Free Mastermind October, 2016

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The handprints below will be analyzed and discussed during the AAHA Free Hand Factor Mastermind Webinar on Wed. Oct. 12th, 2016. Feel free to print the handprints and make notes as the prints are discussed. Your questions will be welcome in the chat feature during the live webinar. If you would like to be added to the Free Mastermind subscription simply email packard.kay@gmail.com with, “Yes, add me to your MM.” You will receive an invitation to submit handprints, join upcoming calls, and receive the recording after the call.  Hope to see you soon!

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Five Additional Variables for Vocational Hand Analysis – Part III

Five additional variables to look for in the hands when doing a vocational analysis are:

1. The Finger Zones are essential features because the size, length, width and girth give a striking clue as to additional emphasis regarding the owner’s ideal niche. Typically, one of the 12 finger zones, or sections, is most eye-catching. The most noticeable finger section directs me to inquire with the owner about his or her skill or desire in the related area. Below are high-level descriptions related to each of the finger zones.

Index/Jupiter Middle/Saturn Ring/Apollo Pinkie/Mercury
Upper Zone Visionary Wisdom Studies Mental arts Brainstorming
Middle Zone Ambition Security Design Negotiations
Lower Zone Territory Foundations Display Sex energy

As you know, desires are not always pursued for a variety of reasons. And skills are not always developed. However, the most-visible zone must be considered if the owner wishes to find fulfillment.

2.  Thumbs are one of the most important considerations when determining if working for others or the self would be favorable. As an example, Oprah’s thumbs span widely from her palm. This large area between her hand and the tip of her thumb shows desire for a wide range of influence. The wider the angle between hand and thumb tip, the bigger the territory the owner must have to manage. Likewise, the closer the thumb rests to the hand, the less responsibilities he or she wishes to administer. He or she would do better, and most likely prefer, to be employed for someone else, leaving work at the same time each day.

3.  The length and quality of the Fate Line (vertical line climbing from the bottom of the hand up toward the middle finger) reveals drive toward values, which in turn equate to money. A long, noticeable vertical line rising toward the middle finger shows a person with their foot on the gas and hands on the steering wheel with a clear plan, direction and determination.

4.  The Life Line shows the level of vitality available to the owner. Deep, long and curving Life Lines indicate stamina, recuperation skills and physical balance. Life Lines that are short or frayed show a scattering of energy; the anchor typically keeping a buoyant ship in place is untethered.

5.  A variety of other markings in the hands would also be considered. There are too many to mention here.

Keep in mind, no one indicator in the hand will uncover the vocational solution. The ingredients must be artistically combined to expose the inner masterpiece waiting to shine.

To summarize, the first component in the hand to assess for vocational selection is the hand. So far we considered the following variables (shape, lines and markings):

– Hand Shape archetype

– Dominant finger

– Strongest Mount

– Heart Lines

– Gift Markings

– Finger Zones

– Thumbs

– Fate Lines

– Life Lines

– Other Markings

In Part IV we’ll consider the soul’s curriculum encoded in the fingerprints

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Kay Packard
Author

After traveling to India in May 2010, where Kay was deeply inspired, she founded the American Academy of Hand Analysis (AAHA). She has been practicing hand analysis since 2003 and teaching workshops and classes since 2005 . Her life’s work for more than two decades has been devoted to studying, practicing and inspiring exploration, deep discovery and prosperity. She is the author of Your Life Is In Your Hands; Practical Palm Reading for Purposeful Living.

AAHA Feb 2015 Mastermind

American Academy of Hand Analysis Feb Mastermind - FreeGreetings Friends! Welcome back to the free Hand Factor Mastermind tele-calls. Below are the handprints Kay will discuss on Thursday, February 12, 2015 – 4pm-5:15pm Pacific Time. Submitters and participants are welcome to ask questions during the call. If you would like to join us you are welcome to send an email to packard.kay@gmail.com with, “Yes, add me to your mm.” Invitations for handprints and the upcoming calls are sent to the subscribers of the Hand Factor Free Mastermind calls.

