To find out more about dermatoglyphics, we talk to Leny Painan and Jacky Cheng, Founders of Mind Genius International distributors for 'My DNA', a dermatoglyphics analysis software.
Every child has their own learning style. Some are kinesthetic learners, others auditory or visual. Each child also has their own unique talent and potential, but sadly for many of us, our talent and potential goes unrecognised and so we end up struggling in school and sometimes work.Thankfully that does not have to be the case anymore. Modern science has made our life that little bit easier. By doing a dermatoglyphics analysis (study of fingerprints), you can now better understand yourself and your child and thus equip them with skills and systems to awaken the ‘geniuses’ in them.Sounds to good to be true? Yeah, that’s exactly what we thought, until we did our own test and what do you know? It was eerily accurate!
Hi Jacky, Hi Leny. Thanks for agreeing to this interview. So first up, what in the world is Dermatoglyphics and how do you pronounce it?! To find out more about dermatoglyphics, we talk to Leny Painan and Jacky Cheng, Founders of Mind Genius International distributers for ‘My DNA’, a dermatoglyphics analysis software.
Jacky Cheng: From ancient Greek derma = “skin”, glyph = “carving”, dermatoglyphics is the study of fingerprints. It is pronounced DER-MAH-TOE-GLY-PHICS. Basically there are four main types of finger prints, whorl, ulnar loop, radial loop and arch. Each of these different prints represents a different trait.The study of dermatoglyphics started in 1823, when Joannes Evangelista Purkinji started to research and systematise the protruding fingerprints on human palms and toe prints on the soles of the feet. After many years of analysis and classification, medical experts and scientists discovered that the amount of brain cells distributed in different parts of the brain helps us to understand the brain, the child’s multiple intelligences as well as latent potential and personality. It is used in diverse fields ranging from medicine to criminology.Similar to palm readings?
Interesting! It sounds similar to palm reading!
Our finger prints on the other hand, do not change. In fact studies have shown that our fingerprints outlast us. When a person dies and his body is decomposing, his fingerprints are the last to go.
Leny Painan: No, it is not at all similar. Our palm lines are indented and because they are indented they change and because they can change, fortune tellers make a fortune!
How Will a Dermatoglyphics Assessment Benefit Me?
Leny Painan: Every child possesses unique qualities and potential. If through scientific methods, we can understand a child’s innate characteristics and aptitude, we can better teach them. If one is naturally already strong, with more clarity, the strong gets stronger. However, if one is naturally already weak and then is not developed in later life/stages, one may lose that ability. As such, it is vital to give the accurate and right stimulation as soon as possible to avoid the deterioration of precious ability.
What Age Should I Do the Assessment?
Jacky Cheng: You can do it at any age – even newborn babies can take the test! Your finger prints are formed before you are born and never changes.
What Happens During a Dermatoglyphics Assessment?
To find our more about dermatoglyphics, visit Genius Minds at http://www.geniusminds.net/Jacky Cheng: There is no poking or prodding! All you have to do is place each finger on a machine which scans your prints. In less than a week you report will be ready for collection. The report will be about 20 pages long. The first page of the report will indicate your innate learning potential and your peak hidden potential. It will also reveal what type of learner you are. Page two expounds on your learning style and mentions your key personality traits. Page three looks at your primary and secondary character traits as well as your parenting style (for those above 21). Page four looks at your strengths and your weaknesses and offers strategies on how to improve your weaknesses and strengthen your strengths. Page five and six looks at your multiple intelligence and offers career planning recommendations. The subsequent pages explain the science of dermatoglyphics, the human brain, and multiple intelligence.
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