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Caleema the clairvoyant's Psychic Nook (contact by telepathy) => Palmistry => Topic started by: Steve Hydonus on Jul 01, 2018 12:12 pm

Title: Left or Right Hand?
Post by: Steve Hydonus on Jul 01, 2018 12:12 pm
My left hand and right hand lines are very different from each other.

Are you right-handed or left-handed this is the first thing you need to ask when you examine someone's hands. The two hands have a different significance. Physically, they usually vary too, in the shape of the fingers and especially in the lines, although some people's right and left hand are usually are virtually the same.

Always begin a reading by asking the person who's hands you are looking at whether he or she is right-handed or left-handed. Some people are ambidextrous in many ways, in which case it will be the hand used for writing that shall be regarded as the right-hand. The 'left-hand' shows the basic personality and predispositions as well as past and current events. The 'right' hand shows how the basic personality has changed or is likely to develop and indicates future events. When you are reading the hands of a left-handed person you will regard the right hand as a basic one, reflecting the present and past events, and the left as the hand linked with the future.

The two hands Illustrated (above) have very different fingers. The index fingers is much shorter on the left hand then on the right. As this finger tells a lot about a person's feelings of confidence and adequacy, the person would have suffered from a lack of confidence, especially early in life, but will grow into far more self certainty. Note also that the left hand shows a small and weak looking ring finger whilst the right hand shows the finger as stronger no longer rather dwarfed by the middle finger. The owner of each hands would have problems with being positive and discovering creative energies. But as time goes by these qualities will develop. There are no hard-and-fast rules about how long are fingers should be as our hands are all unique. Usually however the index and ring fingers are about the same length there tips ending halfway up the top section or phalange of the middle finger, the little finger should end at the crease of the ring fingers top phalange. As you read on, you will learn about the lines of the palm and their meanings and see just how different lines can be on each hand. Whenever there is a mark difference, you will know that the owner of the hands has changed or will adapt a great deal in the course of his or her lifetime.