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Palmistry Paves the Path to Perfection: Practical Guidelines to Medical Palmistry
Dr. Vasant Lad BAM&S, MAScMay 15th, 2015
Below is full lecture outline (Friday lectures are just an Introduction)
Vasant Lad, Ayurvedic Physician, will lead us through understanding the palm as a diagnostic tool. As an alternative assessment tool, palmistry can unlock secrets of a person’s mental state or give reasons as to why certain choices are made repeatedly, thereby assisting the practitioner in giving advice that is more uniquely suited to them.
The palm can unlock secrets to the planetary influences leading to a pattern of choices in a person’s life. Reading the palm can offer guidance into more subtle therapies that will serve a client well. The map of the palm is a mystery that has intrigued people for thousands of years. Perhaps this is due to its amazing ability to show exactly what is happening within us, offering reasons for why we do the things we do.
This mystery is something we carry at the end of our arm every day of our lives. It serves us by cooking, typing, and brushing our hair. This practical appendage also contains secrets to our well-being.
Vasant Lad, Ayurvedic Physician, will move us through the subtleties of seeing the palm in a new light. He will take us beyond the hairbrush and the stove and into the realm of self-inquiry and self-healing.