Bottom Line Thinking

Do you get impatient with people dragging out a story where the point could be summed up in about 3 seconds or less?

When a Head Line travels across the palm on a steady course, then flips upward at the end, its owner may have an uncontrollable urge to get to the bottom line and speak his or her truth. It’s as if the pinkie finger is invisibly pulling the end of the Head Line upward.

Bottom Line Mind

This long Head Line indicates a super processor with the ability to dart to the bottom line at lightning speed. This person is aware of what is really going on behind the scenes.  She can condense a two-hour movie into two sentences. The author of the CliffsNotes who summarized the literary work of War and Peace probably had the Bottom Line Mind Head Line configuration. 

One owner of this line configuration told me, “It can be very painful to listen to someone drag out a story or an explanation when I already know where it’s going. I’ve learned how crucial it is to be patient and to bite my tongue so that others can finish speaking.”

It’s important for the person with this marking to find an approving audience for his agile, extra-aware, no-nonsense mind, otherwise he may be considered ruthless. When someone is wired for getting to the bottom line and telling it like it is spontaneously, he can appear quite insensitive. Friends and family may not have praised his urge to “get to the point” or his skill in doing so. The best remedy is for such a person is to have an outlet in which he can be fully engaged in truth-telling, while being in an arena where he is accepted and acknowledged for that skill.

Key Words: Alertness, shrewdness, astuteness, callousness

Bottom Line Mind Positive: Count on me for the truth without fluff.

Bottom Line Mind Negative: Without being tactful, my sharp, bottom line mind can alienate friends and family or, worse, I’ll stuff it all in self-condemnation.

Mantra: With grace and diplomacy I use my laser-sharp mind effectively in a setting where I am received.

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How to Identify Stress Indicators in the Hands

What if you knew the source of stress showing up in your life, why it shows up, and what you can do about it?

When a line, or several lines extend across the hand from the inside of the palm just below the start of the Life Line and just above the inset of the Thumb, you’ll find a stress indicator a.k.a. attack line. Severity of stress is determined by a higher quantity of lines, or how deeply they are chiseled.

The hand map below shows a variety of pathways the lines can take.

Figure 1: The colored lines map a variety of ways attack lines can appear.

The etching reflects a repeated pattern of disequilibrium in a particular area of life. These types of lines are common to see in hands. In fact, it is unusual not to find a few of these lines inscribed diagonally across the palm – even in children.

Effective ways to overcome the obstacles can be addressed after pinpointing the length and quality of the impression of the line. In essence, the line becomes a rock solid opportunity-indicator for harnessing the undeniable problematic energy it represents. Specifics about the area of stress are deciphered by detecting where the line(s) ends.

They have been called attack lines because they originate in the area of the palm called Mars. To better understand these stress indicators let’s consider the Roman mythological archetype, Mars. He is known as the god of war always wearing a shield of armor; built to do battle in an instant. When Mars has a particular cause he stands tall, can become aggressive and even rageful. Women like Joan of Arc and Wonder Woman personify this archetype, too.

For example, if you see an attack line stretching across your palm and it ends under your ring finger then you might feel a looming sense of fear of rejection related to something you have created or want to create.

For example, putting yourself out there to make a spaghetti dinner for visiting friends can make you a nervous wreck over the quantity of each ingredient to combine so that it looks and tastes just right. When this fear is present then the, “I’m just sure I’m going to be criticized” radar is triggered. Not receiving applause for the dinner can even feel like an attack. This in turn could launch an immediate defense such as, “I know, if I would have used farm raised ground beef instead, this would be much better.” Keep in mind; none of the guests have yet said a word about the spaghetti dinner!

In this example, the owner can feel an inherent disapproval of his or her individualistic nature. Here is a bellowing call for courage! With the attack line ending under the ring finger, there is a call to feel the fear of the tomato and make the spaghetti anyway. It’s helpful to consider the worst-case scenarios but not to dwell on them, but instead to give them airtime and turn the obstacle into an opportunity for growth. The most important point is to reject the tomato fear and find a way into to your heart-felt creations.

