Free Mastermind October, 2016

Welcome!  

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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Farrah ~ age 2

Farrah just turned two in June. Her mom was a big help in this printing and the first time when she was only 7 weeks old (below).

Printing 7-week-old Farrah

 Printing Farrah’s hands for the first time when she was 7-weeks old (above)

Here she is, below.

Farrah waving July 2015

 

Farrah hand with mag glass Jul 2015

She held her hands so still, I could see and record all of her fingerprints. I felt very lucky in her willingness to ‘play’ with me.

Farrah right print July 25 2015

Farrah Left print 1 July 25 2015

Farrah hand w Mommy handFarrah’s hand in Mommy’s hand

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.

 

 

MM Feb 2015 01 Marinna Rt

 

MM Feb 2015 02 Marinna Left

 

MM Feb 2015 03 Marinna Question

MM Feb 2015 04_05 Darshan  (click to open)

MM Feb 2015 06_07 Michele (click to open)

You, Your Vitality System and the Holiday Season

by Kay Packard, M.A.

Published in the Valley Voice Newspaper December 19, 2013.

Knowing what your Life Line has to say about you can help you elevate from grumble to grace during this holiday season. In hand analysis, the length, shape and quality of this line are associated with the physical body, awareness of and attention to the physical world. Your Life Line indicates your ability to get-up-and-go and your needs for rest and rejuvenation. This line is one of the three major lines in the palm. The other two major lines are the Heart and Head Lines. The Life Line is carved on the inside of the hand around the mound where the thumb connects to the palm (see figure 1).

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Fig. 1 Arrows pointing to a long and curving Life Line

Let me put one myth to rest – the length of the Life Line does not predict the length of one’s life. It does show concerns about protection and preservation of the body. This is considered the line of family and tribe because we build our physical constitution within our tribe. As humans, we look to our community for support and safety. As we feel safe in our clan, our core energy system is more likely to be in balance.

The Life Line is associated with the element of the Earth and is associated with roots and productivity. If you have a long, clear and deep Life Line (Fig. 1, above), you are down to earth, with a strong sense of security and stamina for living. Likewise, if you have a short or hard-to-see Life Line (figure 2), you will feel a constant restlessness, a bit edgy, with a tendency to ‘fly’.  You may be living on the surface of life, staying busy, but not really “digging in” and planting yourself.

As a master hand analyst, I read the Life Line for:

– Personal vitality

– Stability and energy management

– Physical strength and stamina; vigor and verve

– Relationship to the sense of physical safety

Long, clear and unobstructed Life Lines belong to people who are in sync with their environment and maintain stability in their physical body even under stressful situations like shopping at Costco on a Sunday afternoon. There is a natural rhythm in the routine activities of life. They dig in and live life to the fullest surrounded by the natural elements such as mountains, rivers, trees and parks.

If your Life Line is long, deep and clear you are strong in vitality and physical condition. You have a robust nature and staying power. You are tuned into your body and effectively utilize your energy system, like rock climbers, marathon runners, skiers, and yoga gurus.

During this holiday season, you may be the one to corral the family for a hike, an outdoor BBQ (even if it’s 50 degrees) or drive to Sequoia National Park. Keep in mind; this may not be everyone’s dream for a family gathering. While your stamina is high, do keep to your routine as much as possible so that you don’t become resentful. 

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Fig. 2 Short and scattering Life Line – Reluctant to rest

If your Life Line is short, delicate and scattered like figure 2, you have difficulty resting. Your personal anchor and grounding system has been compromised. You may be quite familiar with living in a routine of ‘flight’. You might feel like you’re constantly scrambling to get life in order; “There is not enough time to get it all done.” Core survival issues play havoc in your life and family. At worst, the sense of support from family is severely lacking which creates a shortage of trust in the tribal system. If your tribal system is at risk you will most likely question your contributions to and position in society, asking, “Do I belong here?”  Doubt in one’s role in the community can cause anxiety and internal tension that, in turn, creates a deep-seated urge to create safety and to keep others safe. When this is recognized, understood and addressed that owner can successfully implement a plan for poise and stability on a regular basis.

Short and weak Life Line rescue kit: Take ample time to renew. Heed the call of restlessness and take a deep breath. Schedule time in your routine to plant your feet on the ground by taking walks or hiking. Gravitate to authentic members in your village.

In summary, if you own of a short Life Line, you can transcend grumble to grace by setting personal agreements for well-deserved rest and renewal. If you have a long, well-etched Life Line, you can bring the outdoors inside if the family doesn’t share in your zest for the environment.  In either scenario, remember this is a time to relish in our tribal bonds in gratitude for the security of the root established in our community. 

Kay is a Master Hand Analyst and Teacher who lives in Three Rivers, California. She offers long distance hand analysis sessions and training programs.

Life Line PDF version to print and share.

Thumb Curves and You

Have you noticed how people’s thumb curve?  Some are straight and some curve, while resting in their natural position.  How do your thumbs pose? Notice these thumbs on a man I met at a gathering.

Thumb Shapes

 

Click this Thumb Curve Diagram three page document for a simple Thumb Lesson – What does it mean when your thumbs are straight or curved? Are you ruled by reason or emotion? Consider both your left hand and right hand thumbs.

