My Joyful Adventure in Vedic Palmistry
How does a small-town girl from Quebec defy convention and become a Vedic palmist to the stars? Guylaine Vallée’s debut autobiography, The Happy Palmist, charts her tumultuous journey from unhappy teen to fulfilled healer and wellness consultant. New York Times best-selling author Steve Erwin (Left to Tell) helped Vallée craft her story, drawing out the rich details of heartache and elation that fill this chronicle of loneliness, hope and redemption.
At the age of 24, she moved back to Montreal where she heard about Indian palmist Ghanshyam Singh Birla. His name resonated with her. She decided to become a palmist after meeting Ghanshyam.
Guylaine was so impressed with the power of Vedic palmistry to identify behavioral patterns, problems and potential in herself — and so inspired by Ghanshyam’s deep commitment to help others — that she dedicated herself to Vedic studies.
Ghanshyam would inspire her to begin a new, exciting chapter of her life — a mission to help others through the ancient science of Palmistry, through which she eventually found joy.
Publisher: Galaxy (December 6, 2015) - 224 pages