Position of Acne on Your Face Shows Areas of Physical Ailment

Hiya!  Hope you’re all doing well.

Recently, I came across a pretty cool article, about an alternative way to diagnose different medical ailments you may have.  I’ve always been into alternative methods of treatment – I mean, our ancestors didn’t have Advil or NyQuil to take for aches and pains, right?  Generally, those sorts of things aren’t fixes anyway – most pills aren’t, they just cover up symptoms, and cause more problems themselves.

Anyway, I found this article really interesting, and thought I’d share it with you guys!  I found this via an article on worldtruth.tv, who cite cuisineandhealth for their content.  So basically, I’m just passing on what others have come up with 🙂

On the worldtruth article, Eddie said:

“There are many alternative methods of diagnosing problems that occur in our body and they are a great and safe way of monitoring our health, whose credibility can easily check.

One of these comes from the Russian Healer, and it is about diagnosis with using the location of acne on your face. Look in the mirror, and see where your acne currently and study the picture above is and try to analyze whether there is in this part of the body a problem. Below are points with the explanation.”

Check out the image, and relating areas of possible concern below.

 Acne Map

1. Rectum

2. Sigmoid colon

3. Liver

4. Hoses

5. Descending part of the colon

6. Left adrenal gland

7. Pelvic left kidney

8. The upper part of the left kidney

9. Left lobe of the liver

10. The gallbladder (corpus vesicae felleae)

11. Left part of the cross-colon

12. Pancreas

13. Bile and hepatic ducts

14. Left kidney

15. Heart pathology

16. Urethra of left kidney

17. Left lobe of the liver

18. Left milk (lactiferous) gland

19. Left lung

20. Cardiac disorders

21. Bronchi in left lung

22. Diaphragm, rib layer

23. Lesser curvature

24. Duodenum

25. Left adrenal gland

26. Left inguinal crease

27. Left ovary in women, the left testicle for men

28. Left milk (lactiferous) gland

29. Sacroiliac joint

30. Left kidney

31. Big curvature of the stomach

32. Left pendant uterus with the ovaries, the left lobe of the prostate in the testis

33. Bladder

34. Pelvic left kidney

35. Pancreas

36. Left lobe of the thyroid

37. Left urethra

38.Pyloric part of the stomach

39. Uterus, lobes of the prostate, perineum

40. Right milk (lactiferous) gland

41. Pyloric part of the stomach

42. Right urethra

43. Gall bladder

44. The right lobe of thyroid

45. The pelvis of the kidney

46. Right pendant uterus with the ovaries, the right lobe of the prostate in the testis

47. A small curvature of the stomach

48. Right kidney

49. Right ovary of women, the right testicle of men

50. Iliac lymph system

51. Right adrenal gland

52. Hose

53. Big curvature of the stomach

54. Hormonal system

55. Signs of scleroderma

56. Hose

57. Saber cartilage

58. A small curvature of the stomach

59. Big curvature of the stomach

60. Right urethra

61. Bronchi in right lung

62. Right milk (lactiferous) gland

63. The right lobe of the liver

64. Right urethra

65. The right lung

66. Right kidney

67. Signs of stagnation in the kidneys, kidney stones, kidney sand

68. The right part of the cross-colon

69. Infection of the kidney

70. Right kidney

71. The body of the gallbladder with excretory ducts

72. The right lobe of the liver

73. The pelvis of the kidney

74. Right adrenal gland

75. A growing part of the colon (the ileocecal angle)

76. The transverse colon

77. Appendix

78. Stomach

79. Bladder

80. Genitals

Personally, I find this interesting, and possibly believable.  Areas where I have constant acne do show, according to the chart, areas where I have known chronic issues.  They do correlate and match up several times, so who knows – maybe it’s something to pay attention to!

What do you guys think of this?  Do you believe in things like this?  Let me know in the comments below 🙂

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My Makeup Walls

Hey guys, how are you today?  Hopefully doing well 🙂

Today, I’m feeling inspired to write about makeup.

Most people would probably be surprised to know this about me, but I love makeup.  A lot.  I actually adore makeup.  When I was a teenager, I used to play with makeup all the time.  My mom got me into it when I was 12, and I’ve basically been wearing it ever since.

