When you say the word nature, what comes to your mind? Most people will give an answer that is in reference to the expression of nature in the environment and wildlife of this planet.
There is another reference we consistently use the word nature for that we have paid little attention to - our human nature. Have you ever heard yourself say, "It's just my nature"? Or how often have you referred to someone else making comments like, "She's a natural at that!" or "It's not their nature to be that way?"
Energy Profiling shines a whole new light on the term when you consider that Energy Type is associated with a specific element that we all personally carry. What if you knew more about yourself and your general nature and you knew that instantly about someone else just by looking at their facial features?
Energy Profiling is a simple system that categorizes people in to one of 4 groups that says volumes with a simple reference system of referring to Types. Carol Tuttle refers to a system that has 4 Types, Type 1, Type 2, Type 3, and Type 4.
The 4 Types come from the 4 elements that we are each created from, nitrogen, oxygen, hydrogen, and carbon. Carol has discovered that each of these elements express a unique and candid movement that expresses in all of nature and all of human nature. We have all 4 elements in us, so we naturally have all 4 expressions in us, yet we all lead with a dominant expression of one of the 4 elements that is represented by each Type.
Once you have learned the system and the volumes of information that explains each Type, knowing someone's dominant Type will give you great insight to whether this person is someone you would be compatible with.
The beauty of Energy Profiling is it does not just look at a person's personality; it also includes behavior tendencies, thought and feeling processes, body language, and physical features. It is a simple system taught in a concise way that is easy to learn and apply. So for the first time you will be able to have a greater insight to someone's nature just by reading his or her facial features.