Each child is unique and has unique set of qualities which parents can’t identify.
Parents do not want the child to miss anything that they have missed in childhood.
Parents want to give more to their children, then what they have done in childhood.
Even though you love your children, you are not sure that you understand them.
Comparison with other children builds up peer pressure.
Parents use trial and error method to find out the areas of interest in the child.
Parents are confused while selecting the right stream and career for their children.
Selection of wrong hobbies may result into negative impact on academic also.
Don’t know why after putting so much efforts the child doesn't score well.
Don’t know how to handle the emotions of the child (hyper activeness).
Identify the strength & Hidden talent of your child.
Identify the learning obstacles and the weaker intelligence of your child to develop it
Understand and develop an effective way to interact with your child based on their inborn communication style.
Identify natural learning style of your child to give stress free learning.
Minimize time and financial commitments on unnecessary courses & classes.
Boost child’s self-confidence and strengthen parental bonds.
Helps parents and teachers to understand the child better.
Provide your child a happy childhood.
Select the career based on the comfort zone of an individual with the use of Efficient Brainy DMIT and scientific career counseling..
Medically it has been verified that the development of the brain, its lobes and fingerprints is done during the 7th and 21st week of pregnancy. Therefore there is a direct co-relation between the development of the brain and fingerprint. During the development the information is transcribed as our finger prints, that are unique for everyone.
With the Science of Dermatoglyphics one understands his or her hidden potential and talents. This is a science which studies the patterns of skins (dermal) ridges present on the fingers, toes and the soles of human. It reveals the congenital links between our fingers and our intrinsic qualities and talents. By analyzing dermatoglyphy, we can accurately understand the distribution and amount of cells in the left and right brain of the cell, and predict where the potential lies. Although everyone is bored with strengths and weaknesses; if they are identified early, we may further develop the strengths and improve our weakness, so that the left and right brain may grow in a more balanced and blend way.
The human brain is the most fascinating three pounds of matter on this Universe. During brain development, 250,000 neurons are added every minute. The right side of the brain controls the left side of the body and vice versa. The hemispheres are divided in terms of what kind of thought they process or produce.
During the earlier days, when American doctors discovered a strange case where the baby is born without a brain. In this case, 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 are synchronised with that of the neocortex. For example, children with Down Syndrome have a fingerprints with distinguishable characteristics.
Canadian neurology professor Penfield published the chart between brain regions and bodily functions. In the chart, the relationship between fingerprints and the brain is also pointed out. 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.
A fingerprint is an impression of the friction ridges found on the inner surface of a finger or a thumb. The science of fingerprinting constitutes the only unchangeable and infallible means of positive identification known to man. When humans come in contact with an object or touch it, they leave a proof behind in the form fingerprints – friction ridges of a human finger. Oil and sweat gets collected on these ridges and is transferred to objects, thus leaving a duplicate of the fingerprint pattern. Sometimes, the secretions may seep into an absorbent surface such as a paper, leaving a slight blot. And, sometimes if a finger makes contact with a liquid or a thick substance, such as ink or blood, it may leave a visible print behind. Human fingers, toes, palms and foot soles are naturally covered with friction ridges that help a person in gripping objects and the ground. These ridges are also connected to our nerves, so the individual feels even if it has a slightest of pressure against the ridge. These ridges create the patterns of the fingerprints. These fingerprint patterns are formed in the womb and remain in the body till death. They hardly change unless and until there is some kind of injury, mutation or external change. Our fingerprints have tiny lines of concentric ridges. The general forms these ridges take are loops, accidental, whorls and arches. There are many print records that are organized into these categories for easy reference during fingerprint analysis. The ridges make distinctive fingerprints that are based on minute variations in their patterns. The small differences are called finer points or minutiae. Common finer points include ridge endings, ridge splits culled bifurcations and crossovers that connect two ridges. Other minutiae include lakes, islands, and dots. Lakes are open places with a single ridge. Islands are small ridges, and dots are minute ridges that are nearly round. The fact that fingerprints remain unchanged almost throughout life is one reason that makes fingerprint analysis successful in identifying individuals from their prints. Every pattern is different and unique and not even one finger has the same print. Although no study has confirmed that all fingerprints are exclusive in all the years of records, no two have ever been found to be totally matching. Everyone’s finger pattern is exclusive, which is why they are used widely by forensics to identify individuals. Fingerprinting analysis has been used for more than a century, and is widely used by law enforcement agencies.
