You can also learn much about how to do palm reading from having your own palm read.
You should try to get some feedback from friends about any local palm readers they have gone to.
When you find someone that you think will give you a good reading, contact the reader and make an appointment.
Take careful notes of the process, the questions you are asked etc.
Don't expect more than any other person would get from the reader.
They won't be able to give you instruction about how to do readings unless they also teach palm reading.
The fee for that instruction will cost a lot more than a regular reading and would involve a series of sessions.
Most good readers are already busy enough with their readings and their own study.
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The first step to acquiring that confidence is to know the basics discussed in this ebook thoroughly.
Then, you need to get enough practice that you are completely comfortable with every part of the process yourself.
When you have that, you will be ready to start doing readings for anyone that asks. Your effort and time spent learning and practicing will pay off. You will have a skill that can bring you enjoyment for years to come. Some sections will take more time than others.
Don't be concerned if your progress through the material is slower than you hoped. Everyone learns at their own particular pace.
If you are not used to studying by yourself, when there's no-one looking over your shoulder like your teacher did at school, it can be hard to maintain good study habits and easy to be distracted by pets, people or a favorite television show.
Just setting a goal of finishing your study could make it seem a very big task. I suggest that you set smaller goals along the way.
Try to learn a new segment covering, say, just one or two lines or Mounts during one session.
Read the information and then test yourself on how to recognize them and their significance by looking for them on the hands in the book.
Sometimes, you will have time go on to the next segment but some segments will take more time than you expect.
When you start the next session, review you knowledge of what you studied in the previous session. This gives you multiple exposures to the new information and practice using your new knowledge.
Very few people can absorb new information in just one session and then be able to recall and use it later on.
But, you will develop your memory and concentration as you go through the sections which will also help you when you want to study palm reading further or learn anything else in the future.
The Mounts in Your Palm.
Palm readers refer to the small padded areas in your palm as Mounts and each has a traditional name associated with the planets of our solar system.
This may be because the people that labeled them were also interested in Astrology or Astronomy.
The mounts vary in the degree of definition and you can give them each a value relevant to the attribute which is assigned to that mount according to the prominence of that particular mount in that person's hand.
If you are not confident that you can decide whether a particular Mount is at a medium or elevated level, gently press each Mount to get a better idea of its elevation above the surface of the palm. This will also let you check the consistency of that particular Mount.
When a Mount is soft or sponge-like, the person probably has less of the attribute attached to that Mount.