(Daily Vibes) Palmistry is the practice of interpreting a person’s character or predicting their future by examining the lines and other features of the hand. Palmistry has been practiced for centuries by clairvoyants and others who are just interested in the art.
Most people think that palmistry just involves the lines on your hand. But, it also includes the lines on your wrist. Like the lines on your hand, the lines on your wrist can also say a lot about you, your life and your future.
The average person has 2 or 3 lines on their wrist. But, what does it mean if you have 3 or 4 lines on your wrist? Read on to find out what the lines on your wrist reveal about you!
The first line you see as you move down the wrist is one of the most important ones. It indicates how healthy and active you are.
If this line is strong and continuous, it means you are in good health. If it’s cracked or breaks at a certain point, you might want to make some changes to your lifestyle. Several line breaks can mean that one’s dreams are not being fulfilled in one way or another.
Looking at the second line down, if this line is strong and unbroken it means that you will find happiness and success in life. If it’s highly defined or prominent, chances are good that luxury and wealth are in your future. Cracks and breaks are a sign of financial hardship.
Most people have at least two lines, but not everyone has a third. If your third line is strong and continuous, it means that you will likely have tremendous influence on the people in your life, both at home and in the workplace. You are a person people will remember.
A fourth line is very rare and can be interpreted as both a blessing or a curse. It’s telling of a long life with a large number of children.
If your lines are bent and broken, don’t worry. You are still in complete control over your life. That also means you are responsible for any positive change you wish to see in this life. Focus on your strengths and abilities and use them to your advantage.
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