Hand Analysts: How to Become More Precise When Giving a Hand Reading
By Kay Packard
When learning anything new we must first take baby steps before walking and then running. The same is true in learning how to read hands and fingerprints.
The foundation for readings hands is to learn what the sections of the hands and fingers signifies. Next is to understand the meaning of the symbol, line, color and prominent areas of the hand.
For example, in my last article on the Jupiter Star I pointed out the location of the Jupiter Mount, the archetypal significance Jupiter and the effects of the twinkling star in one’s life. In short, at her best, the owner of the Jupiter Star is high achieving and has the gift of influence and leadership over a fitting territory. On the down side she could be lacking confidence, avoiding confrontation and hanging out behind the throne.
To become more accurate and pinpointing when giving a reading the professional hand analyst will blend two markings she sees in the hands. For instance, when a hand has a Jupiter Star and a Line of Persephone the advancing reader will blend the explanations for the Line of Persephone (aka Guide for Lost Souls) to rise strong in her call to influence a particular territory.
While many Guides for Lost Souls, who I have read for, owning the Line of Persephone are often trapped in the downside possibility of the marking, my aim is to empower them with the potential of becoming Queen of the Underworld empowering other lost souls to find their strength and choose to re-surface from the land of Hades (during spring and summer).
As a reader, I must have a conversation to assess where the Guide for Lost Souls currently dwells on the life pendulum of feeling trapped in despair versus overseeing wounded souls. Lost souls can include abandoned dogs, foster children, recovering substance users, hospice patients; basically, anyone who is ‘slothing through the sludge’ (phrase shared by Certified Hand Analyst Isadora Arielle).
Key Words and Phrases
Lost Soul key words: Despair, grief, powerlessness, empathy, compassion, choices, resurrection
Jupiter Star key words: Powerlessness, overwhelm, high achieving, ambition, influence, leadership, throne
Phrases when combining the two markings
Totally trapped, confused, lost, overwhelmed with grief, paralyzed in fear of confrontation
High achieving guide for disoriented souls
Way shower for bewildered and disheartened individuals shining a bright light for uplift and encouragement
Directing a center(s) for revitalized and thriving wayward souls
A Critical Factor
Discussing the negative path is critical for the advancement of this powerful combination because of the indicated subconscious patterns in day-to-day living (e.g. in grief, overwhelm, powerlessness). Clients feel wholly seen when they hear about the paralyzing effects by which they have been seized, often for years. The validating analysis, read in the hands, paints a realistic picture of optimism for growth and transformation, and ultimately – freedom.
I recently watched 91-year-old concentration camp survivor, therapist and author, Edith Eva Egar who was interviewed by Oprah on Super Soul Sunday. In her book The Choice: Embrace the Possible she wrote, “Our painful experiences aren’t a liability—they’re a gift. They give us perspective and meaning, an opportunity to find our unique purpose and our strength.”
Dr. Egar also said, “Here you are! In the sacred present. I can’t heal you—or anyone—but I can celebrate your choice to dismantle the prison in your mind, brick by brick. You can’t change what happened, you can’t change what you did or what was done to you. But you can choose how you live now. My precious, you can choose to be free.”
Dr. Edith Eva Egar facilitates patients’ uncovering past trauma and healing. Simply, the title of the book conveys the power in the combination of influential Jupiter with the Guidance of Persephone as the Queen of the Underworld.
Death with Dignity across the U.S. supporting the terminally ill to die on their own terms.
A Jewish woman dedicated to helping concentration camp survivors die peacefully by facilitating forgiveness toward their German perpetrators.
Tip to Identify the Key in the Hand
Hand Readers, play with blending. Your clients will love you for it. And yes, blend in a third and fourth marking to get to the key in the hand. With practice you will get to the central theme and unique story to help your client realize her greatest potential and give her golden nuggets for expanding into her most sacred life.
“Having a dream is what keeps you alive. Overcoming the challenges makes life worth living.” Mary Tyler Moore
Check out Kay’s upcoming program to learn how to Identify Gift, Wisdom, Intuition Markings and More.