 

 

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Relationship symbols, stories and strategies, Part II

The Heart Line – Relationship symbols, stories and strategies Part II

by Kay Packard 

“The only lasting beauty is the beauty of the heart.” Rumi

A relationship works best when you attend to the beauty of the relationship. You can deepen your understanding of your own and someone else’s essential love style by deciphering one line in the hand—the Heart Line. In Part I of The Heart Line, I covered the Hermit Heart Line. Today, lets identify the Passionate and the Big Heart Heart Lines and understand the non-negotiable needs they reveal in relationship.

Four Steps to Analyzing the Heart Line

Step 1. Locate the Heart Line carved in your hands.

Step 2. Starting on the outside edge of the palm, follow the line and note in which section of the imaginary quadrant your Heart Line ends.

Step 3. Read the associated descriptions.

Heart Line Styles

Identification: The Heart Line starts on the outer edge of the palm under the pinkie finger and runs horizontally across the palm. The line may be straight or curved and long or short. It usually ends somewhere beneath the middle or index finger. Any Heart Line style is possible on a hand. You may also find a different Heart Line on each hand.

Heart Line Shapes

The shape of the Heart Line indicates preferred characteristics when relating to others and corresponds to sections in an imaginary quadrant, as we will see in Fig. 1. Curvy lines belong to expressive people who typically show their feelings easily. The Big Heart and the Passionate types have curvy lines. They exhibit their feelings more than those with flat or straight Heart Lines. Straight lines belong to people who are more reserved. They present their feelings reluctantly. The Hermit and the Rational Romantic types have flat Heart Lines. They are less likely to display their emotions outwardly.

The Heart Line Quadrant

As illustrated in Part I, the imaginary quadrant has four sections (see fig. 1 below). To position the quadrant, on one hand at a time, draw an imaginary line straight down between the index and middle finger. Next draw an imaginary horizontal line across the vertical line about half an inch from base of fingers. Now, determine which section your Heart Line ends. 

AAHA Heart Line Types

 Fig. 1 Assigned names depending on section of the quadrant where the Heart Line terminates

Names are assigned to the Heart Line type depending on which section the Heart Line ends. Look to see in which section of the quadrant your Heart Line ends on both hands.

The Passionate

Passionate Heart

 Fig. 2 The Passionate Heart

The Passionate Heart Line curves up toward the middle finger (Fig. 2). It touches the top of the palm and ends in the upper right section of the quadrant under the middle finger. The dotted arrow shows a piece of the Heart Line but it is not considered when determining the termination point of this Heart Line.

If you are the Passionate Heart, you are likely enthusiastic, expressive and even flirtatious. You have the charisma to be the life of the party. Your natural design is like the campfire, attracting people to warmth. It’s crucial for you to express your wants, even when others might not seem to appreciate your directness. You tend to be happiest, when you do expose your desires. Your biggest challenge is being stuck with people you consider boring. You can be so intense that when you feel something passionately, it shows. A word of caution though—that little campfire can turn into a forest fire if its not contained. I remind the Passionate Heart to display his or her wildest passions and be considerate of the needs of others. At your best you bring an excitement and charisma to the scene. Your challenge is to remember the emotional needs of others.

Affirm: I am claiming my desires and expressing my passion with grace and consideration.

The Big Heart 

Big Heart Line

 Fig. 3 The Big Heart section of the quadrant

 The Big Heart curves up toward the index finger. It touches the top of the palm and ends in the upper section of the quadrant under the index finger or closer to the index finger than the middle finger (In Fig. 2 see the arrow between the index and middle fingers).

If you are the Big Heart, you feel emotions keenly and are warmhearted, caring and nurturing of others. You like connecting with other people and animals. Your favorite song might be All You Need is Love by the Beatles. My friend Kit calls the owner of this line “The Sweet Heart.” Your natural design is like a water droplet that joins the pool at the base of a waterfall. Seeing others bond during a special gathering warms your heart. Your feelings are hurt if people suddenly disconnect with you or you witness detachment and conflict between loved ones. Your biggest challenge is to nurture yourself along with others and not fall victim to emotional sell-out. If, in your view, someone disconnects from you abruptly, you might take it personally and become overly critical of yourself, blaming yourself (or another) for the separation. I remind the Big Heart to look at the truth of the change or separation in the relationship to help you accept yourself and all your feelings in all stages of the relationship. At your best you help people feel loved and cared for while also spending some time alone nurturing yourself. On a bad day, you can easily lose yourself in the drama of others and feel like a victim.

