“Each hand is a poem” says Richard Unger, author of LifePrints who has read over 60 000 pairs of hands. Like a poem, the meaning is not always obvious.
Last Tuesday, I got Richard Unger to share his interpretation on breaks in the life lines and/or the heart line during an online class.
This was a fascinating call and, because it is such an important subject for so many people in the world with these markers, I’ve decided to make this call freely accessible to the public.
We also discussed the similarity between Simian lines and breaks in the heart line.
Second call on Broken Life lines and Broken Heart lines
We looked at more hand print examples, mostly of life line breaks. We discussed several examples of fate line/life line confusion (3 for 2) and we also looked at dots of the life line which Richard considers far more of a health warning indicator than breaks which are actually fairly common. Lastly we looked at a totally smashed or fractured lifeline and how these can be positively interpreted.
This video class on various hand print examples with broken life lines or small or large breaks in the lifeline follows on from last week’s discussion.
I invited several hand analysts and also palmists from other schools of thought to participate in this discussion but unfortunately no one with a totally different perspective showed up to participate in this call.
From my perspective, the hand or palm, is a precise mirror of the psyche and, because it is so tangible and visibly present, it can be used to either beat oneself up or for contemplation and self discovery of unconscious limiting forces. It enables one to ask, “It what way am I limiting myself ?” for example, with destructive beliefs or negative imagination.
In this call we discussed the “3 for 2″ marker (fate line/life line confusion) in detail. We also discussed the notion that a break on any of the major lines can be seen as a break in a circuit that, like an electrical switch, can be either on or off.
We also discussed dots on the life line which (as a chronic stress indicator) Richard considers far more serious than a broken or short life line. Right at the end of the discussion we looked at a hand with virtually no life line, which Richard considers another version of line confusion. In other words, not necessarily a big deal provided one is aware of one’s own internal wiring.
The Simian line was also mentioned in this discussion as being similar in effect to the 3 for 2 marker, with respect to fanaticism or needing a focus or quest or mission, though in the Simian this is not necessarily linked to career.
In the first call we discussed examples of breaks in the heart line a lot more than we did in the second call.
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