Just to let you know, my new interview series kicks off on 23 September 2010.
The first monthly topic I’ll be exploring is depression.
How depression, sadness and despair shows up in your hands and life, and what to do.
I’ll be interviewing several experts on this topic.
On 23 September 2010, I’ll be interviewing Richard Unger, the world’s leading authority on hand analysis, on how depression shows up in hands.
Richard is founder of IIHA, the International Institute of hand Analysis, and has been studying hands for over 40 years. During our interview, I’ll be grilling Richard on the finer
nuances and subtle differences between the following markers:
Abyss line, Moon attack, Persephone, Jacobs ladder, Star of tears, Neptune star, the Scout, Missing mother’s milk,
color, As well as various life purposes and life lessons where this theme crops up.
(These are the markers I have proposed to Richard. It’s quite possible that he’ll add or subtract some.)
In the weeks that follow my interview with Richard, I will also be interviewing psychiatrists, psychologists, other healers and spiritual advisors to get advice on what to do about depression.
These interviews are free and open to the general public. The calls with Richard are paid.
How to join the calls?
You can access the calls with Richard by joining Earth School, for $37 per month.
Or you can purchase each interview individually for $47 each.
More about Earth School:
Earth School starts 23 September 2010. You can join here.
Richard has committed to teaching us about our hands in Earth School for at least the next 6 months.
What else do you get in Earth School?
You get affordable hand analysis
Discounts on hand analysis classes.
Plus free fingerprint analysis when you join
Plus on-going tips how to use the markers in your hands as friends rather than enemies.
If you have any questions related to depression , please get these questions off your chest right away.
Write your question in the comments below or email them to me.
I’ll include your questions among my own while interviewing the various experts.
Wishing you a sunny day.