Your Fingerprints are Key for Living on Purpose

Your fingerprints contain the secret code for living on purpose.

Knowing your life’s purpose is one thing. Living on purpose is another.

 

Q: How do you feel when you’re living on purpose?

A: Peaceful, at ease, in the flow, in your zone.

 

Q: How do you know when you’re off track?

A: Life is confusing, a constant struggle, as if you’re riding a bicycle in a river against the current.

 

In Oprah Winfrey’s new book The Path Made Clear: Discovering Your Life’s Direction and Purpose she says, “I believe every one of us is born with a purpose. No matter who you are, what you do, or how far you think you have to go, you have been tapped by a force greater than yourself to step into your God-given calling. This goes far beyond what you do to earn your living. I’m talking about a supreme moment of destiny, the reason you are here on earth.”

 

I would love for Oprah to know that each person’s life purpose and life lesson is precisely encoded into the unique fingerprint patterns. I’m in full agreement with her further statement: “Committing to a life of purpose takes courage.”

 

When you feel like you’ve lost your way, and meaning has escaped your path, take these tips to return to your purpose:

  1. Take a breath
  2.  Make an honest inventory of your grievances, control issues, criticisms and what you’re resisting.
  3. Let go.

 

Advanced tip

Get into the sandbox with your life’s lessons. The lessons I’m talking about are the repeating patterns of obstacles that prevent a positive attitude that all things in life are in support of your purpose. Being in the sandbox with your lessons creates a sense of play. A playful approach can strengthen skills to handle your lessons.

Life lesson example

Let’s say your life lesson, according to your fingerprints, is not trusting in yourself and therefore not speaking up when it matters most.

You’re here to learn to listen deeply for your truth, to speak up, be heard and to appropriately surrender to your life’s natural flow. The challenge is not to surrender yourself too much or too little…but just right.

Benefits

(In this example) As you courageously speak up for yourself in the name of your inner truth (not your opinion or stance to be ‘right’ or better) and you surrender appropriately, you develop skills in trust – trusting in yourself – that what you have to say is important and meaningful. You’re learning to trust in your voice regardless of the potential acceptance or rejection that may result.

This creates space for authentic intimacy with others because you are being true to you. Imagine that!

Now, your life’s purpose will certainly bloom with the advanced skills you bravely heightened through your life lessons.

Hand Analyst Chris Kidder pointed me to an article in Science Daily where a recent study indicates people with strong life purpose may take less effort when making healthier choices.

This research showed that people with a stronger sense of life purpose are more likely to respond positively to health messages and experience less activity in brain regions associated with conflict. Read article…

Freedom

The ultimate aim in finding purpose is freedom – mental, emotional, physical and spiritual freedom. However, on that path to freedom is a specific life purpose designed for you and it’s all in your hands and fingerprints.

 

Contact us to discover your life purpose and get direction for living your most meaningful life. To learn how to read hands, come train with us.

Your Life Purpose is in Your Fingerprints

Let’s get up close and personal with fingerprints. In this article you’ll glimpse into what they can tell you about living your very best life and how you can benefit by knowing more about them.

What Fingerprints Can Tell You

Many people spend their entire lives trying to figure out what their purpose is. The life purpose lies deep within each person waiting to be discovered, exposed, lived and mastered.  The Soul’s expression pours through one’s life purpose.  This ‘expression’ can be awakened by deciphering the fingerprint patterns and translating the message to the owner of those fingerprints.

Richard Unger and Vernon Mahabal have influenced what we teach and use in our practice as a non-predictive scientific hand analysts. Following are key words related to various life purpose options decoded from a person’s fingerprints:

 

Behind every human being there is a force to live. Everyone has a desire for self-fulfillment. Describing to someone their life purpose puts them squarely on the path to become everything he or she is capable of becoming. When one is living as they were truly meant to live, fully and completely, liberation abounds. 

Undeniably, FREEDOM is the life experience when one owns their life purpose-power.

This is a growth process. The growth catalyst IS clearly encoded in the fingerprint patterns.

The Journey Into Hand Analysis

Hand analysis practitioners become trail guides for self-discovery, self-actualization, freedom and life-fulfillment. Can you imagine how rewarding that could be- to be either the giver or the receiver of such insight?

Each of us has an inner acorn, capable of becoming an exquisite royal oak. Do you want to help individuals inner-acorn’s sprout and reach full aliveness?

If so, check out AAHA Associate Faculty Teacher Linda Salazar’s upcoming Life Purpose Foundations Intensive starting in September. You’ll learn the essentials of reading fingerprints, lines, shapes, color and consistency of the hands to help people get a broad view into their true nature.

Linda says, “We all want to feel like we belong. We want to feel seen. We want to feel understood. And yet, for many, that’s not how it feels at all. The information in this hand analysis training enables us to dive below the surface where the lifeline of connection exists.”

Many students rave about their own new found personal-awareness as a result of completing hand analysis training classes.

 

“And the day came when the risk (it took) to remain tight in the bud was more painful than the risk it took to blossom”

– Anais Nin

Whorl Pattern in the Palm – Mars

It’s quite exciting for a hand reader to find a Whorl pattern in the palm of the hand. To find a Whorl in both palms of a person’s hands is doubly sensational.

