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Multifaceted Practitioner Teaches Ancient Art of Face Reading

Art Gutkin, founder of Medintuitive Holistic Healing Center, will present a Mein Shiang seminar and learning session from 2 to 4 p.m., on March 20, at the Medintuitive Center, in North Wales.

Participants will learn the basics of this 3,000-year-old Chinese art, developed by the Taoist monks. Useful to practitioners and laypeople alike, Mein Shiang allows the face reader to understand the personality of the individual through observation of the lines of the face, shape of the lips, eyes, ears, nose and various other facial features.

Gutkin, an experienced Mein Shiang practitioner, has performed hundreds of face readings over the years and reports remarkable accuracy. “The lines and characteristics of each person’s face reflects the individual’s childhood experiences both physically and emotionally,” he explains. “Face reading often reveals repressed memories, which lead to realization of the reasons why people react in a particular manner to other individuals and situations. Beyond personality profiles, Mein Shiang also provides the face reader with the ability to recognize the body’s sickly areas.”

Gutkin, a retired trial attorney of nearly 40 years, is a certified hypnotherapist with an advanced certification in past life regression, a professional member of the International Association of Counselors and Therapists, a master practitioner of neuro-linguistic programming and a certified life coach. He also holds certification in cognitive behavioral therapy.

Seminar attendees will receive instructions in Mein Shiang and will have the opportunity to receive a basic reading session. All attendees will also receive a coupon toward a Mein Shiang certification program. Pre-registration is required before March 15, and credit cards, checks and money orders are accepted.

Cost: $20. Location: Medintuitive Center, 309 N. Sumneytown Pike, North Wales. For more information and to preregister, call 215-740-0766 or email [email protected]. Visit online at and March 2016.

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