- What is Vedic palmistry?
- How is Vedic palmistry different from the other types of palmistry?
- What do the lines on our palm stand for?
- What are some of the biggest misconceptions that you’ve come across about Vedic palmistry?
- How did you get exposed to the wonderful world of Vedic palmistry?
- And much much more…
Guylaine Vallée, author of the book “The Happy Palmist: My Joyful Adventure in Vedic Palmistry”, is a Vedic palmist-astrologer at the Birla Center in Montreal and Chénéville.
In her 30 years as a professional palmist, she has helped thousands of clients improve their lives and has inspired tens of thousands lecturing across North America and through her many radio and television appearances. She gives private consultations and training in palmistry.
Note: On this episode, Guylaine Vallée reads the palms of 3 listeners, makes some intriguing observations and shares some amazing advice. Don’t forget to listen till the very end! 😀
Inspirational quote – “Disturbance comes only from within – from our own perception.” – Marcus Aurelius
Alternative Practice – Vedic Palmistry.
Life Purpose – To bring light and knowledge to everyone who comes to see us. If I could help millions of people, I would be the most happy girl and palmist.
- Best Advice – Everything in life is about the attitude. So, if you have the right attitude when you do something, it will work!
- Personal Habit – The will to do just a little more. Just do it; be consistent. The will and consistency are very important.
- Book Recommendation – Autobiography of a Yogi.
Learn more about Guylaine at www.Birla.ca
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