Affirm: I am the love I seek and long to embody.

No Heart Line is better than another. What’s important is to register and claim your natural love style. I’ve seen troubles brew when someone thinks he or she should behave like a snail when really he or she is a gazelle.

Watch for Part III coming next – The Rational Romantic and a few other variations.

Click to open Heart Line Part II PDF – then hit your ‘back’ key to return here.

Kay Packard
Kay Packard

This article is an excerpt from Kay’s upcoming book called, “Your Life is in Your Hands.” When sharing, please include the entire article, with author information. Kay is a Master Hand Analyst and holds a Master of Arts degree in Spiritual Psychology. She teaches people the art and science of Hand Analysis through the American Academy of Hand Analysis. Visit AcademyofHandAnalysis.org

A special thanks to the following for reading sections of my manuscript and offering suggestions and edits: Angela Renkoski, Anne Bunnell, Linda Salazar, Debe’ Wenig and Pam Lockhart. I also thank Lindsay Morlock and Chrisstine Gulrajani for ideas on titles. Teachers Richard Unger, Vernon Mahabal and Pamelah Landers are also to be thanked for their research and sharing!

The Protected Heart

Jailed Heart Illustration The Protected Heart

 By Kay Packard

Many of us have learned to protect our hearts from hurt. There is one particular configuration of the Heart Line that illustrates a serious protector of the heart. I’d like to share another excerpt from my upcoming book, Your Life is in Your Hands, in the spirit of deep inner awareness and personal empowerment.

Sometimes you’ll find extra lines running in parallel along the main Heart Line. See Fig. 1, below, with the arrow pointing to the formation on the Heart Line. Additional horizontal lines, bordering the Heart Line show a determination to protect the heart, like an invisible suit of armor. If you see this configuration in either or both of your hands, you have a deep-seated need to keep your heart safe from being hurt. You may find yourself preserving the silent belief that potential pain is to be avoided at all cost. Extra parallel lines act as a shield and represent available and dependable reinforcement. 

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Fig. 1 Heart Line Armor

If you don’t own this design, but wish to better understand a friend who does, imagine a time in your life when your heart was shattered. Can you imagine being at the altar preparing to be married to the love of your life and your fiancé doesn’t show up? Maybe your father gave more attention to his new wife (your step-mother) than to you, at a time you really needed it? Perhaps you had a puppy that was tragically run over by the garbage truck at five years old, like mine was. I don’t have this configuration, but I certainly understand the depth of that painful loss.

Where you find this configuration (Fig. 1) you’ll find that the pain-memory in the heart is so deep and the emotional loss so unbearable that a bulletproof vest is created around the heart to prevent that kind of blindsiding pain, again. Opening the heart takes tremendous courage and trust that recovery is possible, if hurt – again. The downside of this marking is many missed opportunities for deeper love, as life continues.  It doesn’t mean the owner won’t or doesn’t love, but the fear of hurt can get in the way of more fulfilling love. The upside possibility is that the owner recognizes his or her internal barrier and comes into realization that she IS SAFE to move into love at her own pace.

If you, or someone you know, wear emotional armor, I suggest this positive affirmation: With conscious intention and courage, in full balance, I am appropriately opening to deeper levels of love. Even though it’s scary, the truth is, I am safe to love.