Lines of Courage is another phrase I use for attack lines because there is a call for a change to balance the disequilibrium and change frequently requires courage to do something differently. Courage lines present an opportunity to discover and understand the source of conflict so that it can be harnessed for building a better life. But that takes bravery. The example of making the spaghetti dinner and presenting it to the guests even with paralyzing fear of rejection, takes a heavy dose of daring to put ones self at stake.

By knowing more about the meaning associated with the various end points of the lines in the hands we better understand the warnings, the positive and negative possibilities, and precisely how to use the God-given-glyph to cultivate a plan for growth.

Attack Lines Key Words: Conflict, struggle, aggression, opportunity, courage, determination

Attack Lines Positive: I dare to cultivate courage and protection to grow in this area of life [based on where the line ends]

Attack Lines Negative: My defenses are triggered [in this particular area where the line ends on the palm] and I become aggressive (or passive aggressive) against others and myself.

Mantra: I observe stress and conflict in particular areas and I stand strong in my courage for what is important to me. I harness this energy effectively for the greatest good of all concerned.

Key word for attack line termination points and where opportunity in change is calling:

Middle finger/Saturn: Security

Ring finger/Apollo: Rejection

Pinkie/Mercury: Trust issues

Pluto: Anger

Moon: Isolation

Join Kay for her webinar-workshop teaching about Challenge Markings in the Hands and How to Create and Uplifting and Inspiring Message.

Our Visit to the Taj Mahal

One highlight of our trip to India was certainly the visit to the Taj Mahal. The (love) story behind it’s construction, the details in the carvings inset into the enormous structure, the types of colorful cut stones used throughout, and it’s extensive garden location on the Yamuna River are all part of the captivating experience. Below you’ll find a few photos taken during our visit in February 2016.

Getting from the taxi parking area to the Taj Mahal, in itself was a fascinating adventure because we road on a covered cart led by a camel. Sam and Kyle are sitting inside of the cart (below).

Camel Cart Ride to the Taj

 

Some how, a guide latched on to us, along with a photographer in the parking area and road with us on the camel cart. They both spoke English and were genuine in their connection with us, especially when Raymond needed to run back to the car to reclaim his wallet. I had opportunity to read the hands of our guide, the photographer and our camel cart driver. All were inspired with my interpretations of the line configurations in their Eastern hands.

I brought a copy of my book, intending to have a photo taken with me holding the book in the garden in front of the epic building.

Hand Reading Photographer at Taj

 

Kay reading Taj guides hands

 

Our guide handled the purchasing of our tickets into the property as well as hustling us through security. One glitch getting through security – snacks and my book! The snacks and my book were stuffed into and zipped up inside my purse. Both were promptly confiscated by security after the ex-ray machine revealed their identity. Our guide new how important it was to me to take my book inside. He told me to keep quite. He spoke in Hindi, making a hard negotiation for me to retain my book. Next thing I knew, after a 3rd security person had been engaged, our guide pushed the book back into my hands, told me to stuff it back in my purse and zip it up. “If you can get that purse zipped up, right now, you can keep your book with you throughout the tour.” He whispered, “They don’t want people to use the Taj as a promotional tool; taking photos with books or other articles. They are very strict about this rule.”

Okay, now that my book was smuggled inside the property, I schemed how to get the illegal photo taken. At just the right time, about 30 minutes into the tour, we looked around and observed that we were just far enough away from the security guards scattered throughout the grounds. Our guide said, “Now is the time, hurry!” I knew that meant, take your book out, lets get the photo, and return the book into your purse and keep it out of sight from then on!”

Mission accomplished! Here is the result of that instruction (photo below).

Your Life is in Your Hands at Taj Mahal India

 

Below are a few more photos taken during our tour of the Taj Mahal.

Inside entry to Taj

I am in the several hundred-year-old Mosque below, neighboring the Taj Mahal, that is still attended every Sunday.

Kay inside the Mosque looking out

Inside the Mosque there is room for nine (9) women to pray on Sundays. We were there on a Monday otherwise, I probably wouldn’t have been permitted in. I took a moment to bow in prayer (above) and was immediately absorbed into an indescribable presence. The moment will be unforgettable.

