Beth’s latest handprints are posted below. The first set of prints I have for her are from Feb. 2004 when she was eight-years-old. She just turned twenty-one in Feb. 2017. I now have 13 years of prints of Beth’s hands.
With enthusiasm, Beth shared her hands, again. I found prints we did in 2004 which I’ll post soon. Together we’re seeing Beth-olution!
New prints of Beth’s hands taken in Jan. 2011 (below)
Check out her long right thumb (above). The long thumb shows the inclination to spend time ‘thumbing’ – arranging and rearranging. ‘The Orchestrator’ comes to mind. Combine this thumb description with her Life Purpose and Life Path and we get ‘The Orchestrator for Peace and Wholeness’.
One of the older Snowflakes on the Life Path of Peace
This fingerprint, along with her other 9, were permanently etched on her fingertips 5 months before entry into Life-University (birth). She has enough of these beautiful arch fingerprint carvings to identify her Life Path as Peace.
Beth’s hand prints taken in Mar. 2010
Beth has, and has had, a pronounced Independence of Thought for as long as I have been observing her hands. It is clearly shown in both of her hands through the space between the starting point of her head and life lines. I’ve known this Snowflake since she was born. Her free spirit has dominated her presence with “Look Out, I’m doing it my way.” Rules are not part of Beth’s vocabulary. While her parents offer a highly stable, nurturing, and guiding influence, something within Beth compels her to think in her own way. Just before this print was taken, Beth received her 2nd infraction at school. I’d actually expect her to have more with this marking in her hands. However, the home environment is open where all are free and encouraged to communicate. She is rewarded, in a sense, for her freedom of thought.
In both sets of prints (2009 and 2010) the zone of courage is eaten out a bit. She’ll be graduating from 8th grade this June and burning her trails for High School. In the Wizard of Oz, the Cowardly Lion was all roars and no show until he got on board with a ‘cause’. Likewise, we often lack courage when we don’t have a ‘cause’. Beth is in search of ‘her cause’. We’ll watch this section fill in over time.
Her life purpose, decoded from her fingerprints is the Successful Healer for Peace and Harmony. Ironically, with enough pressure, struggle and panic she will be backed into a corner. At which point the light bulb will most likely come on and she will “Know” her cause.
Comparing Momma’s and Daughter’s hands. Of course there are similarities and differences. Self awareness and deeper understanding is the result.