The life line is one of the three major lines (the other two are head line and heart line) in palm reading. It starts from the palm edge between the thumb and forefinger and extends to the base of the thumb. You can find its exact location from the right picture.
Most of the people may think the line is used to see the length of one’s life. It’s a partial understanding. In fact, it mainly reflects a person’s physical vitality and life energy. Also, it shows if one will have accidents or serious illnesses during the whole life.
No Life Line:
If other lines of your palm are clear and only the life line is absent, it’s not a good sign. It indicates a poor health and a short life. You are easy to get sick or have accidents during the whole life.
A long, deep, tender and rosy life line stands for that you are highly resistant to disease and full of vitality.
A short life line shows you are susceptible to illness. It doesn’t mean a short lifespan. In personality, you are a person of integrity and down to earth but a little timid. Besides, other people can easily influence or control you in life.
A thick and clear life line indicates that you are suited to a life of physical labor and are good at sports.
A shallow and vague life line means you are easy to get illness. Female, you are easy to suffer from gynecological inflammation and male may suffer from prostatitis. Career is not so smooth during the early age. In late years, it will turn to be better.
Doubled: If you have a secondary line running parallel with the life line, it shows you have a very strong vitality. Especially, you have a strong resistance to disease and self recovery ability after illness. In addition, you usually can receive additional strength and support from family members.
Age On Life Line:
- Divide the life line into two equal parts, the middle place indicates the age of 40. Then connect it to the middle place of the ring and middle fingers.
- Draw a parallel line to the first line from the middle place of the index and middle fingers to the life line. The intersection point is marked as the age of 20.
- Draw a parallel line to the first line from the middle of little and middle fingers to the life line. The intersection point is marked as the age of 60.
- The end of the life line is usually marked as the age of 80.