Palmistry: How to Chart the Lines of Your Life

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Simon and Schuster, 1992 - Body, Mind & Spirit - 128 pages
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Will I find love? Where do my talents lie? Are we compatible? How can I make more money? Will I have a long and healthy life?

Now the answers to these questions and more are literally at your fingertips.

Learning palmistry, the art of analyzing the shape of the palm and the lines on it, is easy with this revolutionary new system designed for beginners. Simply look up the theme you are interested in -- love and relationships, career, talents, health, money or children -- to find one or two hand lines to investigate. Then follow the color-coded drawings to locate the line on your palm and to learn what it means. For example, changes in your career are revealed by breaks in the Line of Fate (coded purple), and the course of a love affair can be forecast by the Line of Affection (coded green). Soon you'll even be interpreting the hands of your friends and family with confidence!

 

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Contents

CHAPTER
7
Significance of Shape
13
Nail Shapes
19
Leadership Skills
26
The Entrepreneur
32
The Time Factor
38
Sample Reading
45
TheP erformer
52
Sample Rea ding
70
Love and Happiness
77
Will You Have Children?
86
The Broken Heart
92
CHAPTER FIVE
99
Minor Ailments
106
Pressure and Trauma
112
Accidents Addiction and Lifestyle
118

Designs on Structure
58
The Scientific Hand
64
Afterword
124
Copyright

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Page 5 - They can reveal how an existing partnership or love affair is likely to develop. Children, or potential children, are also shown on the lines of the palm, but do not always refer to actual physical offspring.
Page 5 - They can show when one's health is helow par before an actual illness takes hold and manifests in the rest or the body, thus allowing preventative measures to be taken.

About the author (1992)

Roz Levine has been a professional palmist and astrologer for twelve years. As a counselor involved in alternative therapies, she focuses on health matters and on encouraging the latent potential in each of her clients. She lives in Brighton, England.

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