Tag Archives: fingerprint analysis

Peace and Panic

 By Kay Packard

PanicTo develop certain skills we have selected a life path to provide the climate for learning.  When decoded, your hands will link you with one or two of the following:  Service, Love, Wisdom or Peace.  Each path has their ups and downs.  Where do you fit in; service or obligation (service), connection or stuffed feelings (love), taking risks or sitting on the fence (wisdom), and lastly peace or panic (peace)?  Let’s delve into the world of Peace

The person on the life path of peace is in a peculiar predicament. The environment for their learning will consist of peace and panic; harmony and discord.  They often feel like ‘someone’ made a mistake by ‘putting’ them here, in this crazy, mixed up, convoluted place. “Is someone playing a joke on me”, they might exclaim in their excitement.  This life-path is designed to help a person develop the ability to feel safe in their own space.   This person is seeking a deep sense of calm within her/himself.  There is a tendency for addiction to adrenaline. When the rush is over there is a great sense of tranquility.  The lessons include dealing with responsibilities without creating an endless chain of ‘emergencies’.   In survival mode this student is struggling to stay ahead of the game and may see the body as the enemy.     

You can look at your own finger tips to determine if you qualify for this path.  According to the International Institute of Hand Analysis you are on the life path of Peace if you find two or more finger prints with the ‘arch’ pattern:


This isn’t about eliminating the struggle and discord or always living in quietness and serenity.  We need stressors to accomplish.   All contrast helps us gain perspective.  The key is: Balance.  What’s the remedy for converting struggle to ease? 

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