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

Riley’s Prints Span Nine Years

Below you’ll find a photo of Riley’s hand prints spanning nine years.  Her first printing was in December 2003 when she was seven years old. I’ve included Mom and Dad’s prints. My next step is to look for changes between Riley’s handprints through the years. Then I’ll look for commonalities with her parents. Also on file are her grandparents, great grand mother, one uncle, two cousins and her brother and sister. Did you know the family’s purpose can be determined based on a composite of their fingerprints?

Nine Years with Riley
Nine Years with Riley

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.

Makena and Mom Paused for a Print

Makena and her mom are both on the path of Peace.  I appreciated them taking a pause in their busy lives to stop by for a printing.  Let’s watch, together, how Makena’s healership through writing develops.  Her greatest potential is to transform lives with her writing.  She has already written a poem and is working on a book!

A Bundle of Bethany

Bethany and her Mom and Dad came by to have Bethany’s hands printed again.  Her first hand printing was in Jan. 2010, 2nd printing in May 2010, 3rd printing in Aug. 2010 and now Oct. 2011.  She is an absolute bundle of Love.  Two Big Heart Lines have developed.  One heart line is recorded as being ‘short’ in an earlier print and reading.  Now that Heart Line has grown up toward the index finger.  She owns 9 Loops on 10 of  her fingerprints.
Documenting Fingerprint Patterns

 

Dad is curious too!

 

Preparing to Print

 

Inking Bethany
 
Lookin' Good!

 Colored ink is more fun for kids!  She picked purple this time.

 

A big thank you to Raymond for taking the photos!

Wyatt Turns Two

Snowflake Wyatt came by to have his hands printed just before his 2nd birthday but he was much more interested in being a kid – as he should!  We were more successful last year because we had three adults wrangling one snowflake.  I’ll know better for next time. 🙂

If it’s OK with Mom, it’s OK with me to play on the counter top with the cooking utensils.

 His hand wrapped tightly around the hair dryer.

At last a print (below) but mostly for fun.

 

Welcome Snowflake Makena

Makena is my newest Snowflake. She accepted my invitation yesterday.  I read her hands back in Dec. 2010 and was captivated by her presence. She was 9 then.  Now she’s 10.  She has 6 arches and called herself “Mother Nature’s Daughter”.  The arches represent peace and harmony.

Summer Snowflake

These little hands came to visit today. 

 

This Little One’s life purpose is the Successful, Innovative Communicator. When living on purpose, failure is not an option.  She is the inventor with language whether speaking, writing, singing or signing.  She is the Master Communicator, manifesting and creating the precise ingredients for success. She has already received an award for ‘communications’ at school.

Her life challenge is to feel at home regardless of any community or family environmental issues.  By experiencing the feeling of being a “Black Sheep” she’ll learn to find her right tribe where she can feel like she belongs.  This is a journey of trial and error.  At 9 and ¾ years of age she fully understands what it takes to find the right pant size.  She knows about trying on pants that are too big and too small to get to the just right size.  With her life challenge she may roam from tribe to tribe, exploring the people, attitudes and life styles until she feels ‘at home’.  Ideally, she’ll ultimately find her ‘home’ wherever her heart is.   

As she develops being ‘at home’ she may actually turn into a Master Translator for black sheep’s from a Spiritual perspective.  The loop in her Moon Zone gives her the potential to be the Spiritual Counselor where she assists others to understand their deepest self and reach the highest self.