Jul 152011
 

A face shape can be found on the front of the torso of the human body. This picture shows the front of the torso of a computer model human body.

The eyes of the face are created from the chest,

and the nipples play the part of the pupils.

The nose is formed from the area under the center of the ribcage,

And the mouth is formed from the stomach around the belly button.

The next picture shows the torso of a human being with a face painted on it. The painted face is a good approximation of the face on the torso being described in this blog entry.

While it is intriguing and perhaps humorous that a face can be created on the torso, there is a more serious side to the face on the torso.

The appearance of the face on the torso is related to the health of the underlying torso. If one of the eye shapes changed for instance, that change would be indicative of some kind of health problem occurring in the chest that the eye shape is drawn on.

The appearance of the face on the torso is also related to the health of the head because the face on the torso behaves like a duplicate of the face on the head. Extending the previous example, if one of the eyes on the torso face changed shape, not only would it indicate a problem with the chest area it was drawn on, a problem with the actual eye area in the face on the same side of the body will be indicated.

The linkage between the torso face and the face on the head means that the head can also be used to diagnose the condition of the torso. If there was a problem with one of the eyes on the face, then the corresponding area on the torso face will also exhibit some related health condition.

The appearance of the face on the head and the face on the torso are both dependent on the condition of the interior of the body. Please take a moment to familiarize yourself with the internal anatomy of the human torso shown in the next picture. 

The face on the torso is then superimposed over the anatomy picture.

That picture demonstrates why the face on the torso can be used to diagnose health problems. Different internal organs are associated with different parts of the torso face. According to the author, changes to the appearance of the face on the torso are linked to changes in the organs associated with a particular torso face area. 

For instance. Let it be agreed that the right eye of the face on the head of a patient has been been either reduced in size, or it’s shape has been distorted in some way. Since the face on the head has been claimed to be linked to the face on the torso, the investigating medical person should check the condition of the right eye of the torso face, or the right chest area for additional or related health problems.  

Examination of the torso face drawn on the anatomy picture reveals that the right lung is behind the right eye of the torso face.


That linkage between the observed change to the right eye in the face, and the theoretical linkage to the right lung beneath the right eye of the torso face, means the investigating medical person should also check the patient for breathing problems or any other right lung related problem.

That examples demonstrates why Torso Face Diagnosis is so powerful. A Western or allopathic doctor would never think to check the lung function of a patient with a right eye problem. Their lung problems would go undiagnosed and possibly become worse. The only way the Western or allopathic doctor would discover the patient’s lung problem would be if he ordered expensive tests requiring sophisticated equipment.

 That same expensive testing regimen with sophisticated instruments would be required to diagnose most any internal health problem of the torso. But with Torso Face Diagnosis, all the investigating medical person needs are their own two eyes to narrow down where possible health problems might be present.

The following series of pictures highlight which organs would be affected by changes to the various parts of the face. The first picture highlights how the eyes of the torso face are mostly linked to the corresponding lung, with some small overlapping on the heart.


Changes to the nose are linked to changes to the heart, with some overlapping of both lungs.

Changes to the mouth affect many different organs because the mouth is so large.

The mouth of the torso face is influenced by the liver,

the stomach,

the large intestine,

and the small intestine,


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