Imagine spending time with a horse out in nature where he 'listens' and senses your every emotion, he 'sees you for who you really are', he walks with you, he stands by you, he gently nuzzles up to you, maybe even lies down with you.
Out beyond the sleepless city of the mind, there is an open field, where you can lay down in that grass and learn to feel. I'll meet you there. Catch a ride on the breath for a fresh breeze of air, can you feel it taking you in, deeper, to the mysterious inner sense arising in you?
The way we think, certainly has an effect on the way we perform. We all know that when we feel more motivated, we also feel more confident and when we feel more confident, we're more likely to achieve the goals we set ourselves and there's the added benefit of feeling happier and more valued as a result.
This is a truly exceptional hand. In Tibetan palmistry this is the hand of the Tortoise. The tortoise moves slowly, and unfailingly negotiates many obstacles on his journey, and eventually reaches his destination no matter what obstacles he encounters. He is a shy peaceful creature whose main focus is internal, and his hard shell belies a soft interior.
This has got to be the most asked question in my 60 years of reading palms. Traditionally women have always been more intuitive and open in the complementary and alternative arenas, and increasingly now, many will send in palmer photocopies of prospective partners for expert insight, seeking to avoid emotional mistakes, which can be costly financially and emotionally.