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Post  Admin on Tue Jan 20, 2009 9:17 am

What exactly is a Simian line?

This is when you have only 2 major lines on your hand instead of three. Instead of having a heart line and a headline you have only one line. This means that the energy of the heart (feelings) and the head (thoughts) are fused.

Why is it called a Simian crease?

Because apes also only have two lines on their hands.

The Simian crease is the most medically researched marker on hands because it is the most noticeable. A very high percentage of Down's syndrome children have this marker. But this doesn't mean everyone with this marker has Down's. Quite the opposite! Many highly intelligent, highly evolved people have this marker.

The Simian line is a powerful gift marker. If you have this marker in your hand, know that you are blessed with tremendous powers that other people don't have.

If you have a double Simian then you are a very rare bird indeed. Your talents are multiplied. But, the penalty for not using your gift is also multiplied. (Normally this marker is just on one hand).

What exactly is a Simian line?

This is when you have only 2 major lines on your hand instead of three. Instead of having a heart line and a headline you have only one line. This means that the energy of the heart (feelings) and the head (thoughts) are fused.

Why is it called a Simian crease?

Because apes also only have two lines on their hands.

The Simian crease is the most medically researched marker on hands because it is the most noticeable. A very high percentage of Down's syndrome children have this marker. But this doesn't mean everyone with this marker has Down's. Quite the opposite! Many highly intelligent, highly evolved people have this marker.

The Simian line is a powerful gift marker. If you have this marker in your hand, know that you are blessed with tremendous powers that other people don't have.

If you have a double Simian then you are a very rare bird indeed. Your talents are multiplied. But, the penalty for not using your gift is also multiplied. (Normally this marker is just on one hand).

The more conscious you are, the more likely you are to be in the positive side of this marker.

What are my gifts?

Know that you are blessed with gifts of extremism, intensity and stamina. This is a tremendous gift. Hone it!

How?


1. Get very clear about what you want because you have been given far more power than others to achieve your goals. When you want something you want it with your heart and mind.

2. Be conscious rather than unconscious about your gift and its shadow side (feeling misunderstood).

3. The more conscious you are, the more you can turn this gift into a positive resource rather than a handicap.

4. Make sure you have a worthy project or career upon which you can focus your intensity or you'll start lighting fires in all the wrong places.




Your hurdles:


1. Other people can't keep up. Be more tolerant and understanding of this. Try not to judge others for not keeping up with you.

2. You always do a lot more than others. Same as above; be gentle on others for not having your gift. You will always do more because you can do more. Love this about yourself but also learn to manage your energy and set clear boundaries so that you don't burn out.

3. Your energy is either on or off. All or nothing. People around you might see you as inflexible and may not support you as a result. Seek their support through mutual respect of each other's needs. Try to be conscious of when you are taking an extreme view.

4. Feeling and being misunderstood (the black box syndrome). Communication in both directions tend to get scrambled. Ask for feedback, double check communication if you think people have misunderstood you.




Typical examples:


1. Your intensity comes across as anger or frustration

2. people give their opinion and you hear it as criticism

3. You may come across as cold and aloof when you think you are being considerate




Always ask you listener, 'What did you hear me say?' or 'Could you please tell me what you just heard me say?'
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