My Future? The Typical Question in Palmistry

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Tell me, what is my future? The most common question for palm readers and also the vaguest. I understand a person’s want or need for something positive to look forward to in life. However, palmistry is not some magical crystal ball reading that tells you what will happen in your future. It is about discovering the subconscious behaviours that may have led you to where you are today.

In reading palms, we consider your personality and individuality that might help you to find your abilities and hidden talents. You have choices that you can make to decide your potential. Whilst you may have limits, it doesn’t mean you can’t do something to the best of your ability.

Many people feel stuck in a negative or unpleasant situation, hence unable to move forward. The feeling of being trapped in the circumstances is almost always in your mind. The mind, which is your brain, sends signals to the areas of your body, including the palms.

If not my Future, what do the hands reveal?

Through looking at the hands, you can get a general idea about the persons’ make-up. For instance, if their hands are soft, refined, or dainty, the same applies to their character. With these qualities, they prefer the use of their intellect or creativity before physical work. On the other hand, rough, coarse, and rugged hands might lack sensitivity, but they show strength—a person who is happiest working with their hands.

People inherit many physical features and character traits from their parents, but we are all unique, and our hands show it. The basic shape of the hand is primarily an essential part of reading the palms because it is what helps us to determine the first and most fundamental character of the person.

The lines on the palms

If your palms have many lines, it tells of your minds’ energy. These extra lines do not necessarily mean anything about your future. If you have only a few lines, they show your less complicated nature and robustness.

The lines show where your mind puts the most energy, that is, the subconscious and conscious energy. Deep and clear lines tell us that thinking is regularly along the same lines. Fine lines can show the start of some new thought. In a practical sense, these fine lines can either disappear or become deeper/longer, depending on the train of thought.

The more frazzled the lines are, the more a person is feeling the same. It doesn’t mean that will be a future outcome.

The fingers in palmistry

The fingers are a huge part of palmistry because they can show how we express ourselves and how we have developed in the past. We all have distinctive looks, and the same goes for our psychological make-up, and that is why reading hands can become very involved and complicated. It is this personal disposition that reflects in our hands from birth.

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What real palmistry cannot predict

  1. Palmistry cannot predict the length of a person’s life.
  2. The lines cannot foretell the number of marriages or children.
  3. Your palms cannot tell what your future partner looks like, what age or size.
  4. It is not possible to know the outcome of how your married life will be in the future.
  5. Timing of a marriage event is also very unreliable.
  6. Good or bad luck is not what real palmistry reveals.
  7. Answers about your exact future occupation cannot be found from the palms.

You may be disappointed about the ambiguousness of some aspects of palmistry, but it should give you a feeling of relief knowing you have more control over your life. I would not think that relying on fate alone is beneficial to anyone’s happiness, but instead, it should show what is potential and that you have the power to choose or change the course of your life. Get excited about what you can do to achieve what you want.

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