Introduction to Neuropalmisty™

This Hand Analysis website urgently needs to be pruned and updated. It is now so large that it can’t be updated to https without starting afresh. Further, I now think differently. When I look over what I have written over the years I blush at my conviction. So many pages need to be reviewed and some can no longer be accessed be me anymore. Particularly the first two years which were hosted on Google’s Blogger platform pre-Wordpress days. I have just realized that I have been approving comments on that platform for years and it seemed to be functioning but actually the comments and my replies are not being posted at all! Something there is seriously broken. And, as tempted as I am to delete the whole thing and start afresh I also know that much of what is written there has helped many people. For this reason alone I am leaving this site standing until the posts can be reviewed and transferred to my new site.

Over the last year the way I talk about hands has changed so much that in order to distinguish the difference between my work and others I have decided to call what I do Neuropalmistry™ instead of scientific hand analysis. This new subject will be peer reviewed and I hope that through serious research, data gathering and testing it will one day become a respected field, related to Neuroscience and Neuropsychology.

Neuropalmistry™ combines the best of hand analysis with neuroscience, polarity therapy, family systemic work, genealogy and developmental psychology. This new field explores the relationship between the brain and the hand, how repetitive or habitual thinking leaves traces in the palm. It also explores hands and fingerprints from an epigenetic perspective, helping us free ourselves from repeating family patterns, as much of our purpose is related to progressing through developmental stages as defined by Ken Wilber and others. Over the last 4 years and continuing this year, I have been collaborating with Sue Miles of Findhorn to develop this new way of working with the information available in one’s hands towards a deeper understanding of one’s Life Purpose. Each time we run this workshop it evolves and grows and the teachings deepen. What we cover is new and empowering, and also grounded in the here now, thanks to Sue and the Findhorn Foundation.

My perspective on hands grows beyond 15 years of studying hands from an Ungarian perspective. There are several different schools all teaching variations of Ungarian hand analysis depending on how many years each teacher trained with Richard Unger. I took a yearlong certification, then and advanced yearlong certification then a masters certification all under the direct tutelage of Richard Unger. Then I interviewed Richard every week over a six year period often using anonymous hand prints of people (only I or other students knew who they were) in order to test the material more empirically. This research needs to be more accurately documented and permissions to use hand prints anonymously for research purposes need to be obtained before the material can be accessed more broadly. I now see hands from a different perspective based on my own work these last 3 years. I’m also aware that there are many other schools of thought in many other languages that I have not explored, each with their own integrity and depth of reasoning. Our hands have the power to help us let go of painful narratives about ourselves and become more fully present to our potential.

On a separate note, a new platform has been created to store data across multiple generations. If you would like to contribute your own personal hand prints to this database for research purposes please contact me. In the meantime you can experience the value of my latest work yourself by joining us in Findhorn this year, either 9 March or 17 August. (for 7 days)

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