For Scientific Hand Analysis, that is!
Last time, I wrote about Scientific Hand Analysis and what can be found by looking at your unique fingerprints (click here to read that blog). Very quickly I realized just how much information there was to share and I knew I had to split the blog into two parts!
This time I wanted to speak more about another facet of Hand Analysis: analyzing Fate Lines. And yes I know, you’ve probably got some preconceived notions of what your Fate Lines are — you’ve seen those same TV shows and movies that I had when I was first discovering Hand Analysis. You know the ones where the fortune teller how many times you would be married, and whether or not you would have any children just by glancing at the palm of your hand.
Like I said last time, I was skeptical too.
But thats not what Fate Line analysis is.
In Scientific Hand Analysis, the patterns in your life are reflected by the patterns in your hands.
Fate Line analysis is just as important, but in a different way. This aspect of hand analysis is all about getting down to work. Specifically how you do your work.
Productivity and being in the flow
The analysis of your Fate Lines tells me what kind of work cycle is best for you, your consistency when you’re working, where and how you you might lose interest or get distracted, how easy tasks are for you to complete and your biggest work advantage. In other words, it’s all about how you can be more productive and allow your creative work to flow.
There’s even the belief — with research to back it —that says that the lines in your hands correspond to the neural pathways in your brain. (Check out the article in Forbes Magazine that features my friend Jayne Sanders. We went through some of our Hand Analysis training together!)
If you take a quick look at your palms now (if you haven’t already!), you will see that your right and left palms probably look very different. Below are graphics that represent the Fate Lines on my hands. You can see from looking at them that they are completely different, and they show different aspects of my working and creative life.