Sunday, 16 April 2017

SOME POINTERS TO SELFISHNESS THROUGH PALMISTRY

FOLLOWING ARE SOME POINTERS TO A SELFISH NATURE:

We will go from physical make up of the palm namely - finger shapes and mount configuration and then later towards the lines , to understand this point.

We have already seen about the nature of a long fingered person. He is bound to be slow, cautious and calculative in his reaction. Usually when a person in trouble needs help, and asks you and when your reaction is not spontaneous, but , calculative , that is --- when you start thinking, whether helping this person, would be useful for yourself, in the long run, it is not really generous. Is it?

Long and thin, bony fingers accentuates this point.
Critical nails adds flavour to it.

When you observe the mounts,  if the generous mounts Venus and Sun are deficient but the Mount of Moon is over developed, (fig.1) the person tends to be self centred. { Reason:-  Mount of Moon , Mount of Saturn are referred to as ‘ cold mounts’ ;  when they are normally developed , 

fig.1


they are of normal disposition.  If they are over developed, it means , it is more cool ( cold natured) ; they are less emotional , unsympathetic and become selfish by nature).

Now  coming to the lines , we know the Heart Line is the indicator of human emotions, sympathy and generosity. If this line terminates below the Mount of Saturn, which is a cold mount, devoid of emotions, the person may not be bothered about others feelings , but may be self centred. Also we know the Saturn represents stinginess and miserliness. Need you ask , if the Heart Line ends under this mount, what would be his disposition ?

Another pointer is the quadrangle.  If it is even , that is the gap between the Heart Line and the Head Line is equidistant , then the person has balanced disposition. But if the gap is narrow, because of a dip in the Heart Line towards the Head Line , then it is another pointer for selfishness, for in such case, the emotions are ruled over by the rationality of the head.

Hope this article was helpful.

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