Project Snowflake: Of eighteen (18) children’s handprints that were taken at various times between 2010 – 2019, eight (8) were consistently taken and analyzed during that 10-year period. The purpose is to witness changes in the hands in relation to life changes naturally occurring with growing up. Parents talk with me about life events, interests, behavior patterns and more, in direct correlation to related variables identified in the child’s hands. Fingerprints of children, parents and other family members have also been recorded in family charts to demonstrate similarities and differences in fingerprint pattern types.
Project Snowflakewas officially kicked off Jan. 31, 2010. I’m 8 years into the research, printing selected children’s hands to observe changes, life lessons and how each one grows into his or her life purpose.
Before the project began, Beth’s hands were printed for the first time in early 2004 when she was 7. She is now 22.
These side-by-side prints below show a noticeable change in Beth’s prints sincelast year. Vertical lines are developing under the pinkie finger on the mound of Mercury inside the blue circle.
In traditional palmistry this formation of vertical lines is called the Medical Stigmata. Famous palmists found this marking on people in the healing arts such as doctors, nurses and veterinarians.
In Richard Unger’s system, which I teach, this configuration is called the Gifted Healer. It indicates someone having exceptional ability to listen and hear what’s truly going on inside another individual from a psychological perspective. The key is for the owner of the marking to trust the insights they are receiving instead of doubting or dismissing their inner knowing.
I’ve seen this marking on photographers, speakers, accountants and many others who are not in a professional healing practice. These owners display an innate ability to hold powerful space for acceptance of what is causing inner upset and conflict.
To learn more about the Gifted Healer and other healer markers that can appear in the hands clickHERE.
How could I say “no” to this tiny tot joining project snowflake? We met a year-and-a-half ago after her mom sent her handprints to me. Here we are connecting internationally via Skype. She has made three sets of beautiful handprints since Aug. 11, 2015 when she was age three-and-a-half.
Beth’s latest handprints are posted below. The first set of prints I have for her are from Feb. 2004 when she was eight-years-old. She just turned twenty-one in Feb. 2017. I now have 13 years of prints of Beth’s hands.
I met Sawyer Rose just after she was born two years ago. Here is her first hand printing in May 2015 at age 2-years and 3-months. Seeing her fingerprints, even at this early age, gives us insight into her extraordinary life purpose.