I love books
Sometimes I Sleep with them.
My house looks like a used bookstore run by the Mad Hatter. Books are in every room usually in piles of six or seven high. You can tell which ones I'm infatuated with by the degree of destruction of the pages, the cramped writings in the margins and bent covers. I have a tendency to read in bed and fall asleep with the book under me.
My mother started my love affair with books by reading "Moby Dick" chapter by chapter instead of fairy tales (she read fairy tales too). I couldn't understand in college why we were studying a kid's book when we started studying Melville's "Moby Dick." I digress of course, you came to this page for a list of books, not another "Georgia Ramble."
#1 ) Ask and It Is Given -
Learning To Manifest
by Jerry and Esther Hicks
(The Teachings of Abraham)
2) Man and His Symbols or Memories, Dreams Reflections by Carl Jung... from the looks
of the books, probably Memories has the edge, Book won't even close any more.
3) The Astrology of Personality by Dane Rudhyar ... actually anything by Rudhyar,
I like the sound of his writing voice. Sounds a little like Jung in style, a little like Jung
in content too.
4) The Complete Works of Shakespeare...
whatever you need to know about life, is in there somewhere. "Dreamers live forever", Will was the ultimate dreamer.
Okay, so you expected a book on palm reading, eh, there's tons and tons of books, but you probably would learn more about Cheiromancy from Rudhyar, Jung or the Abraham. And they don't talk about it at all. If you want to learn palm reading per se, find a mentor and
learn real, real slow.