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Unlocking Destiny: My Transformative Experience with Nadi Palm Leaf Reading

Updated: Oct 20, 2023

Hey Dream Life community,

Ever wondered about the road map of your life? I recently had a Nadi palm leaf reading and let me tell you, it's an experience worth sharing. Thirty years ago, the idea of a Nadi reading intrigued me. Fast forward to August 2023, and I finally had my session, thanks to the Indian Palm Leaf Reading

Institute in Vienna.

What's a Nadi reading, you may ask? It's an ancient Indian astrological practice that uses your thumbprint to match you with palm leaves that hold the secrets of your past, present, and future. This isn't a quick process; experts may spend months searching through libraries in Southern India to find the leaf corresponding to your thumbprint. Once found, a trained Nadi astrologer interprets the inscriptions, revealing astonishingly accurate details about your life. I had a live three hour Zoom session covering the matching and reading with experts in India, supported by an Institute facilitator.

In my case, they nailed my birth details, names of my parents, and even my zodiac signs. The reading wasn't just a series of vague generalities; it had specific insights into my family, health, finances, and career. It even included some forecasts about my future activities. I found it deeply reassuring that my current path—career coaching, life mentoring, and astrological advising—was the right one for me. I also gained a profound sense of my soul's journey across lifetimes, shedding light on what lies ahead.

So, why does this matter? This wasn't just any reading. It was like a compass, guiding me through life's challenges and confirming that I'm on the right track. Plus, the team at the Indian Palm Leaf Institute provided post-reading support, something you can't put a price on.

Curious? Check out the Palm Leaf Institute's Facebook page ( for more info.

For an in-depth dive, the article "Nāḍī Divination and Indian Astrology" by Martin Gansten is must-read.


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