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jungian classification corresponding to hand?

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Post  yogiman on Wed Jul 09, 2014 11:20 am

It should be no coincidence that the primary jungian typology corresponds to the four elemental handshapes. Jung (who was very interested in palmistry) classifies persons into four groups in accordance with their way of approaching the world around them: earth people by sensation, air people by thinking, water people by feeling and fire people by intuition. (Fire is also related to "willing", which corresponds to the (in our palmistry proper) action oriented characteristic). Sensation and intuition are perceiving functions, and thinking and feeling are judging functions.
Ofcourse we have a mix of all four, and according to Jung, when sensation is the dominant function (=concious), then intuition (or willing) is unconcious en repressed, and vice versa. The same holds true for the two judging functions.

Surely, when this typology could have been seen in the hand, then I would have read about it, but still I am curious about the expert's opinion.

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