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Re: Left or Right?

Post  Parender on Fri Jul 22, 2011 5:45 am

While certain lines on your hand can be inherited, you are always the master (or mistress) of your own fate.

Lines change as you change. In fact, they change all the time from year to year; your lines are not always the same. Studies over long periods of time have shown that many minor (and even some major) lines can be changed by positive intentions and redirected thought. Weak fate lines can be enhanced over time, becoming stronger than even you thought possible. Attitude is everything — it all depends on you.


Arnold Holtzman, Ph.D. writes in ‘Psycho diagnostic Chirology in Analysis and Therapy’ (2004) on page-63-
“As for the hands themselves, no two are exactly alike – not even when they belong to the same person. The question that arises must be: if each hand is unique, delivering a ‘story’ which must, in some way, be different from every other ‘story’, which hand and which ‘story’ is the most representative of the individual? Which may we assume to be the truest mirror of his, or her, immediate circumstances? The answer is both – equally. Each hand may put forward its own account of the man it speaks of, and each would be entirely relevant.”


William G. Benham writes in ‘The Benham Book of Palmistry’ (1900) on page-31 -“In all examinations you should consult both hands, and should never attempt specific statements, unless they are based upon a thorough knowledge of the information which can be gleaned only from the hands considered separately, and then together. Many failures are recorded in palm readings when one hand only has been used, due to the fact that men change as they grow older, and these changes are recorded in the right hand.”
Your dominant hand reveals how you relate to others; your non-dominant hand reveals your relationship with yourselves. In general, the information on your right hand indicates how you show up out in the world and the information on your left hand reveals more of your inner world and personal life.


In nutshell, by studying both hands – the non-dominant hand (the real you) and dominant hand (how you are representing yourself to the outer world) – we can recognize the traceable link between our both behavioral patterns and our present personality, thoughts and experiences. With this understanding, we can shape our future in a constructive, fulfilling way, making positive choices regarding our work, our dealings with people around us, and many other important aspects of life.


I take it like this: If you are right handed person than your non-dominant hand shows like roots of a plant, while the dominant hand shows the observable stem, leaves, and flowers. Our subconscious roots reflect the patterns of our past. The flowers represent the karmic resolves we have consciously made. Yes, when our non-dominant hands lines changes, our very roots are shifting. We are planning and taking action, making great efforts to alter the inherited or Nature’s plan and proceeding towards to bring radical change in ourselves.

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Re: Left or Right?

Post  waqar.an on Fri Jul 22, 2011 12:29 pm

Parender wrote:I take it like this: If you are right handed person than your non-dominant hand shows like roots of a plant, while the dominant hand shows the observable stem, leaves, and flowers. Our subconscious roots reflect the patterns of our past. The flowers represent the karmic resolves we have consciously made. Yes, when our non-dominant hands lines changes, our very roots are shifting. We are planning and taking action, making great efforts to alter the inherited or Nature’s plan and proceeding towards to bring radical change in ourselves.

Parender Sethi


Thanks!

Thank you Parender for your beautiful insight. Really interesting.

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Re: Left or Right?

Post  Parender on Sat Jul 23, 2011 11:14 am

waqar.an wrote:
Parender wrote:I take it like this: If you are right handed person than your non-dominant hand shows like roots of a plant, while the dominant hand shows the observable stem, leaves, and flowers. Our subconscious roots reflect the patterns of our past. The flowers represent the karmic resolves we have consciously made. Yes, when our non-dominant hands lines changes, our very roots are shifting. We are planning and taking action, making great efforts to alter the inherited or Nature’s plan and proceeding towards to bring radical change in ourselves.

Parender Sethi


Thanks!

Thank you Parender for your beautiful insight. Really interesting.


Hey waqar.an,

I must thank for your compliments. Thank you waqar.an.
Thanks! This sounds good Very Happy

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Re : Left Hand and Right hand

