(Book one and two all-in-one). This is the paperback palmistry book you need. It is called Life and Destiny Palmistry, the Complete Book of Hand Analysis. It combines the first two versions of Destiny Palmistry plus a lot more new and exciting content. The front has a clear contents section to quickly find a subject. Or you can use the complete index at the back of the book to find specific information.
Whether you are a beginner or have experience, there is always something new to learn. Not only are there various opinions about hand analysis, but also different cultures. I hope to give you enough diversity in this book so that you can also form your own opinion.
Palmistry is more than merely looking at the lines on the hands. The art of analysing hands is about seeing the character and discovering your potential and purpose in life. If you are interested in examining the hands for personal reasons or if you are a therapist, counsellor, or healer, studying the hands can allow you to add additional means to your range of work. You can give your clients more insight and clarity in attaining their maximum power to achieve goals.
What’s in it?
In this paperback palmistry book, I have included some example readings from which you will learn some surprising things about personality profiling. You can even learn how you might discover your life purpose. What are your strengths? And what are your weaknesses?
What show’s a gentle person or a potentially violent personality? Or what about someone who can make money? The signs of a risk-taker or an addict. What about money signs? The fish sign? The Simian line? You will learn about each of these and more. You can shake someone’s hand and immediately get an idea about their basic personality; how fantastic is that?
Discover what all those lines on your palm mean. Start from the basics of hand analysis by learning about skin texture, fingernails and even the shape of the fingers. We use all these hand features when doing a palm reading, and you can learn it all in this book.
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