Palmistry: A Love Story
NEW YORK, Jan. 24, 2013 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- Master palmist Mark Seltman and his life partner Joanna Brotman reveal how Mark's passion for palmistry has affected their marriage and family life. This two and one-half minute video received over one million views within hours of being posted on AOL Huffington Post's "You've Got" series.
Mark has appeared on ABC The View, CBS Martha Stewart Living, CBS Evening News, Fox Good Day NY, Lifetime TV, Queens, and NPR and WNYC Radio. He's been featured in the New York TImes, New York Newsday, New York Magazine, The Daily News, The Village Voice, Instyle Magazine, Family Circle, Modern Bride, Astrogirl Magazine, and many other periodicals.
Mark Seltman encourages everyone to ask their hands: Who am I? What do I want? What do I value? What do I think? How do I feel? How can I be happier? How can I be healthier? How are my relationships? What are my obligations and responsibilities? How can I be more prosperous? How can I be more creative? What's my purpose? What's my philosophy? How can I be more spiritual? What's next? Anyone can be their own best friend and bull-shit detector once they learn to read hands. Anyone who wants to learn more about palmistry can read Mark Seltman's blog at http://blog.markseltman.com Mark's mission is to give everyone a helping hand, their own.
Palmistry is the 5500 year old science and art of interpreting character from hands. Hands are topographical maps of character in past, present, and future. Hands are empowering tools that can confirm, affirm, and transform a person's destiny. The value of reading hands is in being able to readily recognize personality traits, habits and patterns, and motivations. As an individual identifies his or her strengths and weaknesses, he can change his thinking, exercise his free will, and transform negative thought patterns into positive behavioral patterns. He can take charge of his thinking, feelings, and actions.
Reading hands is simple and fun. The beauty of reading hands is that hands change as a person's thinking and circumstances change. A tiny change in a hand can reflect a huge change in a life. A person can make decisions and exercise their free will and observe their successes and failures reflected in the mirrors of their hands over time.
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