Sunday, April 19, 2009

blogging on palm reading and hand analysis

It's been quite a challenge trying to get a word press blog installed on my website so that I can blog independently on palm reading and hand analysis and other topics close to my heart.

Part of me says I'm insane, cancel it immediately.
The other says half go for it!

What do you think?

Please go look at my home page blog and give me some feedback.

Much appreciated.

Also, if you're thinking of doing something similar better check with me first. It's a minefield trying to do the right thing and get Technorati and the other sites all properly linked in.

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Sunday, March 1, 2009

Are you ready for a new start ?

Here's a powerful new way to shift yourself
immediately in any direction you'd like to go.

New Start


Zest for life
Desire to be happy
Desire to feel connected
Passionate desire to live your dreams
Desire to keep your current life but also upgrade it
(no experience or talent necessary!)

Come experience a new start wherever you are in the world.

In Aarau and online you can now have hand analysis
together with EFT (emotional freedom technique)
In Bauma, with wholistic kineseology.
In Zürich the focus is on using collage portraits to strength
and remind yourself of who you really are.

May you find time today to connect with yourself
nature, friends and family who support your journey.



PS: For a New Start"> in Zürich, book through Margie on 076 3930735
For elsewhere in the world,

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Monday, February 2, 2009

paid in potatoes for palm reading?

Look what I was just given!

what is it?
a potato!

who gave it to you?
I dunno. Let me guess...
god? my guardian angel? my higher self? a swiss farmer? nobody?
I'm just making this all up?

all of these answers are probably true!

at the same time?!

that's the delicious juicy mystery
of this adventure called life.

I'm taking it as a sign I'm on the right track!

if you want to be in on this
be sure to sign in on my newsletter.

It's full of crib notes, short cuts
a breath of fresh air really.

grab it. It's a rope out of hell.

Do you know, you can squeeze the last sentence into just one word?

; )

Take another look at my potato in the photo above.

my potato? your potato? our potato?


I don't own this potato any more!

The minute I dropped it into
the cyber pond
it became a gift to everyone
in the pond.

something like the miracle
of the bread multipying.

Just goes to prove, you can eat your potato and have it!!!

so what does this mean?

All the rules are changing on this planet.


Better get a new manual.
or read your package insert.

The instructions that came with you
when you were born.

where are they?
Written in your fingerprints!

Learn to read yours the easy way.
Make sure you're on the list.

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Friday, January 23, 2009

Obama's Hands - Are we all in good hands?

We're living in exciting times!

America’s in new hands and the rest of the world it.

But who is this man we’re embracing? What do we know about the hands that hold all our hopes and dreams?

Hands don’t lie. Hands speak volumes about their owners. Our strengths, weaknesses, challenges and even deepest motivators are visible in our palms.

Obama has a big task ahead of him. Can he get the job done? Is he a good team player? Will he take the resto fthe world into consideration? Will he be able to navigate America through choppy seas?

So what do Obama’s hands say?

The set of Obama’s thumb indicates that he is a good team player. This is good news for the rest of the world. He is likely to work with other countries and other factions for the good of all. The deep long line running under his middle finger is the hallmark of a highly responsible person. This line indicates a capacity and willingness to work. He gets the job done! His ‘trains all run on time’. This is good news in a president’s hands. He’ll lead by doing.

Other good news is his headline type. He has a very special headline type called a HAL. This long headline that runs almost to the edge of the palm but not over it is a giftmarker indicating that he is built to solve world scale problems. So, he certainly has the perfect brain for the job.

But what about his heart?

The long upward sweep of his heart line towards the middle finger indicates a passionate, expressive communication style. Obama has fire in his heart! He knows what he wants and isn’t shy to express his needs. Fortunately he also has rounded tips to his fingers indicating a cheerful, friendly disposition and a desire to please others.

Obama’s heart line type also indicates that h’s charismatic and charming. This is mirrored in his healthy Venus zone (the fleshy bulge under the thumb)

He also has a very healthy gap between his headline and lifeline. This means he is an independent thinker. His thinking is not bound to that of his family of origin.

The bad news?

Obama has a relatively low set index finger. This means he feels he doesn’t always get the respect he deserves. Quite understandable given his background.

But can he overcome this?

I think so. Obama has a relatively long hand with long fingers. This indicates an interesting blend of thoughtfulness and sensitivity. He can think objectively about feelings without reacting blindly. Good qualities for hands that hold so much power.

What drives Obama? Obama has a very high set ring finger. This means that he thrives on applause and being in the spotlight. It’s a fundamental need. The worst thing you could do to this man is ignore him.

Hardly likely considering that he is now most powerful man on this planet!

The other thing that drives Obama is his fundamental need to solve world scale problems.

Overall, this is a good hand for a peace maker and a leader. Both strong and sensitive, he can see the broader picture, hold a vision, lead powerfully and at the same time connect with others, considering their needs and opinions. It's an intoxicating mixture (charisma, passion, fairness, staying power and intelligence).

