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Palmistry has changed very little over the years For thousand of years in diverse cultures people have believed that an individuals destiny is previewed in the hands Some people believe that every palm holds in its own unique network of lines and markings the key to lifes potential Palmistry can be used as a tool to enhance ones view on life A palm reading can open your eyes to characteristics you may be unaware of Palm readers usually compare the subjects right and left hand looking for differences A dominant hand can reveal choices the person has made and what may lie ahead for them The passive hand reflects innate potential Fingertips can show the sensitive and impulsive side of ones personality And the thumb reveals energy levels and the strength of will The hands are classified into four groups Each classification is based on the shape of the palm and fingers in relation to it An air hand has long fingers a square shape and many fine lines Air hand signifies emotionally stability Earth hand is a square palm short fingers and deeply lined A serious practical person that delights in physical activity will have an Earth hand Water hand has long fingers a rectangular palm and finely lined A hand with these qualities show sensitivity creativity and the subject may have a quite personality Fire hand is rectangular in shape with short fingers and clear lines The fire hand shows a high-energy personality The palm reader will end the session by analyzing what he saw By giving the subject detailed information on the future The reader may have seen a new love a career change and additions to the family The lines on the hand can revile intellectual capabilities or if the subjects have an unconventional outlook on life All these details can shape and mold the path you follow in the future
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