The television series Lie to Me is based on the work of Dr. Paul Ekman. Dr. Ekman popularized the scientific study of universal facial expressions, and Dr. Michael J. Lincoln paralleled his work while taking it to a deeper psychological level. Atma Degeyndt, Dr. Lincolns protege, is an organizational psychologist and intellectual visionary and has created a training system for any practitioner or intellectual enthusiast to be able to master the terrain of the human face.
Join us to discover Facial Analytics and raise your understanding of human beings up to another level.
Date and Time: Saturday, October 12, 2013 6:30 PM to 8:30 PM
Venue: Atma's,109 East 29th Street, 1R, New York, NY
A 6 part series of introductory lectures to Facial Analytics - A new science for psychological profiling and assessment.
Come to one class or come to all. It’s okay if you missed a class.
Each of the lectures in this series is a short summary of 6 key areas of Facial Analytics. Each class will have a theme, a challenge and homework so you can reinforce what you have learned.
Class One (Saturday, Oct. 12th, 2013 6:30 PM to 8:30 PM)
• The Story and key people who developed the science of Facial analytics
Class Two (Saturday, Oct. 19th, 2013 6:30 PM to 8:30 PM)
• Refining Intuition - the key to being a great Face reader
Class Three (Saturday, Oct. 26th, 2013 6:30 PM to 8:30 PM)
• The Impact of the Family - every home has issues: 1, 2, or 3, it’s a matter of degree
Class Four (Saturday, Nov. 9th, 2013 6:30 PM to 8:30 PM)
• Depth of Resilience - bounce back and the 7 levels of consciousness
Class Five (Saturday, Nov. 16th, 2013 6:30 PM to 8:30 PM)
• Service Personas - seeing the potential on people
Class Six (Saturday, Nov. 23th, 2013 6:30 PM to 8:30 PM)
• Intuitive Thought versus Deliberative Thought - What are the differences?
2 Day Workshop (Sat-Sun, Dec. 7th-8th, 2013 10:00AM to 6:00 PM)
These lectures culminate in our 2 day workshop where everything you've learned will be enhanced and deepened. You'll be reading faces like a pro by the end of it all.
If you're ready to step into an exciting and amazing new world of extraordinary insight into yourself and others, rsvp soon to reserve your space!
Fascinating what there is to see in a face. And how accurate and also insightful. It made perfect sense and gave me remembrance of who I am and also where I can add or open up to new things. I liked it a lot, it was calming and beautiful to hear and something I will listen to again. Something new will show up. - Mikael N.
My face reading was a terrifically liberating and empowering experience. Atma’s ability to see all the forces at play in one’s life through the face is uncanny. It was at once a vindication and release of the past – that all has been as it should be, but also a powerful call to being of my life purpose. An acknowledgement of all the best which I deep down hoped to be true about myself. - Adrienne Bramhall
I was apprehensive going in, but as soon as Atma started I was fine. It was accurate and I found it all fascinating. Everything I thought I was or believed I was, Atma confirmed. I knew I’d been right to trust my life would all work out. I’d recommend it to anyone – it was fantastic. I loved it! - Jackie C
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