Taj Mahal Feb 2016 for the PDF version including all photos

AAHA WWRC 2016 Call #1

Greetings Hand Analysts in the 2016 Worldwide Resource Center. Below are the handprints to be reviewed and discussed on January 27, 2016.  You may want to take a moment to print them out and look them over. To best prepare for this time together (live or via the recording) let your eye get familiar with the unusual and unique terrain on each handprint. These prints will be discussed in the order they appear below starting with print number WWRC_Jan_01 through WWRC_Jan_10.

 

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Consultation

Couples ReadingHave you ever wondered about the lines in your hands and how they can be scientifically read as a map to navigate into your best self? Haven’t you once said, “I wish I had instructions how to live the most fulfilling life possible?” Well you do have instructions and I’m here to interpret them for the unique you who you are!

About your consultation:

The unique patterns on your fingertips will be decoded to reveal a wealth of information about you. As the Hand Analyst, I read your fingerprints besides the palm (lines, shape and gift markings). This non-predictive hand analysis system is used to reveal your life path, life lessons and life purpose. Antidotes are provided to help you integrate your life lesson and your life purpose for optimum living. What could be more important than knowing your life purpose and how to live on purpose? 

The patterns on your fingertips were imprinted when you were in the womb, five months prior to birth. Your fingerprints never change throughout your life. They identify the unique you from everyone else. Unlike the finger tip patterns, the rest of your hand does change. The lines, shape, size, color, flexibility and other markings are likely to change over time.

Your life purpose is constantly calling out for your attention so that you can live the life you were meant to live. Gift markings appear and disappear overtime which when learned about provide insight for you. Sometimes we listen to the messages and pay attention and sometimes we don’t. When living on purpose ‘it all’ makes sense, there is meaning to life and life is full!

Your life lesson is your least evolved skill. It’s your blind spot. When you’re told about it you may say “Can I trade that one in?” But what a blessing they are when clarified, played with and mastered. Our lessons are required to fulfill our life purpose. Lessons are just like the dirt/soil which nourishes and supports the most beautiful flower — the purpose. As we tend to our lessons our purpose moves into full bloom.  This is your Sacred Work!

The secret is to identify and embrace your lessons on a regular basis, to advance your skills and therefore create a more meaningful life. This is your opportunity to identify and capture tools to accelerate your learning at Life-University. My goal is to facilitate you expanding your consciousness, finding greater perspective and seeing more clearly!

Invest in yourself live into your advanced soul curriculum. Chart your own course by using the life-fulfillment-formula revealed through your hands and fingerprints. You have nothing to lose and so much to gain! Your life is literally in your hands.

Benefits

– Love style awareness and relationship compatibility with mate, sibling, child or co-worker

– Vocational indicators and suggested career direction

– Life purpose clarity and specific steps to take to live on purpose (warning, this involves diving into potential weaknesses and harnessing the colossal energy within)

 

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I have never had a palm reading before and I was amazed away by the accuracy. I liked the openness that was created through the atmosphere of conversation – Josh 

I so love your energy and true spirit and your knowledge and your delivery in imparting that knowledge with wisdom and light. – Annette

 I found the life lesson to be particularly interesting and have begun practicing it with good results so far. – Gerald

What I liked most was your positive presentation and professionalism. Your presence is very inspirational.” – Linda

You are magnificent at what you do.  – Larry

I appreciate clear life purpose and life lessons and the remedial measures and suggestions on how to heal different situations that were hampering my full potential. – Ananda

What I liked most is the idea that the print is a sort of blue print for one’s life. I enjoyed the information you gave me and the way you presented it. – Adrienne

I just wanted to take a moment to thank you for the reading that you did yesterday. I was walking on air the rest of the day and I’m not sure why or exactly what you said that touched me so deeply. Wait a minute I just realized what it was. You gave me a voice. Thank you! – Melissa

For me, of course, the most fun was to do it together with the kids – getting to know them on a different level. Tomorrow, on my way to Bakersfield, I’m going to listen to all 3 tapes. – Joyce

