The ears fall in the mid section of the head but represent the early, formative years of life between birth and 15. As such, look to the ears to determine the foundation of life and the potential for achievement especially during the mid life ages 40 - 50.
The ears should exhibit good, fleshy inner and outer helixes. Thin and poorly shaped outer helixes may reveal diminishing health.
Some other general types of ears are as follows:
- Set Close to Head: Plans ahead and is thrifty. Doesn't like to leave too much to chance.
- Protruding: An original thinker. Lonely. Non conformist.
- Ears with small lobes: Not easy to achieve sexual fulfilment Dependant and may lack initiative.
- Ears with large lobes: Independent, strong minded.
- Large ears: Intellectual.
- Longer than wider ears: Keen, impractical.
- Small ears: Instinctive.
- Ears with no lobes: Unresponsive and lacks purpose.