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'LifePrints' - the major source for Life Purpose Hand Analysis!

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'LifePrints' - the major source for Life Purpose Hand Analysis!

Post  Martijn (admin) on Fri Sep 17, 2010 12:21 pm



The hand reading system "Life Purpose Hand Analysis" was developed by Richard Unger, who is the founder of the International Institute of Hand Analysis (website is available at: www.handanalysis.net).


In 2008 Richard Unger was able to present his first book, titled: 'LifePrints'. His book is now also available in German, Russian & Korean language!

You can order his book at Amazon.com via:
'Lifeprints: Deciphering Your Life Purpose from Your Fingerprints'


My review of Richard's work is available at:
http://www.handresearch.com/news/lifeprints-richard-unger.htm



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LifePrints

Post  Pamelah on Sat Sep 25, 2010 12:00 pm

Richard's contribution to Hand Analysis through the fingeprint system has changed thousands and thousands of lives. Being able to identify the fingerprints as Life Purpose cuts to the core reason for people's presence on the planet - why everybody doesn't want to know this is beyond me. It's so fast and easy and can easily get somebody focused on what they have agreed to before they were born. Did you know that for most people the soul enters the body about the same time the fingeprints are developed. Doesn't that make it even more compelling to know our Life Purpose based on Richard's system?

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Re: 'LifePrints' - the major source for Life Purpose Hand Analysis!

Post  Martijn (admin) on Sun Sep 26, 2010 12:41 pm

Very Happy

Hi Pamelah, thanks for sharing your enthousiasm about Richard's work!


I'll try in short to describe the basics of Richard's method:

For those who are not yet aware of the basics: the 'Life Purpose' fingerprint method is focussed on combining the 10 fingerprints to identify your 'life purpose' (including your 'life lesson').

After classifying the 10 individual fingerprints, the 'life purpose' is identified by finding the finger(s) which have the highest ranked fingerprints (the basics are: 'whorls' are ranked higher than 'loops', 'loops' are higher than 'tented arches', 'tented arches' higher than 'arches', etc.).

The lowest ranked fingerprint identifies the finger that relates to your 'life lesson'.

And of course, there's much more to add.

Anyone

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Re: 'LifePrints' - the major source for Life Purpose Hand Analysis!

Post  jeanette on Sun Sep 26, 2010 1:13 pm

Hi Martijin,
I have Ronelle Coburn's book on fingerprints and trying to master it, but do you think I would be better to get Richard Unger's book, with what I am reading, in posts, I am thinking he maybe is the easiest to understand. Thanks.
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Re: 'LifePrints' - the major source for Life Purpose Hand Analysis!

Post  Martijn (admin) on Sun Sep 26, 2010 3:07 pm

Yes Jeanette,

I can confirm that: I think a large majority of Ronelle's readers are also familiar with Richard's book - which is more focused on the 'fundamental' fingerprint characteristics.

Ronelle's book is more focussed on the (advanced) interpretation of the fingerprints + some of the most common combinations.

By the way, Google has a preview version for both books available (click on the 'preview this book' button):

'LifePrints':
http://books.google.com/books?id=GuED4Mcfpl0C&
'Destiny at Your Fingertips': http://books.google.com/books?id=kCTeEF1zRz0C&

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Re: 'LifePrints' - the major source for Life Purpose Hand Analysis!

Post  jeanette on Sun Sep 26, 2010 5:26 pm

Hi Martijin,
I have just ordered Richard Unger's book. I think it would be a good idea to read his first.Thanks.
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Lifeprints review

Post  Pamelah on Mon Sep 27, 2010 3:55 am

Martijn, that is a great synopsis of Richard's system. Of course the next layer is actually describing what it means for the person if for example, he or she has right Jupiter marked with a whorl as the highest ranked fingerprint, and left Saturn as the lowest ranked fingerprint. That's where the value of having a reading comes in. Richard's book has some of this info, but of course, as I've shared on the ICP forum, 80 pages were left out of his book when it was published, many of which are sotries to identify more clearly what each Life Purpose and Lesson mean.


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Re: 'LifePrints' - the major source for Life Purpose Hand Analysis!

Post  Martijn (admin) on Mon Sep 27, 2010 9:40 pm

Hi Pamelah,

Thank you for confirming how I described the basics of Richard's fingerprints method. Smile

Maybe you can write a few more additional words on how in Richard's method the fingerprints are combined with the rest of the hand, including the 'gift markers'?


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Re: 'LifePrints' - the major source for Life Purpose Hand Analysis!

