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Lifeprints: Deciphering Your Life Purpose from Your Fingerprints Paperback – September 1, 2007
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"LifePrints is a meticulously researched and fascinating manual." -- Evolve Magazine
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* A guide to discovering one's life purpose by decoding the map revealed in our unique combination of fingerprints. * This new system is based on the author's 25 years of research and fingerprint statistics for more than 52,000 hands. * Features step-by-step instructions for identifying the fingerprints and mapping the life lessons for reaching our full potential. * Includes detailed case studies plus fingerprint readings for Albert Einstein, John F. Kennedy, Amelia Earhart, Walt Disney, Susan B. Anthony, Martin Luther King, Charles Manson, and others.
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I once thought of having lots of whorl as extremely lucky; someone once told me that the more one has, the greater that person will be held in higher esteem within society... Ha! Not quite what I got from the interpretation from this book but it easily make sense. It is only the capable who can give and give and give without forsaking themselves; steely not bending under the toil of pressure of demand nor getting lost under scrutiny and all the while maintaining clarity,purpose,strength and compromise to make good use of this strangely bestowed blessing(mixed with pain).
I most definitely thank the author for gifting us such a book.
While this art is not of real value to the scientific world, the book provides real insight to a kind of manifestation of pattern from physical imprints to indicate real people with their accompanying patterns of character,or, what for some of us who couldnt understand but would like to know better the so called 'calling in life' dilemma. Each combination and their meaning makes many of the stories valuable to the reader who can now better understand others; an individual's unique personal truth of 'their' own life's (literally, like that biblical phrase "God makes different people on earth to weave the "fabric of life".. !)
People follow their dreams. It may be the perfect path to their calling in life when these are the truly blessed to know from the start. For some of us, who has doubt midway, feel lost or has been made to confront a stuck situation in life, this book will surely help you to bust through the blockade or accept n make do a gift not readily accepted. It can most help people understand others' puzzled existence. But for the individual, it is a good personal guide.
* On a side note, the occult is a familiar subject for me. But for my science based atheist father, it is noteworthy that he would mention his palm lines would change through the years while he took a occasional look at his hand, adding, that he thought the finger prints mayb of a possible n fixed unique meaning that one inherits upon birth. For a non believer of a greater being of power, it is funny that he treats fingerprints as not just gene manifestation but possible something more unique than just pure nature. Genes and patterns need not be senseless nature or adaptivity. Their existence carries meaning beyond our understanding.
I have used the analysis in LifePrints for myself and for several family members, friends and acquaintances. For reasons that seem to make no good sense (unless Unger is right), the results are incredibly accurate.
This is not palmistry, in the sense that it's not a prediction of your life's story. Rather, it's an analysis of who you are: strengths, limitations, life purpose and life lesson.
It's very, very interesting--and fun to read your own fingerprints. The step-by-step directions tell you how to take readings. Then there are chapters on the several differnt print-types.You can believe in it or not. Either way, it's aninexpensive way to have fun that may turn out to be rather revealing!