Here’s What Your Fingerprints Reveal About Your Personality!

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There are many different ways in which an individual’s personality has been linked to certain physical parts of the human body. The one attribute that stands out above the rest seems to be our hands. They often hold the most information about our lives and are thought to reveal subtle clues in regards to many things, such as the way we act, make choices, and behave in general.

One simple, yet common, example is that we often compare and contrast left handed people with individuals who are right handed. Those who are left hand dominant are seen as better artists and become angry or scared easier than their right handed counterparts.

In a similar alternative, in palmistry the lines on the palms of hands are closely examined, which can indicate our character traits, personality, and destiny in life. Another way in which we can analyze our personalities is by looking at the lines which make up our fingerprints.

The scientific process that envelops the study of fingerprints in light of behavioral and psycho-analytical aspects is called dermatoglyphics analysis. By closely examining our own prints we can determine certain aspects about our personalities that are commonly associated with the three main fingerprint types; curves, loops, and swirls.

Below is a breakdown of the different traits and attributes that are associated with each one. All you need to do is look closely at your finger print patterns and compare them against choices 1, 2, and 3 to see what they reveal.

People who have lines which curve in a similar fashion to the picture of type one above are full of energy and always busy. Those with curved prints love and appreciate music and art, and they are very loyal friends who never give up on those close to them. This also corresponds to being extremely confident in terms of one’s self and everything they do.

In fact, they naturally ooze confidence and self-assurance so much that it shows in how they move, walk, and hold themselves. They make up their mind quickly and always stick with what they think is best. While that can be a positive attribute, it can get them into trouble from time to time, and they often struggle to see things from someone else’s perspective.

Those who have loops in their prints, like type two, tend to be very calm, serene, laid back and relaxed people. They are warm and open, often empathizing with others, and easily make friends. Even though they are responsible to the fullest degree, they barely ever make a first move or take initiative, instead preferring to let others take the lead.

In addition, if they find work to be tedious or boring they will lose all interest in it and be depressed until they switch it up. It’s easy to tell how these people are feeling at any given moment because they are emotionally open and predictable. They also are often in very good, if not excellent, shape and health.

People with swirls on their fingerprints like those shown in type three are known for having short tempers. That’s because they are very independent and self-reflective, choosing to hide their deeply complex thoughts and feelings rather than tell them to anyone else. They often start several projects at once and yet rarely follow anything through to completion.

Even though their unpredictable nature never ceases to surprise others, they pick up on things quickly and can easily read and analyze their surroundings to their advantage. People with swirl patterns are the lone wolves of society and are more independent and distrusting of others. However, once you get to know them and earn their trust, you’ll learn they are witty and talented.

Take a moment to look at your fingerprints and the chart, then see what your finger tips reveal about your personality. All in all, this is a neat, fun, and different way to take a moment to yourself in which you can reflect upon, and dig a little deeper into, what makes you who you are. As always, have fun and enjoy!

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