In nature, the Whorl (above) is not ordinarily found. Although you’ve probably seen them on the digits (fingers and thumbs) of the hand. The concentric circles, creating the whorl symbol, can also be found on the surface of a tree trunk after it’s been cut down.

Finding a Whorl in the Mars Mount of the hand is a big deal and must be elevated to great importance in the reading. Advanced Martian living becomes the life purpose, where the owner will feel most fulfilled and satisfied in his or her life.

 

Prints Credit: Chris Kidder, Hand Analyst

 

These two hands (above) came across my desk this week and both, belonging to the same owner, have Whorls on the Mount of Mars (inside pink colored circles). Some professional readers may call these glyphs Peacocks and I wouldn’t argue. Either way, the implication needs to be elevated to Life Purpose position.

 

About Mars

Mars (Roman)/Ares (Greek) is known as the God of War.

Ares as the embodiment of aggression, has been one of the strongest forces working through human history. He is Olympos’ “Action Man,” the god of war and strife, the restless and turbulent lover, thriving on conflict and rejoicing in the delight of battle. In Ares we see our own aggression raw and bloody, before civilization tempered or repressed it. – Arianna Stassinopoulos, The Gods of Greece

“Of the twelve Olympians, The Greeks places Ares in the least respected position because of his irrationality and battle frenzy. He represented the uncontrollable lust for battle and bloodshed. In contrast, as Mars, the Romans held him in high regard, second only to Jupiter (Roman)/Zeus (Greek) in importance.” – Jean Shinoda Bolan, Gods in Every Man

The story and imagery portrayed in mythology is fascinating. The archetypal associations in our lives is quite relevant when more deeply investigating and understanding our motivations, values and preferences.

 

Life Purpose

When describing what the Whorl in the Mars zone of the hand means to the owner, the hand reader will be spot on when dialoging about the Mars/Ares archetypal patterns of engagement.

When discussing a strong Mars Mount, Star or Whorl in this area I refer to Diana/Wonder Woman with women, Clark Kent/Superman to men and the Incredible Hulk to children and teens. Each represent Hero’s and Protectors. Brutus (as in Popeye), as Brawler, is an alternative side of Mars that will most likely be part of the owners learning journey at some point or another.

Ares and Aphrodite, Goddess of Love, were notable lovers. Both love and war come together in this union. Great passion is portrayed in love and war so unleashed passion is not surprising for the Action Wo/Man. Having an appropriate outlet for this eminent level of vitality is important for the health and well-being of this archetype.

Standing up for the underdog brings fulfillment to the owner with a well-marked Mars zone, which includes a Whorl here. The Warrior needs a cause, something to stand for, to protect. The Whorl indicates a life purpose where his or her exceptional courage and bravery must be exercised.

Martians do best when using their fierce nature, defending those who are unable to stand up for themselves – such as mistreated animals, foster children, veterans or battered women – to name a few. However, if this hero-type doesn’t have an appropriate cause for all this energy, he or she just may end up feeling weak and cowardly, or the opposite – impulsively violent.

 

Advanced Path

Just like the Lion in “Wizard of Oz,” owners of a Mars Whorl must have a bold and fearless course of action to devote their enthusiasm toward. The aim is to evolve from Ares into Mars, the battle-lusting Greek God of War into the protector of the community, successfully navigating conflict as the Roman Mars.

Look for the Mars archetype in the following vocations: Commander in Chief, Athletic coach, building demolition, construction, conflict resolution, advocacy.

Key words: Protector, passionate, naturally assertive, directed action, adventurous, impulsive, combative, impatient, forceful.

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Comments

Below are conversations had on Facebook about the above article after being posted:

Jennifer Hirsch such a precious find, magnificent! I wonder about the contradiction of the less assertive traits shown in the short low set water finger of the left hand…. fascinating!

American Academy of Hand Analysis Good eye Jennifer. With the low set and short Jupiter, he might go either way – less assertive and lacking confidence and/or pushy, getting angry when feeling disrespected.

Jennifer Hirsch ja! I get that 🙂 the obnoxious Napoleon thing.

Brent Bruning “The Greeks places Ares in the least respected position because of his irrationality and battle frenzy. He represented the uncontrollable lust for battle and bloodshed. In contrast, as Mars, the Romans held him in high regard, second only to Jupiter (Roman)/Zeus (Greek) in importance” — brilliant, love it. And they are overwhelmingly attracted to being the hero for underdogs no question. I found this in the horror film director Michael Steiner who wrote the film Grounding in defense of the people who lost their job, as well as a great horror film Sennentuschi. My brother has one as well – who built an international company rescuing reclaimed tai-furniture (wagon wheels) and making it as furniture. Mars has a conflict side for sure and all of them are attracted to hot irons. But they also have a playful side, the need for liberation and exalt and defend the childlike freedom and kids’s rights to explore boundaries and go through initiations. Great article. My brother below. No conflict there hahaha.

Mars Action Man

American Academy of Hand Analysis P.S. Your bro fits the Martian image!

Brent Bruning He has been a lifelong case study. Fought in high school, had the Mustang car at 14, very popular with girls and guys looked up to him, worked his way through college, fought during his graduation, left the corporation after 2 years to travel the world, surf, bartend and live in a shipping container on a beach in hawaii, start his own company, tear it all down, craft furniture, work with kids at camp, work with kids at university… everything mars.