Perfect for the man who will lead the world into a new era of peace and mutual prosperity.

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Monday, January 5, 2009

Keeping promises

We’re already 5 days into 2009, which is when New Year resolutions start to go more or less out the window, or are in danger of tiptoeing in that direction.

Resolutions are promises we make to ourselves. My New Year started with shock therapy to cure me forever from making promises I can’t keep.

Thought I’d share the story with you to cheer you up in case all your resolutions are already in shards around your ankles.

What happened?

My 9 yr old son was really looking forward to setting off all his fire crackers with his friends.
I suggested he sleep a few hours and promised to wake him at midnight. He absolutely refused. Then 30 min before count down he crept away and quietly curled up in a corner in deep hibernate mode. Come midnight I tried everything to wake him but he was out cold. Eventually I gave up and just let him be. Wrong! I’d forgotten something really important. I’d forgotten I’d promised to wake him. Doing your best just isn’t good enough in this instance. After all, a promise is a promise.

When Jules eventually woke up he was furious and I was in serious pooh. Even worse, I totally deserved it. I hadn’t thought this through at all. I felt like I’d betrayed him deeply. That I was untrustworthy; the worst mother in the whole world. How could I have been so thoughtless? If I knew what I know now I would have poured a bucket of cold water over his head. Anything, to keep my word.

But the deed was done. I couldn’t turn back the clock.

So, how to make amends?
I told him he was right. I had made a terrible mistake and because of this we would change our plans and spend the day doing anything he liked.


We spent the morning at Alpemari, an outrageously expensive water world about half an hour from Zürich.
There are all these really scary slides, with names like cobra, thriller and tornado and
Jules’s all time favourite, the Balla Balla. This one sends you hurtling down a pitch dark tube, with flashes of lightening and then it takes you out into the freezing outdoors to get snowed on before dropping you again down another terrifying twister.

Licence to scream as much as you like. Scream out all your frustrations of the past year. A healing, purifying, cleansing process. Better than confession any day.
Finally your limp body gets spat out into a tepid pool at the foot of a zillion steps so you can climb back up again and do it all again.

So, now I have made my confession to you too. (Took me 5 days to own up!) This is how I did my penance. 10 slides, at least 2 times each with step training in between. It was a bit like counting beads on a rosary. Bless me for I have sinned!

Fortunately there was also a hot saline external bath and the end to sooth the weary muscles and bruised bones of this recovering sinner.

Moral of the story?
Don’t make promises to your kid unless you can keep them.

You don’t have any kids?

Sure you do. Everyone has an inner kid. And rumour has it that this is the most neglected kid on the block.
Have you made promises to yourself, esp your inner kid, that you can’t (or don’t really intend to) keep?
This is a sure fire way to shoot yourself in the foot.

This is my new year resolution:
To give myself a break and not make any promises unless they align with my own well being and I absolutely can keep them.

Watch out for my free report ‘ 6 ways to embrace yourself in 2009’ arriving in your mailbox on Jan 7th if you're subscribed to my newsletter.

Oh my gosh, what HAVE I promised!
; )

to get this report:

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Tuesday, December 30, 2008

My New Year wishes for you

My wishes for you in 2009:

May you love and be loved, fully, undeservedly and passionately
May you let go of the past, by embracing it.
May you cherish your time
May you have courage
May you have focus
May you connect with source
May you be lead though play
May you act on your intuition
May you speak your truth
May you surround yourself only with friends who embrace your highest vision of yourself.
May you commit fully
May you not hold back
May you never give up on yourself
May you cherish the sacred, in you, in others, in nature.
May you be both successful and happy, and not put off one for the other.
May you have both peace and prosperity, and not forfeit one for the other
May you be more gentle with yourself and others and have less rules.
May you honour your body, you spirit and your life purpose

In short:

May you choose heaven instead of hell, with every breath and every thought.

Wishing you a sacred time now with friends and family and in the coming year

With love,

To get my lastest report: 7 ways to embrace yourself in 2009 click here

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Friday, September 28, 2007

Do you have a broken Life line?

A broken life line does NOT mean you will die early or have some terrible accident.

No-one can tell you how long you are going to live by measuring the length of your lifeline.

Your life line shows what kind of anchor you have. Do you have no anchor or a strong one? This has to do with family background conditions and how grounded you are in your body and on the planet. Your life line also shows how you expend your energy,

If you have a weak anchor, try body work such as tai chi, healing tao, dance, martial arts or yoga to help you become more grounded.

Sometimes you life line is disturbed by your career line. This is called a '3 for 2' (3 lines instead of 2) and means your work needs to be all-consuming. In other words, you need a mission. A life project that fascinates you and keeps you occupied day and night. Your occupation isn't just a job. It's something you eat, sleep and breathe. It's your oxygen; what keeps you going. In a sense, your work is your anchor.

If this is you, you're not designed to be a 9 to 5er!

Have you found your mission in life yet?

Perhaps it's time you had your hands analysed to find out if you have any special talents you're totally unaware of.

Find out more about having a private consultation here.

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