I think Kay truly has a unique gift, and it’s exciting that she can share this with others. Every time I am with her, I walk away feeling ‘good about myself’. Through hand analysis she has a way of making you see all that is inside and “smile”. – Teddi Sue

I really appreciate your encouragement. You have a way of cutting through the muck and saying things that I needed to hear in a way that I have not yet heard, but needed to.  Thanks! – Kristy

Kay is extraordinarily sensitive and incredibly insightful. Her analysis of my hands was so on target! – Barb

You completely nailed me when you did the reading. I have listened to the CD several times. Some of your observations have never before seen the light of day. – Don

What I have been thinking about the most is how I can fulfill my destiny and keep on path with the lessons and also how so much of what you told me makes complete sense. Since getting clean and sober I have made a commitment to be the best me I can be. But it is difficult when you are unsure of the lesson(s) that you need to learn. I feel like your reading gave me some much needed tools and also answered some questions about my being able to venture off into other ambitions. Thanks for opening my eyes. – Cindy

I just wanted to drop you a note to thank you again for analyzing my hands today. Your insights meant so much to me and I truly value what I learned from you during our time together. It was an experience I will never forget- there is no other way you could have known those specifics about me and I have gained both a respect for your art form and a new confidence to proceed with in my life. Thank you so much! Warmly, Julie F.

 

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Instructions and a kit to print your hands will be mailed to you. Readings are done over the phone using the handprints you provide.  

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Interview with Beth Ronsick

Beth Ronsick
Beth Ronsick, IIHA CHA

It is a pleasure to introduce you to Beth Ronsick. Beth completed her interview with me just after attending her third Vipassana meditation retreat. Beth is a Certified Hand Analyst, Transition Coach, Trainer and Facilitator.  She helps senior executives and leadership teams take their leadership skills and career satisfaction to the next level. Beth lives in Denver, Colorado.

When and how did you start reading hands?

I had my hands read in NYC in 2000 by Baeth Davis and was impressed by the depth and resonance of the info that was shared. I went on with my life, but every so often, would listen to the recording and loved that I would hear something different each time. They were still the same archetypes, but as I changed, my insight into the archetypes kept unfolding on ever more subtle levels. In 2005, I decided to take her weekend workshop on the basics of fingerprint identification. I did it out of curiosity, and didn’t really think much about making it a business. I just kept wanting to learn more until one day I was certified! I also did coaching certification in that same year and started to see how helpful hand analysis could be as a tool to coaching clients. Over the years, it has become one of the three favorite tools in my coach’s toolbox.

Are you specializing in any particular area of hand analysis? If so, what is it?

I work with senior executives who are trying to figure out the next chapter of career—what they want, and how to reinvent for success. I also work with leadership teams who want to know their group Purpose and Lesson and to do team building based on this knowledge.

What is most meaningful to you about reading hands?

Because the fingerprint chart is innate, there’s a deep level of self-acceptance available to a client through a reading. You already ARE your Purpose. It’s not about being something else, it’s about accepting what flows through you when you get out of your way. And because Purpose and Lesson are intertwined, when your Lesson arises, it’s exactly what is supposed to be happening. I find that clients walk away with a genuine level of self-validation, and a clearer capacity to make choices for themselves. This to me is an extraordinary gift. (And so humbling.)

Has your life lesson ever shown up during a reading?  If so, how and what did you learn from that experience?

More generally speaking, I had to learn to find a way to market hand analysis that lovingly worked with my Lesson. Upon certification, I was encouraged to do as many free mini-readings as possible, and yet, these rarely generated business.  After each party, event, etc. that I did, I felt physically depleted and emotionally down on myself for not getting business.  I realized that my Lesson (trusting my value in relationship) was there front and center: When I give it away for free, I attract people who only want what’s free. And being in the School of Service, it started to feel like service to the point of sacrifice.  When I hold the monetary value of what I offer (the inverse of my Lesson) and invoke my Purpose by finding innovative ways to mentor, I easily attract clients who are willing to pay for private consultations. For me, that has meant speaking engagements and 1-hour public workshops where I can teach a simple aspect of the hands and then make an offer. This allows me to still serve in a creative way, but not at the expense of my livelihood or self-esteem.

