Thread: The Chinese Ring Routine
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01-14-2009, 02:24 AM #1
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Saw this posted on another forum. It's a very good routine (if done in the proper situation). For example, if conversation comes up about marriage, parents, siblings, or anything that you can tie this into, it's absolute gold for initiating/escalating kino.
The Chinese Ring Routine
I have no idea who to credit this with, but all I can say it that I will definitely be using this one.
This was a blulletin that was floating around myspace a long time ago, I coppied it to use at a later date so it wouldn't be so fresh in peoples' mind.
You really have to be careful how you lead into this gambit/routine because it could convey the wrong message.
I'll just post the outline and let you all use your imaginations on how to structure it into a routine... I don't like to spoon feed people lines, you just become effing robots when that happens.
Why should the wedding ring be worn on the fourth finger?
There is a beautiful and convincing explanation given by the Chinese.....
Thumb represents your Parents
Second (Index) finger represents your Siblings
Middle finger represents your-Self
Fourth (Ring) finger represents your Life Partner
& the Last (Little) finger represents your children
Firstly, open your palms (face to face), bend the middle fingers and hold them together - back to back
Secondly, open and hold the remaining three fingers and the thumb - tip to tip
(As shown in the figure below):
Now, try to separate your thumbs (representing the parents)..., they will open, because your parents are not destined to live with you lifelong, and have to leave you sooner or later.
Please join your thumbs as before and separate your Index fingers (representing siblings)...., they will also open, because your brothers and sisters will have their own families and will have to lead their own separate lives.
Now join the Index fingers and separate your Little fingers (representing your children)...., they will open too, because the children also will get married and settle down on their own some day.
Finally, join your Little fingers, and try to separate your Ring fingers (representing your spouse).
You will be surprised to see that you just CANNOT....., because Husband & Wife have to remain together all their lives - through thick and thin!!
01-15-2009, 09:05 AM #2
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actually if you are into palm reading, it can relate a lot seeing as each finger represents something, you could do the same but with greek gods...read this somewhere, dont remember now but, its a pretty cool routine . For summary look below:
THUMB = Poseidon, representing individuality
INDEX = Zeus, representing dominance, power, and energy
MIDDLE = Dionysus, representing irreverence, rebelliousness, and decadence
RING = Aphrodite, representing love and romance
PINKY = Ares, representing conflict
For further explanation Read here:
THE RING FINGER ROUTINE
Notice a gleam of metal on her fingers (a ring) and say, “I have to ask before I run: Why
did you chose to wear that ring on that particular finger….Interesting…Do you always wear
those rings on the same fingers?” (Note: Of course they always do, because that’s where
Then continue, “I have a friend who’s a spiritual type, and she just told me that like the
finger you choose to wear your rings on says something about your personality…”
If she is not wearing any rings, just ask instead, “Out of curiosity, and I’ll explain why I’m
asking in a second, when you do wear rings, what fingers are they usually on?” If she
normally doesn’t wear wings, ask, “Well, if you were to wear a ring, and it wasn’t a
wedding ring obviously, what finger would it be on?”
Then go on to explain:
“Each one of these mounds” – the pads on the palm where the fingers join the hand -is
represented by a different God, and in Greek culture, you wear a ring on that finger to
praise and pay homage to that particular god.
“For example, the thumb represents Poseidon which as you know is the god of the sea.
And he was very independent. He was the only god who didn't live on Mount Olympus. He
did his own thing. And the thumb kind of sticks out, it kind of does its own thing. People
who wear thumb rings are therefore very individual and independent and generally do
their own thing. They don’t follow trends, but prefer instead to set their own.
The index finger is represented by Zeus. Zeus was the king of all gods, and the God of
Thunder and Lightning. That's a very dominant finger, and having a ring there means you
tend to be a more dominant person.” (Wave your index finger at them like "no no no" or
"don't do that.”) It represents power and immense energy.
Your middle finger is represented by Dionysus who is the god of wine and partying. He is
a very irreverent God. So if you have a ring there, it means you tend to do what ever you
want and care less about what others think.” (Then lift your middle finger up on its own
and give the bird and say, “It’s like fuck you to the world.” When they are wearing a ring
on that finger, they always laugh at this.)
“Your ring finger is of course represented by Aphrodite. She is the goddess of love, and
that is why we wear our wedding rings on that finger. (You can add all kinds of romantic
cold-reading lines here, like, "When you fall for someone, you tend to fall completely for
“Interestingly, it is the only finger that has a vein that goes straight to the heart without
branching off, and so when someone puts a ring on that finger, they’re actually making a
direct connection with your heart.” (If she is comfortable, you can trace a line from her
finger up her arm as you say this.)
“The pinky is represented by Ares. who is the God of war, and that's why you see
mobsters wearing pinky rings, It represents conflict.”
If she is wearing a pinky ring, ask, "Did you buy that yourself or did someone give it to
you?” If she bought it herself, it means she is sometimes at war with herself and has
some inner conflict, maybe an emotional conflict or something she is not comfortable with
herself about. If she was given it by someone ask, then ask by whom and tell her there
may be some tension below the surface between the two of them, some unresolved
problem that she just haven't solved yet.
If the women ask, “How do you know this?" You may respond, "An ex-girlfriend of mine
was into mythology and taught it to me."
If she has a ring on her wedding finger ask, "Is that an engagement ring or do you just
wear that to keep the womanizers away?" You’ll be surprised how often the latter is true.