Can you get your palm read for fun?
I’m not really not sure why people get palms read, but usually because they have problems in life (love, fights, etc.) I, although, have A LOT, A LOT, AND A LOT of drama!!!! Can I get my palm read anyways?? & Can I bring my friend for fun =D
Suggestion by AloneTonight_1990
getting your palm read is a great way of boosting your own confidence because professional palm readers make you feel good with their palm readings ( that’s what it’s all about! ) . It’ll be fun for you!
Suggestion by Hand Research
In case you’re looking for an online palm reading by an amateur/professional, I can recommend the largest palmistry forum on the internet – see the first source below.
But in you would like to contact a palm reader to get a real-life reading, you might want to take a look at the ‘Global Palm Reading Network’ with over 700 experts from 54 countries – see the second source below.
Wishing you good luck from the Netherlands,
PS. Since you appear to be wondering about the purpose of palm reading, I can inform you that it very much depends on the person that is doing the palm reading:
– in Asia readings are often focussed on ‘future prediction’;
– but palm reading experts from Europe and North-America are usually focussed on personality issues (varying from character, interpersonal relations & spiritual life).
What do you think? Answer below!
What is your experience with any of these? palm reading, psychic reading?
or your astrological chart read? Please share. Thank you.
Suggestion by ht
Nothing they don’t work I believe it’s broke….
Suggestion by dead_elves
I’ve had my natal chart (astrological birth chart) done online and found it to be very accurate in describing my personality, strengths and weaknesses. This sparked my curiosity, so I did it on people I knew, and found them all to vary from fairly accurate to strikingly so.
I’ve also done my own numerological chart and that of friends and family, and while not as specific as astrology, they also seem to be more accurate than not.
As for palmistry, again, having had my palm read, I was struck by how accurately the reader was able to describe me. The predictive stuff I was less convinced by, but we’ll still have to see on that.
I don’t think it’s such a stretch to believe that conditions at the time of ones birth/conception could influence brain chemistry. The sun has its sunspot-cycles, the moon influences our biological rhythms (police say fullmoon night is the worst time of the month) and the solar system, galaxy and everything else works in cycles and rhythms. This would account for astrology and numerology as purely statistical sciences based on observation of people born during specific periods. As for palmistry, iridology (reading the irises), phrenology (reading the bumps on your head) and the other “reading” practices, it’s not such a stretch for me to think that those same influences might subtly influence your physical development as well, reflecting the potentials in your personality.
I’m not as sure about the predictive aspects of these practices, but I have encountered some indications that it is at least fairly accurate. I could only advance the idea that nature works in repeating cycles and rhythms as a possible explanation though.
Suggestion by squirt
I do my own readings all the time. They are an excellent “big picture” when you are too close to the situation. They give a great heads up when you’ve no direction. They are amazingly accurate.
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