Cynthia ClarkWhere can you go to look for expert relationship advice? How about your own hands? In this episode, SLSP host Tatiana Berindei and Cynthia Clark – an expert palm reader and creator of Love In Your Hands – discuss the many secrets our hands can reveal to us if we only know how to look. Cynthia explains how our hands change and evolve as we do, how to identify certain archetypes based on the shape of the hand and walks the listeners through some fun explorations they can do on their own. Tune in to learn more about how to use the messages in your hands to guide you towards a compatible partnership.

Hello, everyone. Welcome to the Sex, Love and SuperPowers podcast show. I’m your host, Tatiana Berindei. And today I have a very interesting guest with me. Lucky you folks, you get relationship advice from an expert palm reader. Her name is Cynthia Clark. Let me tell you a little bit about her.

Cynthia Clark began her soulmate journey at a young age. Married by the time she was 21 years old, she was with her first husband for 19 years. When her marriage ended, Cynthia went through a rebound period that taught her a lot about partner selection, especially inappropriate selections.

Using the process that she now teaches, she found the love of her life and is now happily married in a beautiful, expansive soulmate relationship. Her extensive work in palmistry and energy healing has guided her to assist others in this journey. Cynthia has coached thousands of people in all areas of their lives, including relationship items.

She is the author of Stories in Your Hands: Discover Your Authentic Destiny Using Palmistry and Tarot and has personally worked with over seven thousand people worldwide. She’s the creator of the soulmate code system to identify soulmate archetypes using hand analysis. She’s passionate and compassionate toward those seeking their soulmate relationship, and her greatest desire it that everyone seeking true love finds it and loves it.

When you are in a relationship like that, it opens up the rest of your life as well, including greater joy, greater abundance, greater health, and greater fulfillment. So welcome to the show, Cynthia.

Oh, thank you so much. I’m super excited to be here.

Yeah. I’m excited to have you. This is a fun one. It’s like, “Whoo,” even for us. I’m totally stoked on it. I love it, I love it, I love it.

My inner Romanian is jumping for joy with this one.

But before we get started, will you tell our listeners what your super powers are?

Oh, certainly. My super power actually has to do with the ability to see patterns. So when I first started reading palms, I consider palmistry a, it’s a language. It’s like learning a foreign language. Over time, it starts to stick with you and you start to see the patterns, and you start to see the things kind of thread together.

My super power is the ability to see the patterns through the hands using palmistry and I've been able to combine it with other things

My super power is the ability to see the patterns through the hands using palmistry and I’ve been able to combine it with other things.

My super power is the ability to see the patterns through the hands using palmistry and I’ve been able to combine it with other things. So that’s what my whole book is about. The archetypes and how it combines with tarot, and the major arcana of the tarot cards. So that was something that came to me through, just all my experiences.

Very cool. I cannot wait to dive into that. I’m also just super curious how you came to palmistry. I love talking with people who have very nontraditional life paths. And so yeah, I would love to hear how you found that world and what that journey’s been like for you.

Yeah. So I actually grew up in a pretty traditional household in Salt Lake City, Utah. I didn’t start studying palms in palmistry until I was in my early 30s. So before that, I had a business degree from the University of Utah. I ran a restaurant for about seven years with my ex-husband. You know, pretty normal life I would say.

I found this book on palmistry at the library one day. It was after we had sold the restaurant. I was basically retired at that time and really had no idea what I was going to do with the rest of my life. Of course, I don’t believe in accidents and I believe things come to us when they’re ready. And so I found this book on palm reading. And I took it home, and I started to read it, and I had this really profound deja vu experience that I had studied it before. That I needed to study it again.

And it was just really one of things that was hitting me in the head.


Yeah. So here I am.

And so how does one go about studying palmistry? Was it all just books and self study?

It was a lot of books. I’ve probably read at least 70 books on palm reading. I mean, there’s a lot out there. But it’s also about meeting people in person. At the time when I was just starting to learn, I was going to all my friends and family, and I was saying, “Hey, do you mind if I just look at your hands? I need to practice this.”

And I just started applying some of the information I learned from books. The response was so overwhelming positive. It was really, like, “Yeah, you should be doing this. Why aren’t you doing this?” It was so interesting. It was really an awakening.

But I did also find some teachers online. I’ve done a lot of formal training as well.

That’s so fun. I’m just really curious. You know, I have eastern European background and this kind of thing, like, the palm reading and the tarot, it’s something that I’ve been intrigued with ever since I was a kid. I picked up my first book about palmistry when I was 11 years old.

And I think there’s some ancestral in there. But I’m curious if you know more about the origin of, like, how people discovered that you can learn about yourself through reading lines on your hand.

Well, as far as I know palm reading is over five thousand years old. We believe it originated in either China or India. It was somewhere in the far east.

It’s interesting how there’s different disciplines and different ways. Like, the Indian palmistry tends to be more future telling. They want to predict the future quite a bit through their readings. Chinese palmistry uses a lot of health aspects. It does have some different aspects to it. And then modern palmistry is kind of morphed. In my opinion, it’s super useful because it just tells you all about who you are. Your hands are like your mirror to who you are.

I really want to empower people to make better decisions in their lives rather than just give them a fortune telling kind of a reading

I really want to empower people to make better decisions in their lives rather than just give them a fortune telling kind of a reading.

But it’s changeable too. As far as predicting something, I tend to stay a little bit. I’m careful about that because I really want to empower people to make better decisions in their lives rather than just give them a fortune telling kind of a reading. The lines can and do change.

Yeah. I’ve noticed that in my own hands. I have lots of lines in my hands and it’s something that, like I said, been very fascinated with since I was a kid. I’ve watched them over the years and they do change. I’ve always been so curious about that because I think that’s sort of the common storyline that we have, especially in the US culture, is that it’s a fortune telling thing.

And so I’ve always been curious: How can you tell someone’s future through their hands when the hands change?

Yeah. I mean, I look at it more like past, present, and future is always on both of your hands all the time. But because we have free will and we have an ability to make different choices in our lives, and we also have different circumstances and different situations that come up, that’s going to reflect in the hands also.

Even though we can see the patterns and things like that, it’s not set in stone. I use it more to help guide people on how to be more happy and fulfilled in their lives.

Cool. Well, we’re going to dive into how you do that. You’ve got me thinking about all sorts of quantum realities happening at the same time. But that’s a larger conversation than what we’re in for right now.

And so we do have a little bit of a quick break. Before we do, will you tell everyone where they can go to find out more about you and your work?

Absolutely. You can find me over at or at

Okay. We’re talking with Cynthia Clark. And when we get back from the break, she’s going to give us some relationship advice. She is an expert palm reader, so stay tuned. You don’t want to miss this.

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Music Credit: All instruments played by Amanda Turk. Engineered and produced by Tatiana Berindei and Daniel Plane