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  Heart Line Protection pdf

Kay Packard
Kay Packard

This article is an excerpt from Kay’s upcoming book called, Your Life is in Your Hands. When sharing, please include the entire article, with author information. Kay holds a Master of Arts degree in Spiritual Psychology and teaches people the art and science of Hand Analysis through the American Academy of Hand Analysis. Visit www.AcademyofHandAnalysis.org

Relationship symbols, stories and strategies Part I

Relationship symbols, stories and strategies – Part I

How to successfully navigate your relationship roadmap

It is for love that the whole universe sprang into existence and it is for the sake of love that it is kept going. Meher Baba Discourses Vol. I

You can deepen your understanding of your own and someone else’s essential love style by reading one line in the hand—the Heart Line. Relationships consume the majority of our waking life, and we have hundreds of opportunities every day to connect with other people. We relate with our mates, children, parents, grandparents, siblings, co-workers, subordinates, bosses, business partners, and more. Our best relationship starts with ourselves. The little knowledge you glean from this etching can pick up, perk up and improve your daily interactions. You can think of it as your relationship roadmap.

When you know more about your love style, you can better clarify and ask for what you would like to have in your relationship. Then you’re more likely to get your needs met. And when you nurture yourself, and your needs are met, you can connect with others more deeply and completely. When you connect more deeply and completely, you can appreciate others in a more loving and compassionate way.

Let’s take a quick look at the four basic, easy-to-read Heart Line types: The Passionate, Big Heart, Hermit and Rational Romantic. Each illustrates a style of emotional behavior that is typically displayed to others. How you like to be treated in relationship and how you like to treat others can be read in the Heart Line.

Four Steps to Analyzing the Heart Line

Step 1. Locate the Heart Line carved in your hands.

Step 2. Starting on the outside edge of the palm, follow the line and note in which section of the imaginary quadrant your Heart Line ends.

Step 3. Read the associated descriptions, including both upside and downside possibilities.

Heart Line Styles

Identification: The Heart Line starts on the outer edge of the palm under the pinkie finger and runs horizontally across the hand. The line may be straight or curved and long or short. It usually ends somewhere beneath the middle or index finger. Any Heart Line style is possible on a hand. You may also find a different Heart Line on each hand. The type of Heart Line is independent of culture, gender or sexual preference.

The description of your style in relationship is determined by the termination point(s) of your Heart Line. When looking at the map of your Heart Line you want to find where the widest part of the river ends. Sometimes the line will thin out, near the end, like a river turning into a stream. To be most precise with your reading, find where the thickest part of the Heart Line ends.

You will want to employ this method on both your right and left hand. Empirical evidence shows that the Heart Line on the right hand demonstrates the emotional characteristics displayed to the world and the left hand most often shows the traits used at home and in the inner, more intimate world.

The Heart Line Quadrant

AAHA Heart Line Quadrant Diagram

Fig. 1 The Sections of the Heart Line Quadrant

The imaginary quadrant has four sections under the middle and index fingers. See figure 1 to position the quadrant, on one hand at a time. First draw an imaginary line straight down between the index and middle finger. Decide if the Heart Line ends on the index or the middle finger side of the vertical line. Next draw an imaginary horizontal line across the vertical line about half an inch from base of fingers. Now, determine if your Heart Line ends above or below that imaginary horizontal line. Then look to see in which section of the quadrant your Heart Line terminates on both hands.

AAHA Heart Line Types

Fig. 2 Names Assigned depending on Termination Point of the Heart Line

 Names are assigned to the Heart Line type depending on which quadrant the Heart Line ends. These names are assigned to illustrate emotional behaviors found in owners of these lines. As an example, the Heart Line in figure. 1 is short, flat and ending below the middle finger in the lower left section of the quadrant. This Heart Line is considered the Hermit Heart.

Are you a Hermit? Let’s explore one of the four main Heart Line types; the Hermit.

The Hermit

Hermit Heart Line

Fig. 3 The Hermit Heart Line

 The short and straight Heart Line belongs to the Hermit. It ends below the middle finger (lower horizontal arrow in Fig. 3) in the lower right section of the quadrant. (The upper arrow is pointing to another line that looks like it could be a Heart Line but it is not; these lines are not connected.)