The Arch: In arches, the finger ridges run constantly from one side of the finger to the other with no re-curving. There are two groups that further define the arch pattern.
Plain Arch - This pattern has a uniformity of flow to it. Starts from one side of a finger, and then ridge move upward a bit, almost resembling a wave out in the ocean. The plain arch then continues the journey along the finger to the other side. The plain arch is most simple of the fingerprint patterns to tell the difference.
Tented Arch - This pattern is same like the plain arch and it begins on one side of the finger and flows out in a related pattern to the other side. Though, the disparity in the tented arch is in the ridges in the center that are not constant as in the case of the plain arch. The ridges, which connect each other in the center, join and push upward, giving the idea of a pitched tent.
The Loop: In loops, the ridges turn backwards but do not curl. This backward turn or loop is distinguished by how the loop flows in the hand and how it does not flow on the card on which the impression is taken. The mark on the fingerprint card is same as of the reverse image that we see when we see ourselves in the mirror.
The two sub-groups that Henry recognized in this category are:
Radial Loop - These loops flow to the radius bone of the hand
Ulnar Loop - These that flow when the descending slope of the loop is from the direction of the thumb toward the little finger of the hand.
Whorls: Whorls have patterns in which there are two or more deltas and there also exist a re-curve foregoing each delta. The four sub-groups of whorls are:
Spiral / Plain Whorl - In Whorls, build a turn of one complete route and therefore, are round or curved in shape. The plain whorl is the simplest of whorl and the most ordinary. There are at least two deltas and a ridge whose route can be curved, oval or round in shape.
Peacock's Eye / Central Pocket Whorl - In these whorls, one or more than one of the uncomplicated re-curves of the plain whorl re-curves twice. Composite / Double Loop Whorl – In these, there are two individual loop formations. In each of these, there are two completely divided and different sets of shoulders and deltas. Accidental Whorl - The work of the pattern is derived from two different types of patterns with at least two deltas. Whorls containing ridges match the characteristics of a meticulous whorl sub-grouping that are known as accidental whorls.
Variant / Accidental - The accidental pattern will contain two points of delta. One delta will be related to a re-curve and the other will be related to an upthrust.
Dermatoglyphics is that branch of science that makes one understand his or her own hidden potential and abilities. With the help of dermatoglyphics, we can find out our inborn advantages and give suggestions as per each person’s own characteristics with no prejudice. Our fingerprints never change in the whole life so it is completely different from people who read hands or fortune tellers, which only forecast our future by looking at the palms. Everyone acquires intrinsic intelligence from their parents and if one’s intelligence gets no chance to be motivated and further developed, there is no other way one can develop an intelligence of memory, understanding, analysis, reasoning, and application. By studying dermatoglyphy, we can exactly understand the distribution and number of cells in the left and right brain of the cell, and calculate where the potential lies.Dermotoglyphics analysis may help:
This analysis can be used to identify inner Characteristics, Ability, Hidden Talent & Potential as per below (child’s).
This analysis can be used for self-evaluation and compatibility with your spouse or business partner.
This analysis will disclose strength they have and to direct them to perform well at work.
This analysis is preferred for those who will like to make a career change and endeavour to start a new business or pick up new skills.
Most of the time parents misunderstand children simply as they are just not aware of their child’s inborn characteristics (inquisitive, disobedient, unrelenting etc.)
To realize and devise an effective way to relate with your child based on the child's inherent communication style.
To identify and build up a useful interaction method with your child.
Helps children in learning effectively.
Reinforces weak points of the child and endow him with an appropriate learning method.
A kinesthetic learner is fine in expressing their thoughts and feelings using body language and prefers to gain knowledge or learn through process and movement.
A visual learner has quick observation/visual differentiation and prefers to learn through reading and observing things.
An auditory learner likes to learn through oral practice or auditory sense and tries to assimilate, organize and arrange oral information.
To advise parents to position their child in courses where the set of programs suits the child’s inherent learning style.
To remove the ‘trial and error’ state when parents tries to make their child learn something without knowing whether the child will be able to understand.
Every child is unique and holds different genetic talents.
