Lieselotte Eder - Scientific Research Center of Medical Biophysics (SRCMB)

Lieselotte Eder

Lieselotte Eder

Head of Psychognomic Associtaion in Switzerland from 1993 till 2012.

Chief editor of Physiognomic journal “Physiognomic Psychology”.

Certificate from School IAWG.

Head of Applied Section of Scientific Research Center of Medical Biophysics, WFMB, Sofia, Bulgaria.

Training for Еnergetic Harmonization and Bioinfluence

Lieselotte Eder is living in Zürich, Switzerland. Her qalifications are life coaches on physiognomical basis and influence on human body with biophysical and medical effects. She is head of Applied Section of Scientific Research of Medical Biophysics. She takes part in scientific tests and trainings. She is assitant and organize with Prof. Ignatov courses „Bioinformational Exchange, Health and Longevity“ in Zurich.
Lieselotte Eder

What is Physiognomic Psychology (Psycho-Physiognomic)?

Carl Huter (1861 - 1912), researcher and independent scholar, laid the foundation for a new science, the "Physiognomic psychology". In his major work and other writings he describes his scientific research, and present the resulting philosophy and ethics. He left behind an extensive intellectual legacy that is forward-looking.

The Psycho-Physiognomy is in the narrow sense body, head and face and eye expression customer of the people, by extension, also the recognition of all forms in nature (animals, plants, rock formations). It is the key to the discovery of individual development Potential. It is a holistic recognition method of physical, psychological, mental and spiritual systems of humans. This is the personal environment in which a person is, just as much attention paid to education as well as the influences which have a major influence.

Carl Huter

Targets of the practical application of the Physiognomic psychology:

The psycho-physiognomic is in many areas of daily life a valuable aid:

What are the benefits you can achieve with a psycho-physiognomic and / or pathophysiognomic consulting including health counseling?

Portrait Lieselotte Eder

Since early childhood I have a marked sensitivity gift, which enabled me to sense moods and feelings of my fellow men. I have found that people sought my neighborhood and my consolation in difficult situations. For decades, I advise on physiognomic basis.
IgnatovEderLaax, Congress2009

By the time I became more and more aware that it would be beneficial to give beside the "healing with words" also energy pulses to stimulate self-healing.

I was trained as healer and teacher in the International Academy of Scientific healing, IAWG, under the direction of Christos Drossinakis.

I have also completed training in practical bioinfluence in the scientific research of medical biophysics under the direction of Prof. Dr. Ignat Ignatov and Verka Nikolova.

I consider it extremely important to remain aware that "cure" as it is popularly called, can be only impetus for self-healing of seeking help. I promise no cure and do not advise on medical interventions. The energy transfers happen complementary. This attitude also I teach my students.

It seems to me very important to have test my skills again and again by renowned scientists. In my Homepage you can see my test results and the estimates of various scientists.

An excerpt of my book - Foreword


Menschen blicken dich an

People look at you - a physiognomic foray into people of different origins, ideological backgrounds and occupational backgrounds


As representative of the psychophysiognomics and worldview Carl Hutters (1861 to 1912), who has intensively dealt with the specialist knowledge of the connections between the external appearance and structure of human beings since 1963 and has worked as a lecturer, physiognomic consultant, trainer and author of specialist articles since 1964 I think it is appropriate to present my diverse experiences in a book in order to convey them to students and interested parties.

This book should not be understood as a textbook but as a supplement to the existing books. It is aimed at people who are already advanced in considering the physiognomic forms of expression and now want to practice the far more difficult networking of specialist knowledge and intuition. In order to be able to properly understand and advise a person, it is imperative to also deal with their surroundings and their origins. Only then can you assess the current state of mental and spiritual development with all caution. Let us keep in mind that every person is an individual and therefore has a unique combination of systems and potential, into which - with all physiognomic knowledge - it is important to empathize. As the saying goes: "Everyone - a thought of God". In the first part of this book, I present some physiognomic and psychological approaches that have become valuable to me.

Ignatov Eder

The second part comprises part of my article (copyright by the author), which I have published for many years in the journal "Physiognomische Psychologie". I was the editor-in- chief for 17 years. (2000 to 2017). These portraits of different people are intended to show how one looks at people with the “feeling seeing” so called by Carl Hutter and how they are captured in their individuality. I invite you to begin the journey into their psychic inner life by feeling the shape analysis of the individual physiognomy of the portrayed people. It should be noted that, in addition to the shape analysis, the nature of the internal energies (force direction according to Carl Hutter) and the liveliness of the expression should be perceived - essential factors for assessing the development potential of humans. I wish the readers some new impulses to expand physiognomic recognition. I would like to thank my esteemed teachers Herrmann Bürkler, Siegfried Kupfer and Maria Knirr for the valuable support they showed me over several years at the beginning of my studies in psycho-physiognomics and the way of life Carl Hutters from 1963.

Zurich, January 2020

Final word

Dear reader
It was a need for me to add a piece of the mosaic to the existing primary and secondary literature on psycho-physiognomics and the life theory of Carl Hutter. It was and is my aim not to impart the specialist knowledge dogmatically. As mentioned at the beginning of this book, every person has his or her own potential, which must be developed in the best possible way, in the sense of "become who you are!" The physiognomic portraits published in this book show personalities with very different character and talent directions. It is positive-minded and active people with an ethical attitude who come close to the ideas of Carl Hutters. In a way, they offer model character for a positive implementation of your own systems.
For those interested in physiognomy, the complex preoccupation with the appearance of "human" and its decoding offers a possibility for personal development and human maturation. I wish you a lot of inner enrichment in the lifelong exploration of the mystery "human".

Lieselotte Eder