Mistakes by Palm Readers That Can Ruin Their Reputation
Palm reading is not a psychic reading; it is also not fortune telling. People have been reading palms for thousands of years, and of course many still believe it is just garbage, thanks to unprofessional hand readers. However, every day, more people want to learn about it. Unfortunately, though, it is not something you can just learn in a single book or website and start charging people money for a reading.
Here are a few mistakes by palm readers:
1. Reading only from one hand.
One of the most common mistakes is that they might not understand that there’s a difference between reading the right and left hand. The right and left hands are usually different, which is why I always look at both. The hand that a person writes with is their dominant hand, and the lines describe what is going on in their material or outer world right now as well as the future. It shows what we are experiencing and whether we have developed and grown from our past.
The non-dominant hand defines what is mostly happening on an inner level (the past) or what is potential. It shows what we feel we could be doing or should be doing. Read the history from the non-dominant hand, but both hands can depict past events due to timing on the lines.
It is a good idea to keep a record of the palm by taking a clear digital photo, a photocopy or ink print of both palms. This way, you can look them up later to see if there have been any changes.
2. Not being open to a personalised experience.
There are books and websites that teach how to read palms. While these guides can often be useful for people who are just starting out, there’s no one set way to do a reading to make it right. Most people have a specific question in mind and want to focus more on that subject. It’s no use a palm reading going on and on about one aspect that is of no interest to the client. Find out what it is that they want from you as a reader and they will feel more satisfied at the end.
3. Mistakes by Palm Readers: Pretending to be an expert.
Just like with profession, it takes experience and years of study before someone can call themselves an expert. Many first-time palm readers get something right once, and from then on, they think it will happen every single time. However, every person is different, and just because a particular mark meant one thing for one person, it doesn’t say it will be the same for the next. Ask questions, let them know that you’re not an expert and give a reading which makes the client feel at ease. They will feel comfortable knowing that the things you might say to them are not necessarily gospel.
4. Not being open to alternative meanings.
You might find a mark on the palm that someone said (or you read somewhere) that it means a specific thing. The meaning might be entirely wrong for the person who is getting the reading. Always have a second and maybe third meaning to give the client a chance to choose which is likely to be the case for them. For example An island on the life line, it can denote illness or injury. It can also mean the person is divided in their decisions, or they are going through a period of uncertainty. There are many scenarios for a line to be divided, so please do not frighten your clients by telling them it is a distressing sign.
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