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Fingerprint Impression Kits

By on August 20, 2014
Memory Smith Finger Print Impression Kit

Some things you’ll never get a second chance at – a little bit of foresight can go a long way.

The loss of someone you love dearly, when they die, can leave a massive open wound that does not always allow you to think clearly enough to make choices at the time that can ease the pain for you down the track. This is why you need to know about The Fingerprint Impression Kit NOW.

The thing that so few people realise about death and dying is that when it happens we very rarely are able to be resourceful in the moment. The emotional impact can knock us sideways and thinking clearly is one of the things we may not even realise is being impaired.

It is at these times that we often find ourselves so close to the sacredness of life, and the things that we may wish most deeply for is the ability to establish an intimacy with our interconnectedness and love for this person who has died.

There is something you can do that allows that physical connection to stay with you.

The artist Wassily Kandinskisaid: “That is beautiful which is produced by the inner need which springs from the soul”

It is this inner need for us which springs from our soul that I want to talk about.

There are some very basic things that we arrive with when we take our first breath on Planet Earth. We arrive with our life force and the body that it resides in. That body has something entirely unique about it which is expressed powerfully through the finger, hand and foot prints that we arrive with. A little later we are gifted a name which people know us by, sometimes we even share our name with others, but our finger prints are the thing that is exclusively ours and no one else can ever take from us.

It has been said: “You can’t change your fingerprints. You have only ten of them. And you leave them on everything you touch…” including the people who love you. “You once told me, our fingerprints don’t fade from the lives we touch.”

It may even be that the patterns on our fingers are an inherited aspect of our lineage. Scientists have found that family members often share the same general fingerprint patterns. “Human fingerprints are detailed, unique, difficult to alter, and durable over the life of an individual making them suitable as long-term markers of human identity”

My grandaughter Nina-Elizabeth's, who died in utero, prints

My grandaughter Nina-Elizabeth’s prints – she died in utero – Bless her

Thousands of years ago fingerprints were used as identifiers for many important things. They’ve been discovered on Chinese and Greek pottery, in Egyptian tombs and sometimes so deeply embedded into clay that they are obviously someone’s way of saying “I was here” It is the finger, hand and foot prints of your loved one that enable you to stay close to them even after they have died.

Once you have these prints you can take your time before deciding what you want to do with them. What you do not get a second chance with is getting their prints once their body has been taken away.

There is a very simple solution for you, which is where your foresight comes into play. A wonderful friend of mine Tracy who runs The Memory Smith which makes beautiful unique fingerprint jewellery has created a kit to make this really easy for you.

Tracy & Trypheyna

Tracy & Trypheyna

Her Fingerprint Impression Kit not only has the safe putty to be able to take moulds, but also has the materials to be able to take hand and foot prints on a special photographic paper. The instructions support you to be able capture these really precious mementos of your loved ones. This can be done before end of life or after, but you need to have the kit on hand, just as you would have a first aid kit handy for when you needed it.

It has been discovered that even some animals have also evolved their own unique prints, especially those that climb like chimpanzees and gorillas and interestingly also Australian koalas. Apparently it can be quite difficult to distinguish the fingerprints of a koala and a human even with a microscope. So some people might also want to take the prints of their special companion animal.

Thousands of years ago a Persian doctor commented “Experience shows that no two individuals have fingers exactly alike” Knowing that the one thing that is totally unique to your loved one is their snowflake-unique “fingerprints, I suggest you don’t take the risk of losing your chance to capture this sacred gift.

Get your Fingerprint Impression Kit NOW

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