New York, NY (PRWEB) November 07, 2012
Hands are topographical maps of human character in the past, present, and future. Most people can learn to navigate their map and chart their course.
Priceless information about a person's physical, mental, and emotional health is in plain sight at the ends of their arms. As a person learns to examine his hands, he becomes more conscious of his behavior, makes healthier decisions, manages his time and free will better, and fulfills more of his innate talents and potentials.
The value of reading hands is in being able to readily recognize personality traits, habits and patterns, and motivations. By identifying strengths and weaknesses, people can change their thinking, exercise their free will, and transform negative thought patterns into positive behavioral patterns. The beauty of reading hands is that hands change as thinking and circumstances change. A tiny change in a hand can reflect a huge change in a life. As people make decisions and exercise their free will, they can see their successes and failures reflected in their hands over time.
Hands reveal answers to questions like: Who am I? What do I want? What do I value? What do I think? How do I feel? How can I be happier? How can I be healthier? How are my relationships? What are my obligations? What are my responsibilities? How can I be more prosperous? How can I be more creative? What’s my purpose? What’s my philosophy? How can I be more spiritual? What’s next? Everyone can be their own best friend and bullshit detector.
Reading hands is simple and fun. After 5,500 years, it’s time for the ancient science and art of palmistry to be revived, creating new opportunities for people to interact and get to know themselves and others better. An exciting new catchphrase for the 21st Century will be “Hold up your hands”.
Mark Seltman, master palmist, affirms, confirms, and informs readers about themselves in constructive, helpful, and hopeful ways. Mark's mission is to give everyone a helping hand, their own. While sharing compelling stories of clients, friends, family, and celebrities, he links ancient Greek myth to present-day psycho-social narrative. As Joseph Campbell said, “Oedipus crosses 42nd Street.”