I don’t wear much now – I’m opting for a natural face as much as possible, while my hormones balance out, and my skin is more sensitive.  Most days, I go makeup-free.  If I have some blemishes or scars that are making me a bit insecure one day, I’ll put on concealer where needed.  If I’m going out somewhere and want to look nicer, I’ll use eye makeup.  The amount depends on the level of “nice” I want to look, which usually relates to the level of “nice” the place I’m going is.

I miss the days though, where I’d wear more makeup.  My eyes would be fully done, and I’d get compliments every day.  I’d wear powder and blush, lip stuff constantly, and always have my eyes popping and shining brightly.

Since getting married though, I don’t like to as much.  Lip stuff just makes it weird when I kiss Ken.  He ends up getting it all over his lips, and while he doesn’t mind and usually just laughs while wiping it off, it makes me feel self-conscious, and a little guilty.  Same with powders – they come off on clothes.  I hate giving him a hug, and seeing a smudge of makeup left on his shirt.  Again, he doesn’t even notice, or mind when I point it out, but it makes me feel bad.

So, I stick with concealers, and lip/eye stuff if we’re going out.  He’s not much of a kiss-in-public type guy, so I can wear lip stuff then.

I often browse around the internet, looking for post topics and inspiration, research for my books, etc.  In my browsing, I often come across makeup articles and tutorials.  You know the ones – where this girl (usually one you wish you looked like, cuz damn those cheek bones are incredible!) shows how she flawlessly puts on makeup like it’s no big deal, says it’s “easy” and “anyone can do it.”

I’m always left feeling a mix of two things:

1) Inspired to try it; maybe it’s not that hard; I could/should try it.

2) She’s already gorgeous without the makeup – there’s no way I’ll end up looking that good; what if it only works on faces made for people to look at; I’m not that good with makeup; I don’t have the money to buy makeup to play around with all the time; what would my guys think, especially if I messed it up, or worse, think I look good when I really look hideous.

The latter arguments always win out, and I’m left feeling depressed, having buried my fragile, budding self-confidence with a heaping dose of self-deprecation.  Not healthy, but still the reality.

 I'm Nothing

I miss makeup.  I miss being confident enough to try it.  I hate the realization that I’m less confident now than I was in High School.  I want to be more confident now, dammit.  Why shouldn’t I be?  God had blessed me with an amazing husband, food in our bellies and a roof over our heads, goofy dogs and even goofier friends.

Why does makeup break me?  Why is it, that when I put that eye-liner pencil up to my lids, my hand starts trembling, and I imagine such horrible things happening?  Things like failing.  Like realizing I’m someone who should wear a bag over her head, so she doesn’t inflict her hideous face on the people around her.  Like people thinking badly of her, for one reason or another.

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Which leads into, why should I care what other people think?  Why would anyone’s negative opinion be enough to stop me from doing what makes me happy?  Especially when that something is simply wearing a bit of makeup.  Not even drag-queen status makeup – just more than the minimal amount I settle for now.

 Too much makeup little girl

Why should I settle?  I’m the only one making myself settle.  The fact is, I don’t ever get negativity when I wear makeup.  I get attention.  A lot of attention.  And since I’m afraid of attention, that’s a bad thing in my mind.

It shouldn’t be.  I should wear makeup if I want to.  I should have fun, experiment, and let myself be brave.  Kind of silly, really – feeling brave for wearing makeup.

 This is Serious Business

Still, in my timid little mind, that’s the equivalent to knocking down a few brick walls on my own.  I erected them – I have to knock them down.  I’m the only one stopping myself.

I just wish I wasn’t so harsh and hard on myself.

I don’t have to look like the beautiful girls on YouTube – the fact is, I never will.  They were blessed with beauty, and I wasn’t.  That doesn’t mean I can’t have fun and play, right?  I can be happy too, right?  I hope so.  Because I’m going to start playing with makeup again, and it will either be really really good, or really really bad.  We’ll see.

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Do you ever struggle with this type of issue?  What do you think about makeup?