Heather Roan Robbins brings you an accessible and practical system of palmistry that is easy to integrate into your daily life.
Distilling decades of experience, palmist and astrologer Heather Roan Robbins has developed a uniquely grounded but soul-centered approach to palmistry. She teaches you how to explore the landscape of the hand and come to know the hills and valleys of the hand’s contours, recognize the deep rivers of the major lines, and listen to the bend of the fingers. When you understand the shape and form of a person’s hand, you can understand their disposition. Get a glimpse of their lines and get a clue as to how they communicate. Understanding the hand’s topography will help you accept and deal with yourself and others. For those who want to become a professional palmist, Be Your Own Palm Reader lays a good foundation in an accessible and memorable format. And for those of us who just want to know more about ourselves, this approach to palmistry offers a visual portrait of the patterns of the soul and can give us clues on how to bring ourselves and our lives into a better balance. Because the landscape of the hand changes over time, it reflects shifts in our life habits and the consequences of our major decisions. The hand is your energy conduit to the world—paint a beautiful future with the power of your choices now.
Heather Roan Robbins is a writer, ceremonialist and astrologer committed to bringing high-quality intuitive arts to the public in an accessible and useful format. She writes a weekly column, Starcodes, and a radio blog AccessAstrology that both track our energetic weather conditions by day, not by sign, and is president of the Twin Cities chapter of NCGR, a national organization for astrological education. Heather developed her uniquely grounded but soul-centred approach as she worked with astrology in an active private practice as well as in her work as personnel manager, mother, and in collaboration with several therapists and life-coaching groups. She lives and practices in Minnesota, USA. For further information, visit www.roanrobbins.com.