Life purpose hand analysis courses in South Africa

I’ll be in South Africa from later this week to 4 June 2009,
to visit family at and also to offer life purpose hand analysis courses and consultations in Johannesburg on the way in and on the way home.

Visiting old friends in the bushveld
Visiting old friends in the bushveld

While in SA, I’d like to help as many people as possible discover what their life purpose is and also what the single biggest thing is that’s holding you back.  All this information is visible in your fingerprints and gift markers (key palm reading markers).

Courses, consultations and free workshops

Consultation slots for May 14 and 15th are already taken.
There are still some openings available on 1, 2, and 3rd June 2009 in Douglasdale, Johannesburg. To reserve, please contact Elizabeth on elizabeth at or tel 082 995 1486

Free workshop. Hands on the Wall.

Saturday 30 May 2009

Learn to read hands by observation. We’ll project the hands on the wall so you can see what markers I’m talking about.
Venue in

Northern Johannesburg to be arranged depending on numbers. Length of event depends on number of active participants.

My goal on this day is to help as many people as possible discover their life purpose and to demonstrate my system at the same time. Ths is part of the 30 day life purpose challenge.

Become a certified POP analyst
(purpose on the planet analyst).
No prior experience necessary.
Sunday 31 May 2009, Douglasdale, Johannesburg
Full day: R997

For reservations, please contact Elizabeth on Elizabeth at or tel 082 995 1486

Find out more about the 30 life purpose challenge

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