What do the lines on your palm mean?

There are hundreds, if not thousands, of theories about what the lines on your hand mean. Some people claim that the lines mean nothing, but that is just one more opinion. Let’s start with the facts. What we know for sure.
One thing for sure, the fact that you are looking at your hands right now wondering what the lines could mean, means that you are not fully present. You are open to receiving someone else’s ideas, possibly without reflecting on what that does to your feeling state. And this might be a good thing or a bad thing depending on a number of factors. Such as your mental state at the time or the other person’s mental state. Often we don’t hear what actually was said due to fear based projection. So if you are going to give your power away totally to someone else then it might be best to believe that lines mean nothing.
hand prints in ancient caveThe lines on our palms are the oldest literature in the world. And even though we have been studying these ever changing texts for thousands of years we are still not in agreement to what they mean.
I imagine our cavemen ancestors hunched over their palms thousands of years ago, just like we are today with our smartphones.
Those who hunched too long got eaten.

Here are some more solid facts, not just hunches, that lines on the palm mean something.
Lines sometimes change color and this seems to be linked to what the person is thinking about.

Here are some extreme examples of lines turning bright red.
Last year while attending a family constellations workshop with Jill Purce I observed something extraordinary occur while Jill was working with individuals in a large group setting. I observed this during two separate weeklong events, in May and June 2017.

Jill has a line on her hand that, when activated, turns bright red. It almost glows and is visible right across the room. However, whenever I wanted to photograph this phenomenon after the group session was over, it was no longer red.

Interestingly, this particular line was named centuries ago by ancient palmists. They called it “a line of clairvoyance.” The problem with this name however is, many genuine clairvoyants don’t have this line at all. And, many people who do have it don’t consider themselves particularly clairvoyant.

The line curves around a region of the palm called “the moon” which is a zone thought to be related to intuition and deep meanings. Perhaps it turns red when a certain intuitive capacity gets activated, while Jill is “in the flow” of her work. However, this is just a theory that needs to be more thoroughly researched. Even if we decided to hook Jill up to a machine to measure her brainwaves while this is occurring, only Jill would be able to describe her internal reality and what she was experiencing at the time. For example, did Jill feel like she was receiving downloads of divine inspiration or experiencing extreme performance anxiety? Phenomenological research would really help; a record of what Jill experiences each time it occurs.

family line
Here’s another example of a line turning red but on a different person and different part of the hand. This photograph was taken by a professional dancer, after an argument with her daughter which triggered deep abandonment issues from her past. Her lifeline turned bright red during the argument. At one point it even looked like it was bleeding. As soon as the intense emotions subsided the line went back to its usual coloring. Interestingly, the lifeline is also called the “family line.”

Entire regions of the palm are capable of changing color due to thought and changes in emotion. We have a pretty good idea what this means but again these phenomena need to be more formally researched and interpretations evaluated.

There are literally thousands of different schools of thought about what palm creases and dermatoglyphics (fingerprints) mean and many of these theories haven’t yet been translated into English. The range of perspective is vast. Some people try to predict the future, others take a more modern approach and attempt to realign personality traits with a deeper calling. Some people think these lines mean nothing at all. I think they are influenced by the electromagnetic field around our body and leave clues about the wiring of our brains. They seem to reveal an electric circuit. This is backed up by the known fact that the lines on a person’s hands change instantly if the person is subjected to electroshock treatment.

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