Palmistry Lesson 7
Location : The Heart Line is the upper horizontal crease that crosses the palm. Of the two horizontal creases, it is the one closest to the bottom of the fingers. Unlike the Life Line and the Head Line that have their point of origin on the thumb side of the palm, the Heart Line begins on the opposite side of the palm. This line runs in the opposite direction, and it's ending is toward the thumb side of the hand.
What it Represents :
vessels. A strong Heart Line will be deeply etched, unbroken, and free of defects. A clear, deeply etched Heart Line signals a warm, generous nature, and confidence in sexual matters.
Some Variations :
If the Heart Line is the most prominent line in the hand, it could mean that this person allows their emotions to govern the other aspects of their life.
A person with a weak Heart Line, or one that is faintly etched, heavily chained, or poorly formed, could be having problems with emotional involvements. This also could indicate possible problems with low energy, and feeling insecure. A chain-like-formation on the Heart Line indicates the effect of stress that can undermine health. A heart line that is heavily chained can mean emotional instability, but this can also indicate an imbalance in the body chemistry, or possible mineral deficiencies.
A Heart Line is considered long if it
reaches across the palm to at least past the area beneath the middle, or Saturn finger.
Sometimes the Heart Line may stretch nearly all the way across the palm reaching up to the
base of the index, or Jupiter finger. In general, the longer this line is, the more the
emotions are felt in the nature, this is especially connected to the person's ability to
give and receive love, and to have strong affections for others in general.
No one line, or quality of the hand can be assessed in isolation. Everything single component must be assessed in relationship to the whole.
Find the Heart line in both of your hands. Notice any differences between the two. Is there any characteristic about your heart line that stands out to you?