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The Art And Magic Of Palmistry Paperback – February 1, 2011
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Palmistry: The Whole View, by Judith Hipskind -- you will find used copies at very cheap prices.
The Spellbinding Power of Palmistry, by Johnny Fincham -- find a used copy for about $12
Hand Psychology, by Andrew Fitzherbert -- again, used copy, cheap price.
Palmistry: A Comprehensive and Reflective Guide, by Bharat M. Rochlin, $6-7 on Kindle
Palmistry, by Julian Moore, under $5 on Kindle
For absolute beginners that want to get started right away, Moore's book is the best on that list. After you master the material therein, you can start incorporating materials from other books.
reading the author's advice on the importance of practicing what you are being
taught. Her positive encouragement seems to help build confidence and inspire a
willingness to practice the techniques that are being taught. She has a useful
tip included with each chapter.
Each of the ten chapters has details about the hand that teach something
about the personal characteristic that appear in the hand. It's also full of
photographs and illustrations to help you learn the material. At the end of
every chapter there is a reflection and notation section that provokes you to
think about what is being discussed on a personal level. The questions in this
section inspire you move forward in your studies through your own analysis and
assessment. Because some of the questions ask you to look at your own hand, you
are also encouraged to learn about your own palm.
Regarding this book, I would say it is good, but I had more expectations.