Do you have a star of intention?

Do you have a star-like formation on the ball of your thumb? This upper section of the thumb is thought to relate to the crown chakra, entry point for divine inspiration. What does this marker mean? It is considered a gift marker. Watch this short video about the star of intention. Do you have one?

For unblocking your energy centers and bringing them back into alignment I’ve been using toning and re-tuning exercises by Barry Goldstein. They are available as a download or CD called “The sound of Joy” from his website.
They are wonderful exercises to do daily on your own or even with children or partners to keep your family healthy and happy and connected to source.

The above video clip comes from a series of online hand analysis classes I host weekly in Earthuni/ Earth School with Richard Unger, author of LifePrints. Decoding your life purpose from your fingerprints.

For more about your own life purpose and gifts have your hands analysed by me click here for more information.

2 thoughts on “Do you have a star of intention?

  1. Ruth Gale Reply

    My mother(79)has a superb Star of Intention on her left thumb. She has ‘moved mountains’ over and offer again in her life, and is a truly impressive woman. She also has a whorl in the moon with a fateline that begins in its centre and rise to her Right Apollo finger, on which resides her life purpose. LL is Right Jupiter. I found her hand shape very difficult to categorize. Only more recently has she found her expressive artistic self, and been acknowleged as a singer of sacred music. This bought a peace to her energetic system I’ve not witnessed before. She has genuinely lived a life in service to her understanding of ‘God’ aligning her energy with prayer and action. (in alignment with the moon whorl). Her challenge has been in claiming her own power – she far preferred supporting the powerful men in her life (including her ‘father God’). She is a school of Peace woman. When she gets an idea in her head, stubborn doesn’t scratch the surface – she has a mountainous immoveability. Not frozen in action, but in orientation/intention. Fascinating. Hand Analysis has given me the tools to understand her in a whole diffferent way – and I’m glad – as her daughter I found her a conundrum.

    • Jena Griffiths Post authorReply

      Ruth, thanks for sharing this. I remember when I started doing the same with my family. It gave me such a depth of insight into my parents and the entire family dynamic..
      How many arches does your mother have? Mine had 8!

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