Palmistry is an integral part of Jyotish practice (astrology) that helps to determine an individual's physical, mental and karmic potential. A full explanation of how to read a palm from the point of view of Vedic wisdom is provided, with tips on how to identify and time those areas impacting on wealth, health and longevity. This book teaches you to analyse the possible implications of life-events as seen from the lines (Rekha) on the palm. This book also offers a number of methods to placate astrological influences via the use of yantra, mantra and gemstones, for example, explaining which gemstones to wear and on which finger. This guide is a thorough introduction to the practice of Vedic palmistry for students and practitioners of the Vedic tradition and those with a general interest in the occult sciences of India, but also for anyone interested in what the hand can tell them about their life potential and circumstances.
Andrew Mason is an expert in Eastern Alchemy and fully-trained Ayurveda practitioner. Andrew has studied the manufacturing of ancient remedies in the East and continues to record and catalogue these traditional techniques in the UK.
Introduction. 1. Vedic Palmistry. A) Signs upon the Body. B) Rekha (lines). C) Overview of chapters. PART I. 1. Which Hand Do I Look At? 2. Ayurvedic Hand Topography. A) Air Hand. B) Fire Hand. C) Water Hand. D) Mixed Types. 3. Maha Guna (Sattva-Rajas-Tamas). A) Maha Guna on the Hand. PART II. 1. Rekha (Lines). A) Pradhana / Primary Lines. B) A?sa?sa / Secondary Lines. C) Prakir?a / Miscellaneous Lines. D) Symbols (Chinha). E) Fingerprints (Hasta-mudra). F) Timelines (Kalamana Rekha). PART III. 1. Palmistry and Astrology. A) Introduction to the Planets. B) Planetary Portraits. C) Sun (Surya). D) Moon (Chandra). E) Mercury (Budha). F) Mars (Kuja). G) Jupiter (Brihaspati). H) Venus (Shukra). I) Saturn (Shani). J) Lunar Nodes (Rahu and Ketu). 2. Planetary Mounds and Zodiacal Signs. A) Planetary (Parvata) Mounds. B) Lunar Nodes. C) Astrological Signs (Rashi). D) Portraits of Rashi. PART IV. 1. Nakshatra and the Palm. 2. Nakshatra and Jyotish. 3. Moon Mythology. 4. Nakshatra Qualities and their Propitiation. 5. Health and Nakshatra. PART V. 1. Remedial Measures (Upayas). A) Gemstones (Ma?ik). B) Modern Approaches. C) Preparing, Setting, Pairing and Wearing of Gemstones. D) Health Benefits of Gemstones. E) Legend of Bala and Gemstones. 2. Metal (Dhatu). A) Sapta Dhatu (Seven Tissues). B) Properties of Metal. 3. Yantra / Talisman. A) Suraya. 4. Charmed Thread (Pirithnoola). 5. Sacred Sounds (Mantra). 6. Deviyo-bandana (Deity Worship). A) Honouring Navagraha. B) Conclusion. Appendix - The Baja Seer (an introduction to Vedic Palmistry). A) Settling in 2005. B) A Chance Meeting. C) Studying Palmistry. D) Remedial Measures. E) Conclusion. Bibliography. Resources