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What Does the Life Line Look Like in Palmistry?

The lifeline reflects health and lifespan, marking a crucial palmistry feature. The 36 Feng Shui Network offers a detailed explanation of this line:

1. The lifeline begins between the base of the thumb and the index finger. Closer proximity to the index finger suggests a sense of superiority and leadership qualities, whereas a start near the thumb base indicates impulsive behavior and a tendency for conflict. The image on the left shows the lifeline leaning towards the index finger, and on the right, towards the thumb.

2. The absence of a lifeline indicates poor health.

3. A branch from the starting point of the lifeline curving towards the middle finger, known as the “death lifeline,” signifies a lack of hope in life and suicidal tendencies.

4. A short lifeline does not imply a short life but indicates early physical decline. Physical exercise and regular health check-ups can extend the lifeline. Short lines across the palm can indicate a short lifespan.

5. A long and deep lifeline signifies good physical health and late physical decline. Conversely, a weak lifeline indicates poor health and early decline.

6. Local indentations on the lifeline suggest significant health issues during that period.

7. A lifeline that diverges from the head line with only a mesh pattern connecting them indicates a period of living apart from parents.

8. A parallel short line at the lifeline’s beginning suggests a childhood not spent with parents.

9. A lifeline coinciding with the fate line strengthens physical health through career achievements.

10. A broken lifeline indicates a critical period with uncertain outcomes.

11. A lifeline with a break but surrounded by a square offers protection, indicating safe passage through crises.

12. A lifeline with a break but connected by a horizontal line suggests danger that can be avoided.

13. A line close and parallel to the lifeline, known as the lifeline’s support line, indicates narrow escapes from danger, symbolizing a second chance at life.

14. Island patterns on the lifeline indicate chronic health issues. Large islands at the end suggest chronic illnesses in old age.

15. A transverse line cutting the lifeline without crossing it marks the end of life during that period. However, if the lifeline crosses the transverse line, it relates to health issues in elder family members rather than the individual.

16. A hooked end of the lifeline is similar to being cut by a transverse line.

17. Multiple parallel lines indicate influence from relatives, usually positive.

18. A wide lifeline arc suggests warmth and sociability, possibly leading to early marriage for women. A narrow arc indicates calmness and later marriage.

19. Overlapping lifelines indicate unexpected events without life-threatening risks. The smaller the overlap, the lesser the risk.

20. A cross pattern may lead to critical surgeries.

21. A triangular pattern signifies safe injuries or surgeries without life-threatening risks. However, triangles at the lifeline’s end, even if safe, pose danger.

22. A lifeline ending towards the wrist center signifies impartiality.

23. Lifeline branches pointing to the Mount of Luna suggest potential lifelong settlement abroad or immigration, with early divergence indicating earlier relocation. Fading lines imply missed opportunities.

24. Island or cross patterns on immigration lines advise against long-term travel due to potential life-threatening risks.

25. Many short downward branches on the lifeline indicate frequent travels for work or study, akin to short immigration lines.

26. The lifeline curving into the Mount of Venus signifies support from the opposite sex, often a spouse.

27. Support lines diverging and returning to the lifeline represent years spent abroad before returning home.

28. A square pattern leaning into the Mount of Venus at the lifeline’s end suggests solitary old age.

29. Upward lines on the lifeline during a specific period indicate beneficial health impacts.

30. An upward line at the lifeline’s start, called the struggle line, shows a strong drive for success.

31. The lifeline’s fragmented end signifies frequent illnesses in old age.

32. A completely fragmented lifeline end indicates possible paralysis in old age.


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