Palm Reader

Winter Solstice Celebration

Winter Solstice Celebration

I am delighted to let you all know that I will be reading at Mind,Body, Spirit in St Cloud this Saturday, December 21.   If you are interested in having your palm read please contact Mind, Body Spirit at  320-203-9630  to schedule an appointment.  You can have your reading and then do some very wonderful Christmas Shopping!

   Have a Very Merry Solstice

Second Saturday

Life is a real hoot

Life is a real hoot

SECOND SATURDAY

When two friends get together and share delightful news, gossip, dreams, love and plans many great things happen!

When My friend Mara and I conspire over coffee, inventions are created, plans are laid, joy is shared and goodness is afoot!  Life is a hoot, so let’s have more fun  Come and join us at Second Saturday                                                I will be reading palms life is never hiddencrowbar

                                  Mara will be a most fabulous host

    Together we can add joy to your life with our selection of items to peruse   and just perhaps purchase for yourself or others.  Up-cycled art, clothing,  vintage items,

                             Mara’s  Magnificent Mosaics!

 Think Spring!  Think Gardens! Think Art! Think Friendship! 

                                                   Think Beginning!

 

The magnificant Ya Ya’s

Last night presented me with the marvelous chance to read palms for a  beautiful, dynamic group of five women, They call themselves the Ya Ya’s, in honor of the intense friendship they have shared for years!

The setting for this small gathering was in the home and garden of one of these fabulous friends.  Her home was simple grace, replete with warmth, peace, fulfillment and lovely heart.  Her home presented a sense of cherished space

Doing a night of reading for a particular group is an interesting experience,  always a theme.  These women share not only their love for one  another but also the traits of humour, strength, and determination that have allowed them each to travel through independent lives with amazing spirit.

If all my evenings were so blessed!

Magnificant Mary

A few years ago I had the amazing privilege of meeting a woman named Mary, owner of MDK for hair in Hastings, MN.  I have had the pleasure of attending her business on many occasions to read palms, and get to know her wonderful circle of employees, friends and customers.

The atmosphere at her place is amazing, love, compassion, friendship, sisterhood.  I feel it all when I visit Mary’s shop.  MDK has gathered together an amazing collection of women, women who have healing in their hands, hearts and souls.

Love being there, love reading there.

And happily, I will be there again!  Hope to see you there!

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talking about hands!

The study of our hands is a long time art, developed nearly 3 centuries ago.  Think about your hand, and the many uses of your hand.  You touch, and respond to tactile sensations.  You manipulate tools, hold another’s hand, touch, and respond to tactile sensations.

Every hand is shaped differently, unique to our own selves.

Some are large, shaped squarely, with short, strong fingers. These are the hands of doers, builders, people who have most success creating, gardening, and building.  Other hands are long, tapered, soft, perhaps the hands of an artist, someone sensitive to the needs and emotions of others.  Some hands are strong, hard, with an embracing grip, others…weak and ineffectual.

Look at your own hands if you will.  Are your fingers straight or curved, what about the condition of your nails, the shape of your nails.
And look at your palms.  Every palm has a myriad of lines; some short and scattered, others connected to each other.  Most every hand has four major lines; Head, Destiny, Heart, and Life. And many more minor lines, along with crosses, squares and circles.

Your hands tell a story, they are an individual blueprint, your personality, health, emotions, even strength of commitment are outlined for you to see.

In the weeks to come, I will present to you information about hand analysis and palm reading, so that you can have a tool to understand the amazing beauty that is you!

Next week, the study of the shape of our hands…

Mara the Magical Gypsy

Once upon a time in a small Hamlet, there came to live a magical gypsy woman, my friend Mara.  She brought light and joy and adventure into my life.

I met Mara when she moved into the same small town I used to live in.  Actually she, with her partner, Rob purchased the old harness shop building that contained my upstairs apartment.  She evicted me…nicely. Well, if I were continuing this as a fable, I would say she freed me from my tower.   And we have been friends ever since.

She has many talents.  She writes, produces events, creates web sites, journals for herself and others, and is the mosaic mistress, the guru of gluing, the creator of craft, the original and only true tile gypsy.  Her work is truly art, so much so that she was asked to create a how -to book of mosaics.  Which she did wonderfully.  Making Mosaics with Found Objects

Mara makes magic, she picks up a small bit of china and in that bit sees an entire work of art.  While I was still living near her, she enticed me to go out in the evening streets of our small town, and fill in the cracks.  We filled cracks, corners, and walls, sidewalks with delightful whimsy of china bits, and pieces, little knick- knacks, pennies, anything that caught our magpie eyes; treasures brightening the town, and healing some old pains.  We have been told, by some, that if their spot did not have a Mara mosaic they felt left out.

I think Mara arrives at her small hamlet to heal some parts of it.  This town has a long history of pain, hushed secrets, all hidden in those cracks and crevices, and down the skinny, sometimes clutter filled alleys between the buildings.  Mara shines light where she goes, and opens eyes,  allows thoughts expressed.  Her conversations start others conversing, thinking.  She positively shakes up the status quo.   Her laugh and love embraces the town.

I love to visit Mara’s building.  225 Water Street.  I have watched it change from a rather sad, rickety building haunted by old standards and old hurt, to a lovely warm environment.

Mara gardens; she has created a wonderful land of flowers and growth in her own alley, full of laughter, bees, and happiness.  She has healed her alley.

Her small hamlet will never be the same, and that is perfect.

Summer dreaming

Dreaming of summer, and always…change in the air!!!

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