Palmistry Lesson ~ Venus and Jupiter

Simple Lessons in Palmistry

Many people ask me, “What does this mean?” As they point to a mysterious marking in their hand. Maybe you have wondered about a few markings in your own hands.

In all aspects of the hand there is an upside and a down side possibility. I like to say a good hair day/bad hair day potential. When I have my hair done at the salon there is a likelihood for a great outcome that I’m really happy with or something that needs to be redone!  Eeek.

Throughout your life, haven’t you experienced exceptional hair days and miserable hair days? This is the dance to a just right hair day?  Sort of like Goldilocks moving through the beds that were too hard and too soft to get to the bed that felt just right.

See the simple hand map below along with a few descriptions of markings.  Check your hands – and your friends too!

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Venus is the goddess of love and pleasure. The Venus mount is the area where the thumb plugs into the ball of the palm. Pink ink is showing the expansion of the Venus zone. If this area is rounded and full – sort of voluptuous looking – it indicates an man or woman who is sensual and in touch with her appetites whether they consist of lush velvet curtains and romantic candles, fancy wine and cheese or hunky men with appealing bodies to touch.  Tip for a voluptuous Venus: Enjoy your passions but keep those desires in check.

Alternatively, if this Venus mount is flat, hard to the touch, and straight along the edge of the mount, the owner may be challenged to find joy in their life.  She may be all work and no play. A person with a flat Venus zone might complain about being bogged down with work and responsibilities and unable to express where she feels joy in their life. Tip for a flat Venus: Keep a joy-journal.  In the joy-journal, identify what brings you delight. When do you feel your best and how can you bring more of delight and enchantment into your life?

Jupiter is known as the Sky God with exceptional vision and requirements for a large territory.  If someone has a 6-pointed star, like an asterisk on the mount under the index finger, then I’d read her as an ambitious woman gifted with the ability to influence.  She has the forte to galvanize change in the world. She may sense an invisible and constant ‘push’ on her back to keep her moving forward toward results.

The bad hair day possibility with the star on the Jupiter mount is that she could take the back seat to another leader, manager or King and act as the lady behind the throne. She would eagerly align the kingdom to the other leader(s). However, while in position behind the throne, the followers will still most likely see her as the one to obey. Ideally, she is gaining experience and aiming to claim her authority, pointing the way with her own vision, reigning over her own Queendom. Tip for the gifted leader: Oversee from your own throne to feel most fulfilled.

If you have both a full Venus mount and a Star on Jupiter then others may see you as a charming and generous leader, lavishing your followers with the deliciousness of life.

Watch for the next lessons on the Pluto Line and the vertical lines under the pinkie finger.

Talus and His Monkey Line

Talus and Mom came by share his two-year-and-seven-month hands with me.  He intently performed my requested hand printing, almost without instruction.  He printed his baby doll too!

Talus calls this line racing across his hand (above), “A Monkey Line.”  The monkey does fly from tree to tree with intent and grace.  I also like to think of it like a tight-rope where the walker is very aware of his (or her) every step.  Years of practice assure the walker remains wrapped to the line.

Scattering into Stillness

Yesterday while I was walking along a fairly deserted road in the foothills below Sequoia National Park I was overcome by an acute sense of panic.  It was hard to comprehend, at the time, because I was surrounded by some of the most majestic scenery on the planet.  My stroll took me through Oak trees of all species, bumble bee quality flowering foliage, lush green mountains, romantic rocks, and the view of Alta Peak towering at 11,000 feet.  I compare the view of Sequoia National Park to the Swiss Alps which I visited many years ago. 

During the walk I was making a conscious effort to keep my feet on the ground and to ‘slow down’.  My mind runs amok on an ‘occasional’ basis.  The more I attempted to s l o w  d o w n the more I was consumed with a greater sense of urgency to keep moving.  I actually sensed a level of guilt for not doing more. Attempting to silence my mind put me in direct contact with its opposite: sheer panic.  Why was this happening? 

I have been rewarded quite nicely by society for accomplishing results and being in constant deed. If I slow down, “What will I do?”  “Who will I be if I’m not doing something?” “OMG, I might die if I’m not producing something!”  

These are real thoughts I experienced yesterday on what I had hoped would be a peaceful outing.  It’s ironic that one of my highest priorities, right now, is to experience Stillness.  Often is the case that our truest desire puts us in direct conflict with ‘its’ opposite.  In this case: Silence vs pandemonium. 

How does this happen?  Conditioning, patterns and addictions have formulated the path of our existence.  I’m addicted to working, producing, responsibilities, tasks, schedules and the call to perfection.  I have to classify this as an addiction because of the reaction I have when I even think about not having these scenarios in my world.  This doesn’t mean those ‘things’ are bad.  I’m simply seeking an adjustment to my internal volume control.  Might you relate? 

There are specific configurations in the hands that can point to this type of internal feeding frenzy.  See if you have any of these six designs in your hands or fingerprints.  They involve either the Life Line or the Arch fingerprint. 

To see six hand print examples and the remaining article click here to open the pdf  Scattering into Stillness by Kay Packard AAHA