Love in the Palm of Your Hand: How to Use Palmistry for Successful Relationships
Publisher : Inner Traditions/Bear & Company
Description
A practical illustrated guide to finding meaningful relationships through the art of palmistry


• Hundreds of illustrations allow you to compare the palms of friends and loved ones to different personality types to see how compatible you are


• Includes a palm print kit allowing you to print your palm for accurate readings


The lines of our palms are like continuous printouts of our experiences, thoughts, and emotions. For 4,500 years the Indian science of morphology known as Samudrik Shasta, the "ocean of knowledge," has studied these printouts, developing an unparalleled ability to interpret them. Though often thought of as only a tool for fortune-telling, palmistry is used in India for personality assessment and counseling. By seeing our own personalities as they are reflected in the unique signature of our palms, we learn why we succeed in some relationships and not others, and what we can do to strengthen bonds with the most important people in our lives.

Love in the Palm of Your Hand provides complete and practical information on the science of palmistry. Hundreds of illustrations of actual palms allow you to compare the palms of your friends and loved ones to different personality types and see how changes in character over time are reflected in the lines of the hand. Included with the book is an inked acetate kit that you can use to print and read your own palm.





Praise and Reviews
Most palmistry books on the market today focus on how to predict the future. While Love in the Palm of Your Hand teaches that, too, what makes it stand above the rest is its demonstration that studying the lines in your palm can help you evolve and achieve fulfillment in your life. . . . one of the best books I've ever seen on palmistry."
Pamela Wilcox, New Age Retailer, September 1999

"Love in the Palm of Your Hand is written by a true professional. Birla's interpretations are insightful and articulate, with wonderful illustrative examples of real life diagnoses. This is not the kind of book you will read just one time; you will want to keep it by your bedside to refer to as often as you come across an intriguing palm pattern. Palms up to Love in the Palm of Your Hand!"
Jenya Lemeshow, Talking Leaves, Winter 2000




 
Ghanshyam Singh Birla
Ghanshyam Singh Birla founded the National Research Institute for Self-Understanding and the Palmistry Center in Montreal, Canada, in 1972. Dr. Birla has lectured extensively and w More...
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