Scars can signify one or more meanings.
For starters, the age when the accident happened that caused the scar. It’s important to consider the emotions were present at the age when the person got the scar. It’s also significant to note that the face shows not only decades but also specific ages which are located in different areas of the face like a map in this image.
When someone is curious about the meaning of a scar on their face its helpful to know what age area it shows up on the face (see the Face Age Map above) which reveals the age when an opportunity may present itself later in life resurfacing those emotions to process/heal from the emotion that happened at the time when the scar first appeared.
It can also reveal a health issue to be addressed.
And the last option I’m going to cover here is the possibility that it can represent an element archetype or decade.
The element in the eyebrow area represents the liver which talks about anger meaning there may be an issue with the liver or unresolved anger. There are many possibilities but it’s simply a clue of something to be addressed that hasn’t been resolved.
We all have clues on our faces of things to work on and Face Reading is a great tool to help figure out what might be going on.
For example, one of my friends asked me to help her figure out what the meaning of a scar on her son’s forehead meant.
In the pictures below of this handsome young man a scar can be seen between his eyebrows that were a result of an injury during childhood.
The eyebrow area addresses anger. It’s also an area that talks about the father and possibly anger toward his dad about something that happened. As previously mentioned, it could reveal emotions that were present at the time he got the scar.
And since the scar landed in two age places on his face (age 24 and 27), there might be opportunities that arise when he reaches those ages to address and process those same emotional issues that were present when he got the scar.
If he recognizes this and works to process and heal those issues, chances are the scar will be less visible or disappear altogether. If the emotions don’t get resolved, scars may tend to remain as a reminder in a sense.
Just like most things in life, our features, our birthdates, our experiences, our lessons and core issues, and even scars or moles are no accident. They don’t appear by default. There is a reason and meaning for everything.
This is just one interesting example.
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