Just finished the 4-day Mind Body Spirit festival in Sydney and it was a whopper! In between reading my socks off, I had a great experience with John Paul Sutton, who does psychic wax art readings. John helped me to connect to my Highest Guide so that I was using Divine energy instead of my own. This definitely helped me to keep going through to 7pm each night.
I also treated myself to some yummy dumplings at Din Tai Fung in World Square. The service was haphazard but I did notice that all the staff had musical thumbs, i.e. they had a pronounced angle or joint, at the base of their thumbs. This bump shows that you have a good sense of timing, which is essential when you’re an athlete, public speaker, musician or a waiter in a fast-paced environment with hot soup!
Palmists believe that a bump at the base of the thumb gives you coordination and a sense of melody. A bump at the base of your thumb ball (Venus mount) closest to the wrist gives you excellent rhythm. Drummers usually have both bumps. These bumps can develop over time.
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