Post  jeanette on Wed Sep 29, 2010 8:36 am

Hi Pamelah,
When you do the Life Purpose Analysis, how do you identify the fingerprints. Do you look at the live hand, take ink prints or is there anything else. Thanks.
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hand analysis - Life Purpose

Post  Pamelah on Wed Sep 29, 2010 4:40 pm

Janette, thanks for asking. For people I see in person, I just look at their hands under great lighting with a good magnifying glass. Over the phone, I ask people to send digital photos of their hands. If they are clear, I can zoom in and see the markings including fingerprints. Other options are email scans of hand prints and also use either shoe polish, lipstick or acrylic paint to work with fingerprints. If you need more details, let me know.

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Re: 'LifePrints' - the major source for Life Purpose Hand Analysis!

Post  jeanette on Wed Sep 29, 2010 4:44 pm

Hi Pamelah,
Thanks very much for your reply. Can I ask have you ever had a fingerprint you cannot identify.
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Re: 'LifePrints' - the major source for Life Purpose Hand Analysis!

Post  Pamelah on Thu Sep 30, 2010 4:51 am

I've seen fingerprints that are challenging but eventually (within a minute) I can identify a category (e.g. it's more like a loop than a whorl). There are fingerprints that are in between patterns sometimes or combinations of patterns. It happens. The best choice that can be made is trusting what I feel at the time.

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Re: 'LifePrints' - the major source for Life Purpose Hand Analysis!

Post  Pamelah on Thu Sep 30, 2010 4:54 am

jeanette wrote:Hi Pamelah,
When you do the Life Purpose Analysis, how do you identify the fingerprints. Do you look at the live hand, take ink prints or is there anything else. Thanks.
Jeanette.


Jeanette, I realize I didn't completely answer this question. There are times it's useful to take prints and see live hands. Some things show up differently or more clearly on prints.

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Fingerprints & other hand markings

Post  Pamelah on Thu Sep 30, 2010 5:08 am

Martijn (admin) wrote:Hi Pamelah,

Thank you for confirming how I described the basics of Richard's fingerprints method. Smile

Maybe you can write a few more additional words on how in Richard's method the fingerprints are combined with the rest of the hand, including the 'gift markers'?


Thanks!


Martijn, because this is a more complex answer, I neededa broader time frame to respond.

The fingerprints never change but the rest of the hand can - the lines can change but don't have to. So the fingeprints, being DNA, are in a category uniquely identified. All the other hand markings- lines, shape, finger sections, finger length - further clarify how the fingerprints (Life Purpose + Life Lesson) can be manifested specifically for success.

For example, if somebody has 8 loops (school of love) and then has a Big Heart for a heart line (see my blog for more detals on this www.lovestyles.blogspot.com) there would be strong compatibility between these two hand markings - both seeking connection and intimacy in relationship.

However, if somebody had 8 loops and a Hermit heart line for example, then there could be a challenge in communicating feelings. So it might seem like an 'opposite'. Both markings need expression so it would be up the person doing the reading to clarify how that could happen and what it looks like.

It is my experience, after reading over 9000 pairs of hands, that everybody has a pattern that repeats itself in the hands. There are combinations of markings that make up the pattern. This means that there is an overarching pattern of relating to the world that affects career and relationships.

I hope this is clear.

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Re: 'LifePrints' - the major source for Life Purpose Hand Analysis!

Post  Martijn (admin) on Thu Sep 30, 2010 11:38 am

Hi Pamelah,

Thank you, your two examples make sense for me. I understand that fingerprints are just the beginning of an analysis, and you try to make connection with how the heart line manifests.

Could you also show me how the 'gift markers' become involved? Or do you see them - just like the heart line - as one of the potential element to make connections with the 'Life Purpose' as indicated by the fingerprints?

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Hand Analysis - Life prints (fingeprints) + Gift Markings

Post  Pamelah on Thu Sep 30, 2010 7:26 pm

Martijn, good question - there are so many layers to reading hands.

Gift Markings, the line formations that are extra potential talent, are ranked quite highly in this hand analysis system because they are rare. About 10% or less of the population actually has a Gift Marking. Rare markings get more attention.

When I read somebody's hands, I add the Gift Markings in with the fingerprints to identify a Life Purpose. For example, if somebody has right Jupiter marked as LIfe Purpose and has a Medical Stigmata/Gifted Healer Gift Marking, I would say their Life Purpose is a "healing leader" - healer for the Gifted Healer Gift Marking and leader for the right Jupiter Life Purpose. Another way to phrase this might be "influential healer" if the Medical Stigmata is on both hands and the Life Purpose is identified with a peacock instead of a whorl.

Does this make sense?

There are so many combinations of fingerprint and Gift Markings that to exemply them all would be a book! Hmmm - good idea!

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Re: 'LifePrints' - the major source for Life Purpose Hand Analysis!

Post  jeanette on Thu Sep 30, 2010 7:53 pm

Pamelah wrote:I've seen fingerprints that are challenging but eventually (within a minute) I can identify a category (e.g. it's more like a loop than a whorl). There are fingerprints that are in between patterns sometimes or combinations of patterns. It happens. The best choice that can be made is trusting what I feel at the time.

