desire and ability to express how we feel about our experiences. It is spontaneous and honest. The child who is allowed to verbalize, express and experience emotion grows up to be an adult with full lips and an ability to be self-expressive. This can take the form of speaking, writing, dancing, performing, drawing, singing and any other creative form of self-expression.

For the person with thin lips, growing up often meant "zipping it", being seen and not heard and feeling like no one was interested in what they felt. It wasn't safe to express feelings. When it came to talking, facts were fine but feelings had to be processed in the mind.

Communication between someone with thin lips and someone with full lips can be challenging. I had the opportunity to witness a conversation between two people who had opposite lip structures. I was presenting a workshop on brain hemisphere integration to parents who home-school their children. Before the talk, the parents held a business meeting.

The president of the group was a woman with extremely thin upper and lower lips. The parent presenting a concern to the group was a woman with extremely full upper and lower lips. They were textbook opposites!

The woman with the full lips talked for over fifteen minutes until interrupted by the president with the thin lips who said, "And the point is?"

The woman with the full lips continued to talk for another ten minutes, until interrupted again by the president who said, "And the point is?"

Needless to say, they were not able to resolve any conflicts that evening because their styles of communication were so different. The president of the group, with thin lips, needed the information to be presented concisely and to-the-point. She wanted to take care of business. The woman with full lips needed to talk in order to discover what she felt the real issue was.

A couple, Cara and Jeff, came to see me because they were having communication problems. The answer was in their lip structures. Jeff and Cara were textbook opposites. Jeff had almost no upper or lower lip and Cara had the fullest lips - Angelina Jolie style.

The interesting piece of the puzzle was that most of their other facial structures, from the lips up, were identical. Pointing that out to them caused them to reflect on the years of enjoyment they had had together. Rather than focus on what was working, they agonized over their communication differences.

As we explored their opposite expressive styles, Cara and Jeff realized that they relied on each other's distinct nature. Cara needed Jeff's ability to see and express the facts based on reflection and consideration and Jeff loved Cara's impulsive emotional reaction to life. They concluded that they didn't want to change the other person. Stress had caused them to deny each other's strengths and differences. By respecting their individual communication style they were able to be a team again.

This week, plan an investigation of your own.

~ Observe the lip structures of people in your life;

~ Look at your own lip structure;

~ Watch the communication styles between people with the same lip structures and those with opposite features.

~ Are you willing to respect different communication styles?

~ Could this information enhance your relationships?

There is no good or bad structure to have. Your life story is written on your face. All of your experiences, perceptions and natural abilities are there for the world to see. What's your story?


The Case for Wrinkles
By Jojo Tabares
February 12, 2011

At the end of a long, joyous, productive, meaningful life, what will people see when they look into your face? WRINKLES! And they won't be thinking, "that face shows a joyous, productive, meaningful life" either. They'll be thinking, "boy is that woman OLD!" Well, I'd like to change all that and I'm asking for your help.

It's important to use your communication skills to change the world around you for the better. Why start with wrinkles? Well, I've written articles about grace in politics and faith before, but it struck me that I never did start at the beginning. In order to start a movement for world grace, I think it needs to begin with something more universal and easier to discuss. If you think of it in colloquial movie terms, this article is a prequel.

Every one of us, if we are blessed, will live to see the day when our face has an abundance of creases and lines. There will come a day when even the fresh-faced, four-year-old will be weathered. I'd like to start at the beginning with something we can probably all agree on and feel confident enough to pass along. I say wrinkles are desirable (dare I say fashionable) and I'm going to prove it.

The Case for Wrinkles

1. Wrinkles are better than the alternative !

Yes, given the alternative to growing old, wrinkles come in on top! Death is a very distant second! Once you realize how much worse you could have it, wrinkles don't seem so bad.

2. Wrinkles are soft.

Yes, the more wrinkled your face is, the softer it gets. My 11 y/o son loves to touch my 48 year old face and always comments, "It's so soft!"

3. Wrinkles are knowledge.

The more wrinkles you have, the more knowledge you MUST have accumulated, even if by sheer luck! You just know things younger people don't. You've lived through stuff.

