Help Avoiding Heartache is Right on Hand - an Evening With Experts Provides Relief

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Barb Berg and Lisa Greenfield will host an interactive evening on how to tell more about almost anyone using the information at hand. They will demonstrate quick personality tests with specifics on how to assess simple cues literally 'on hand'. For example, hands indicate if an individual is more likely to be cautious or careless with money. With a simple snapshot of what to look for, people can apply this inside information to read others more effectively. Lisa Greenfield and Barbara Berg will share expert insight into how to put this powerful tool to work.

Avoiding Heartbreak with the answers On Hand!

Dating online is close to a billion dollar industry with one major complaint. One in two people are frustrated by a lack of trustworthy information about the person they would like to date. Questionnaires and profiles don’t give people enough security that the other person is telling the truth. Perhaps because they know where they may have fudged the facts just a little themselves, or responded to a question with what they wanted to be true rather than a hard fact.

The interactive evening with Barb Berg and Lisa Greenfield is focused on learning how to read body language, one specific to hands. They explain how a wide range of personality traits and habits can be identified through the hands. Understanding how to read this language gives perspective on annoying habits or incomprehensible fights. Hands hold the outline on personal history, the family and it’s influence on individuals. Hands can offer cues as specific as how to understand whether someone is focused more on career or has a relaxed attitude about work.

Wedding rings are worn on the left hand because of a tradition that dates back to Roman times. The belief was the vein in the left ring finger was connected directly to the heart. Symbols are handed down and provide an outlook on cultural and personal psychology. Genetic programming, memories stored in our DNA, are passed down generation after generation. Lines on hand represent our inheritance, current thought patterns (much as an EEG prints out) and rings are symbols to show how history and current beliefs play out in a person’s actions.

So the goal is to use this all the available information to effectively read another person. The evening is about learning a language, like body language that politicians study or hand writing analysis that criminologists and psychologists use. Lisa Greenfield, one of the foremost Hand Analysts today, has read close to 20,000 hands and brings a wealth of understanding to deciphering the language ‘on-hand’. After meeting Barbara Berg, author of Ring Shui and several other books, at a party and hearing her insight, Lisa teamed up with Barbara Berg. Their class “Progress Report On Love - The Secrets In Hand” is being held at Urban Oasis March 23rd from 7-8pm. The evening is interactive and includes some hands-on analysis for the audience to discover the secrets hands can tell.

“I had no idea that switching my thumb rings would lighten the load! Barbara pointed out that I was doing most of the work when I wore my rings where I had them. I switched and boy did the energy shift with it! It is a combination of intention and action that helped support my new approach. It works! This is truly amazing.” Lisa Greenfield

The evening will teach how to read signals other people send out with their hands before accepting that first date! Find out how simply shifting a mindset can change lines and how moving rings will telegraph a new outlook and attract a different outcome. This information can also help shift the power struggle in existing relationship so everyone wins! Visit to enjoy a free sample quiz and see the language brains write on hands.

Class size is restricted to allow for maximum interaction with Lisa and Barb. There is no cost but seating is limited, so reserve your seat now! Email or call 310-792-7888 to register.

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