The Lines of Love in Palms of Your Hands… How is Yours?
Palmistry is an ancient practice characterized as the ability to tell one’s future through the study of the palm of the hand. Dating back to the roots of Hindu astrology and fortune tellers several thousand years ago, it is now known and practiced all over the world.
There are a number of specific lines on the palm on which a handheld reader will focus, each with its unique connections and meanings.
Place the palms of your hands and see how the line of love lines up and then read on to find out what it means.
1. The left hand line is higher than the right hand
These individuals do not believe that love is a necessary factor in their life for happiness, completely satisfied with being alone.
For this reason, they are willing to wait how long it will take to find the right person rather than rushing into a relationship just to avoid being single for too long.
2. The love lines on both hands are on the same level
These individuals take love very seriously and prefer to be in constant and long lasting relationships. They are not afraid of the time, energy and dedication that a real relationship will take, more than prepared to fight for something they feel strongly about.
Highly rational and considering the importance of a constant routine, they are very disturbed when something changes, especially at the last minute.
3. The left hand line is lower than the right hand
These people are old souls. Wise beyond their years, they have a unique vision of life. They are not inclined to fall into the tendencies of modern society, preferring instead to live according to their social rules which often date back to the time of cavalry and respect.
They are very intuitive and have a sixth sense that is rarely, if ever, wrong. These individuals find themselves drawn to older partners and friends who operate at a much more mature level than others of their age.
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