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Palm Test

Palm Test

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Published by: Andrea Febrian Marcel on Nov 09, 2010
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Speed Learning
PALM READINGS
~ in your own words
 Julian Moore
Second Edition
1
 
CONTENTS 
Foreward ~ 4Introduction ~ 6 
Card 1: First Impressions 1
 ~ 9
Practice 1
~ 11
Card 2: Hand Shape
 ~ 12
Practice 2
 ~ 13What Do You Mean? The Ever Expanding Question
 
 ~ 14
Card 3: First Impression 2
 ~ 15
Practice 3
 ~ 18 
CARDS 1-3 RECAP
~
20
REVISION 1
 ~ 21Contradictions Are Good For You
 
 ~ 19
 Card 4: The Thumb
 ~ 22
Practice 4
 ~ 23
Card 5: Finger Settings
 ~ 24
Practice 5
 ~ 25
 
CARDS 1-5 RECAP
 ~ 26
REVISION 2
 ~ 27A Brief Interlude
 
 ~ 30 
Card 6: Finger Meanings
~ 33
Practice 6
 ~ 36The Lines Of The Hand
 
 ~ 37 
Card 7: Heart Line
 ~ 38
Practice 7
 ~ 39
Card 8: Head Line
 ~ 40
Practice 8
 ~ 41
Card 9: Life Line
 ~ 42
Practice 9
 ~ 43
 
CARDS 7-9 RECAP (MAJOR LINES)
 ~ 44 
Card 10: The Minor Lines
 ~ 45Final Word
 
 ~ 47Practice Answers
 
 ~ 49Printing & Technical
3
 
FOREWARD 
I’ve read many books on palmistry over the years, and although many of themgo in depth in each chapter about different parts of the hand, I personally foundthem hard going as a novice palm reader. There was too MUCH information,presented in an order totally different to the way one would structure a palmreading.One of the other problems I had when I was learning palmistry was that thebooks I was reading didn’t explain very well how to relate the informationfound on the hand to the ‘client’ in a meaningful way. It’s all very well know-ing that someone has more ‘logic’ than ‘willpower’, but simply telling themthat isn’t very personal and could even be considered rather abstract! In thisbook I will explain how to connect the meanings on the hand to arrive at aninteresting and useful reading.This book and accompanying flash cards are designed for you to teach yourself the basics of palmistry as quickly as possible, structured so that with only afew cards memorized you can immediately start ‘giving readings’. By havingvery simple and memorable information from the start, practicing on others canbegin almost immediately, and as practice is the only way to become adept atpalmistry, this is important. The cards are designed to be printed onto 4X6 in-dex cards which you can get at any stationers.The cards have names on the front and information on the back. This is so thatyou can test yourself and use the front of the cards to jog your memory of theorder to do things. You will also notice on the front of each card is a small list.This is a further aid to remind you what is on the other side when you’re test-ing yourself.With the cards in your pocket or handbag, you have a quick and easy referenceguide to refresh your memory before you do a reading. You may even decide toget the cards out amongst your friends so that they can join in the fun!

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