DMI Analysis is an integration of neuroscience, psychology and behavioral science and it is based on the formation and the amount of ridges present on the finger prints. Fingerprints are usually formed during the 13th and 19th week of an embryo. They begin to develop in the embryo in the 13th week, and are formed by the 24th week. It is closely related to the infant's brain development. Because of this process, fingerprints can be used to determine innate qualities of any person. This helps you in taking action on your strengths and your areas of improvement.
American doctors discovered a strange case where the baby is born without a brain, resulting in the realization that the absence of brain is associated with the absence of fingerprints as well. Cases like this repeated throughout history, leading medical experts to believe that the brain is absolutely linked to the fingerprints.
Neurobiologists point out that our fingerprints development is synchronized with that of the Neocortex. For example, children with Down Syndrome have fingerprints with distinguishable characteristics.
Japanese medical expert professor pointed out that the fingers are closely related to the brain hemisphere. Therefore, this has been widely used in many fields.
No, our fingerprints are as invariable as they are unique. Between year 1626 and1690, Spanish Dr. Marcello Malphigi pioneered the scientific research on fingerprints examined fingerprints and record them. In his research, he discovered that individual fingerprints are unique. Later on, dermatoglyphic experts proofed that fingerprints are not only unique, but invariable as well. Currently, the invariability of fingerprints contributes greatly to criminal investigation. Through fingerprints, law enforcers could identify perpetrators with unequivocal accuracy.
Currently, the major goal of dermatoglyphics is to determine an individual’s innate characteristics (which includes personalities and performances). Additionally, it reveals the innate learning styles, strengths and weaknesses. Dermatoglyphics is also involved in the medical field of research, such as Down Syndrome, psychosis and bipolar disorder. These researches are conducted systematically with sound scientific theories to produce accurate results. Therefore, only professional practitioners can provide reliable information regarding dermatoglyphics.
On the other hand, some practitioners misused dermatoglyphics and conduct fortune-telling instead of proper analysis. This practice is considered a faux pas as dermatoglyphics is based on genetic research instead of baseless predictions. Consumers are therefore reminded to exercise caution should they encounter practitioners with questionable techniques.
Medical experts, with observation, recording, comparisons, induction and other methods, and clinical experiences, confirmed that fingerprints provide accurate analysis of a person's multiple intelligences and potential. Experts who study it, believe that fingerprints were marks of embryonic nerves, which may reflect one's genetic potential. If we understand and decode out inborn potential with the help of Brain Intelligence Test and nurture out innate abilities, it will tremendously help everybody in terms of career development, featuring human brain potential, talent and characteristics. You can identify your child's areas of strength by analyzing his/her fingerprints.
DMI Analysis is not an IQ test. It is a test of multiple intelligences includes linguistic intelligence, logical and mathematical intelligence, spatial intelligence, body - kinesthetic intelligence, musical intelligence, interpersonal intelligence, intrapersonal intelligence, and last but not least naturalist intelligence which is include in the eight intelligence, where "IQ" can be simply summarized as a simple test which takes into consideration only logical and mathematical intelligence test.
Palmistry or Chiromancy is the divination of the future by interpretation of the concave furrows of our palms. The lines of the palms are impermanent and will change over time. According to over 7000+ research papers and reports by various scientists, the human brain is closely related to fingerprint patterns. With the aid of computers, we can now analyze the brain composition, organization, learning models and styles, eight intelligences and personalities.
DMI Analysis is the science of comparing, analyzing, and classifying the patterns of skin and ridge counts of each person's fingerprints. The analysis does not tell one’s future, but rather gives a comprehensive insight into one’s innate intelligence distributions, potentials, and preferred learning and communication styles. The information contained in the Intelligence report will not change with age, unlike the ones use by fortunetellers.
Toddlers, teen agers, youngsters, adults, couples, schools, entrepreneurs, psychologists, counselors etc.
In Conventional method of testing uses questionnaire format where answer were influenced by the emotional and mental state of individual most of the times, where in DMI Analysis, such parameters don't affect analysis so it leads to accurate results.
Yes, we have a follow-up remedial mechanism in place. We offer special counseling sessions to our clients specially the parents. We recommend inputs to the young children so that they improve upon their learning capabilities by enhancing their grasping powers.
There is tremendous reference material available. Those who need to explore it in details may check for it.
1. Fingerprint Directories by Sir Francis Galton
2. Medical palmistry by Katherine St. Hill
3. The Hand As A Mirror Of Systemic Disease by Theodore J Berry
4. The Doctor’s Guide To Better Health Through Palmistry by Eugene Scheimann
5. Hand Of Clinical Dermatoglyphic by Musallam S Elbualy & Joan D Schinderier
6. Dermatoglyphics In Medical Disorder by Blanka Schauman & Milton Alter
7. Hand Psychology by Andrew Flitzherbert
8. Dermatoglyphics of Schizophrenics by Amrita Bagga
9. Trends In Dermatoglyphics Research by Norris M Durham & Chris C Plato
10. The Learning Revolution by Jeannette Vos & Gordon Dryden
11. Palm Therapy – Program Your Mind Through Your Palms by Moshe Zwang
12. The Art Of Hand Reading by Lori Reid
13. The Emotional Brain by Joseph LeDaux
14. The Science of Fingerprints by US Department Of Justice
15. Fingerprints, Palms And Soles – An Introduction to Dermatoglyphics by Dr Harold Cummins & Dr Charles Midlo
16. Frames Of Mind : The Theory Of Multiple Intelligence by Dr Howard Gardner
17. Multiple Intelligence : The Theory In Practice by Dr Howard Gardner