Facial expression is reflectedin the water
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As water is as a looking glass, in which a man may behold his own face and another's; or as the face in the water answers to the face of a man, and there is a great likeness between them. Cranial V depresses the lower jaw to expel the unpleasant mouthful then closes it to keep food out , as cranial XII protrudes the tongue. So the evil, too, find themselves in harmony with those of like disposition. These reactions are fully automated, occurring even when we are unaware of what we saw Dimberg et al.
Proverbs As water reflects the face, so one's life reflects the heart.
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Description:There is a solidarity in human nature which enables us to judge of others by ourselves. The facial nerve nucleus of the brain stem contains motor neurons that innervate the facial muscles of expression Willis F. As water is as a looking glass, in which a man may behold his own face and another's; or as the face in the water answers to the face of a man, and there is a great likeness between them. Unpleasant emotions and stimuli lead cranial nerves to constrict our eye, nose, mouth, and throat openings, while more pleasant sensations widen our facial orifices to incoming cues. Tomkins found eight "basic" facial emotions: All things through water appear greater, as Seneca m observes, and so more clear and plain; so the heart of man to man; one man's heart may be seen and discerned in some measure by another, as by his countenance; for though, as the poet n says, "frontis nulla fides", yet the countenance is often the index of the mind, though not an infallible one; wrath and anger in the breast may be seen in the face, as were in Cain's; thus Jacob saw some resentment at him in the mind of Laban, and judged he had some design of mischief against him by the change of his countenance; also what is in the heart of man is discerned by what comes out of it, by his words, and also by his actions; yea, a man may know in a good measure what is in another man's heart, by what he finds in his own: