Should we waste a lot of time and energy trying to make our child change or rather to make him what we want him to be?
Through DMIA you can identify your child’s inborn characteristics and their intelligences. Using the analysis report you can make sure you are helping your child excel in the field that he/she is naturally good at and inclined towards.
How about parents, do we need to take the test?
Yes, we strongly recommended that parents also get their Dermatoglyphics Analysis done.
The analysis would help you understand each other better and also understand what your individual strengths are and how you can apply them in your child’s development.
It will also help you better understand the bond that you share with your child.
Who is DMIA for?
DMIA is a system that helps everyone understand themselves and their relationships better. You could take advantage of the system to further your personal development, improve your compatibility with your partner, guide your kids better to succeed in life, or even understand your employees’ roles better.
How does this apply to various age groups?
• Toddlers (age 1-4)
Knowing a toddler's potentials at the early age help parents make decisions on parenting styles and educational methods.
• Children (age 4-12)
At this age, children are curious to learn and they can absorb more than they will when they grow older. Discovering their learning styles and areas of intelligences at this age gives a clue to what extracurricular courses and activities they should spend more time on.
• Teenagers & Young Adults (age 12-25)
Discovering learning styles at this age can better enhance one's learning experience. It also serves as a guideline on what type of courses or careers one should take.
• Adult (age 25+)
Understanding one's areas of intelligences help an adult make decisions on careers.
Understanding more about oneself can help adults communicate better and thus build better relationships.
Employers can also apply dermatoglyphics analysis to find out the strength and weakness of their employees for position placement.
What is the relationship between fingerprints and the human brain?
Medical experts have for long questioned the link between fingerprints and the brain. However, the absence of fingerprints in a rare case of a child being born without a brain, shed light on many connections between the two.
Neurobiologists point out that our fingerprints development is synchronized with that of the Neocortex. For example, children with Down syndrome have 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. A Japanese medical expert also pointed out that the fingers are closely related to the brain hemisphere.
How often do I have to get my DMIA done?
The science of dermatoglyphics is based on our unique and unchanging fingerprints, which in turn reflect the similarly permanent neural pathways in our brain. As such, once you get your DMI Analysis with us, the report holds true throughout your life.