If you asked: “read my palm” – and your reading is over in four minutes – you have been ripped off. One line connected to another and over another can mean many different things to many different palm readers – it takes time to work these things out. A short life line does not mean disaster – as a missing fate line does not mean death. If you are serious you need to seek the guidance of an experienced palm reader. Not someone who is over in five minutes.
Master Palmist Ian Cameron gave me many insights into palm reading (chiromancy). He was working on an island for many years and knew many people, their traits, history and life events. He began to read palms and discovered life happenings indicated by the lines on one person were consistent with the lines on others. And over time he developed his own guidelines gained from his years of research and palm reading. To read correctly he wants to see both palms – otherwise he has difficulty understanding the whole picture.
For Fun – Read My Palm
I wasted my time doing a ten minute test on the internet. I did not have the same palm lines they gave as examples so I used as close to their examples as possible. They also used a left hand as the dominant hand – whereas mine is right. Then I had to enter my email address – (now they have my email). Was it worth it – no. Next time I want to read my palm – I will seek the guidance of an expert and not a generic computer printout.
Have a good look at your four main lines. Heart, head, life and fate. Ask yourself if you are on the course you want to be. Now decide how you would like your life to be e.g. My new boyfriend is handsome, caring, sober and courteous. If a block comes up and tells you it is not possible – you need to look at your thinking. Many times it is our thoughts that determine our future. Of course, this takes work and practice. Is there anyone else in the world who has a handsome, caring, sober and courteous boyfriend? Ok, why not you?
A good palm reader will look at how our lives have been – and explain why the bumps on our journey have been for our personal growth. He can also offer suggestions on our road ahead. But remember, no line is set in stone. We can change them (not surgery!).
A good palm reader will want to know the shape of your hands, the texture, length and feeling of the fingers and the rings you wear – he will also want to see the lines on your palm clearly. Through the internet this can be achieved by sending images. But be careful where you send them. I’d be hesitant sending them to just anyone – especially someone who offers the service for free or very cheaply.
The left hand is what you were born with and the right (or dominant hand) is your journey. The lines on your palm do not show the future – but can give an indication based on your current journey. And we all have the ability to change our journey at any time in our lives. That change comes from our thinking.
If you were to read my palm you might be horrified to find I have no fate line. But an experienced palm reader will tell you that the fate line will come and go. And that the lines on your palm can change over time. New lines spring up and others fade.