We can change our destiny. Rather than predicting a predetermined future, Vedic palmistry can help you better understand and take concrete steps to live a happier, healthier and more satisfying life. When our life takes on a new tangent, corresponding changes appear in the lines and signs on our hands.
Vedic palmistry, or hast jyotish, is the study of structure and hand signs. The origins of this ancient science date back to about 5000 years, in India. Its purpose is to guide everyone in their personal journey in helping balance all areas of life through better self-awareness.
Our Custom Signature
Everyone knows that fingerprints are unique. But actually, the whole hand is unique in its pattern of lines, precisely because each of us has his memories, his hopes and his traits of his own. Since there is a tangible link between our personalities, our thoughts and our experiences and training of palmistry, our impressions are somehow our own signature.
Our Lines Change as We Do
The lines in our hands change, just like us. As we acquire more maturity, our attitudes, our priorities, our businesses and our environment change accordingly. Through the study of our hands, we can objectively analyze situations and make wiser choices in our personal and professional lives, in our dealings with them and in many other aspects of life. We are then less likely to repeat the same mistakes, over time, our efforts fit into our hands.
The non-dominant hand shows trends and the dominant hand – the one with which we can write – shows our resolutions for the present and the future. It is important to compare the two hands, because even if our resolutions are positive, we must ensure that corresponding emotions and beliefs are deeply rooted in us, and are present in our subconscious nondominant hand, to not undermine our success.
Prevention and Prediction
In the minds of many people, palmistry is associated with the notion of prediction. This idea arises, however, from an incomplete understanding of palmistry.
We are all predisposed to certain types of behaviors. By learning to understand the meaning of lines and signs on our hands as indicators of our predispositions, we can decipher patterns of our behavior. Armed with this information, we can cultivate our strengths and opportunities, and decide that we want to make changes in our lives.
Much of the pleasure which accompanies the study of Vedic palmistry comes from the realization that one can exercise his free will more wisely and effectively. Seeing things from a different angle, new behaviors become familiar and gradually transform our personality; our hands then undergo apparent changes.
Even the lines that indicate future trends may change: broken lines can be repaired; lines of interference and obstruction may fade and disappear; lines showing associations and positive relationships may arise; and so on.
Admittedly, the major lines of the heart, mind and life, showing the underlying trends in our subconscious, are more resistant to change, and change more slowly. Nevertheless, they can, too, when they respond to hard work.