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Complete Idiots Guide To Palmistry 2ND Editionby Robin Gile
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This updated and revised second edition covers palm and hand reading, including an in-depth look at individual fingers, lines, and the shape of the palm, and how these can be read to reveal personal insights.
• All-new information on health, happiness, and well-being and how a reading can interpret them
• Worksheets to help beginners chart the dominant characteristics of the hand and what they mean in a reading
• Exercises, examples, and detailed line drawings to ease beginners into the practice of palm reading
• Perfect for beginners—and a good quick-reference guide for more experienced palm readers
You're no idiot, of course. You know that the lines on your palm have a lot to say about who you are and what you are feeling. But when it comes to interpreting what exactly those lines and mounts on your palms--as well as your fingers and your thumbs--really mean, you could use a helping hand. Don't bite those fingernails yet! The Complete Idiot's Guide to Palmistry teaches you everything you need to know about the intriguing and revealing art of palmistry. In this Complete Idiot's Guide, you get:
About the Author
Robin Gile has more than 20 years of professional palm reading experience. He has taught his craft to hundreds of students at conferences, lectures, workshops, and professional readings throughout the Southwest.
Lisa Lenard, a prolific New Age writer, is the co-author of The Complete Idio‛s Guide to Astrology, The Complete Idio‛s Guide to Tarot, and The Intuitive Arts on Love.
Carolyn Flynn is the co-author of The Intuitive Arts on Health and Empowering Your Life with Massage.
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