When measuring the air shaped hand, we find that the palm is square, and that the fingers are long i.e. approximately 1 – 1.5 cm’s as long as the length of the palm. In nature, air exhibits principles of expansion, dispersiveness, formlessness, freedom, intangibility, and
When measuring the fire shaped hand, we find that the palm is oblong, that is, it is longer than it is wide. The fingers are short i.e. approximately 2cm shorter than the length of the palm. Scientific principles of fire include energy, force, heat, initiative,
Curiously, an extra interphalangeal crease runs across a phalange of one or more fingers of some people’s hands. While there remain three bones, it almost looks like there are four, instead of three phalanges. We question: In the area of life represented by that finger,
In palm reading with chirology, based on the four archetypes earth, water, fire and air, we have four differing dialogue styles of how to best to deepen rapport with our clients.
To gain rapport with someone with many air features, it is recommended that hand readers develop their vocabulary. Be the talkative communicator who is sophisticated in articulation. The person is conceptual and interested in impartial truth.
Be organized and define your points sharply and specifically. When counseling and coaching with chirology, punctuate your sentences expressively, and do not speak too slowly.
As dialogue therapists, our style of delivery can be beautifully refined with deepening our understanding of the elemental style and pace with which to convey our findings.
Chirology’s system of interpreting hands is called the ‘language of the elements’. In this context, it is the water element that is the overall regulator of our emotions. Individual emotions are then further sub-classified; each has an element with which it most resonates. Sadness, depression