To utilize a proven method (up to 95% accuracy) to make known a child’s hidden potential and both strength and weakness.
To give parents a closer look into their child’s brain and to groom the child effectively and to nurture the talents they possess.
To help parents on focusing on their child’s potency.
Dermatoglyhics is an important directive for a child to look when he/she is choosing university major that best meets their abilities and potential. After graduation of your child, dermatoglyphics report will be helpful in providing advice to choose their careers.
Adolescence describes the teenage years between 13 to 19 and can be considered the transitional stage from childhood to adulthood. However the physical and psychological changes that occur in adolescence can start earlier, during the preteen or "tween" years (ages 9-12). Adolescence can be a time of both disorientation and discovery. This is a very important stage in the process of child growth and development, as it is the final step for a child before entering into adulthood. The age between 13 to 18 years, is the age of adolescence in the life of a child. Parents need to be highly careful while providing advice to their children of this age. They just cannot advise their children at this age on how to talk with other teenagers! According to studies, understanding children at this age is quite a tough task for many – including parents, neighbors and teachers. It may happen that parents might end up teaching that style of parenting which their parents used to when they were in childhood, but it might not work as times have changed a lot. Adolescence is that period in the development of a child during which, adolescents have to decide about their future line. Adolescents start taking their decisions independently which is one of the most things they can do. For example they will take decisions on making friendships without advice or help of parents. They will decide themselves what to buy for the money they have without consulting their parents. Clearly, this makes some kind of friction or gap between adolescents and their parents, but at the same time it is not that parents can’t help their children at this time. Studies reveal that the best thing they can do is let them learn from their own mistakes and decisions. Relatives, teachers and neighbors can play an important role model for adolescents. If adolescents want to be alone for some time, it’s ok – parents should not be worried about it. This is the basic process of a development of a child; development as daydreaming for hours about the future is one of the normal tendencies of adolescents. From the age of seven through twelve the brain begins to reduce the unnecessary worries in an attempt to get more organized and remove anything which is not required. During this age, children are curious to know about everything and to learn. In this age, they can absorb more than they will absorb in adulthood. Discovering their styles of learning and intelligence areas at this age gives them a hint or a clue on what courses and activities the child should spend more time on. The teenage years are more of aggressive and inquisitive years as the brain starts to expertise and build an identity. Learning styles if discovered at this age enhances the learning experience even more. At this stage, children can decide about your career.
Studies and formulations have found a unique pattern of language development in children. Children develop it more or less, as per their abilities or surrounding atmosphere, but going through this language pattern will help you recognize, as a dependable parent judging your own expectations for your child. Expecting a lot from a child put him under a pressure, which can be harmful to his growth and future.Children go through a number of different stages as language develops, from the earliest stage of producing cooing sounds through being able to produce complex, multi-word sentences.
The first stage of language development is known as the prelinguistic, babbling or cooing stage. During this period, which typically lasts from the age of three to nine months, babies begin to make vowel sounds such as oooooo and aaaaaaa. By five months, infants typically begin to babble and add consonant sounds to their sounds such as ba-ba-ba, ma-ma-ma or da-da-da.
The second stage is known as the one-word or holophase stage of language development. Around the age of 10 to 13 months, children will begin to produce their first real words. While children are only capable of producing a few, single words at this point, it is important to realize that they are able to understand considerably more. Infants begin to comprehend language about twice as fast as they are able to produce it.
The third stage begins around the age of 18 months, when children begin to use two word sentences. These sentences usually consist of just nouns and verbs, such as "Where daddy?" and "Puppy big!"
Around the age of two, children begin to produce short, multi-word sentences that have a subject and predicate. For example, a child might say "Mommy is nice" or "Want more candy." As children age, they continue to learn more new words every day. By the time they enter school around the age of five, children typically have a vocabulary of 10,000 words or more.
Children aren't just growing physically during early childhood,they are also developing new cognitive abilities as they mature. Early childhood is not only a period of amazing physical growth; it is also a time of remarkable mental development. Cognitive abilities associated with memory, reasoning, problem-solving and thinking continue to emerge throughout childhood.
A period of time between birth and age two during which an infant's knowledge of the world is limited to his or her sensory perceptions and motor activities. Behaviors are limited to simple motor responses caused by sensory stimuli.