How do you apply your life purpose and your life lesson, in other words, how do you see them work together?

So much of my Lesson is about asking for what I want and need in regard to the Saturnian aspects of life: To ask for a fair fee for my services. To trust that what I offer is of value. To make time and space for inner work and for nurturing my self and my spiritual life. If I neglect these things, the results I get are diminished, and my creative focus gets scattered. My Purpose is like a river of continuously flowing creativity and mentorship. And my Lesson is like the army corps of engineers coming in to build the structure that allows me to channel my Purpose constructively.

What are your fingerprint patterns?

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 Do you have a bad experience you can share to help others avoid a similar situation?

I once had a client with a Lesson of “violation” who got so angry when we started the session, I had to ask her to leave. Her Lesson got triggered within the first five minutes, while I was sharing what we would cover in the reading. She got agitated and started to make aggressive demands about what my role should be in the session and what information I should give her because she was desperate to change. While I gently suggested that the behavior she was demonstrating in the moment was what was blocking her—and that this was exactly what we could start unlocking—her reactivity was so high, she could not focus, and she started to become verbally abusive. It was fascinating. And gut-wrenching to see her suffer. And of course, it was rattling to be on the receiving end of her rage. What I learned and would pass on is that it’s important to let go of whether or not the reading plays out the way you envision it, and that you are not responsible for how someone responds to the information in their hands. Trust that you can still be a part of that person’s healing journey by being compassionate with them, while remaining true to yourself. (In this case, that meant being clear with her about my own boundaries for what I will and won’t tolerate from a client, which demonstrated the opposite of her Lesson of “violation”).

What advice would you give to new students of Hand Analysis?

Read as many hands as you can! And don’t be afraid to dialogue with your clients. Ask to hear their stories of how their Purpose, Lesson and School show up in their lives. I continue to learn so much by hearing how these innate patterns and archetypes play out in the day-to-day flow of a client’s life—it gives insight into another’s experience; it enables compassion for another’s struggles; and it builds a body of knowledge to draw upon, as you’ll start to see patterns emerge when you read for people whose hands are similar.

What intentions do you have for your Hand Analysis practice during the next six months?

I hope to spend some time thinking through how to make a more cohesive business offering for the corporate world. I have had some great experiences with corporate team workshops and am ready to pull that experience together into a more packaged, benefit-led program.

Email Beth at beth@bethronsick.com  and visit www.bethronsick.com

Hand Analysis Can Prove Insightful

Below is an article written by Catherine Doe, reporter with the Valley Voice newspaper serving Tulare and Kings Counties in Central California. It was printed November 21, 2013.

Hand Analysis Can Prove Insightful

by Catherine Doe

We are each a soul living a human experience. Did you ever wonder what your soul’s agenda is? All you have to do is look at your hands. Or have Kay Packard, founder of the American Academy of Hand Analysis, read your hands for you.

When Kay was 38, she woke up one day and asked herself, “Why am I here? Because this can’t be it.” It took five more years of searching, but after some friends encouraged her to get her hands read it changed her life.

“I was just blown away by what the hand reader told me about myself,” she recalled. “I couldn’t even articulate it.”  She eventually quit her high-paying job as a project manager for Boeing and became a fulltime hand reader. “I’m not in it to make a million but it is very fulfilling. There is nothing else I want to do in my life, especially those times when someone learns something new about themselves.”

Our daughter, Mercedes, a freshman at Exeter High School, was eager to get her hands read, so I drove her up to Kay’s Three Rivers studio to discover her life’s purpose.

 Kay Packard printing Mercedes hands

Kay Packard studies the handprint of Mercedes Oldenbourg (above)

Kay starts by taking prints of both hands. Because we live in a right-handed world, even lefties use their right hand most often. Only one percent will predominately use their left hand and Kay can tell because the left print will come out stronger. The right hand represents the person in the outside world and the left hand represents how they are at home.

Her analysis is based on both the physical hands and the small details that can be better seen on the prints. Living in Three Rivers could limit her clientele, but Kay does about ninety percent of her readings by long distance, either over the phone, Skype or on the computer. She sends the client a print kit, which is returned with their payment. Kay has thousands of prints and keeps an archive in case the client wants her to do a follow-up reading and compare any changes that might have happened in the hand’s lines.

