How to Read your Palm Head Line
Long — Indicates intelligence and a good memory. Represents an individual who thinks things through and does not overreact. They look at many possibilities before taking action.
Very long, extending across entire palm — Indicates a very successful individual and not the cowardly type. May have a tendency to be selfish.
Long and straight — Indicates a versatile, complex individual.
Straight — This indicates an individual who is realistic, down-to-earth, unimaginative, materialistic, logical, good organizational skills or a having great attention to detail.
Short — This indicates a practical and non-complex individual and someone who does not beat around the bush.
Deep — This denotes an excellent memory, concentration and a sensible nature.
Wavy — This signifies inner conflict with an individual’s practical and emotional sides. It can also indicate an individual who is untrustworthy, restless, unstable or has a short attention span.
Curved or sloping — Indicates a romantic and creative and idealistic individual who is open to new ideas and is not afraid to investigate concepts or beliefs. This person trusts his inklings and intuition.
Faint — This signifies and inability to concentrate or a lack of common sense, a daydreamer.
Broken — Indicates inconsistent thinking or nervousness and mental exhaustion.
Crosses — These indicate the vital and crucial decisions made in one’s life that can have a direct impact on your fate in your life.
Chained — This signifies an individual who is undergoing personal conflict, melancholy or confusion and can have a problem setting positive goals.
Forked — If the line ends with a strong fork, it is called a writer’s fork or lawyer’s fork. This person enjoys debate and can see both sides of an issue. This indicates great imagination and someone who uses his psychic powers and writing and speaking abilities throughout life.
Hooked — This indicates a self-centered, untrustworthy individual. If the hook is low in the palm, the individual can be miserly, selfish and cheap.
Branches — These signify events that are yet to come. They can also represent distractions that take an individual off his intellectual path.
Branched upward — Signifies positive outcomes and success in career, academics and creativity. Sometimes indicates having big dreams without being centered.
Branched downward — Signifies signs of struggle, possible depression, sorrow and distress and disappointments in certain points in life.
Absent — Extremely rare, but it can possibly indicate laziness, sluggishness, dullness or even detachment from reality.
Sister — This can indicate increased brainpower. It can also represent a pleasant person or the direct opposite – a cruel person.
The Head Line is one of the four major lines in the hand. It does not reveal how smart you are, but it does indicate the way the mind is used. The Head Line is seldom missing from a hand. It runs roughly parallel to the Heart Line and just below it. It, therefore, reveals information on energies that are less subtle than the Heart Line energies.Head Line energies are more grounded in the facts of life and are related to the thought processes used in daily life.
Generally, the straighter and flatter the Head Line, the more practical and logical the person is. The more curvy the Head Line, the more the person uses imagination and intuition in daily life.
Special markings on this line indicate specific events which occurred in your life. The line can be divided into three parts to help judge when certain events occurred or might occur: (1) represents youth, (2) representsadult, (3) represents old age.
If your Head Line and Life Line are joined at the beginning, this indicates that your strong sense of mind generally rules over your body. You also look at childhood with a cautious and fearful outlook. Separated lines show a love for adventure and an enthusiasm for life.
A deep long line stretching across the palm indicates a logical and direct way of thinking. The straighter the line, the more realistic the thinking, and the deeper the line, the better the memory. If the line is short however, it tends to indicate limited mental aims, and the shift towards “physical” thinking rather than reflection.
If the line is wavy then you tend to have a short attention span, with a lack of deep thinking, however, this does not affect your intellect.
If the line is short and curved upwards, then you tend to have a short attention span, also known as a scatterbrain. A long line that curves upward represents more of a retentive memory. However if the line swoops down towards the heel, the person tends to be imaginative and creative.
Double lines show strong mental abilities.
A donut or a cross through theHead Line represents a mental crisis.
A broken line shows a distinct change in your way of thinking, sometimes even characteristic of a nervous breakdown.
A star on your line represents a significant mental achievement.
Crosses through the line indicate major decisions in your life.
The space created between theLife Line and the Head Line is known as the Angle of Luck. The greater the space, the greater your luck. The smaller the space, the less luck seems to stand by your side.