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Inner Growth Institute

 

黃先生在2014年與Janey,Rose和葉廣勤先生的導師團隊共同創立IGI。主要目的是通過皮紋學來協助家長開發子女的內在潛能及調解關於孩子成長過程中遇到的困難。所有IGI的導師都有國際智能與潛能發展協會(IIPDA)的認證。完成了IGI一系列課程的學生也可以獲得IIPDA認證。

 

皮紋學是一門包含遺傳學,腦神經科學,心理學以及統計學的應用科學。近期科學研究指出皮紋學可以準確地識別基因異常。由於人體手指均反映大腦十個不同的區域,因此皮紋與大腦發展可謂息息相關,意味著各種紋型在不同手指上能反映出個人的內在潛力。除此之外,皮紋報告的分析結果也可提供對個人職業前途的精準建議,甚至能夠發掘適合自己的溝通方法及技巧。

IGI was founded in 2014 by Mr WW Wong with a tutor team of Janey Chau, Rose Chan and KK Yip and its primary goals is to help parents with discovering their children talents through an innovative method called dermatoglyphics. Dermatoglyphics is an area of study on the relation of different fingerprints patterns and many other factors regarding a person’s characteristics including innate talents and wellbeing. All our tutors have taken a course on dermatoglyphics and after seeing its potential as a tool for helping parents, they founded IGI in order to provide a new perspective for parents who are struggling for a clear direction for their children’s development.

Conceptually, dermatoglyphics is a combination of Genetics, Neuroscience, Psychology and Statistics. One of its most notable uses is identifying genetic abnormalities, as research has showed that there is a strong relation between one’s brain development and  fingerprints. IGI leverages such connection to discover children’s talents. Each of the ten fingers represents a specific area of the brain, which is responsible for the respective area of thinking. Fingerprint patterns can hence help offer some insights into the innate talent of an individual. There are also many other applications for dermatoglyphics. The same results from the report can be used to provide insights into one’s career or even help people to with team collaboration at workplace.