Palm reading is another method that fortune tellers use to tell people’s past, present and future.
Look at your right hand with its palm faced upwards, there are three main lines.

1. The top line goes from the left side by the little finger and ends up between the pointer and middle finger. This is the HEART LINE

This governs your emotions and feelings. If the line is very high (far from the middle line), it indicates that the person has great passion and jealousy. A low line indicates someone more evenly balanced. A line that tends to go straight across is another sign of balance. Whilst a line that curves upwards indicates a person who is outgoing and demonstrative. Any dips or valleys indicate times of trouble.

2. The middle line starts lower on the palm and goes across the center of the palm, ending up halfway between the pointer finger and the thumb. This is the HEAD LINE

The central line is about your mentality. The stronger the line appears, the more forceful the person is. If the line is straight, it means you tend to be focused, but if the line is wiggly, it means you have a mind that wanders.

3. The lower line starts down at the wrist and usually ends up meeting up with the center line. This is the LIFE LINE
This line talks about how you live your life. If the line goes up to meet the head line, it means that your life is led with an attention to what is going on around you. If your line goes across and stays away from the middle line, it indicates that you tend to think about yourself more often.

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