A Palm Sunday hand reading.

A Palm Sunday hand reading.

A PALM SUNDAY HAND READING – including: bible art, quotes:

Palm Sunday is the Christean feast on the sunday before eastern – refering to the triumphant entry of Jesus into Jerusalem while he was welcomed with waving palm leaves in the days before his Passion.

An article about: hands related bible quotes, bible art + a tribute to the work of pastor Larry Wood: ‘Hands in scripture’ – which includes a new paradigm for spiritual thinking based on the hand.

THE ARTICLE INCLUDES:

>> Famous bible quotes about hands
>> Palm Sunday hand rituals
>> Bible art: the hands of Jesus Christ
>> ‘Hands in scripture’: a new paradigm for spiritual thinking – by pastor Larry Wood

MORE HAND ART:
A Palm Sunday hand reading – including bible art
Hand art: thumb, finger & hand sculptures
An ode to the thumb
Palmistry exerts network
Palmistry: news & research



New York City
Cat McGuire - Palm reader in New York
Cat
McGuire

Palm reader Cat McGuire reads hands in New York City

Expertises:
Shamanic palm reading.

FULL PROFILE:
Palm reader Cat McGuire

Shamanic palm reading.

In the FAQ-section Cat McGuire answers some very interesting questions:

Do you read both hands?

Cat’s answer: “I absolutely look at both hands. Your passive hand reveals what was in store for you when you came into this world. Your dominant hand (the hand you write with) conveys how you have actually lived your life. For whatever reason, whether we are consciously aware of it or not, our deep soul self often re-routes our original path – usually because some important life lesson(s) must be learned. A lot can be discovered by comparing what-was-to-have-been versus what-is (i.e., your passive hand versus your dominant hand).”

Are all palm readers alike?

Cat’s answer: “No, not at all. Just as you could go to ten different astrologers and get ten different readings, so too with palmistry. In addition to the many methods and traditions in existence, every palm reader inevitably brings to the table their own unique talents and interpretations.”

What is shamanism, and how do you use it?

Cat’s answer: “Shamanism is the oldest spiritual practice on earth, going back at least 20,000 years. All peoples on this planet originally practiced shamanism. Today, shamanism has been all but obliterated by the imperialism of organized religions. Throughout the world, however, pockets survive, primarily in indigenous communities. In shamanism, journeys are made to the other side to acquire spiritual power, knowledge, and wisdom. Power animals and other forces of nature serve as spirit guides. Using ritual and often altered states of consciousness, shamanic practitioners return from the spirit realms with vital information for healing and transformation.

I define my work as “shamanic palm reading” because shamanism is the foundation of my personal spiritual practice. When I give readings, in addition to the scientific information I impart, my shamanic spirit guides work with me to transmit wisdom and guidance from the other side. I know that sounds New Age-y, and I never would have believed it myself, but I have come to accept that that is what actually happens. For readings in my home, I work with feathers, stones, and rattles. I also “smudge,” which is the burning of sage for purification purposes.”

More resources about Hand Analysis:
Life Prints – Deciphering Your Life Purpose from Your Fingerprints
Palm Reading in North America
Palm Reading in US



Koh Samui
Palmist Bharat Melvin Rochlin
Bharat Melvin Rochlin

Palmist Bharat Melvin Rochlin reads hands in Koh Samui (Thailand)

Expertises:
Spiritual Palmistry

FULL PROFILE:
Palmist Bharat Melvin Rochlin

Palmistry reading by Bharat.

Palmist Bharat Rochline is a palmistry representative from the Thailand. Bharat writes on her website palmistryreading.com:

“… Palmistry is the Mystical science of the meanings of the lines and the shape of the palm and fingers. Similar to Astrology, Palmistry has been studied since ancient times when it was discovered that the lines and shape of the palm were associated with certain behavioral and personality traits. For example, it was noted that when a person’s thumb was set low in the hand, there was a high probability that the person would be kind and generous.

The lines on the hand are not stagnant or fixed but are constantly changing and reforming. They are alive and vibrant and change as we change. I see the lines as a bio-computer readout of our energy fields and patterns. This readout includes all our mental, emotional, psychological and spiritual channels and even shows past life tendencies and issues. This can help us to understand our habits, see our blocks, shortcomings, talents and advantages, and even understand where we are in terms of enlightenment.

My approach incorporates both logic and intuition. I use logic to jump to intuition and confirm my intuition with the help of logic. I use only the information I have discovered to be true and have verified over my years of practice.”