Palmistry is a vital part of Astrology
Palmistry is an art of fortune telling through the study of the palm. It is also known as palm reading, or chirology. People practicing chiromancy are often referred as palmists, hand analysts and hand reader. The practice of palmistry has been a well-known art of foretelling in the cultures of India, Tibet, China, Persia and countries in Europe.
Palmistry is practiced by evaluating an individual’s characteristics and future by observing the palm of the person’s hand. This is judged by various lines, shapes and structures and their interconnection and intersections. The fingers and finger prints are also taken into account for more detailed study.
The palm of our both hand are not identical, they differ a lot from one another and therefore gives out different interpretation.
Left - The left hand is controlled by the right brain (pattern recognition, relationship understanding), reflects the inner person, the natural self, the anima, and the lateral thinking.
Right - As opposites are, the right hand is controlled by the left brain (logic, reason, and language), reflects the outer person, objective self, influence of social environment, education, and experience. It represents linear thinking.
THE HEART LINE - It is found towards the top of the palm under the fingers, palmist interprets this line represent matters of the heart, which is more literally, our emotional living. its therefore believed to be an insight into how the emotional sides of our mind frames will act out and be acted upon during our lifetimes, and often said, to what extent we possess emotional reservation with us.
HEAD LINE - Palmist generally interpret this line to represent the persons mind and the way it works, including learning style, communication style, intellectualism and for knowledge in different spheres of life.
LIFELINE - The line is believed to represent the person’s vitality, vigour, physical health and general well-being. The life line is also believed to reflect major life changes.
FATELINE - Sometimes this line is thought to reflect circumstances beyond the individual control.