4. Wrinkles are earned.

Wrinkles are not some honorary badge. They are earned! Not just anyone can have these babies! Laugh lines mean you must have laughed. A joyous life, even if fraught with struggles, is a prize, indeed. Wrinkles mean you've endured, you've persevered. Wrinkles mean you have really lived.

5. Wrinkles show you have character.

Wrinkles are character lines and mean you aren't just any old body, you're a character! Wrinkles make you cute, cuddly, adorable, wise, and worthy of honor!

6. Wrinkles are wisdom !

If you have acquired wrinkles, you MUST have also acquired some amount of wisdom. At the very least you remember history like it was yesterday. You remember what life was like before iPods and can regale the younger generation with quaint stories of what kids did before PlayStation 3. If you've really been paying attention or have garnered an education, you can teach people stuff-stuff they might really need to know!

7. Wrinkles give you license to be silly again.

Let's face it. When you see a 4 year old being silly, you think, "How cute!" When you see a 40 year old being silly, you think, "What an idiot." When you see a wrinkled old guy being silly, you think, "How cute!"

8. Wrinkles are your ticket to free help.

If a 29 y/o woman is having a hard time with her lawn mower, you'd rather not take a minute to help her get it started because, hey, you're busy and her husband will get around to helping her...eventually. If you see an 80 year old woman struggling to get her Christmas lights up, you'll take three hours of your day to string them for her!

9. Wrinkles mean you don't get any more pimples !

One of the great perks of getting wrinkles is that your face no longer breaks out! You don't need to worry about those embarrassing blemishes due to oily skin when your face has dried up and turned raisin!

10. Wrinkles allow you more time to have fun.

Once you realize you're no Farrah Fawcett (I know I'm dating myself) anymore, you can stop worrying about your looks and focus on the fun of life. Not having to worry about your makeup, the latest hair styles, and your Jordache Jeans (now I'm REALLY dating myself) means you can wear what's comfortable and have more time to enjoy life unimpeded by the bonds of high fashion!

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Face Reading and Morphopsychology - Why is Everybody Concerned With Morphopsychology?
By Gilbert Prieur
May 12, 2010

"Morphopsychology?" you say. "What is that? I don't feel concerned with it." That's what many of my friends tell me they think about Morphopsychology. I don't try to convince them, I just explain what it is and I add a few explanations about what they could do if they knew it.

The friends I talk about are not managers they are what some say "common people" that's to say they live and work like many do and they work and hurry as everybody.

You can be sure that morphopsychology can be useful for people who want to know more about themselves and to have the tools some lack in many situations in day to day life. Let us examine how it can be useful to know more about oneself in several situations:

With morphopsychology you'll be able to know yourself more deeply. We all think we know our nature, who we are, though we don't know how other see us. With this new approach to yourself you'll know even what other people think of you, how people perceive you.

This new knowledge will help you not to be afraid of what somebody is about to tell you about yourself. It is true that we are more afraid of what we think people will tell us that we are than of what they really think. That's because we are afraid to learn something we do not know yet. When you know your real personality nobody can give you information you do not know already.

With morphopsychology you are less afraid of what others learn about you.

Morphopsychology gives you information about qualities and strong points of your personality. You learn also fields that need to be worked on. That's real, you know yourself better than ever.

With morphopsychology you are more confident than ever.

As you are less afraid you don't hide yourself. People can see you as you are. You have nothing to hide so you have less fear. Another way to tell it: you really know who you are, you know your capability, you are more confident so you are less aggressive (usually we are aggressive when we are afraid others don't believe what we say is worthwhile).

Being non passive and non aggressive allows you to be assertive* and stronger.


Face Reading and Morphopsychology - How it Cannot Be Discriminating
By Gilbert Prieur
September 06, 2009

Most of your friends do not believe it possible to "judge," or appreciate somebody at a glance. They think it is discriminating to use the features of someone's face to know the hidden personality behind this face.

There are several reasons why you can assert that morphopsychology is not discriminating. Let us consider some of them. Louis Corman, the creator of this science (he wrote his first book in 1937), spent all his life to help others as a pediatric doctor. He thus could not have set up a method to harm anybody.

The morphopsychologists keep in mind the slogan Corman gave them: "Not to judge but to understand."

The writing of a morphopsychological portrait has to comply with the rules that Dr. Corman set up himself. Applying these rules forbids the morphopsychologist to deviate. Doing so the morphopsychologist notices the positive points of the personality he studies. He aims to find out what the real potential in the person he observes is.

