Human Art is a methodology combining correct principles from art, design, color and psychology theory. The methodology has been observed over many years. It is consistent. It works. The principles find their way through everything you see around you. Everything in nature has an order, including mankind. we seem to recognize this order at some level, but in the general melee of life, we somehow lose sight of it. Human Art awakens us to who we really are. It is a measurement, an equation that finally makes sense of our divine nature and how we were made. It gives us back something that we came to this wonderful earth with, but of which we somehow lost sight. Human Art is a gift; it doesn't change who we are , it simply helps us recognize ourselves. It points out all the wonderful qualities and traits that we all uniquely possess, and in helping us to get to know ourselves better, it gives us a glimpse of what we can do with our lives. Consequently, it empowers us and gives us a direction for greatness in life that is totally individual.
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The driving force behind Human Art, Brook Thornley is an author, award-winning cosmetologist and Master Educator for Matrix, a division of L'Oreal. For over 25 years Brook has worked in the family's salon and day spa, helping with the development of Human Art Design. Together with her husband, Rod Thornley, LCSW, she cofounded Brook Design Company & Human Art, LLC. Brook can visually dissect a person's attributes and measure amounts of each of the design elements in order to diagnose a unique personal design profile. In addition, she can teach others to do the same. In this book, Brook shares the invaluable knowledge and experience she has acquired in this life-changing field. The unique pairing of Brook's and Rod's professions has had a positive, synergistic impact on the Human Art Program. Brook focuses on the art and design elements of the program while Rod Validates the personality and Behavioral aspects.Review:
Human Art--This profoundly influential book is a valuable tool to all. Allowing us to counteract the search for the ultimate beauty that society has imprinted upon us and appreciate all that is beautiful in all that is human. Spreading harmony within ourselves and giving the gift of self-esteem, an amazing weapon for modern life. Truly inspirational. --Paul Falltrick, Matrix Global Artistic Director
Finally, a one-size-fits-all beauty book filled with clear wisdom about what it takes to be beautiful. We all wear our negative beliefs about ourselves on our hips, waist, etc. Brook and Rod give us the tools to become aware of these negative self images and give us simple ways of eradicating them...the result is beauty. Human Art is a book you can pick up , read a page or two, and reap the benefits. Keep it some place where you can easily access it whenever you need postive reinforcement. It is a blueprint for living a meaningful life. A book you want to give everyone. --Thomas M. Bassett, Matrix, Division of L'Oreal, Artistic Design Team member; Owner of Salon Tantrum
You are a one-of-a-kind masterpiece, possessing your own unique beauty, personality and strengths. Human Art introduces a proven methodology that will empower you to achieve a deep and accurate understanding of whom you truly are and find harmony in every area of life. By identifying and embracing your distinctive inner and outer beauty, you will become fully "you"--an authentic, attractive, self-actualized individual who will enjoy higher levels of happiness and success than ever before --Steve Osborne, Freelance Writer
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