What is your career fate line?
The career fate line is the vertical rising line in the middle of the palm (if you have one). It can start almost at any point, even from other lines.
It can have more than one ending point, with offshoots like branches coming off the line and reaching to other areas such as the mount under the ring finger, or index finger mounts. When this occurs, it can have very positive connotations regarding the success of a career or occupation. Other times the line ends on another line, or not be present at all.
Where the line ends
The career fate line ending at the head line can show a lack of satisfaction and change in the career or goals at around the age of thirty to forty.
The person may have chosen at that point to live each day as it comes without restrictions. It could also be due to a calculated decision to change their life path.
These people try to stay where they are an attempt to make it work, but rarely it does because they feel dead-ended and want to break away from the old situation.
- A line which ends beneath the heart line is standard when the career stops upon retirement and no further interests, or career goals are taken up. Success is no longer what drives them, instead, taking life easy, which could signify early retirement.
- Ending on the head line, the person has made a conscious decision about their career. Other lines need to be checked for clues: Is there a success line present? Are there marks on the line prior to its ending?
- Ending directly under the middle finger shows that the person is active and deeply involved in their career or interests for most of their life. Without a success line present, this type of fate line can come with a few struggles or obstacles along the way. However, overall, they will have a successful career. Retirement, it seems, is not an option.
- Ending under the index finger. This shows that the person is very ambitious and do anything to make their goals a reality. The determination and motivation ensure eventual success or even fame in their chosen field.