Palmistry Questions, Top 5 Things You Should Know

hand prints colors smallLots of people have palmistry questions. I thought it would be fun to go through five things that I get asked on a regular basis.

Question #1: Which hand do you read?

Short Answer: Both

Long Answer: Both hands reveal different aspects to yourself. Your active hand tells you about your outer self, your public self and what’s developing. Your passive hand tells you about your inner self, private self and your potentials. For most people, the active hand is the hand you write with.

Question #2: Do your hands change?

Short Answer: Yes

Long Answer: Both hands can change over time, but not everything changes. Lines and fingers are the most changeable, as well as color and stiffness. Hand shape is pretty much set by the time you are about four or five years old and the fingerprints and palmar prints never change.

Question #3: Do your hands tell you your future?

Short Answer: Yes

Long Answer: It’s complicated. Past, present and future is on both hands all the time. You have both a destiny and free will. Your fingerprints represent your destiny including your Life Purpose. Your free will is represented in the lines. Since your hands change, your future is not set. Plus, everything in your hands is reflecting how you look at yourself and the world.

Question #4: Why would I want my hands analyzed?

Short Answer: Guidance and direction

Long Answer: Would you take a trip without knowing where you’re going or how to get there? Your hands are your personal road map. They can guide you in making better decisions, they can guide you in understanding yourself better and they can guide you in your growth potentials. In other words, knowing what your hands have to say about you can save you a lot of pain and agony from wandering around in the dark.

Question #5: Why would I want a professional to read my hands?

Short Answer: To get accurate information

Long Answer: There are many books and free trainings on how to read hands. These may or may not be accurate. Learning to read hands well takes a lot of knowledge and experience. Would you do surgery on yourself if you read about how to do it in a book? No, that would be ridiculous. The same concept applies here. A true and caring professional provides insights that aren’t in any books, plus they bring all their experience to help you in ways you otherwise might not have considered.

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