How can you use your fingerprints as a mindfulness tool?
Your fingerprints are your unique blueprint for mindfulness
because they reveal what governs your emotions:
What makes you feel fulfilled. And what shuts you down.
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Think of yourself as a light switch. You’re either on or you are off.
It’s really the only choice we have. Moment by moment. Shine? Not Shine?
Or in computer speak 0101010000111110001010101010101010101001011111110010101110101010000011010000101011111
The permutations are endless.
It’s a creation game. And you are totally in control.
And look what fun it is to play. Even if your life looks like a huge melodrama right now.
Don’t like the movie? Re-write it by adding more light into your own sequence of on/off choices 0101000….
The question is: what switches you on? What switches you off?
This switch is visible in your fingerprints.
What do I mean?
It seems impossible that life can be so Click here to read more …
What if you are actually limitless?
What if you needed to step down your energy (by taking on an illusion of limitation) in order to play on this plane?
What if this limiting thought (false belief about yourself) could be clearly identified, mapped and even tracked?
Well then, you would have a key to rapid transformation, to being limitless again but also here/able to still play on this plane at the same time.
This is the real gift if fingerprint analysis. The trick is to actually see this and act on it.
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Some of us have minds that jump all over the place, like light reflected off a disco ball. We are focused on a million different things. And the focus keeps shifting. A fortunate few may have learned the power of single-minded focus. We can hold it for a while, but not without intense discipline and training.
But every now you meet someone who seems to be a natural. They have what it takes to focus all their energies (both head and heart) on a single task and keep at it while the rest of us are getting on with other things.
If this is you, take a look at your palms. Quite likely you have two major lines on your hand instead of three. Officially this marker is called “A Simian line”.
What does it mean?
The energy of the heart and the head are sharing one cable instead of two. Positive side: tremendous focus, negative possibility: misunderstandings due to scrambled messages.
If you or your child has a Simian line my advice is DO NOT read up all the garbage posted online about this hand marker. Save yourself the effort and instead find something you are really passionate about to focus all your energy on.
The dangers for Simian types:
1. Not knowing what your passion is.
2. Feeling misunderstood
People may think you are being aloof when you think you’re being kind and considerate. This is the down side of having head and heart fused.
Save yourself from crossing swords unnecessarily by always double checking your communication – ask what the other person heard or if you interpreted them correctly.
“What did you hear me say?” or “Am I understanding you correctly. Is that what you just said?”
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I’ve decided to focus the rest of this year on sharing how to effectively
decode life purpose from fingerprints.
And how to use this material as a powerful transformational tool.
This is the most vital information you can learn from hands.
It is the key to freeing yourself on many levels.
And, it can be learned in one day.
Also, I would like to share my unique perspective on activating life purpose
based on wherever you are right now.
This new full day course will be held in both Zurich and London in the coming months.
Zurich Saturday, November 15, 2014
London Saturday, November 22, 2014
Register for the early bird
Who is this training for?
The course is perfect for healers, coaches, counsellors or anyone
who feels called to do this incredible work. It’s also for you if you wish to
connect deeply with your own life purpose and at the same time help others
to do the same.
What will we cover? Click here to read more …
I’ve just read Mark Seltman‘s new book and I must say I’m impressed.
Mark has written an excellent book for both the general public and Click here to read more …
This morning, when I heard the news of Robin’s death, my whole body went into shock. It was as if I was feeling the sadness of everyone in the world who had already received this news. One can only trust that our loss is someone else’s gain. Hopefully his old friend Christopher Reeve is there to welcome him home.
As a way of processing the news, I posted up all the images I could find of Robin’s hands while reading about all the good he had done to help others find meaning as well as his own struggle with depression. I then put Robin’s hands into our class later in the day as the topic was related to depression. This post has been updated to include that material and comments thereafter.
Here is what I wrote to class participants: Click here to read more …
Our next Gift marker topic call in Earth School covers three very different yet similar gift markers,
each one indicating a unique talent:
1. Moon Stars
2. Pluto Stars and
3. Neptune stars
Moon stars indicate a Click here to read more …
A Zindler frown looks exactly like the opposite of a smiley. A frowny. And that’s exactly what it means. It’s a rather extreme version of a Zindler line which itself is an unhappy marker, indicating thwarted ambition, frustration or anger at having not yet lived or realised one’s full potential. This marker tends to show up on the hands of people who are very gifted but who, for one reason or another, feel they have been blocked in some way. Usually, when we don’t live our potential, it’s not because of what others have done or said. We tend to get in our own way. It’s tempting to project all this pent up anger outward onto some circumstance or other person. But that would be a massive power give away. Why not reclaim all this pent up emotion? Use it as a fuel to drive your engine way beyond the norm so that you can share your natural talents and all you have to offer with the rest of the world?
What does a Zindler Frown look like?
The Zindler line (and Zindler frown) ends in the Pluto zone of the hand. Which is the zone of radical transformation.
Other frownies are possible in other regions of your palm. For example, there’s one called a Neptune Frown and a few different types of Frowning Girdle.
What these mean exactly depend on their precise location.
To learn more about what your hands and what they are trying to tell you, take a 12 week hand analysis foundational course online with Jena Griffiths.
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I’ll be giving a talk on Gift markings in your hands at the American Women’s Club on Friday 13!
This talk is free and open to everyone.
more info here
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