Category Archives: fingerprint analysis

Healing in the hands

By Kay Packard

What does the word “healing” mean to you?  The Webster’s dictionary describes healing: ‘to make sound or whole; to restore to health; mend; to patch up; to restore to original purity or integrity’.  

Healers facilitate and inspire others to function from a higher level.  We are all healers in our own way at one time or another…and when we choose to be.  Most of us can cite examples where we’ve been stimulated to be and feel better mentally, physically and/or spiritually because of something someone did, said or how they listened. 

In the hands are various markers which identify their owners as a “healer”. Heart in Hand Doctors, nurses, veterinarians, chiropractors, psychotherapists, and dentists are mainstream healers.  Examples of alternative healers are massage therapists, Reiki masters, cranial sacral therapists, herbalogists, acupuncturists, ministers and astrologers.  Hairstylists, manicurists, teachers, musicians, photographers, chefs and jewelry makers may also qualify as healers.  However, not all “healers” by profession have healer-markers in their hands.  Likewise, some who have never considered healing as life work may have healer markings in their hands.  Continue reading

Fingerprints: discovering the real you

By Kay Packard 

Have you ever looked at the tiny ridges on the inner surface of your fingertips or thumbs (a.k.a your fingerprints)?  Take a look.  

Then look at someone else’s around you. Notice how some ridges are verypeacock deep, some shallow, some almost too faint to see with the naked eye.  A magnifying glass is useful for observing the details of these ridges on the fingertips.  Investigators and forensic experts rely on fingerprinting for positive identification because it is the only unchangeable and infallible means to identify an individual. 

The friction ridges found on the fingers can also be seen on the palms and soles of the feet.  The biological function of the ridges is to help us grasp and hold onto things.  We can compare the lines on corduroy cloth to the friction ridges of the fingerprint. However, unlike the corduroy, the ridges vary in length, width, depth, and direction.  Below are three types of fingerprint patterns constructed from the flow of the friction ridges.                                                                                             

loopThe patterns are formed during pre-natal life and fully formed in the womb between the fourth and seventh month. Fingerprints remain unchanged in their assigned detail during the life time of the individual. 

Oodles of research over the past 100 years – including computers most recently – solidify evidence that the fingerprint patterns are unique to the owner of the hands. Professor Andre Moenssens, author of Fingerprint Techniques wrote “Studies done by many examiners have shown that the fingerprints of identical twins are different, as are the prints of triplets, quadruplets, and quintuplets.” 

Now, consider that these fingerprints can be decoded to reveal a message about the unique you.  Similar to how the doctor looks at your tongue to give clues about your health, an experienced hand analyst can read the fingerprints on your fingers to define your life purpose and life lesson.  Continue reading

Life Schools

By Kay Packard

Life is an everlasting experience of trial and error… if we’re lucky.  Experience is required at Earth-University!  Imagine if there are different schoolhouseschools each of us are attending, as part of our life pilgrimage.  They have the school names: Service, Love, Wisdom, and Peace.  Could each of us actually be living from a consciousness of one of these four schools?  Could the core of our soul be operating from a deeply rooted desire to advance and master one of these schools?  

Would you behave differently if you realized that you are attending one of these schools?  Would you prepare for exams and drive yourself to succeed to graduate with honors? Would you procrastinate in your studies?  Would you operate with the attitude of just getting by?   

The print patterns on a person’s finger tips can be read to identify the life-school that individual is attending. In 1985 Richard Unger founded the International Institute of Hand Analysis and he discovered that our fingerprints contain codes which reveal our life school.  They are summarized as follows: Continue reading

Life Lessons

By Kay Packard

Pretend that before birth we elected to come to this beautiful, mysterious, radical, and colorful planet.  When we did, we had a series of boxes to mark before checking in at the gate with our e-ticket.  The boxes presented choices of what to experience during our journey on Earth.  I don’t know what all the options were to choose from but I bet we all picked


busYep, you just may have signed up to become scholarly in specific areas at the life-university.   At this point are you saying “OK, already; enough learned” or “My lessons are coming at just the right pace” or “Bring it on, I want more”?  Perhaps the answer changes at various times of the year, month or day.  We’re constantly being exercised and challenged to become well-informed, well-read, well educated and wise on this life-path.    Continue reading