The call yesterday with Richard Unger on the topic “Indecision- It’s in your hands” was very informative.
One of the key markers we discussed was horizontals in the third eye.
If you have 6 or more horizontal lines in the mid segment of your thumb (your third eye) (see image below) this, according to Unger, is a show stopper.
This means that making decisions is so difficult and debilitating there’s no point to talk about anything else. Unger says that when he sees this he often doesn’t even talk about the person’s Life purpose or any gift markers that might be present.
Think of it like wearing a pair of glasses that are so badly scratched one can’t see through them.
The first step is to gain more clarity.
To see what this looks like:
To purchase an hour and a half class on this topic: Indecision – it’s in your hands
Here’s more information on this topic from a post I wrote in June 2008
Are you struggling to make decisions?
Perhaps you haven’t noticed this while looking in the mirror,
you’ve actually got 3 eyes not two!
And if you walk around with the middle one shut tight that’s when all hell breaks lose.
Have you ever been completely stuck where you absolutely can’t
decide what to do?
Your third eye is all about clarity and seeing things in
If you block this ability you won’t be able to decide on
anything, even life’s major choices.
Here’s a fun example of this condition:
Mary: Should I marry Joe or Jack or Jim? Or
should I rather join a nunnery or maybe just have a se,x change
The danger is to wait until all your better options fall away
and you’re left with no choice to make at all. Just the worst
The middle section of your thumb has to do with your third eye.
If you have several horizontal lines inside this area this means
you have trouble deciding what to do due to clack of clarity.
Try imagining a window where your 3rd eye is, with sunlight
streaming in. Close your other 2 eyes and breathe this light in.
Fence sitting can also show up in your fingerprints.
People who have 2 or more tented arch fingerprints often can’t
decide because they’d like to know the outcome first. This is a
different kind of indecision. But still, the danger is you put
your life on hold. Until someone else decides for you or all the
better options disappear.
The trick is, just do it!
“Once you make a decision, the universe conspires to make it
–Ralph Waldo Emerson, 1803-1882
Just don’t write and tell me it’s all my fault you went ahead
with the se,x change!
To purchase this class: Indecision – it’s in your hands
Another post about horizontals in the third eye and procrastination.