Scientific Hand Analysis had a huge impact on me. So much so that when I was working on my new coaching and mentoring programs, I knew this was something I wanted to be able to bring into other peoples lives. Giving them the same insight that I had gotten, when I needed it the most.
In this post I want to focus on how the prints on your fingertips correspond to your Soul Pattern. Your fingerprints are formed between the 14-16th week of pregnancy and they never change. They are a life long pattern and they reflect the life long patterns of … well, your life! There are four basic fingerprint patterns that correspond to the four different Soul Patterns. What do your fingerprints look like?
There are also fingerprint variations such as “Composite Whorl” and combination prints like the “Peacock” which is a Loop/Whorl mashup. This is where it gets tricky and it helps to have a Hand Analyst on hand!
The Soul Pattern that’s your life theme (Panicked/Peaceful, Confused/Confident, Judging/Joyous, or Sacrificing/Successful) is based on the type of fingerprints you have, as well as the number of each type.
- 2 Arches qualifies you to be the Penny Soul Pattern (the most rare fingerprints)
- 2 Tented Arches qualifies you to be the Connie Soul Pattern
- 8 Loops qualifies you to be the Julie Soul Pattern (the most common fingerprints)
- 4 Whorls qualifies you to be the Suzie Soul Pattern
There’s so much more information in your fingerprints too, including your Life Purpose and Life Lesson. With my private clients, I like to start at the very beginning with that big-picture life theme. Because I am a Scientific Hand Analyst, knowing a person’s Soul Pattern instantly informs me of a person’s self-sabotages, blindspots, and fears. And it also tells me how to help they can best approach their creativity — their creative approach, creative catalyst, and their creative legacy. Talk about a time saver! I can take my clients deeper, faster.
Having the knowledge about Soul Patterns allows me to create a tailored mentoring program that’s as unique as a person’s fingerprints. It’s a very out-of-the-box approach and so much fun for everyone.
“There is nothing more affirming and validating than understanding how you are designed — to know that there is nothing wrong with who you are and the way you do things.”
That’s when you can ditch the negative self talk and thinking that you should do things differently, because you know that you were perfectly designed to be you! And all of the energy you spend on beating yourself up is freed up for your creativity and your life.
Next time, I’m going to talk a little bit about the Fate Line, which actually has nothing to do with fate or destiny in the Scientific Hand Analysis world. Instead, the Fate Line is about how a person does his or her work — how responsible and accountable they are to themselves and others, where they get distracted from a project, and whether they are good at finishing things or they need a little extra support to see things through to the end — like your creative projects. (Can you believe that’s really all there in your hands? Amazing!)