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Importance of Dermatoglyphs

Human-beings possess unique identification traits. Some of the traits used by modern science for our unique identification are – DNA, Iris, Finger prints and tongue print.

The fingers and hands are very closely linked to our brain and ultimately, to the distribution of our unique set of Multiple Intellects. It was Nobel-prize winner psycho-biologist Dr. Roger Sperry who discovered that humans are of two minds. He found that the human brain has specialized functions on the right and left, and that the two sides can operate the body almost independently.

Do you know that fingerprints and brain connections are formed when we were still fetuses of about 13 to 21 weeks old? Medical and scientific studies show that our fingerprints correlate with the amount of brain cell distributed in different parts of the brain. These findings help us understand a person’s multiple intelligences, innate potential capabilities and personality traits.

Dr. Roger Sperry’s Dual Brain Theory clearly identified the fact that the right hemisphere of our brain controls left side of the body and the left hemisphere of our brain controls the right side of our body. The relationship of our brain to our hand is depicted through the following graphical representation, this progressive science of linking brain activities to specific regions of our brain is the basis of Science Dermatoglyph (D&MIT)"

Relation of Brain Lobes to fingers:

Multiple Intelligence & Dual Brain Theory:

Introduction of the theory of Multiple Intelligence by Dr. Gardner and the Dual-Brain Theory of Dr. Sperry, helped in building the relationship further by going into Dermatoglyphics and its link to the brain. This study showed that each of our 10 fingers coincide with our Multiple Intellect and our inborn talents and abilities. It was further revealed that if the fingerprints of a person are captured accurately and analyzed correctly, each of the10 inborn Multiple Intellect can be unlocked and focused for the betterment of the person. This is especially important during the foundation of learning from 0 – 8 years old. Our brain grows until we are 16 years old and by the time we reach 17 years onwards, improvement is by personal choice.

Stages of Brain Development:


Age Action Impact on Brain
Pre-Natal (In Womb) Life Area Embryonic Stages Fetus brain being developed
0-3 years Comfortable or Not Comfortable Emotional Stages Myelination (Important for efficient & complex processing) Model Period Stimulation of Auditory, Kinesthetic and Visual senses
4-8 years Fun or not Fun Thinking stages Extension of network Formulation period Strength of Auditory, Kinesthetic and Visual function
9-16 years Should or Should not Mental & Spiritual stages Systematization Adaptation period Internalized Auditory, Kinesthetic and Visual function
17 years and above Want or Don’t Want Application Stage Brain Model Operation
 

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