Revelations of the Heart
Many people have sought out, and still do, the divination practice of palm reading. It’s been so for centuries and prevalent in all if not most cultures and societies. Palm reading enthusiasts and even those who at least, but once in their life, experienced someone else who can look well into their personalities and potentials walk away with a deeper understanding of themselves. Lines, creases, mounds and plains in everybody’s palms are said to be suggestive of some trait, inclination, struggle and future events. When it comes to the lines, four of which are major, one line’s interpretation seems to be particularly sought-after.
The Heart Line
Yes, the Heart Line, commonly referred to also as the Love Line, deals with everything about the heart. Does it always pertain to one’s love interest? Among other things, yes; about the person and his/her relationship with self and others – spouse, lovers, relatives, family and friends.
The heart line is the topmost line on the palm, running horizontally across. It begins at the edge of the palm on the pinkie side, and runs to just underneath the index or middle finger. Its placement makes it the first to be studied in a reading, and, besides, it’s what most people want to learn about first. The reader gives insight into our various relationships, our emotions, and what we feel about ourselves, others, and life in general. The Heart Line can also reveal potential for growth or change, and even how we deal with our inner world and spiritual life.
When looking at and interpreting the Heart Line, the reader notes the depth, length, curvature, branches, among others. He may look at both hands and determine the dominant one which is the hand that is shaped by experiences and the people involved in your life. Using a magnifier can help see details.
Generally speaking, the deeper the heart line, the deeper your love and affection. A long but straight line that ends below the index finger can signify empathy and strong intuition about others’ emotions. If one, overly sensitive and often desires affection or validation, have a heart line that does not curve towards the fingers. Whereas, a pronounced curve at the end of the line denotes one can well express emotions and needs. It is the opposite when the line is higher up the palm.
If the line splits in two, the person puts others ahead of self. A faint line means one has a delicate energy, easily succumbs and may be bullied. If the Heart Line is crossed by tiny lines, it indicates emotional trauma, whereas if there are many breaks or branches in the line, one has fleeting, though intense relationships. If the line splits into three branches, luck in love and life portends.