Hi Pamelah,
Thanks for the reply. I was hoping you would say if a fingerprint was unidentifiable there was another option, however, I realise your message is to keep practising. Will do.
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fingerprint identification

Post  Pamelah on Thu Sep 30, 2010 8:04 pm

Really, Jeanette, until you've looked at over 100 hands and talked about what you see, it's hard to know how differently the patterns show up for people.

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Re: 'LifePrints' - the major source for Life Purpose Hand Analysis!

Post  Martijn (admin) on Thu Sep 30, 2010 10:24 pm

Pamelah wrote:Martijn, good question - there are so many layers to reading hands.

Gift Markings, the line formations that are extra potential talent, are ranked quite highly in this hand analysis system because they are rare. About 10% or less of the population actually has a Gift Marking. Rare markings get more attention.

When I read somebody's hands, I add the Gift Markings in with the fingerprints to identify a Life Purpose. For example, if somebody has right Jupiter marked as LIfe Purpose and has a Medical Stigmata/Gifted Healer Gift Marking, I would say their Life Purpose is a "healing leader" - healer for the Gifted Healer Gift Marking and leader for the right Jupiter Life Purpose. Another way to phrase this might be "influential healer" if the Medical Stigmata is on both hands and the Life Purpose is identified with a peacock instead of a whorl.

Does this make sense?

There are so many combinations of fingerprint and Gift Markings that to exemply them all would be a book! Hmmm - good idea!
Hi Pamelah,

Thank you for your describing how your combine the fingerprints with the 'gift markers' - I think you've described an excellent example!


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Re: 'LifePrints' - the major source for Life Purpose Hand Analysis!

Post  Lynn on Sat Oct 02, 2010 2:11 am

Pamelah wrote:About 10% or less of the population actually has a Gift Marking.

hi Pamelah, re 10%... It seems low to me? I'd guess maybe around 1/3rd population have some gift marking?

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Re: 'LifePrints' - the major source for Life Purpose Hand Analysis!

Post  Martijn (admin) on Sat Oct 02, 2010 6:50 pm

Lynn wrote:
hi Pamelah, re 10%... It seems low to me? I'd guess maybe around 1/3rd population have some gift marking?
Hi Lynn,

Yes, I think the summation of the following 3 markers:

- simian line (3% is a common estimate);
- Hall headline (which is basically only defined as a 'long (sharp) head line - which does not cross the full palm', not rare either);
- 'Persephone headline' (not rare either);

... could easily approach this 10%.

So, adding the other 14 markers: I think at least 20% could be a more realistic estimate.

But I have noticed that Peggie Arvidson reported that she finds 'gift markers' in the hands of about 95% of her clients!!

So... I think it is very hard to describe a reliable percentage - but from my point of view, because of the 3 line markers that I just menitoned: but it very much looks like that 10% is obviously a clear underestimation.


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re: LifePrints

Post  mooky on Thu Mar 31, 2011 12:35 am

I was interested in picking up LifePrints and was researching it further and I actually found a newsletter on Richard's site that describes my own set of prints. That is, 10 whorls.

Hand Analysis Newsletter Vol. 3 Issue 3

A fairly sobering read for someone with these prints. Smile

Would getting the book at this point tell me anything more?

Should I be seeking counseling? nail biting

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Re: 'LifePrints' - the major source for Life Purpose Hand Analysis!

Post  jeanette on Thu Mar 31, 2011 11:28 am

Hi Mooky and welcome. I am reading Richard's book just now. I am having to go slow as I think there is such a lot to take in. I think you should get it. It is really good. I looked up what he says about your prints and I don't think you need counselling. You just have to do what really makes you feel just right from the inner self. He says your Life Fullfillment formula is go into and out of self indulgence to find your service based life.
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Re: 'LifePrints' - the major source for Life Purpose Hand Analysis!

Post  mooky on Fri Apr 01, 2011 2:40 am

jeanette wrote:Hi Mooky and welcome. I am reading Richard's book just now. I am having to go slow as I think there is such a lot to take in. I think you should get it. It is really good. I looked up what he says about your prints and I don't think you need counselling. You just have to do what really makes you feel just right from the inner self. He says your Life Fullfillment formula is go into and out of self indulgence to find your service based life.
Jeanette.

Thank you for the feedback Jeanette. I think I will hold off on getting the book just now. I think I know what Richard is getting at.

"To study the Buddha Way is to study the self, to study the self is to forget the self, and to forget the self is to be enlightened by the ten thousand things." Dogen

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Life Prints, etc...

Post  Roberta on Fri Apr 01, 2011 5:36 pm

Hi Jeanette,

Fingerprints can reveal a great deal but it also important to look at the hand as a whole.
Keep learning and reading as many hands as you can and one day soon you will be as skilled a hand reader as anyone else.

Really, Jeanette! Very Happy

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