Your Hand Can Reveal About Your Love Life – Literally

If you are wondering when you’re going to fall in love and get married, your palm of your hand may reveal.  Psychotherapist and mystic Ellen Goldberg reveals the secrets to using palmistry to predict love and marriage. If you have heard of Palmistry before but don’t know what exactly it is then, here is we go..

“Palmistry is the art or practice of telling fortunes and interpreting character from the lines and configurations of the palm of a person’s hand “

The first line determines when you’ll find love.

The first line is located on the Mount of Venus which is located at the base of the hand right below the thumb. Goldberg says the “line of influence,” right near the Mount of Venus, is most accurate when used to determine when exactly in life one can expect love, affection and even marriage.

She says you must first identify the line between your index finger and thumb. This is the line that continues down toward the wrist. Next, draw an invisible line from your love line to your life line. You must consider where your love line begins and where it ends in relation to your life line. If the love line begins close to the thumb it means you will find affection early in life from friends and family, but not necessarily in terms of romantic love.

Goldberg also says that when she reads palms she also looks at how close the love and life lines are in relation to one another. The closer the lines are together, the more intimate the relationship will be.

The second line determines the depth of the love.

The wrinkles nicknamed “lines of affection” (or heart line) are found on the Mount of Mercury which is located right under the pinkie.

“Sometimes you see just one very long line, and that would be very lucky. That would mean there is one deep, true love all the life,” said Goldberg.

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She explains in the video below that your palm of your hand can reveal the information about love and marriage.

h/t – sfglobe.com

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