Palmistry in Yangon, Myanmar!

November 30, 2008

Palmist Theikpan Myint Oo reads hands in Myanmar.

Palmist Theikpan Myint Oo reads hands in Myanmar.

Palmistry in Myanmar

For those who believe that the lines on your hand form a map of your life, the palmists of Yangon can offer advice, consolation and, should danger loom, warnings.

The shape, contours and colour of the palm of the hand and the length and pattern of the hand creases formed when it folds are a reliable guide to the person’s past, present occupation and preoccupations, and also their future.

“The lines on your palm describe what kind of person you are and predict what trouble you experience at present,” says Daw Khin Yadanar Sint, who has made a career of reading the palms of people from all walks of life since 1993. She added that astrologers can tell a lot about a client by examining his or her hands. Even the colour and shape of a palm can hold clues, so that vegetable sellers have flat palms and rich and successful people have pink and fleshy palms.

Daw Khin Yadanar Sint said every line on the human hand has a meaning. A person might travel many different paths during a lifetime and encounter many events that mark important stages in the journey. Her job is to advise on the right move at the right time to ensure success in work, or in love.

Most people approach famous palmists and astrologers whose predictions appear weekly in local journals, hoping for a glimpse of the future.

READ FURTHER ABOUT PALMISTRY IN ASIA:
Palmistry in Myanmar
Palmistry in Cambodia
Palmistry news from Asia
Palmist Saya Deva reads hands in Yangon
Palmist Bharat Melvin Rochlin reads hands in Thailand
Palmist Pat F. reads hands in Singapore

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