The High and Low of It
High and Low Ears
High and Low Eyebrows
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October 2014 Newsletter

 Several of the newsletters this year have touched on brain dominance. Whether we are seeing the world from either a "left" or "right" brain perspective not only affects our perception of reality but it also shows up on our face. Understanding what our face tells us about our own decision making style, how we listen and even how we understand reality gives us an opportunity to become fully integrated. By being able to understand and then choose our perspective, we can employ the gifts from both sides of our brain. We need the gifts that each side offers to develop a more balanced and effective approach to life. Right brain dominant folks need some left brain input to get the job done while left brainers need a little more of the right brain's awareness to connect with and understand others. 

In this article we are considering  ear and eyebrow height from the perspective of brain dominance. Our ears are considered high when the top of the ear is at or above our eye level. Ears are considered low when the ear lobe is below the base of the nose. It is very important that the person's chin is level with the floor when assessing high or low ears. The slightest tilt of the head can make a difference in reading them accurately. High eyebrows are those where there is flesh between the eye and the eyebrow, while low eyebrows sit near the top of the eye and little or no flesh can be seen. When these features are considered in the context of brain dominance the high eyebrows and high ears align with the right brain and the low ears and low eyebrows align with the left brain.

 In this Newsletter we are going to lay the groundwork for the Eyebrow and Ear Combinations found in my book on page 41. I am going to discuss the left or right brain orientation of high and low eyebrows and high and low ears this month. Once you have absorbed the diversity of how each of these features are more aligned with the left or right brain, you will better understand how each person you meet listens and makes decisions. Next month, when we discuss the combinations, you will be able to appreciate your own approach with its gifts and challenges as well as anyone else's.


High and Low Ears

A person with high ears captures what is being said more quickly than a person with low ears. The reason for this may be found in the association between high ears and a right brain perspective. The right brain is dedicated to present-moment experiences and takes in the entire experience including the affect and tone of the speaker. It is less focused on the words but more aware of the context and relationships. Therefore, if the speaker is too slow, repetitive or drags out what they are saying, there is a strong tendency for the high eared person to become impatient or stop listening. They may mentally leave the flow of the conversation because they are being forced out of the present moment by waiting on what seems to them to be a slow trickle of information.


On the other hand, low eared people prefer wisdom over speed when listening. We know that the left brain is the home of language, logic and time which it perceives as moments moving from a past towards the future. The reason that low eared folks listen slower may lie in the low ear's association with the left brain. The low eared listener is carefully considering the words and unconsciously analyzing and comparing the information they are receiving with their carefully categorized data of related topics. For this reason while the low eared listener may be slower they may also be able to logically compare, analyze and even refute what is being said at a deeper level than the speedy high eared listener. 

High and Low Eyebrows

Eyebrows are the feature that gives us clues as to how we make decisions. There is a big difference between the way the right brain makes a decision and the way the left brain comes up with an answer. Once again, higher features are associated with right brain alignment. High eyebrows process slower and need more time to make decisions because these people need to "feel" right about their decision and our feelings are harder to sort out quickly.


Furthermore, unlike the left brain that abstracts information and then stores it in categories (like a mental file cabinet) the right brain captures the entire experience. Each experience we record has its own affect or feeling. At the subconscious level the right brain puts out a search of all our experiences at once. The information we are looking for is retrieved by how previous life experiences compare and harmonize with the emotional tone of what we are looking for. This is a longer and slower process but the advantage is that there is a greater depth of information available since we are examining the entire experience rather than a previously abstracted left brain conclusion.

Low eyebrows are associated with a left brain method of processing. They process quickly and make decisions quickly because the left brain's retrieval method is to identify the topic and then go immediately to the mental file cabinet where that category of information is stored. By abstracting experiences into words, stories, numbers and time and then placing this data into categories it is easy for the left brain to find the information. The advantage of left brain in the decision making process is that not only can it judge, evaluate, and compare what is within any category of data in a logical manner, it also has a recorded time line to know the sequence of events and when things happened.

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Thank you for your interest. I welcome your comments, questions and observations. You can e-mail me directly at
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Your feedback is valuable. My goal is to develop and use Amazing Face Reading as a tool to see everyone more clearly and compassionately. I really believe we can understand every person we meet on a deeper level.
Kind regards,
Mac Fulfer