Psychic Power Newsletter

From: Dr Peter Filis

Location: Sydney, AUSTRALIA
Phone: 0409 652 191


Date: May 2005

Dear Friend,
In this issue, we will complete our discussion on Numerology, and continue with our step-by-step guide to Palmistry.

Numerology (Part 4)

In the last issue, we looked at how to calculate Personal Years. In this issue, we will look at Personal Months.

While the influence of the Personal Year number flows through all twelve months of the year, each month contains its own individual character as well. This is helpful in planning activities and goals over a shorter range of time.

A Personal Month must be read with reference to the Personal Year. The Personal Year sets the general framework for the entire year, while the Personal Month gives the month-by-month details.

To put it another way, if a Numerological Prediction is a meal, then the Personal Year represents the main ingredients, while the Personal Month represents the herbs and spices.

To create a Personal Month number, add the numeric value of the month (Jan = 1 to Dec = 12) to the Personal Year number.

In other words, calculate the Personal Year first (see the previous issue of this Newsletter), and then add the Numerical value of the Month. Then reduce.

In last edition of this Newsletter, we calculated that George had a Personal year of 7 for 2006.

January 2006 has a Personal Month of 8 (7 for 2006 + 1 for January = 8).

February 2006 has a Personal Month of 9 (7 for 2006 + 2 for February = 8).

March 2006 has a Personal Month of 1 (7 for 2006 + 3 for March = 10. 1 + 0 = 1).

The meanings for Personal Months are exactly the same as those for Personal Years. Bear in mind that when a Personal Month has the same number as a Personal Year, the Numerological flavour of that year is very strong.

For example, a Personal Month of 1 in a Personal Year of 1 is very strong for the Number 1! That would be an excellent Month to begin anything new. You are almost guaranteed success. Anything started during that Month would last a very long time.

That concludes our discussion on Numerology. The next issue will begin a discussion of Eastern Numerology. This is also called Karmic Numerology or Chinese Numerology.

Palmistry (Part 3)

Continuing from the last issue, determine the dominant hand. Touch the customer’s dominant hand, and say, “This is your dominant hand. I will read that hand”.

You will now examine the position of their hand. Ask the customer to hold out their dominant hand. Simply say, “Hold out your dominant hand”. Say it assertively. (You might want to hold out your own hand now - before you read the rest of this newsletter! Go on, hold out your hand, and don’t move it!)

Now pay particular attention to the way they hold out their hand. You must pay close attention, because they may shift their fingers once they notice that you are looking closely at their hand!

You must remember how they first held out their hand.
The way they hold out their hand tells you a lot about what is currently going on in their life.

Ignore texts that instruct you to look firstly at the size, shape and texture of the hand. Of all the elements in Palmistry, hand position changes the fastest. It can change from one week to the next. It can sometimes change within days!

You must begin the Palm Reading session by discussing their current life situation because that is what is foremost on their mind. People have short memories. If you begin the reading by interpreting the more general features of their hand (size, shape, texture, etc) and these interpretations are different to what they are currently experiencing in their life, they may reject your reading!

Let me give you an example.

Suppose the general features of their hand tell you that they are a happy, confident, carefree kind of person who is full of life and energy. However, their current hand position tells you that right now, they are feeling insecure, frustrated, unsociable and lethargic. If you tell them they are happy, confident and carefree and energetic, they will reject your reading! They might even reject everything else you say after that, even if it’s very accurate and precise. They might not say anything to you. They may even nod their head in agreement, but you will lose credibility.

You must begin the Palm Reading by interpreting their current situation.

Below is a list of all the various ways a hand may be held. Please note that you can secretly read anyone’s current life situation – even a total stranger from a distance. Just look at their hand position.

All the fingers are touching or held very closely together.
This person is reserved, uncommunicative, cautious, and inhibited. They are conservative in their approach to life. They can be a little uptight. This person does not want to stand out from the crowd. The closer the fingers are held together, the stronger these traits are expressed.

All the fingers are spread out.
Most people in show business hold out their hand like this, particularly actors. This person is open and receptive. They are approachable. They are feeling extroverted. They need freedom. They need space. They do not want to be part of the crowd. They are confident. They believe in themselves. They are almost always self-employed. If they are not self-employed, there is usually a good reason for this. These people are very open-minded.

The thumb is held very close to the palm.
This person is feeling insecure. They are feeling secretive. They are cautious. They are afraid of what other people may think of them. They don’t like being the centre of attention.

The Thumb is held out from the palm.
This person is feeling secure, self-confident and sociable.

The Index finger is held away from the other fingers.
This person is assertive and confident, but not necessarily ambitious.

The Little finger is held away from the other fingers.
This shows emotional or sexual difficulty. This person feels isolated, even if in a relationship. This person wants their space. They seek relationships with no strings attached. This person needs time alone. They want independence and hate having to rely on anyone for anything. When the little finger returns closer to the other fingers, they are willing to share their lives and space more easily.

The little finger and the Index finger are held away from the other fingers.
This person is unconventional, a nonconformist and full of personality. They may be rebellious. They may seem a little eccentric to others.

The Middle finger and the Ring finger cling together.
The person is being too responsible. This person is being a Martyr – they are sacrificing their own personal needs for the sake of others.

The Middle finger and Ring finger are held away from each other.
These people are resourceful and independent. These people need to spend time on their own every now and again. If they don’t get this time on their own, they go silent, and begin to withdraw from others.

The Fingers are curled up towards the Palm.
This person feels vulnerable. They want to run away and hide from the world.

The Fingers are straight or bend backwards.
This is a sign of an open person who is ready to face the world. They have no secrets. If the fingers are bend backwards, this person is too trusting and may confide in others too often and too easily.

More about systematic Palm Reading next month!

Dr Peter Filis