Facial Diagnosis to Support the Immune System

By Pacific College - April 8, 2020
Facial Diagnosis to Support the Immune System - Pacific College

Discover facial diagnosis techniques aimed at identifying and addressing immune system deficiencies. Pacific College of Health and Science hosts best-selling author, Lillian Pearl Bridges in this webinar that will:

  • Examine Earth element strengths and weaknesses through facial diagnosis
  • Explore how Earth, at the center of the five elements, can affect immunity and can be evaluated in the face
  • Discover how your relationship with five elements, as indicated on the face, can guide immune health strategies for you and your clients

Watch the webinar by clicking on the “play” button below, or on our YouTube channel here. Follow along with the handout available here.

Lillian Pearl Bridges

Lillian Bridges is the world’s leading authority on face reading and diagnosis. She is credited for bringing this body of ancient knowledge back to the field of Chinese medicine and introducing it to Western medicine and business. Lillian is the founder of The Lotus Institute, Inc., and trains students in her comprehensive Master Face Reading Certification Program. She has nearly 30 years of experience speaking and teaching and has been a featured speaker at conferences, conventions and symposiums around the world including multiple appearances at Pacific Symposium. Lillian learned her skills from a long line of master Chinese practitioners in her Chen Family Lineage. She received her degree in psychology from UCLA. She is the author of Face Reading in Chinese Medicine, 2nd Edition, a best seller in the genre, published in multiple languages. Lillian has been seen on numerous radio and television shows and was most recently was featured on the Dr. Oz show, “What Your Face Reveals About Your Health.” She has been profiled in numerous publications on the topics of face reading and feng shui, including Newsweek, Natural Health Magazine, the LA Times, and the Irish Times. Lillian was a contributor to several books on Chinese medicine, including TCM Stress and TCM Aging. She has also been a contributor to numerous national and international magazines and journals.

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