5 Easy Steps to Reading Your Hands
The palm lines of the hand are like a road map – clear signs of the life path we’ve built for ourselves. Our hands reveal our personality, relationship needs, talents and potential, and they provide an aerial ‘advance’ view of our road ahead. But palm lines can change slightly over time, responding to the decisions we’ve made and reflecting the path we’ve chosen to travel. So rather than showing an unalterable destiny, our ever-developing hands are proof that we can change our lives and take an alternative route if necessary. Learn to interpret your palms quickly and accurately to identify character, talents and motivation. The five instant steps to becoming a Palm Detective are: fingerprint patterns, the Head Line, finger length, finger positioning, and busy/empty palms.
Level: Beginners upwards.
Attendees can email photos of both their hands to Frank (firstname.lastname@example.org) if they would like these to be looked at and shared with the group during the day. Or they may wish to photograph/scan prints of their palms using water-soluble ink and a lino ink roller (available from art shops). Frank will show the group how to make quick palm prints, too.
Frank Clifford has built an eclectic, 30-year career as the writer of a dozen books (including Palmistry 4 Today and The Palm Reading Guide), a consultant astrologer and palmist, a publisher/editor, a researcher of birth data, and the Principal of the London School of Astrology. Frank began writing for The Mountain Astrologer in 2008 and guest edited the magazine a number of times. In 2012, he was the youngest recipient of a lifetime honour from the Astrological Association for his contribution to astrology, and a writing award from ISAR and a Regulus Award (UAC) nomination have since followed. He runs courses in astrology, palmistry and tarot online (www.londonschoolofastrology.com) and has branches of his school in Japan, Turkey and China (www.newmoonmag.com).
May 8, 2021
Zoom Open: 10:00am
Part 1 Lecture: 10:30pm. Please plan on arriving before 10:15.
(One 15 minute break midway
Lunch: 12:30 – 1:00pm.
Part 2 Workshop: 1:00 until 4:30 pm (approximately).
(One 15 minute break midway)