Physiognomy of symbolical emotions.
Hexagram of the canon of changes YiKing 40.
If you are designer or constructor of motor cars then can project
appearance shapes and constructive forms of automobiles according to the shown
physiognomic symbols of a human face and hexagrams of the canon of changes Yi
King. Because design of automobile headlights or headlamps is comparable to
emotions of eyes. Contours of a windshield are comparable to emotional
expressions of eyebrows. Decor of automobile bumper is comparable with emotions
of a mouth. Constructive design of radiator grating or engine lattice is
comparable to physiognomy of a nose though this facial trait is not visual
parameter of human emotions.
Or design of automobile radiator gratings or engine lattices in motor cars can be correlated to physiognomy and emotions of a mouth if to not consider bumpers.
If decorative construction of a motor car model is compared to human emotions then as a result passenger vehicles or travel facilities can be attractive for potential drivers and motorists whose emotional expressions of facial shapes are comparable to automobile forms.
Emotions of social relationships.
Eyebrows: individual mind corresponds with public consciousness.
Eyes: personal volition predominates over collective will.
Mouth: private needs predominate over social requirements.
Personal wishes and individual needs dominate over public will and corporative demands, but private reason corresponds with social consciousness.
Personal mutual relations.
Eyebrows: you think of people and-or companions regard you.
Eyes: you wish to see people and-or companions need your presence.
Mouth: you can speak and-or companions listen to you.
Eyebrows: your notion is equivalent to opinions of people.
Eyes: your point of view determines sights of people.
Mouth: your words determine assertions of people.
You require dialogue and aspire to people, and they agree to communicate with you.
Following 41 physiognomic symbol in gallery.
About design of motor cars and emotions of a human face in automobile forms, also potential drivers and physiognomy of comic performances.