4 – Radial Loop Patterns

fingerprint-radial-loop(4) Radial Loop Patterns
Form: The opposite of ulnar loop, the “waterfall” flows toward the thumb.
Characteristics: thinks independently and cleverly, like to question and criticize, self-centered, loves to go against the majority.

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Identify Areas of Strength from Dermatoglyphics

Identify Areas of Strength from Dermatoglyphics

You can identify your child’s areas of strength by analyzing his/her fingerprints.

Right hand represents logic and reasoning

Right hand reflects the left brain, which controls knowledge, reasoning, and thinking.

  • Thumb: ability to manage one self; reasoning and self-control.
  • Index finger: logical reasoning, the ability to manage numbers.
  • Middle: ability to control fine motor.
  • Ring finger: language ability.
  • Little finger: observation, reading, and comprehension ability.

Left hand represents feelings

Left hand reflects the right brain, which is responsible for self-control and subconscious.

  • Thumb: creativity, interpersonal and leadership skills.
  • Index finger: artistic concepts.
  • Middle: ability to control gross motor.
  • Ring finger: melody and music; the ability to process and appreciate music.
  • Little finger: image, the ability to determine abstract patterns & visual sense.

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Certified Dermatoglyphics Analyst Program

There are a many trainings on understanding dermatoglyphics. The following course outline is a sample of what a typical course will cover:

Dermatoglyphics Analyst certification training- Certified Dermatoglyphics Analyst Program- Course Outline:

1. New concepts in Learning

  • Introduction to Parents- Teachers- Professionals Pyrimid.
  • Understand the importance of innate charachter.

2. History of Dermatoglyphics

  • “The Fingerprint” from Francis Galton
  • “Fingerprints & Palmer Dermatoglyphics” by Professor Edward DeCampbel
  • “The establishment of Dermatoglyphcis” by Professor Howard Cummins
  • “Analytic Dermatoglyphic Characteristics Program”

3. Scientific background of Dermatoglyphics

  • Clinical research related to fingerprints and palm
  • Case study

4. Fingerprint Classification and Characteristics

  • Whorl, Loop, Arch, and other accidentals

5. Fingerprint Ridge Count

  • Total ridge count in relation to neuron distribution
  • Neuron distribution of persons with learning disability
  • Case study

6. Neurophysiology

  • The fundamentals of brain physiology

7. The Application of Dermatoglyphics

  • Child Development
  • Business Strategies
  • Interpersonal relationship management

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