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How to get started as a palm reader

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How to get started as a palm reader

Post  clocke on Thu Nov 25, 2010 5:04 am

I started reading palms in the 90's at Energy Days or skill swap events free of charge of course. As I became more confident I hired small town or village halls charging very small fees for my readings. Word soon got around and often I would have queues of people waiting for readings. I then increased my fees a little at a time and still kept busy, now I read from home and at Crystal or new age shops and also weekend markets.....its great meeting people and to feel that you are helping them with their problems.....Celtic Chris

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Re: How to get started as a palm reader

Post  Martijn (admin) on Thu Nov 25, 2010 12:45 pm


Hello Chris,

Thank you for sharing how you developed your activities in the field of hand reading. I am sure that this could work out as a useful example for 'ambitious students'.

I guess your story also illustrates that it takes time to develop skills and become a (semi-)professional hand reader.

Thanks!

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