Palmistry originated in India thousands of years ago. The Greeks and Romans adopted the art of palm reading. Until the middle ages, it was a common practice to consult a palm reader. However, the church condemned this practice as it would distract people from ‘the true faith’.
Today, palmistry is not longer taboo. It is regarded as something special and exciting. I consider palmistry an esoteric science, that is to say: based on experience and/or experimental results. During my training with Ellen Duim, I have learned how surprisingly precise and structured the art of palmistry can be.
As such it is an invaluable aid to gaining a deeper understanding of our selves based on the stories that our palms tell us.