July FMBR Newsletter
FMBR Meeting in July
Life Purpose Analysis from Fingerprint
With Richard Unger
July 27, 2018
Director of the International Institute of Hand Analysis
Life Purpose Analysis from Fingerprints
Like an acorn containing within it a picture of the oak tree it may someday become, each human has an imprint of their life purpose encoded in their unique and unalterable fingerprints.
Doctors study fingerprints as a DNA map for disease detection, psychiatrists use fingerprint analysis to better understand autism and schizophrenia, the Navaho People say, "The Great Spirit breathes in the breath of life and the tracks of that breath become our fingerprints." DNA imprint or Great Spirit's breath tracks, anyway you look at it, our Blueprint for Life is at our fingertips.
In this Friday night lecture, Richard Unger will discuss the medical research into fingerprint formation and how this correlates with soul psychology and life purpose; what life purpose really is, and how knowing your unique life purpose brings a greater sense of meaning and fulfillment into your life.
TIME: Friday, July 27, 2018 at 7:30 p.m. (doors open at 7 p.m.)
PLACE: Unity Community Church – Y.E.S. Hall,
3391 Middlefield Road, Palo Alto,CA
Richard Unger is the Founder and Director of the International Institute of Hand Analysis and is one of the foremost authorities on hand analysis in the world today. His unique system of Life Purpose Analysis is the culmination of fifty years of intensive research including the reading of over 60,000 pairs of hands. Richard has merged his own experience with an exhaustive study of the medical literature on fingerprints to create a specific and accurate assessment tool that has been useful to business, therapists and individuals. He has presented his Life Purpose Analysis System in the U.S., Canada, and Europe in lectures, workshops, and on radio and television. In 1985 Richard founded the INTERNATIONAL INSTITUTE OF HAND ANALYSIS in Marin, CA and currently serves as its Director. Richard is the author of LifePrints: Deciphering Your Life Purpose from Your Fingerprints.
His website: www.handanalysis.net
His email: richard -at- lifeprints.com
Members get in FREE. (Join FMBR now.)
A $15 donation is asked of non-members at the door.
Students with ID, a $5 donation is asked.
Saturday, July 28, 10AM-4PM
Doctors study fingerprints as a DNA map for disease detection, and psychiatrists use fingerprint analysis to better understand autism and schizophrenia. The Navaho People say, "The Great Spirit breathes in the breath of life and the tracks of that breath become our fingerprints." DNA imprint or Great Spirit's breath tracks, anyway you look at it, our Blueprint for Life is at our fingertips.
Richard will discuss the medical research into fingerprint formation and how this correlates with soul psychology and life purpose; what life purpose really is, and how knowing your unique life purpose brings a greater sense of meaning and fulfillment into your life.
In this Saturday workshop you will study your own fingerprints to decode your Life Purpose, using a combination of lecture and workbook exercises.
Save the Date - FMBR Summer Gathering
The annual summer gathering of the FMBR folk, will take place on Sunday, August 5th.
Save the date, the invitations will arrive soon.
The Secret Art
A Brief History of Radionic Technology
for the Creative Individual
by Duncan Laurie
( A history of radionics, starting with discussion of possible ancient art that was probably radionically oriented to a 1300 AD Babylonian geometric device [with many dials] to modern examples.)
Science and Scientism ( pages 21-22)
“Anthropologist Steve Mizrach defines scientism as, “The belief that science is the ultimate authority to which all problems and questions must be directed.
“Scientism" according to Mizrach, “utilizes a discursive space (scientific journals, symposia and conferences, scientific honors, organizations, etc.) which maintains the boundaries between establishment ‘insiders’ and ‘outsiders’ who are the scientists on the outside. Outsiders seek to imitate this space in order to try to ‘borrow’ some of the discursive space are forced to seek approval from science to be considered legitimate.
“Big science, formerly a challenge to religious authority, has today replaced much of that authority with its own set of assumptions and structures. Like the Church, it has its own language and jargon that reinforces its technical expertise and competence, its own complex support system in industry and government, its own media apparatuses, and its own system of reward and punishment. As such, scientism guarantees the power and authority of science, while maintaining the ability to neutralize competition from outside its hegemony that could challenge its authority.
“In approaching the notion of ‘alternative science’ and its resulting technology, it is important to differentiate between the initial goals of true science and the cultural imperative dictated by scientism.
“One must ask if the pursuit of empirical inquiry into areas deemed irrational by scientism automatically becomes pseudoscience in a negative sense of the word, or whether scientific inquiry can remain impartial in the unfamiliar terrain, even one void of a familiar rationality. One needs only rational. Just follow scientific rationalism into the world quantum reality and modern astrophysics to determine just how far this slender thread can be stretched.”
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