Hands reflect the whole person; their motivation, personal needs, temperament, and spirit. Analyzing hands to better understand ourselves and others is what palmistry is all about.
In The Hand from A to Z, Judith Hipskind Collins shares her knowledge of palmistry and explains why hand analysis works. This trusted guide, formerly titled Palmistry: The Whole View, has been updated and greatly expanded. The new edition includes over 185 illustrations and features a unique palmistry dictionary of more than 250 personality and character traits, along with their corresponding physical features. Also new to this edition is a complete interpretation and analysis of three actual palm prints.
Suitable for both beginners and professional palmists, this book shows how to read and interpret every facet of the hand-the shape, gestures, flexibility, mounts, fingers, lines, and nails-and then synthesize the various factors in a holistic and positive way, focusing on using the information in a constructive manner. The Hand from A to Z even includes tips on finding a reliable palmist.
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