Physiognomy of symbolical emotions.
Hexagram of the canon of changes YiKing 4.
If you are the artist or painter then can draw art pictures according to
hexagrams of the canon of changes YiKing, and actually according to ratio of
facial emotions of the shown physiognomic symbols with objects which are
represented in images of painting. Because compositions of art pictures in most
cases include a basis or a ground which is a scene of action, that is comparable
to emotions of a mouth. And also compositions of art pictures have alive
subjects or characters who are a matter of attention, that is comparable to
emotions of eyes. And also in compositions of fine art pictures there is a sky
or visual space which surrounds painting characters and corresponds with facial
emotions of eyebrows.
Besides it is possible to correlate facial emotions of painting characters with visual compositions of art pictures or color drawings according to hexagrams of the canon of changes and physiognomic symbols of emotional displays or manifestations of a human face which are shown in this online gallery.
Emotions of social relationships.
Eyebrows: individual mind predominates over public consciousness.
Eyes: personal volition corresponds with collective will
Mouth: private needs predominate over social requirements.
Personality of a man or woman is identified with collective will, but individual reason and wishes prevail of public mentality and corporative demands of society.
Personal mutual relations.
Eyebrows: you realize people and-or companions agree with you.
Eyes: you see people and-or companions notice you.
Mouth: you can speak and-or companions listen to you.
Eyebrows: your notion determines opinions of people.
Eyes: your point of view is equivalent to sights of people.
Mouth: your words determine assertions of people.
Environmental or surrounding people are glad to communicate with you and ready to understand you.
Following 5 physiognomic symbol in gallery.
About facial emotions of painting characters and public relationships in pictures, also manifestations of a human face and mutual relations of people.