What I’ve said before about Scientific Hand Analysis is that I love the fact that it’s, well, scientific. The creator of Scientific Hand Analysis, Richard Unger, and the founder of the International Institute of Hand Analysis (IIHA), combined the ancient art of palmistry with the study of fingerprints and created a system of non-predictive Hand Analysis where the results are consistent and duplicatable.
Richard Unger also spent years researching in medical libraries and consulting with professionals from the medical and psychological fields. In order to validate his theories, he tested them on over 50,000 pairs of hands.
In the following video, Richard reveals some fascinating ideas about Scientific Hand Analysis:
According to Richard Unger and Scientific Hand Analysis, your life purpose (one of the most important things we can learn from Scientific Hand Analysis) is found in your fingertips – specifically in your fingerprints. One thing we know about fingerprints is they never change. That’s why fingerprints are used to identify people.
The implication here is that your Life Purpose never changes. Richard Unger speaks about the possibility that before a baby is born, his or her life purpose could already be determined!
Wow! This makes me think that a Scientific Hand Analysis should be part of everyone’s education. Imagine the targeted decisions you could make simply by knowing this information at an early age.
The Changes in Your Hands
As you live your life and encounter life lessons and challenges along the way, your hands will change to reflect this evolution. Like a puzzle, your hands tell the story of your life. In fact, neither hand is dominant. Both hands reveal the same information but, as Richard Unger puts it, the left hand is a messier version of the right hand.
A further explanation offered by Richard Unger is this: He sees the left hand and the right hand as you would if two cameras were pointing to the same subject. They both show the same image, but from a slightly different perspective.
The Hands of Jacqueline Kennedy-Onassis
Richard Unger sparks a fascinating conversation when he talks about the idea of being able to analyze the hands of famous people. Just imagine what we could learn about someone like Jacqueline Kennedy-Onassis, or another historical person simply by looking at their hands and fingerprints.
I’m curious to know if there’s a famous person whose hands you’d love to see analyzed? Add your comments below and let me know.
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Entrepreneur, “Purpose Mastery” Coach and Scientific Hand Analyst, Kristine Gravelle-Rystenbil helps you tap into your Purpose, so you can access your Potential in relationships, career, and business.
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