Earth School Topic 4.

Indecision – It’s in your hands.

Jena Griffiths interviews Richard Unger

A rare opportunity


Hi, Jena Griffiths here.

I recently interviewed Richard Unger, the genius behind modern hand analysis, on the topic of Indecision.

During this call we looked at how hands reveal the various reasons why people are indecisive and how each reason has a different solution. Whether you yourself struggle to make decisions or you’re a healer, a coach or psychologist this call with deepen your understanding and give you more insight to better serve yourself or your clients. If you’re a hand analyst yourself, you can’t afford to miss this call.

On the call you’ll learn :

  • the different ways indecision shows up in hands
  • what each marker means exactly.
  • how to understand the finer nuances and differences between these markers.
  • how knowing precisely what each marker means helps you get to the core of your condition and shows you the way out.
  • New thinking by Richard and some rather surprising insights

To download this call right now onto your computer:

You’ll get:

  • Immediate access to the replay and a link to download the class.
  • A comprehensive document prepared by Richard on this topic.
  • A file containing all the hand markers discussed during the call.
  • To register for future calls with Richard for $37 per month


    Each month you’ll receive:

    • Live participation. Type in questions before and during the call.
    • access to the replay – instant download
    • a document on the topic plus illustrations specially prepared by Richard for the call
    • hand prints discussed during the call.
    • You can ask Richard as many questions you like related to the subject of the call.
    • You also get access to the Earth School Inner Circle member’s zone and
    • all the resources exclusive to members.

    Looking forward to having you with us in this growing community.

    More calls in this series by Richard Unger.

    Feedback from others:

    “I must say that listening to Richard, and the interaction between the two of you, is really instructive for a hand analysis practitioner. We can tune in to his thinking. It highlights numerous challenges we encounter and presents significant interpretations.” F. O. (experienced hand analyst, SA)
    “I learned so much! Thank you for making this available to us.” C.G. (trainee hand analyst)
    “It appears that we are in the midst of a genius.” R.F.
    “Awesome. I wish these calls could be more frequent.” B. B. (Advanced hand analyst, Switzerland)
    “Completely generous in content and documentation.” K. P. (Master hand analyst, USA)