What is DMIA?
Dermatoglyphics Multiple Intelligence Analysis (DMIA) is a system that combines the scientific study of fingerprints (dermatoglyphics) with the study of Multiple Intelligence. The system helps to identify our intrinsic potential that we might not even be aware of. Learn More ...
What is Dermatoglyphics?
Dermatoglyphics is the scientific study of fingerprints. The term was coined by Dr. Harold Cummins, the Father of Dermatoglyphics.
The field studies the ridge formations on our hands and the soles of our feet. These patterns are formed during the same stage of the embryo development as the spinal cord and the brain. As the brain develops more and more creases, our fingerprints start reflecting these patterns as well. Each of our 10 fingers corresponds to a different region of our brain and the way it is developed.
What is Multiple Intelligence?
In his 1983 book, Harvard psychologist Howard Gardner challenged the belief that the ‘IQ’ system alone could help gauge the complexities of the human brain and the human potential.
According to Gardner, we should not just look at one measure of IQ to understand our own capabilities, but rather study the several ‘basic intelligences’ that form our personality and intelligence. Learn More...
How accurate is DMIA?
There is a very high degree of accuracy in Dermatoglyphics Multiple Intelligence Analysis.
Our fingerprints are determined by our DNA and they have a direct co-relation to how our brain develops. Scientists have studied and have proved the correlation between the ‘ridges on the fingers’ & the ‘Ridges on the brain’. They have also proven how this can help us identify the ‘intellect’ level of an individual.
An important factor in the accuracy levels of DMIA is that the subject’s fingerprints should be the sole source of information used for analysis. This prevents any clouding of the results (leading to inaccuracy) based on communication skills, intellectual/emotional maturity, etc.
Is DMIA similar to astrology/palmistry?
There are various differences between DMIA and the various fields like astrology, palmistry, etc. DMIA helps us understand our inborn strengths and weaknesses, study the present (as opposed to the future), and is reliant entirely on the neural pathways in our brain and the way they are reflected in our fingerprints.
Further, palmistry studies the lines of the palms which are subject to change over time. DMIA however studies the fingerprints which remain the same from the time we are born.
How does DMIA help me?
Using the revolutionary DMIA system helps us identify your inborn talents and help you build them into strengths, so that you can consistently enjoy the rewards.
By properly identifying your talents, aptitude, and strengths, we can help focus your attention and efforts on these areas to help further your development.
How is DMIA done and what does this include?
Step 1: Your fingerprints are acquired on a ‘Biometric Scanner’.
Step 2: Our expert performs a complete analysis – including a computerized and a manual report
Step 3: Our expert explains the report in depth and answers all your queries over 2 professional counseling sessions.
Over the course of the report review, if you feel that you need any assistance, our DMIA experts will be more than happy to chalk out a development plan for you. We will then work with you to ensure the optimum stimulation of your strengths. We can also help you connect with a specialist that will be able to address any special needs or therapy that you might decide to opt for.
How does it help me as a Parent?
By getting a DMIA report for your children, you will be able to better understand their inborn strengths, natural preferences, learning style, and behaviors. As a result, not only will you be able to better communicate with your children, but also guide them to better success in fields and hobbies that they are naturally inclined towards.
When is the best time to get a DMI Analysis done for my children?
The earlier you get your children’s report, the sooner you will be able to guide them onto the right path.
Through child development research, it has been established that our learning capacity is at its best during our preschool years. As we grow older, we start losing our ability to grasp new concepts, abilities, and talents.
If a child does not get the right kind of stimulus at the right age, natural neurological circuits will not develop properly, leading to reduced performance in that particular area.