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Sandra Moore Williams

I don't know about you, but I am insatiably curious.

I have always wondered what makes people the way they are. Why do different people respond so differently to the same thing? Why are some things so easy for one person and so hard for another? Why do some people procrastinate and others slice through life like an arrow? Why can some people never sit still and work 18 hour days and others wilt after two hours? 

So I naturally gravitated to a study of  various systems for understanding people:  psychology, numerology, palmistry, astrology, temperament types, body types, enneagrams, and the like. This was my avocation along with drawing, especially people.

But my corporate work experience was in the print industry as an illustrator, designer, writer, editor and desktop publisher. On my own time, I dabbled in astrology, drew faces and was constantly buying and reading yet another book on psychology and personality typing.  

Then I was suddenly laid off and rather than put myself in that position again, I started a desktop publishing business. 

One of my first big jobs was to illustrate, design and produce a book on face reading for an author. I loved the idea of drawing all the faces and designing the book, which was my focus, but I was intrigued with accuracy of some of it. How could a face tell you that about a person? How did they know it was the nose and not the eyes or the mouth?  

By the time I finished the project, I had learned the information and people asked me to give talks on the subjec. That led to bookings to read faces at events. People told me I was about 85% accurate which they considered quite good. But I wasn't satisfied and felt there was more information out there I simply had not found yet.

In readings,  people asked questions about their faces that I couldn't answer. Frustrating. More books. Few answers.

I met a Personologist at a fair, bought her book, devoured it in two days and contacted her about her training. In January of 1999, I gained certification in Personology, a system of face reading developed by Judge Edward Vincent Jones. His work had over thirty years of research back of it with high, statistically validated accuracy. After I incorporated that information into my readings, my level of accuracy went up. Then I tackled the Chinese Face Reading (Mein Shiang) and today, I use what I find works, what is most consistently accurate. And now nearly everyone tells me it is "dead on." 100% accurate. Finally.

So what next? Actually . . .

I find that reading faces and connecting with people is personally fulfilling. Most subjects are surprised, enjoy the process, and find it validating.

There are some people who are surprised to learn they have a capacity that most people don't share. An example is a person who has creative visualization.Tthis trait is an innate gift for seeing projects fully realized in their mind's eye before they ever begin to work on it. Most of us get a "fuzzy notion" of what we're trying accomplish, not a clear picture. Those so gifted seldom realize that most people don't share that capacity. They reported getting frustrated with the way others flounded around in trying to do a project, going down far too many dead ends before they could get a viable picture of what they were tryng to create. It's so simple. Why make it so hard, they would ask. 

Now they have more patience with the non-visualizers.

That's what keeps me doing it.