Thursday, September 17, 2009

Palmistry Explained

Palmistry Basics

When one thinks of palmistry one thinks of the lines of the palm but palmistry is far more than just reading the lines. Palmistry should ideally be called hand reading because it is about reading the whole hand. The shape of the hand, the mounts on the palm, the fingers and the fingerprints – each of these tells us something about the person. Yes, the hand tells you about the character of the person, how he/she thinks, feels and reacts. Hand reading is not about a simplistic reading of the future.

Palmistry unnerves people because they feel that a certain thing is fated to happen. But when we go to a doctor with high cholesterol or other symptoms, are we frightened, even though we know what could probably happen if we continue a certain way of life? If we can go to a doctor without being afraid, we can certainly go to a palmist...because that nothing is "fated" to happen. It's all in our own hands.

Character is destiny, isn't it?

A good palmist or hand-reader also gives you a diagnosis and tells you of certain trends in your life ... if a certain lifestyle and behaviour is continued. The work has to be done by you. Your character is your destiny. Your destiny is not dependent on chance but on yourself.

If we change, our lines change and with it our future. And just as no doctor can predict with certainty that a heart attack will happen, a palmist cannot foretell the future with any certainty.

If palmistry cannot foretell the future, it is not a disqualification of palmistry. It is, in fact, the best thing about it! Because if our future was pre-determined, what is the point of palmistry or any other such study? It is because we can change our future that we should get our hands read. To know our weaknesses and strengths and to see where the obstacles could lie.

A doctor sees the physical symptoms to arrive at conclusions, a palmist looks at the lines in the hand to do so. The doctor studies the lifestyle of the patient and asks him to change it if it's necessary and also gives medications to improve the life of the patient. Palmistry does not give you any pill. The palmistry pill is one's motivation and desire to change. Remember, your

Saturday, September 5, 2009

Hand analysis of Lal Krishna Advani

It is difficult to get hold of the handprints of famous people but their hands are often widely photographed, particularly at rallies. Although the lines are not clearly visible, the shape of the hand and fingers are, and they can reveal something about the personality. In this case, about the personality of Lal Krishna Advani.

Advani has slightly thick fingers, with plump third phalanges, particularly the third phalange of Apollo or the ring finger. The palm is long, and the mounts are developed, particularly that of Moon and Mars. The fingers are of medium length. The Jupiter (index) finger seems to be slightly bent and the thumb is supple, held close to the hand and a little high-set, although the thumb phalanges are fairly well balanced. The first phalanges are long and the heartline clearly dominates the headline and the Mercury (little finger) is long. All this tells us a story about who LK Advani really is.