The choices we make in life can say a lot about us. Even the choices that we don’t even know we’re making, such as our
sleep position. From a young age we know that there are “fortune tellers” (if you believe in them or not) who can read the lines on your palms and can tell your fortune.
Palmistry is a branch of science dealing with the art of palm reading and for centuries has been one of the most popular methods in predicting the future. Palmistry has been, and still is, practiced in many countries around the world. It is said that in order to accurately real palm lines, one needs “to be equipped with a divine knowledge that may connect them with the proper palm reading assignment”.
We know that a lot of you probably don’t have this “divine knowledge,” and if you were anything like me, I use to go around and make up stories about how long someone will live and how many kids they will have by looking at the lines on their palms. There’s no need for me to make these stories up anymore because I’ve learned some basic tips on how to read palm lines. And you, too, can impress all your friends with this (not so divine) knowledge. You’re welcome.
Your right hand is what you were born with.
Your left has changed and is what you’ve accumulated through your life.
Your right hand is what you’ve accumulated through your life.
Your left hand is what you were born with.
For this, we will use our dominate hand to look at the heart, head, fate and life lines on it. We will also read all horizontal lines from thumb side out, and all vertical lines from wrist up.
The heart line is believed to show your emotional stability, views on romance, depression, and cardiac health.
If the line ends below your index finger, then it is believed that you are very happy with your love life.
If your line ends below your middle finger, then it is believed that you are selfish when it comes to love, meaning you’re not considering how a decision will impact your partner.
If your heart line is short and ends in between your middle and ring finger, then it is believed that you fall in love very easily.
If your heart line is straight and short, it can mean that you are less interested in romance.
If your heart line touches your life line, that can signify that your heart gets broken easily.
If your heart line is long and curvy, it might mean you like to express your emotions and feelings very freely.
If it’s straight and parallel to your head line, then that can mean that you have a good handle on your emotions.
If it goes all the way across: though, that might signify that you are bottling up your emotions.
If you heart line is wavy, it’s saying that you’ve been in many relationships but lack serious relationships.
Circles on your heart line can signify sadness or depression.
If your heart line is broken it can mean that you have had emotional trauma in your life.
If you have smaller lines crossing through your heart line, that can also mean emotional trauma. Alternatively, you can have a wandering eye and have a hard time staying faithful to one person.
The horizontal line underneath your heart line is your head line. This line is thought to represent a person’s learning style, the way they communicate, their intelligence, and their eagerness for knowledge.
If your head line is short, then you prefer physical achievements over mental ones. Meaning you’d rather see results as oppose to knowing that you did something well.
If your head line curves downwards, you are creative and trusting.
If your head line is separate from your life line, it’s a sign that means you are adventurous and enthusiastic for life.
If your head line is wavy, it could mean that you have a short attention span.
If your head line is deep and long, it means you’re very focus.
If your head line is straight then you are a realist and a very logical thinker.
If you have circles or a cross in your head line it could symbolize an emotional crisis.
A broken head line can indicate inconsistencies in your thoughts.
Multiple crosses on it can indicate momentous decisions.
Your life line is thought to show your physical health, general well-being, and major life changes (eg: a negative event, physical injuries). Unlike commonly assumed, the length of your life line is not associated with the length of your life.
If your life line is close to your thumb, then it could mean a sign of you often being tired and needing to rest more.
If your life line is curvy, it means you are a very energetic person.
If your life line is long and deep, then it means that you have a strong desire to reach your full potential in life.
If your life line is short and shallow, it shows the potential for others to manipulate you.
If your life line arcs around your thumb in almost a semicircle, then it shows that you are strong and enthusiastic.
If your line is straight and almost reaches the edge of your palm, then you are cautious when it comes to being in relationships.
If your life line is accompanied by multiple life lines, you are a very lively person with a great zest for life.
A circle in your life line can indicate that you’ve had injury or have been hospitalized.
A break in your life line could mean that you’ve had a sudden change in lifestyle.
The fate line is the vertical line running from your wrist up the middle of your palm.
Your fate line is also known as the line of destiny and shows how much your life has been affected by external circumstances that are beyond your control.
A deep fate line shows that you are strongly controlled by fate. Everything happens for a reason.
If there are breaks and changes in direction with your fate line, it could mean that you are prone to many changes in life from external forces.
If your fate line starts where your your life line ends, this indicates that you are a very self motivated.
If your fate line joins with your life line in the middle, this indicates that you have or will sacrifice your own interest for others.
If your fate line starts at the base of your thumb and crosses your life line, this shows that you have the support of your friends and family in everything that you do.
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