- The mouth is the entrance to the digestive tract.
- The nose is the entrance to the respiratory system.
- The eyes are connected to the optic nerve, brain and nervous system.
- The ears are the auditory system.
How this looks on your face:
- Your cheeks represent lungs and their condition.
- Tip of the nose is heart.
- Nostrils represent the bronchi of the lungs.
- Middle part of the nose is stomach.
- Upper part of the nose is pancreas.
- Under the eyes reflect your kidneys.
- Between the eyebrows shows liver condition.
- The temples reflect your spleen.
- Your forehead represents small intestines.
- Peripheral forehead the large intestine.
- Upper forehead shows the bladder.
- Ears can reflect kidney function.
- Your mouth reflects the condition of your entire digestive tract.
- Around the mouth indicates the condition of your sexual organs.
You can easily apply these guidelines to your personal health:
- Women tend to break out under their lower lip when approaching their monthly menstruation or with hormone fluctuations.
- Gum and tooth infections are related to the condition of the intestines and much of this can be resolved by improving your diet and allowing the organs to detoxify naturally.
- Someone with a large bulbous nose shows a heart straining against clogged arteries.
- Swollen under-eyes reflect kidneys unable to work properly, and a retention of fluid from eating too much salt and fatty foods.
- The classic lines between the eyebrows shows your liver working hard to keep up with your lifestyle.
- Yellowing of the whites of the eyes can indicate liver jaundice.
Basically, the condition of your health is all right there, each morning, in front of your eyes. Your face never lies. It shows us when energy becomes blocked in any part of the body, it affects us both internally and externally. According to visual diagnosis every blemish, mole, and discoloration has a deeper meaning. Pay attention, watch and listen to your body and it will let you know when your health condition changes from day to day.