Kay starts the reading by examining her client’s fingerprints. “I look at the finger tips to see what the soul’s agenda is,” said Kay.

Your fingerprints were formed when you were in the womb five months before birth and are unalterable from that point forward. She can’t tell you when you will get married or how many babies you will have, but your fingertips can tell you what your soul wants to experience. She will be able to see what life’s lessons will come your way and what challenges you will face. Coming to an understanding that struggles are really life lessons is what makes a hand analysis such a transformative experience. A client’s view can fundamentally change from negative feelings of sorrow and anger, to feelings of gratitude for their struggles.

“Those struggles will ultimately strengthen your soul’s purpose,” said Kay.

The lines on your hand, such as the heart, life and head line, and any markings that stand out like whorls, dots or stars, can reveal some of your talents, gifts and strengths. Your palm also reveals some of the challenges you are facing in life.

After letting her eye wander over Mercedes’ hand, like looking through a forest and seeing what pops out, Kay revealed that Mercedes’ life purpose was to be a teacher. This does not necessarily mean a teacher in the traditional sense but could mean being a mentor or guide or example.

“She is the go-to girl for information,” Kay explained.

Service apparently is Mercedes’ life path, and when she teaches in the line it is going to bring her great satisfaction. Mercedes will pursue three avenues of service: one to herself, a second to her family, friends and community and a third to make the planet a better place. One of her biggest life challenges will be to keep these three areas of service in balance and not lose herself in the process.

One of Mercedes’ biggest life challenges will be engaging in power struggles. People will try and have authority over her, or will be telling her what to do and when. She will have to learn to stand her ground and and decide for herself when, and how, she is going to be of service.

“By default, your little soul is a helper: reliable, dependable and capable of doing a great job,” said Kay.

Another challenge for Mercedes will be to figure out when to jump into a relationship or when to stay back. She is also a healer, which ties into her teacher role, in the sense she has the capability to listen and give people good advice – leading them to be able to heal themselves.

The heart line, the first major line on your palm, reveals how you relate to people and how you like to be treated. Mercedes had a hermit heart line, which means she needs to have her own space, her own sanctuary. She needs to take her time to decide how she feels and needs to be alone with her thoughts. Surprises aren’t her thing and loyalty is important to her. She won’t have a large group of friends but a few good friends.

The middle line on your palm is the head line, which represents your mental system. Mercedes head line indicates that she is very creative and more emotional, which is in conflict with her hermit line. Kay advised journaling to relieve this conflict between the two.

The life line is the last of the three dominate lines on your palm. It does not indicate how long you will live but how vital your energy system is. A long clear life line means that you have good health and bounce back quickly if you get sick.

Other prominent features on Mercedes’ hands were her girdles of Venus, the star of Apollo, and a peacock on her index finger, which meant she was sort of a maverick. Kay also looks at each finger and the shape of your hand. The dominant finger is the straightest and most prominent. The shape of the hand can be determined by taking off the thumb and determining if you have a square, pear or other shaped hand.

Kay was emphatic when she said that anyone can learn to do hand analysis. It does take some intuition, but intuition develops by default after doing readings for awhile. Everything is a vibration, and hands are a vibrational imprint, so “I’m not only looking at your hands but I am feeling them also.” This intuition can develop by itself, but Kay’s graduate program at the University of Santa Monica had techniques that helped her tap into her inner voice.

Kay just finished writing her first book, Your Life is in Your Hands and is currently looking for a publisher. In it she reproduces fifty handprints so that readers can pick out markings similar to theirs and do their own mini-reading.

Whether teaching hand analysis through her book or trainings, Kay wants people to live a more profound and meaningful life. As she sees it, “the soul-print for anyone’s life is locked in the skin carvings on the hands and most importantly the fingerprint patterns.  How amazing is that?”

 

Kay Packard, M.A. is the Founder and Director of the American Academy of Hand Analysis.

Visit www.academyofhandanalysis.org or email kay@handfactor.com, call: 559 561-4490, 559 302-7161

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