Letting the Story Unfold
When you are reading the palms of another person, you might notice that the lines, shapes, and textures of the hand seem to tell stories within stories. Many experienced readers will tell you that they only read hands as a starting point in piecing together the story of a person's life. Over time, as you gain more experience reading hands, you'll find too that palm reading is a lot like painting a picture — you start with some quick sketches, then fill in the lines with some colors or shading and, before you know it, the painting seems to finish itself. Though it might be vastly different from your original inspiration, the finished product is a work of art and belongs to only you.
So it is with the intuitive art of palm reading. You are helping another person to create or even recreate their life story — in the flesh of their palm. Learn to listen to your intuition as closely as your intellect when you are doing a palm reading for yourself or others. Use common sense, especially when looking at the palm's color and texture for signs of good health. For instance, it's obvious that a scaly white hand with rough texture isn't as vibrant and healthy as a smooth, pinkish one.
Reading Between Lines
You don't really need a book on palmistry to tell you that — but you do need a book like this one in order to decipher the fine lines between your head and your heart. Once you learn everything you can, your own techniques and practices will become more apparent and you'll find that it becomes much easier to read palms using a combination of time-tested skill and your own intuitive abilities. Celebrate what you can bring to this incredible, ancient art!