If you are the Hermit, you are the lone settler. This doesn’t mean you will be alone or want to go through life solo. It does mean you require sanctuary time. The Hermit certainly has emotions, but you display them less than those with curvy Heart Lines. You need time to marinate in your feelings before responding. You like loyal, solid and dependable relationships where you have a strong sense of freedom – in fact, freedom is non-negotiable to you. Your nature is to be productive and grounded. Privacy, security and work are high priorities. You show your love by doing for others. You might not ask others “How are you feeling?” because you believe actions speak louder than words. You simply witness how people are doing without becoming entangled in uncomfortable emotional scenarios. When faced with uncomfortable displays of emotion you’d like to slither away and withdraw. Your biggest challenge is to tune into your heart and communicate your feelings at the appropriate time of your own volition.

At your best, you are dedicated to projects and loyal to very few people and to your pets.

Affirmation: I am keeping my heart open to mysterious feelings and practicing the art of communication in my relationships.

 

Stay tuned for the next Heart Line types, including The Passionate!  Ohh, la la.

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Kay Packard
Kay Packard

This article is an excerpt from Kay’s upcoming book called, “Your Life is in Your Hands.” When sharing, please include the entire article, with author information. Kay holds a Master of Arts degree in Spiritual Psychology and teaches people the art and science of Hand Analysis through the American Academy of Hand Analysis. Visit AcademyofHandAnalysis.org

Look for publication in the Valley Voice newspaper on February 20, 2014.

 A special thanks to the following for reading this section of my manuscript and offering suggestions and edits: Angela Renkoski, Anne Bunnell, Linda Salazar, Debe’ Wenig and Pam Lockhart. I also thank Lindsay Morlock and Chrisstine Gulrajani for ideas on titles. Thanks also to Richard Unger for his extensive research and teaching about Heart Lines, along with Vernon Mahabal and Pamelah Landers.

 

 

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

Click here to open and print PDF version Hand Analysis Can Prove Insightful. To return to this page, hit the back button after opening the PDF document.

 

Into the Light ~ Interview with Anne Bunnell

Anne Bunnell
Anne Bunnell, CHA and Associate Faculty

Anne Bunnell is an Associate Faculty of the AAHA. She became a Certified Hand Analyst in 2005 through the International Institute of Hand Analysis (IIHA) with Teacher Alana Unger. Anne lives in Petaluma, California.

When and how did you start reading hands?

I decided to study hand analysis in 2004 after experiencing some unexplainable anger issues that had arisen in my life that I couldn’t find the cause of.  After doing some deep work with Alana Unger, it became very clear that it was my Life Purpose screaming for expression that was the source of my angst and anger.  Hand Analysis was my instrument of choice to “get the music out”.

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

Gift markings and heart lines fascinate me.  I find great fun and joy in sharing this information with my client and hearing their stories of how they experience these lines and markings in their own hands.

What is most meaningful to you about reading hands?

I love the sacred trust that happens when someone opens their hands to be read, trusting that they are safe and there is no judgment.  I also am grateful for the opportunity to validate and celebrate who they are with no judgment.

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

My Life lesson pays me a visit before every reading, without fail.  It shows up as the left Saturn voice in my head (“surely I don’t know enough yet”).  I have learned to quickly recognize it for what it is and just jump into the reading whole-heartedly anyway, allowing it to unfold.

What really cracks me up is that sometimes, if I have the same life lesson as my client, I struggle to explain about that particular part of their life lesson and sometimes I have even drawn a blank.  So I usually just laugh, fess up, move on and circle back around to it.

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

The awareness of my life lesson (blind spot) and understanding how it shows up in my life has helped me to more quickly recognize my internal resistance for what it truly is.  I can usually challenge and move through the fear and judgment by going ahead anyway, just taking small steps forward, one at a time.  I have learned that if and when I choose to consciously challenge the belief around my life lesson, some pretty terrific things unfold.

What are your fingerprint patterns? (replace contents below with yours in the fingerprint chart)

Whorl Composite Whorl Whorl Whorl Loop Moon Whorl
Composite Whorl Composite Whorl Loop Whorl Loop  

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

When I was a student in the IIHA year long program, I did a reading with a woman who was very guarded and had extremely dry hands.  I was having trouble seeing her fingerprints so she applied some lotion that she had to see if that would help.  It did make it easier to see her prints but the lotion was so fragrant that it made me sick to my stomach.  Then, when it came to sharing the information about her life lesson (left Jupiter), she immediately rejected what I had to say and refused to even consider the possibility that this could be her blind spot.  Needless to say I was a bit unnerved and one of us abruptly ended the reading right then and there.  (Actually I think it was my left Saturn life lesson that ended the reading).  Anyway, I learned a few things from that experience:

  1. I was still VERY new at reading hands and took her response as if I had said something wrong (my LL).   The more vocabulary you can gather and use to explain about LP and LL the better.  Ask other hand analysts what words and ideas they use in their readings.
  2. I always carry UNSCENTED lotion in my supplies, just in case.

