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Palmistry & Hand Reading

                                                            “May I see your hands?”
History
Palmistry existed in India for a few thousand years BC, but didn't arrive in Europe till the 12th Century. Indian hand reading had already spread to China and Japan where it was refined.   Arabic traders picked it up on their travels and took it to Europe.

But since it was linked to Islam, Christian translators at Universities applied their own religious symbolism to the meanings of the hands.  Not long after, the first European palmistry books appeared.  In the 14th Century the Gypsies came to Europe with their system of Indian hand reading and combined it with their gifts for clairvoyance.

These early forms of hand reading: Arabic, Christian, and Gypsy, all came from ancient Indian palmistry.

Benefits
Palmistry is a science – based on the study of your hands – that can help you know yourself better. Palmistry-based counseling can be used for self-discovery, relationships, career options, recovery from depression, opportunities for children, etc. One of the greatest benefits of palmistry is that hand prints taken at different times provide you with "Before" and "After" snapshots of your personality. This can be a great tool to chart progress in mental healing or attitude/habit reforming.     

The hand changes throughout your life. The lives that you see in your palm now are not quiet the same as they were there a year ago, and probably very different from the five years ago. Although your hand gives an outline of your life, it is only a tentative outline. You yourself will have the final decision in the course your life will take. Whether you want the position or not,  you are the captain of your soul.

The modern theory is that the lines of the hand represent graphic shorthand of the circuits of the brain. The nerve group that controls the hands is exactly in the centre of the brain, and all the electrical energies of our thinking pass through it. Palmists feel that the lines on the hand are formed in some relation to thought patterns, nerve linkages, or even chromosomal structures.

   

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