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The Traces of the Soul

[Die Spuren der Seele]** The Traces of the Soul (** not yet translated The Traces of the Soul, What our Hands and Feet Reveal about us)

Ruediger Dahlke, Rita Fasel
Die Spuren der Seele, was Hand und Fuß über uns verraten
240 Seiten | Hardcover Gräfe und Unzer-Verlag
Price: 19,90 € (D) | 20,50 € (A) | 35,90 CHF
ISBN 978-3-8338-0722-0

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ISBN: 9788024917115 (Tschechisch)
Ruce odrážejí náš vztah k životu. Nohy zase jak rozumíme sami sobě. Tak nás ruce i nohy přivádějí na stopu naší duše. Jaké charakterové vlastnosti si s sebou člověk nese do života? Jaké stopy na nás život zanechal? Jaký potenciál se v člověku skrývá a jak ho uskuteční? Na základě učení o archetypech a elementech autoři knihy srozumitelně a názorně vysvětlují, jak rozeznáte úkoly své duše a jak můžete rozpustit své blokující vzorce chování.
Huellas del alma / Traces of the soul
von Ruediger Dahlke, Rita Fasel 

ISBN 9789871260225 (Spanish) Albatros/Argentina Le Impronte dell'Anima / che cosa le mani e i piedi rivelano di noi von Ruediger Dahlke und Rita Fasel ISBN 9788827222409  (Italian) Genere: Salute e benessere

Easy-to-grasp self-awareness with a sound footing

Do we really hold our destiny in our own hands? “Yes definitely,” says the holistic doctor Ruediger Dahlke and shows in his new book - "Traces of the Soul" - which information our hands and feet can provide about the inherent nature, potential, or destiny of a person.

Who wouldn’t want to be able to better recognise themselves or to discover hidden aspects of others as well? In other words, to be able to draw conclusions from what is visible about what is not? In this respect, our hands provide a wealth of information with little distortion. In addition, they show our relationship to the world, while the feet reflect our understanding of ourselves. Ruediger Dahlke and Rita Fasel explain the various correlations between the form of our hands and feet in line with the Archetypal Principles and the Primal Elements. In keeping with the Archetypal Principles, every toe and finger is assigned to a particular topic, such as joy for life (index finger) or sorrow (left big toe). In contrast, the four Primal Elements, which can be read, for example, from the form of hands, point to fundamental character traits.

In addition to this, the authors interpret the sign-ificance of the lengths of our fingers and toes along with their orientation and colour, the lines in our fingerprints, our style of walking or our overall stance in general. The length of a person’s step, for example, shows how much space they are prepared to take up and how much of a hurry they are in to get ahead in life. On top of this, by using the art of hand-reading, we can also make use of the four Primal Elements to check out the person that we intend to give our hand to when tying the knot for life. For instance, in the case of a union between two people, in which one has a square-shaped hand and short fingers (= Earth hand: traditional and down-to-earth) and the other an elongated palm with long fingers (= Water hand: dreamy and emotional), we can predict an encounter between two very different partners with a good deal of potential for conflict and misunderstandings.

The book brings together a wealth of both traditional and new knowledge about hands and feet while at the same time establishing fascinating correlations between these and the life of their respective owners. The authors draw their findings about the art of hand and foot reading from experiential-based medicine, Egyptian traditions and from personal observations in their practical, day-to-day work clients. To facilitate one’s own self-analysis, there are numerous photos and illustrations, as well as sample interpretations of the fingerprints and feet of the authors themselves.

Born in 1951, Dr. Ruediger Dahlke, a doctor and psychotherapist since 1979, completed additional qualifications in naturopathic medicine, as well as furthering his training in homeopathy during the course of his medical studies. With his books about disease pattern interpretation, Dahlke has established a holistic approach to psychosomatic medicine, which over the past 25 years has found an ever-increasing number of followers, and in the meantime, has even found its way into advanced training programs for the General Medical Council.

Rita Fasel, born in 1963, has acquired professional training in various extremely diverse domains related to working with the body, among other things in European and Tibetan iridology, Archetypal Medicine, psychology, Feng Shui, yoga and meditation and continually strives to enhance this training. Since 1982, she has also devoted herself to the art of hand and foot-reading. At various schools and institutions, she leads seminars for energy weeks, as well as yoga and fasting courses, and together with Ruediger Dahlke, she directs the ecologically-oriented “TamanGa”-seminarcentre, in the Austrian Styria.