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Art of Hand Reading (DK Living) by Lori Reid

Art of Hand Reading (DK Living)

by Lori Reid

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For the novice this is a great book to begin with, beautifully illustrated and clear diagrams which what you can expect from any DK books ( )
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Two thumbs up for this fascinating guide to palmistry. It's a clear, concise, wonderfully designed, simple yet exhaustive examination of the self-knowledge to be found in the palm of your hand. A greater portion of the brain is dedicated to the functioning of the hands than any other part of the body, so it's easy to imagine why so much information about our personality and mental predispositions are to be found there. Reid takes the reader step by step through the process of palm reading with this accessible textbook jam-packed with glossy full-color illustrations, anatomical drawings, charts, palm prints, graphs, photographs, glossaries, and more. While a daily meditation practice will guide you deep into your interior motivations, in The Art of Hand Reading you'll find an amazing amount of self-wisdom instantly within your grasp. --P. Randall Cohan

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Photographic guide teaches how to interpret the lines, mounts, and markings of hands as a means of discovering aspects of personality, talent, ambition, and other traits.

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