Post  anand_palm on Sun Jul 24, 2011 3:15 pm

Hello parinder

I have gone to few palmist in south india who are very well reputed they all look at right hand for males and left fo rfemlaes and theyu do sometimes look at both hand together. I had also read somewhere in johny fincahm book that usually reading is done using both hands howvever the dominant part of hand becomes of use once we have crossed the adulthood barrier, that uis until the age of 20 or so your non dominant hand would be more dominant whereas afterwards your dominnt hand come into picture.
personally i dont think there is an outward expression and inward expression or how the public views ourself or not. iam not sure about the statistics but men are more right hand dominance compared to women (exceptions might be there). Like wise i have seen women having stronger left hand (that means lines and prints) dominating compared to men with respect to left hand. But ofcourse complete data needs to be obtained to see and prove men have more right hand domination to women. The concept of outer world and personal world is still not understood however my take is that there is more understanding needed about this before a conclusion is reached. Because people who devised this subject also would have thought about and have had a reason for making it in this fashion. Once a complete pictureis got both needs to be taken and understood and a totalistic picture needs to be priovided. The other question is on what basis do we call something as dominating, for example when i go play cricket i use my right hand, and ui use that for eating, writing ect. so based on the usage we call somethingh as dominating, ofcourse in palmistry on what basis probably nbased on line+dermatoglyphics+hand development ect.. Like iam trying to question on a complete basis for left as personal and right as public and why shoudl we correlate to non dominant and dominant. for example books write non dominant as left and dominant as right is where the confusion arises. My take is whichever has stronger patterns, line, fingers, hand is domnaiting. So if you look from this perspective than how would you ctaegorize personal, public. This concept woudl require a complete historical, rational and mystical basis on why adn how this has been developed. I would appreciate your views.

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Re: Left or Right?

Post  Hok on Mon Jul 25, 2011 7:06 am

Nashrie wrote:Anand, Myself and my wife both got readings from renowned palmist from indonesia on last vacation. There i noticed that the palmist gave reading after observing my right hand. But , when my wife got reading , she was asked to show her left hand. Since, I was naive in palmistry, i did not asked him the reason. It is interesting to note that palmists have various of opinion whether to read left or right. lol!
How about accuracy?Were they accurate?

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Re: Left or Right?

Post  Kiran.Katawa on Tue Feb 28, 2012 7:57 am

Lynn wrote:
"People often ask "which hand do you look at?". You have to study both hands. In traditional palmistry, if you are right handed, they say "the left is what the gods give you, the right is what you do with it." This is a bit simplistic and misleading - we were given both hands, the lines on both hands change, so we do something with both hands! The hand you write with is your dominant or active hand. It reflects the conscious you, your public face, you 'out in the world', what you have actively developed. The other hand, the passive or minor hand, is more about the subconscious, your private face, the inner you, your instincts, your latent abilities. So we have to look at and compare both hands to see the 'whole' person."
Hi Lynn,
this is a old post. But, brining in lime-light again.
In the context of the above post, what do you think about Sachin Tendulkar? Is he right handed/left handed?He bats with right hand, while writes with left hand. His life outside, on the field is dominated by his right hand.

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Re: Left or Right?

Post  Lynn on Tue Feb 28, 2012 10:34 am

HI Kiran, actually my own 'definition' is simplistic also! When I am teaching palmistry there is a full page and a long discussion about dominant/passive hand, the above is simplified for my website. Perhaps I should change this short version to "Usually the hand you write with is your dominant..." Some left handed people were forced to write with their right hand, some people use left hand / right foot, a few are ambidextrous.

Sorry I have no idea who Sachin Tendulkar is, I guess he is a cricketer. I don't know if he is right or left handed, from what you've said so far it sounds like his right is dominant? Which hand does he bowl/catch with? Which hand does he use to brush his teeth? Sometimes you can tell by looking at the hands eg which has longer Jupiter finger / stronger thumb, which palm is more physically developed, which has most lines etc.

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Re: Left or Right?

Post  Kiran.Katawa on Tue Feb 28, 2012 11:08 am

Lynn wrote:HI Kiran, actually my own 'definition' is simplistic also! When I am teaching palmistry there is a full page and a long discussion about dominant/passive hand, the above is simplified for my website. Perhaps I should change this short version to "Usually the hand you write with is your dominant..." Some left handed people were forced to write with their right hand, some people use left hand / right foot, a few are ambidextrous.

Sorry I have no idea who Sachin Tendulkar is, I guess he is a cricketer. I don't know if he is right or left handed, from what you've said so far it sounds like his right is dominant? Which hand does he bowl/catch with? Which hand does he use to brush his teeth? Sometimes you can tell by looking at the hands eg which has longer Jupiter finger / stronger thumb, which palm is more physically developed, which has most lines etc.

Okay. I thought you might be knowing him, as you're from England (as Cricket is a fav. sport there ) Smile.
Yes, he is one of the greatest cricketer ( called as God of Cricket ) from India.

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Re: Left or Right?

Post  tap on Sun Apr 22, 2012 1:29 pm

Thought this may be of interest to some on the subject of handedness

http://www.indiana.edu/~primate/brain.html

There is a research link on the bottom.

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