Posts Tagged ‘palmistry’
I am not a numerologist, however, like Astrology, Feng Shui, Palm Reading and other metaphysical modalities, I have studied Numerology. I have always been fascinated with the role numbers have played in my life.
My numbers, based on my birth date, are 6, 11 and 24. My post office box number in the small town I grew up in was 303 (3+3+0=6). The only other time I lived in a small town and also could only get a post office box, the number of that box also added up to 11. The number of the apartment I grew up in was 11. My phone number and that of my best friend’s was almost identical. She is still my best friend today.
My three best friends from high school were all born on the 19th of a month. So was my first boyfriend. I was the odd ball and the maternal figure of the group and was born on the 24th. My best friend’s two oldest children gave birth to their children on the same days that one of their best friend’s from high school passed. Read the rest of this entry »
Friends of mine recently treated me to a Cheirology session, and I found myself looking forward to what I thought would be the equivalent of a palm reading. Cheirology (also known as Chirology) is referred to as both a science and an art form which analyzes the hands, whilst also considering the emotional, physical, mental and spiritual state of a person. I assumed the session would basically tell me a bit about my past and future, plus highlight some good and bad choices I’d made over the years.
However, I found it to be different from palmistry in that it is non-predictive. The concept of Cheirology is that everything is energy, which cannot be destroyed and simply transforms itself. Thoughts and intentions are aspects of energetic relay, and the lines created in the hand through these thoughts and intentions can change as often as every three months. Read the rest of this entry »
According to psychic blogger James Stefanson “there are several benefits to getting psychic readings. Each person will have different needs and wants when requesting one. The practitioner wants what is best for their clients and that means offering them empowerment to tackle the problems of life. It means helping the clients feel lifted and helping them find the right direction for the issue presented.”
When professional readers approach psychic consultations with the purpose and intention of making a difference, the helpful impact and life changing outcomes are very measurable and real in the lives of those coming to them for answers and guidance. Comments clients leave in the ratings they give after a reading show this to be true over and over again. Read the rest of this entry »