A period between ages two and six during which a child learns to use language. During this stage, children do not yet understand concrete logic, cannot mentally manipulate information and are unable to take the point of view of other people.
A period between ages seven and eleven during which children gain a better understanding of mental operations. Children begin thinking logically about concrete events, but have difficulty understanding abstract or hypothetical concepts.
A period between ages twelve to adulthood when people develop the ability to think about abstract concepts. Skills such as logical thought, deductive reasoning and systematic planning also emerge during this stage.
Children are born with unique behavioural styles that influence their development from the womb until death. Each child is unique, and has a different way of looking at and interacting with the world. Children have different talents that develop as they grow and practice them. The child is not mere a piece of clay to be molded into an obedient citizen, but he should be seen as a force to be guided into a competent adult. Children are born with their natural style of interacting with or reacting to people, places, and things—their temperament. Since the 1950s, many scientific studies of temperament have continued to show that children's health and development are influenced by temperament. Children's temperament traits do appear to be quite stable through infancy and into childhood. A child’s personality is determined by the interaction of temperament traits with the environment. Each person (including your child) comes with a factory installed wiring. How your child is wired can determine whether they will be easy or difficult to raise. How well their temperament fits with the environment and how well they are received by the people in the environment will determine how a child sees himself and others.
Studies related to intellectual development of children focus on the growth of the brain.Human brain develops fully only in late adolescence and sometimes it’s fully developed in early adulthood that is just after adolescence stage in case of males. Parents at times expect their children to behave like adults but children can’t be adults. They can think like adults only after the age of 15.
Children are born with unique temperament characteristics. The examination of a child's temperament generally occurs when the child's behavior is difficult. We Homoeopaths use a series of interviews, observations, and questionnaires that measure the nine temperament traits using a spectrum (scale) indicating mild to intense responses or reactions. By understanding temperament, we homoeopaths can very easily get to know the personality of the child which thereby helps us in selecting the exact constitutional medicine & then a Homoeopath can work along with the parent in improving the personality of a child rather than trying to change his or her inborn traits.
The nine temperament traits which I use in my practice and an explanation of the dimensions are given below.
Activity: Is the child always moving and doing something OR does he or she have a more relaxed style?
Rhythmicity: Is the child regular in his or her eating and sleeping habits OR somewhat haphazard?
Approach/withdrawal: Does he or she "never meet a stranger" OR tend to shy away from new people or things?
Adaptability: Can the child adjust to changes in routines or plans easily or does he or she resist transitions?
Intensity: Does he or she react strongly to situations, either positive or negative, OR does he or she react calmly and quietly?
Mood: Does the child often express a negative outlook OR is he or she generally a positive person? Does his or her mood shift frequently OR is he or she usually even-tempered?
Persistence and attention span: Does the child give up as soon as a problem arises with a task OR does he or she keep on trying? Can he or she stick with an activity a long time OR does his or her mind tend to wander?
Distractibility: Is the child easily distracted from what he or she is doing OR can he or she shut out external distractions and stay with the current activity?
Sensory threshold: Is he or she bothered by external stimuli such as loud noises, bright lights, or food textures OR does he or she tend to ignore them?
Visual Learner use strong visual associations. Often use lists to organize life and thoughts. When spelling recognize words by how they look. Remember faces but forget names usually learn best by associating pictures with the words or concepts being used. benefit when visuals are used as part of a lecture(whiteboard, transparencies, powerpoint, films, videos, maps, charts, posters, graphs, etc).
Learn by listening to verbal instructions, remember by forming the sounds of words. Find it easy to remember names but forget faces. Often do well working out solutions or problems by talking them out. In most circumstances need to hear, say it in order to effectively commit to memory. Reading aloud instead of reading silently, talking to yourself, or repeating instructions to make sure understand them.
Learn by becoming physically involved and actually doing something with what’s being learned. ”Hands–on” activity is needed to grasp the learning! ”Being on the move” helps memory to work.
From 0-3 years of age, the emotional bend of the child starts to grow quickly. Knowing a child’s potential at an early age helps parents in making smart and easy decisions on parenting styles and educational methods.As an infant moves into toddlerhood, he learns new ways of life which help him to expand his horizons. With our DMIT-R one understands his or her hidden potential and talents.
Know your and your child innate characteristics.
Know your Childs learning style or ability.
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Innate personalities and characteristics.
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