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Thulasidharran, a practitioner of physiognomy, palmistry and numerology, says slight corrections in your lifestyle can change your future

Published: 14th June 2013 08:05 AM  |   Last Updated: 14th June 2013 08:05 AM   |  A+A-


Have you ever met a soothsayer who advises you to sleep tight or eat almonds? We have heard of never-ending poojas and expensive yantras to make your future bright, but P C Thulasidharran, an expert in three ancient sciences, says slight corrections in your lifestyle can change your future in a positive way. A practitioner of physiognomy, palmistry and numerology, he makes his predictions and corrections based on the three sciences. The in-house consultant of a string of star hotels, his clientele includes film stars, politicians and high-profile businessmen.

Physiognomy is the science which helps to decode one’s inborn weaknesses based on the scientific reading of his or her appearance. “There are people who need deep and regular sleep. For them it will be essential like food and based on certain traits you can identify such persons. I ask them to go to bed early, the latest by 11 pm. One hour of sleep before 12 in the night is equal to a couple of hours of sleep after 12. If you feel restless and depressed throughout the day and can’t concentrate on your work without any particular cause, the reason can be this,” he says. When you get a physiognomic reading all the weak and strong points in one’s personality will be revealed. “Some persons don’t know how naive they are or how susceptible they are to certain things. I give them tips how to take care of certain situations,” he says.

Numerology, the study of numbers and their combination, is another area that can bring positive changes to your life. Based on your date of birth a whole range of things can be identified. “You can find your lucky numbers, colours, gems, days and relationships. Numerology also helps to take precaution against diseases and hostility,” he says. For many, the colour they have been avoiding all their life will be their lucky colour. “Many of the women stick to a range of colours thinking that the others won’t suit them. There was this foreigner who insisted blue will make her pale. But she wore a blue dress per my advice and the change was incredible. Your lucky colour will enhance your inborn charm and you can always expect positive things. Similarly, eating certain food and herbs that are compatible with your DOB will be beneficial,” he says.

Thulasidharran, who himself has changed his name according to numerology, says majority of people approach him for names that suit their birth date. “It works. Look at people like Jayalalithaa, adding an additional ‘a’ to her name did wonders to her political career,” he says. He asks his clients to use their new spelling or name for a number of days before officially changing it. “Within days there will be positive changes like progress in career and relationships. I ask them to officially change it only when they are completely convinced,” he says.

He says the small corrections in your lifestyle can be more beneficial than many of the astronomical solutions that involve lots of money. “They are like potent ‘ottamoolis’. I give some suggestions that are easy to follow. If you find some positive changes, you can continue following them, if not you can stop. But since it’s a science I can guarantee that there will be a change,” he adds. Thulasidharran can be contacted at 9446751798.


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