Instant Palm Reader: A Roadmap to Life (Llewellyn’s New Age Series)

Instant Palm Reader: A Roadmap to Life (Llewellyn’s New Age Series)

Have you ever asked yourself, “Why did I do that?” If you knew your inner traits and drives, you could easily answer that question. Now you can discover these motivations when you read The Instant Palm Reader (formerly titled Palmascope) by Linda Domin.

One of the difficulties with learning how to read palms has been the number of variations of the lines and mounts (fleshy pads) on the palms. Linda Domin has created hundreds of drawings showing virtually every possibility for each l

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  1. Cassandra Barnes says:

    Review by Cassandra Barnes for Instant Palm Reader: A Roadmap to Life (Llewellyn’s New Age Series)
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    Instant Palm Reader by Linda Domin is all that its title promises–most people can learn to read palms quickly and easily. The book is designed as a “self-guided tour” and is filled with large, clear illustrations. Domin suggests that readers “start by just looking at your opened right palm, while turning the pages with your left hand and comparing your own palm lines with those pictured.” Depending on how long you stop to study each line in your palm, you can get through all the pictures in less than two hours. Each line is described in detail, as to whether it is thick or thin, long or short, curved or straight, broken or solid, or intersects with other lines or markings. Domin provides an interpretation to match every variance. For those interested in more depth, Domin offers the history of palmistry in her introduction. She says that “Aristotle was the first to maintain that the grooves, creases, and lines in the palm are a result of nervous and muscular interplay directed by the brain.” Domin further explains that “a large percentage of nerve fibers leading from the brain are projected towards the outer extremities” and that “information stored in the brain is then projected upon the surface of the palm, like a video camera projects an image through a network of cables onto a screen.” The final chapter of the book is directed to those who want to become a professional palmist, with instructions and tips for reading the palms of others for a fee. Domin also includes a bibliography for readers desiring further information. Domin says “your hands contain the physical, emotional, and mental picture of the real you.” Instant Palm Reader will help you discover the “guidelines for a happier and more fulfilling life” that are imprinted upon your hands.

  2. Anonymous says:

    Review by for Instant Palm Reader: A Roadmap to Life (Llewellyn’s New Age Series)
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    I’m an avid reader of palmistry text, and this book is very simple for anyone who is slightly interested in palmistry and knowing his or her personality and future. She also gives a point out or two for people who want to do palm reading as a profession. The insight this book gives is incredible because I’ve found it to be truthful when I’ve analyzed my own palm, and others. If you are skeptical, this book might just win you over. If not, oh well, it’s still fun and entertaining!

  3. Mary E. Greenwood says:

    Review by Mary E. Greenwood for Instant Palm Reader: A Roadmap to Life (Llewellyn’s New Age Series)
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    My daughter purchased this book for a friend’s birthday, and they really enjoyed it, it is easy to use and follow, and they all read each other’s palms at the party (they are all around 18). The recipient liked and still uses it, several months later. Worth the money if you have a casual interest.

  4. Kathy Dannel Vitcak says:

    Review by Kathy Dannel Vitcak for Instant Palm Reader: A Roadmap to Life (Llewellyn’s New Age Series)
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    Actually, I do not see how this book would help you learn to read palms. You could find a marking in your hand and look it up in the book and get what they say it means…it is rather like a cookbook, similar to astrology cookbooks. It is useful in that you can look up a lot of the “ingredients” but you would probably not learn how to bake using it.

    I mean no disrespect to the author, but I flipped though it and promptly listed it for resale. There are many other much betetr palm reading books to be had.

  5. Anonymous says:

    Review by for Instant Palm Reader: A Roadmap to Life (Llewellyn’s New Age Series)
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    This Llewellyn Publications book is a BIG letdown! Information and diagrams seem to have no real order or reason. The pictures are truly rudimentry and are of little to no use! Trying to be the optomist that I am, I am searching (and struggling) to find something good about this book……maybe the last section on how to be a professional chiromancer might have some merit….For the begining Palm Reader, try the Complete Idiot’s Guide to Palmistry- it’s comprehensive, digestable, and full of helpful information for the professional or novice.

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