Read My Own Palm
Palm-reading, otherwise known as palmistry or chiromancy, is practiced all over the world, with roots in Indian astrology and gypsy fortune-telling. The objective is to evaluate a person's character or future by studying the palm of their hand. Whether you're an aspiring palm reader or you're just looking for a fun way to pass the time and impress your friends, here's how to gain insight just by holding someone's hand.
In palm reading, you have three main lines on your palm, each which indicates a separate area of your life. Your love line is the line on the top of the palm, your head line is in the middle of the palm, and your life line is on the bottom of the palm.
Unlike your zodiac sign, which you’re born with, the lines on your palm are not fixed from birth.As you progress through your life, your palm lines will form and change according to your personality and experiences.
Therefore, in palm reading, your life determines what your palm looks like, rather than the appearance of your palm determining your life.
So you want to know if you're finally going to hook up with the person you've been staring at across the workplace. Are you going to get a raise? Are you healthy? Your horoscope can give you the generic answers, but you probably want to know more about your own life than what newspapers and Internet predictions can tell you.
Palm reading is a great way to achieve this. Also know as palmistry, it is one way to find both the future as well as a healthy human spirit. While many see this as a form of entertainment, many practice it themselves for serious spiritual and beneficial reasons, for comfort or genuine interest.
This technique has origins in India, thousands of years ago, and grew in popularity in ancient Greece.
Over time it spread through Europe and Asia, and now it has developed into the interesting system that still exists today.
Many people are familiar with the Gypsy palm reading technique, constructed for those who wish to know the hidden facts about their life.