皮纹检测

IGenetic Dermatoglyphics Testing can provide a report of an individual’s innate, inherited strengths and weaknesses. From there, an analysis of the individual’s intelligences, the development of their brain, and the state of their cerebral cortex can be measured. Based on that report, we can provide recommendations on how to nurture the individual’s talents or maintain the health of the brain.

What are print patterns?

Print patterns are the formation of ridges on the individual’s fingers, palms, and soles of the feet. The ridge patterns on the finger are called fingerprints; the ridge patterns on the palm are called palm prints. The development of these hand- and footprints begins during the 13th week of gestation and continues through to the 19th week; from that point onwards, print patterns become permanently fixed in shape.

The science concerning print patterns

Half a century ago, scientists discovered the connection between fingerprints and innate multiple intelligences. At that point in time, the medical field had already determined that the fingerprints and neural networks of a foetus would develop in tandem, and that fingerprints would remain unchanged after fully forming. Later, it would be shown that prints, neural networks, and innate traits and intelligences were all linked together. Such a theory was supported by Sir Francis Galton’s 1983 discovery that biological family members showed a hereditary pattern concerning fingerprints.

Why should I get a dermatoglyphics report for my child?

The main purpose of dermatoglyphics testing is to allow parents, guardians, and other figures of authority to assess and understand the behaviour, intelligences, and unique abilities of a child. When you understand the child’s individuality through their dermatoglyphics report, you can choose to raise the child in the ways that fit them best. Hence, there will be more cooperation as well as communication and less fighting. It also means that education and nurturing will be more effective.

How can dermatoglyphics testing help parents/guardians?

  1. When it highlights a child’s good but underdeveloped potential as a result of inadequate stimulation or inappropriate parenting techniques.

  2. By providing an explanation of why a child often acts in a contrary manner.

  3. By providing an explanation of why a child is hyperactive, inattentive, distractible, or lacking in persistence.

  4. By providing recommendations for the best way to raise a child so that they may grow to fulfill their potential.

How to correctly review and use dermatoglyphics analyses:

  1. Respect a child’s individuality and work on fostering better communication.

  2. Understand how the brain works in order to help the child overcome any learning disabilities.

  3. Understand the child’s natural gifts and provide appropriate nurturing; modify teaching techniques to suit the child’s needs.

  4. Provide different learning environments based on the child’s personality, intelligences, and way of thinking.

  5. Use as a guideline for parenting techniques and to determine which of the child’s strengths to foster and which of the child’s weaknesses to improve on.

  6. Get a head start in understanding the child’s strengths in order to ease future choice of academic and professional fields. Form a clearer life plan.