Palmistry As A Tool of Diagnosis
Explore palmistry as a tool of diagnosis with herbalist Linda Patterson in Arlington, MA.
Date: Friday, March 1st, 2013
Time: 6:30 – 9:00 PM
Description: Once used as a diagnostic tool for physicians, the palms and hands give us insight into physical health and emotional well-being. Learning to decipher the differences in hands and the meanings behind the individual characteristics, allows us to determine the strengths, weaknesses, and blockages in our clients. Since hands can change every six months, they are a current reflection of who we are and the stresses we’re under.
This is a science, there is no psychic or intuitive ability used or needed. This course offers all the necessary information to interpret the meanings of the hands, palms and lines. Certification is awarded upon completion.
The information covered includes:
• The rules
• Comparing past to present
• Hand shapes and their meanings
• Printing palms and it’s importance
• How to read between the lines
• Common oddities
• The do’s and dont’s
• Putting a reading together
• What to expect
• Commonly asked questions
Since palms can change every six months it’s important to print those close to us, enabling us to track the changes in their lives. There is no greater gift than having the outline of those we love who have passed on, or the prints of our children that change so quickly.
Registration: email Boston School of Herbal Studies at email@example.com or call 781-646-6319
Location: Boston School of Herbal Studies, 11 Pelham Terrace, Arlington, MA