Palmistry Every Day Your Life's Path Revealed in the Palm of Your Hand
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Discover Your Life’s Path with Every Day Palmistry
Use palmistry each day to reveal the answers to your greatest questions of love, career, health, and other future life choices. This essential guide will show you how to interpret not only the lines on your palms, but also the ever-changing condition of your hand’s skin, bone structure, muscles, and more.
Palmistry Every Day provides a unique look at the ancient practice of chiromancy, and teaches you how to read palms for yourself and others. While it’s a common misunderstanding that palm reading should only be done once in your lifetime, this comprehensive manual encourages you to monitor your hands on a daily basis to anticipate the future. By narrowing your focus and working with aspects of your personality, you’ll learn how to take the endless possibilities of divination into your own hands.
Wouldn't it be great if you could have a warning system in place to let you know when the work day is about to be so brutally horrible that you might as well just stay in bed? Actually, everybody has access to such a warning system, and it lies right in the palm of your hand. Alexandra Chauran, author of Palmistry Every Day, provides 10 clues to look for in your palms to indicate that perhaps you should stay home from work today.
If the fleshy mounts and flat plains are the topography of your hand, the lines are the roads that cross it as you journey through life. Get familiar with the major freeways that mark just about everyone's hand, even if you don't see them change much, because they will help you as reference points for the mounts. Just as you might say, "Hey, didn't there used to be a fast food joint on this...
I talk to people about tarot all the time, and one of the things I hear a lot is, "Oh, I'm not good at tarot," or, "I've tried and it just doesn't work for me," or, "I just don't feel it with the cards."
Well, first of all, you might not feel it, and that's okay. I grew up playing cards, from Go Fish through Hearts and Gin Rummy, everyone in my... read this article