Have you ever had your palms read? I’ve done it a couple of times and it’s a fascinating experience. I even got a small book about palmistry, which shed light on some interesting facts.
The palms have lines, and each of them holds a unique meaning for various aspects of our lives. Some lines intersect with others, while others are longer or shorter. The intersections carry one meaning, the sizes another, and so on.
You might be wondering how to learn palmistry and become a palm reader. The answer is that anyone can become a palm reader, but your success will depend on your understanding, analysis, discernment, responsibility, and, of course, experience. This is a skill that has been passed down from generation to generation within families.
I’ve met different palmists in different countries, and I can say that everything they told me was accurate to some extent and made sense to listen to. However, I once received a controversial reading when I got it done with someone else. The reader mixed both our readings and tried to help us with our problems. He attempted to use the reading to convince us to follow his advice to stay together, despite the fact that we were both single and just friends. This was a typical case of a conservative man who couldn’t understand the friendship between a man and a woman.
Palm reading is an intriguing practice, and whether or not you believe in it, it’s worth giving it a try.