When you take a snapshot, you cannot say the snapshot is discriminating, can you? When a journalist describes a scene, he is no more discriminating in doing so, when a morphopsychologist describes what he actually sees he is not discriminating either. He would be if he used words or verbs expressing his feelings. The morphopsychologist uses neutral words or verbs, he does not talk about what he thinks but talks about what he can see. That makes a great difference.

When you describe, you do not judge, you just explain what you see; that is to say what really exists.

In fact, most morphopsychologists use positive words to explain what they observe. We have only qualities. Some are displayed in a moderate/reasonable manner; others are overstated or, in other words, exaggerated. These 'exaggerated' qualities are often called "defaults" or "failures." Such words are not used in morphopsychological portraits.

These are only a few reasons why you can be convinced that morphopsychology is NOT discriminating; and this is also the way the job is done as a morphopsychologist. No morphopsychologist has never been alleged to "judge" or write any kind of negative criticism. On the contrary all the individuals portrayed so far commented that only their qualities were notice and that all the remarks are written in positive terms.


Face Reading and Morphopsychology - How You Can Choose the Job You Are Built For
By Gilbert Prieur
November 23, 2009

To find a job is quite difficult now. You do not have the opportunity to choose most of the time. You normally just take the first thing you can find. It is only afterwards that you realize how boring the job can be and how this makes you so exhausted. You find a way to manage and then find the job is so routine.

This job is exhausting for YOU, because your inner personality is not getting what it needs. When talking with fellow workers, they do not understand why you find this job so difficult. It fits their needs but not yours.

The Reaction induced by a situation depends of the person who lives it. So it is very important to have an occupation that fits one's needs. How to find which job corresponds to YOUR personality?

As morphopsychology helps you to discover your real personality it can help you to find the job you need. For example, if you need to work outside and do a job indoors, you rapidly feel uncomfortable. You will feel stressed and you lack air to breathe. If you need to be alone but find only jobs where you have to talk with people, selling or delivering goods, you quickly find that this job is not for you, you go on doing it but you get angry about anything, life seems to get worse and worse.

If your boss realizes there is a problem he may offer you another job. If not you can always try and find another position.

That is where morphopsychology helps you. How can you choose the right job? How can you know your inner personality? You can find a job you think you like because one of your friends has told you about it. You can try and have one because it would give you much money or any other reason. How can you be sure that it is the right one?

You can learn morphopsychology or a quicker way is to let a morphopsychologist draw your psychological portrait and explain to you what you need. He will not simply list the jobs but he will explain what is necessary for you to be happy in your life, at least when you work. Ask him, he will explain also what you have to do to live a life where you can really be yourself.


Face Reading and Morphopsychology - What it is Exactly and What You Can Achieve With It
By Gilbert Prieur
August 15, 2009

Face reading is known as morphopsychology in France. Dr Louis Corman wrote his first book on this subject in 1937. Morphopsychology helps the morphopsychologist to discern and understand human personality through face characteristics - the shape of one's face, its features. It is not necessary here to observe the movements of the face. On the contrary, the face must be quiet, it must not move. Watching methodically the face of people gives much information on what is the deep nature of this person and how life has transformed his/her personality.

It is interesting to note that this analysis of the personality can be done from a simple snapshot. Though it is better to interview the person, it is not compulsory.

Morphopsychology is based on this maxim: "Not to judge but to understand". That is to say there is no segregation, on the contrary it is used to help a person to know himself or herself better and have a life that corresponds to his/her whishes as much as possible.

How can morphopsychology help you? Does it improve your private life or/and your social and professional life?

- If you want to "be yourself", you would know better who you are. Through morphopsychology you discover the kind of person you are for other people.
- Morphopsychology can help you to understand others so not to shock or get them angry.
- In the same way it is easier to negotiate, sell, buy, and persuade.
- You are appreciated by your fellow workers because you display more self-confidence and you are more assertive.
- Morphopsychology gives you the potential to communicate with your manager as you are more acquainted with his personality and behave consequently.

Here are a few examples of what you can obtain with this technique. It does work and can help everybody to build up his own life to enjoy it.

Remember : it is not to judge but to better understand peoples !


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