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Helping Children Identify Their Capabilities Through DMIT

Helping Children Identify Their Capabilities Through DMIT

In today’s competitive age there is a lot of pressure on children to excel not only in studies but in sports and other fields too. But what many fail to understand is that not every child is emotionally and mentally equipped to cope with the pressures. In this fast paced highly competitive scenario, understanding a child’s talent and potential is every parent’s first and foremost concern. Dermatoglyphicsis the scientific study of skin patterns found on the finger tips. The brain has five lobes and each lobe is connected with each finger tips. The finger prints are like photographs of each lobes of the brain. DMIT uses a person’s fingerprints to map the brain and analyze their personality traits and shares a report analysis. Dermatoglyphics determines an individual’s innate characteristics, which include personalities and performances. It also reveals an individual’s innate learning styles, strengths and weaknesses. A person’s finger prints are scanned and sent for analysis and the report analysis is shared within a week/ two weeks. The report assessment session that follows the testing, elaborates on what the test results are and how it can be useful. It helps a child and parent to re-arrange, inculcate, and plan for a successful life ahead. This test helps parents understand a child’s inborn studying pattern. It helps to break the mental barrier and thereby increasing child’s confidence and scores. It also helps in understanding child’s interest and which can help clarify what career path the child can take. With this test, a child’s behavioral pattern at home and outside, whether the child is an introvert or extrovert, if he or she...
How Do You Learn Best? Look at Your Hands!

How Do You Learn Best? Look at Your Hands!

HOUSTON — What if you were given a blueprint of your mind, with a map showing how you learn and what areas you are built to excel? Based on multiple intelligence research by Harvard Professor Howard Gardner, a new testing system was formed called the “Innate Intellect Evaluation.” How it Works Human behavior specialist and CEO of Like it Matters Scott Black has studied Gardner’s intelligence research and is now helping others. “Here’s how the process works, I capture your fingerprints and within 24 to 48 hours I have a 36-page report that not only identifies eight intellects but how that person processes visually, auditorily, or kinesthetically,” Black said. There are five things that are unique to each human being: DNA, eye cornea, brain map, life experience, and fingerprints. Human fingerprints form between week 13 and 21 of a baby’s development in the womb. The unique designs in human fingers are connected to specific lobes of the brain. These determine how people learn and process information. “God made a mimeograph, a copy, a ditto: each one of these prints on your finger is the exact map of the brain lobe that its connected to. Five fingers: five lobes,” Black said. Each lobe controls a specific type of learning skill. Through this testing, you can identify what areas of our brains are more dominant and active. Learning Styles Testing results could also be a tool for parents. By understanding how your kids learn and what environment they flourish in, parents can identify areas that require extra attention or where a child will excel. Listed are the eight different learning styles...
Your career lies in the fingerprints

Your career lies in the fingerprints

Fingerprints can tell you whether to be a musician or a banker or a sportsperson. A ‘Potential Assessment Test’ will assist you in making the right choice of subjects to pursue in higher education. School students have just been through their exams. However, they are struggling for the correct choice of subjects and streams. To deal with this, a large number of parents are approaching counsellors to get help in a unique method, called the ‘Potential Assessment Test’ (PAT). “Every day, four to five parents are approaching us for the test these days, since exams are over now. A majority of students are always confused with their career choices and subjects to pursue in higher education. We help them identify their potential in a particular field,” informed a counsellor, dealing in the test. “This is called ‘Potential Assessment Test’. First, we perform a test called ‘Dermatoglyphics Multiple Intelligence Test’ (DMIT), wherein with the help of fingerprints, we identify the potential of a person in different fields. I would clarify that this is absolutely scientific,” affirmed Shivani Singh, another counsellor. Vandna Jain, a parent from New Kitchlu Nagar, shares: “I took my daughter Visheshka, who is in class 7, for the ‘Potential Assessment Test’. And I was surprised with the result. Not only was her potential highlighted, but we were even given a remedy for improving her weaker points. Insisting upon children to cram their subjects is not a solution, but making them learn things according to their interest is what I have learnt.” Students are also counselled after identifying their weak points, and then remedies are suggested for that,...
Identifying inborn strengths of an individual through DMIT

Identifying inborn strengths of an individual through DMIT

The inborn potentials, intelligence and strengths of individuals to     reach the highest possibilities of achievement and self realisation in life  can be identified through Dermatoglyphics Multiple Intelligence Test (DMIT). Meera P Abhimanyu, CEO, Elixir 5Q Solutions, said the primary tool analysis is a combination of new computer technology and science. This tool is administered by scanning and comparing the fingerprint patterns to find out the inborn advantages of each person with no bias. The epidermal lines-pattern skin strokes on the fingerprints have a correlation with the growth hormone system in brain cells. These connections instigate the behaviour resulting into intelligence of the person and determine the right intelligence of the person through  the analysis of fingerprints, she said. The fingerprints thus determine the neuron connections of the brain to estimate the right talent and skill of the child or an adult. DMIT has been accepted as a diagnostic tool in these 20 years and it has been extended into public research field as a dominant science. Benefits of doing DMIT includes minimising time and financial commitments on unnecessary courses, boost self confidence, strengthen bonds among family members, provide yourself with a happy and stress free life, rekindle your passion for living and revive dreams from the past, invest wisely in suitable self-development programmes, assess IQ, EQ, AQ, CQ and SQ, plan ahead to achieve goals and discover own abilities. Elixer is a franchisee of GODDS in India with the Singapore-based ADRC recognition. GODDS CEO Gilroy D’Costa said the multiple intelligence tool developed by mapping Dr Howard Gardner’s MI, lives of people can be transformed towards living a much happier...