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Check Out The Names Of The Lines In Your Palms And What They Mean…

Did you know that certain parts of your body and features on your body give a lot of details about you than you can imagine? For instance, the circumference of your neck is half the circumference of your waist. Also, the length from your wrist to your elbow is the same as the length of your foot. If you doubt, you can experiment and find out by yourself. But that’s not the main discussion for this article.

Have you ever wondered why there are lines in the palms of our hands? Do you know that these lines in the palms have names? These lines say a lot about you than you can imagine. They can even be used to predict once future.

In this article, I am going to show you the meaning of these lines in the palms and what they represent.

Palm reading, also called palmistry, originated from ancient India, and is now popular and fashionable worldwide as a way of seeing a person's fate and personality by reading palm lines, hand shapes and colors, etc.

There are five main lines on the palm: the life line, heart line (also called love line), money line (also called the fate line), head line, and marriage line. Different lines correspond with different traits. 

Life line: health and physical vitality.

Heart line: love and emotion.

Money line: career and fortune.

Head line: intelligence and mentality.

Marriage line: married life and relationships.

Let’s check out the meaning of these lines.

The Heart Line

Also known as the love line or heaven line, this line shows what sort of relationships and amorous connections you will have throughout your life, both with yourself and others. It’s the first line located under the fingers.

If you have a long, straight line (ending below the index finger), you’re said to be a rational thinker who always considers other people’s feelings.

If it is short and straight (ending between the middle and index fingers), you need your personal freedom and show your love through actions more than words.

If you have a long, curved line (reaching the base of the middle finger) you are said to be very passionate and driven.

If it is short and curved (ending below the base of the middle finger), you are reserved and prefer small groups to big ones.

If it splits in two, you may have a tendency to put other people’s needs before your own. A fractured line may suggest multiple partners or infidelity.

The Head Line

Also called the wisdom line, this line reveals your intellectual curiosities and pursuits. Located in the centre of the palm, this middle line can also show what you need to learn in this lifetime. 

A short line (ending in the middle of the palm) shows that you are a fast thinker and come to conclusions quickly.

A long, straight one (extending across the palm to the little finger), suggests that you tend to analyse things and mull over decisions for a long time.

A line that splits in two suggests that you can easily see other people’s points of view and that you may change your own opinion frequently.

A long, curved line (running down to the bottom corner of the palm) suggests that you’re a creative thinker who can imagine many possible outcomes. If your line forms a fork at the end, this is known as the “writer’s fork” and shows that you may have a natural talent for writing.

The Money Line

Also known as the career or destiny line, this one is said to change the most throughout our lifetimes (in as little as 3 months). It starts near the base of the wrist and goes directly up towards the fingers, extending further up the palm as you get older. It dictates the degree to which things will happen to us that are outside of our control.

The Marriage Line

This line is located under the little finger on the side of the hand parallel above the heart line, sometimes called the affection or relationship line, this line is usually short and faint. If it makes it onto the palm, it suggests that you will have a long marriage, each line representing an individual relationship. If broken it suggests divorce or separation.

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