I've read just about every palmistry book that has ever been written. Most palmistry books are cookbooks with smorgasbords of inferior ingredients and unreliable recipes passed down for generations. Many palmistry books look good, however, they're notoriously confusing. Inaccurate information and inadequate illustrations are cloaked in esoteric and technical jargon. At this point, I consider myself the most competent reader in the field. I practice what I preach, which is to look and listen carefully, think clearly and creatively, feel fully and freely, examine a multitude of hands, ask abundant questions, and if you can't be helpful or leave people feeling hopeful, don't say anything at all.
I was trying to figure myself out. A lot of unexpected shit was happening and I began to think that maybe I wasn't supposed to be doing what I was trying to do. I began to explore my symbolism and got hooked.
Corporate special events. I've examined tens of thousands of hands of individuals of every age, gender, race, color, size, shape, and socio-economic diversity. I entertain and advise celebrities, billionaires, corporate executives, and everyone working for them. I counsel countless couples. I raise funds for copious causes. I volunteer for AIDS, Arts, and Healthy environment. I've even read hundreds of criminally insane people's hands at a forensic psychiatric hospital.