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

My advice to budding Hand Analysts:

  1. Be easy on yourself.  You know more than you think you do.
  2. When you feel overwhelmed…breathe.
  3. Keep an open mind and heart so that you can see what you are learning from the reading as well as your client.
  4. Work on not being attached to the outcome of a reading, you are simply the messenger.
  5. Learn what you can from other Hand Analysts, there is an unending wealth of knowledge in this very supportive community, but please try really hard NOT to compare yourself to other readers.  You will develop your own unique style that brings your gifts and talents to this amazing practice.
  6. Trust the process, there is always a bigger picture at play.

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

Separating my practice into the different layers, my intentions for the next six months are to continue with my individual hand readings, develop a new website on squarespace.com (which is very user friendly so I am attempting it myself) and continue to participate in the wonderful classes offered through the AAHA and Earth School.

What is the best way to contact you? 

Please contact me at : dowhatyoulove.ab@gmail.com.

What is your web site address?  www.handrev.com

 

Hand Analysis of The Passionate Explorer

Below are two markings in the palm of the hand to give me a clue that this 15-year-old is on a passionate exploration at Life U.   

What I explained to her:

The purple line running across your palm at the top of the hand is your heart line.  This type of line is called the Passionate heart line.  This tells me that you like excitement and despise boredom. You can express your emotions with a fire-like nature – quick and blunt.  This line also indicates that you are charismatic and people like to be around you, like they would a campfire.  People become mesmerized by the ‘colors’ you exude – blue, red, purple, orange… all those fire-like colors.  The passionate type usually does a good job at expressing her “I wants”.  While you may not always get them, expressing what you want is healthy because you express the energy that wants to be expressed like a river unblocked by a damn.  The upside of your heart line is that you are fun, outgoing, excitable, enthusiastic and passionate.  On a ‘bad day’ you can move into YOUR ‘I wants’ too deeply and forget the desires of others. To balance this it’s good to maintain your desires AND also consider the desires of others.  

The pink curving line toward the bottom outer edge of your palm tells me you seek out stimulation as an explorer and investigator.  Again, boredom will drive you crazy so it’s good that you read and have many new opportunities at high school to satisfy your inquisitiveness.  You can also think of this as being a line of curiosity; you like to keep things interesting. Seeking the un-ordinary is ordinary for you.

With the highest ranking fingerprint on your right ring finger, your Life purpose is the Artist – the Woman in the Spotlight being true to her muse.  Expressing your SELF is the most important thing you can do – it’s what you came here to do.  Your life challenge is to feel accomplished and successful while being true to YOU, standing your ground…. all on the life foundation of Peace and Harmony.  I read your ‘challenge’ from your fingerprint patterns on your right Thumb, right middle finger and left ring finger.  The arches on your fingerprints resemble mounds of the earth.  The earth is secure and provides a solid foundation.  You’ll feel best when you feel secure.

As with most things, to know one side you have to know the opposite.  When it comes to Peace, a person, like you, will best know Peace by experiencing and moving through sensations of Panic.  You may feel panic running through your body at different times under various circumstances.  The best thing you can do is to BREATE your way through it and silently remind yourself that you ARE SAFE.  You do have nice long vitality/life lines so you are able to ‘ground’ with ease. 

Observations: What’s attention-grabbing is the paradoxical combination of the deep desire for peace and harmony along with the need to explore and investigate the unusual.  Oddly enough, for this youngster, her tranquility could very well be found in her most stimulating adventures.  With a flirtatious flair, she could push the envelope, dance to the edge and sing to the masses with the circ-de-sole, as an example.