Saturday, September 13, 2014

Life Secrets in Your Hand

Life in your Palm

Know more about your Life purpose through finger print.
During the last 15 years I has gone through hundreds of predictions and has imparted palmistry consultations to foreigners, NRI people and locals in India also. I have deep study of this subject.
As my experience grew more and more I felt that finger print play a very important role in telling purpose of our life . Lines change from time to time but finger prints do not change . They remain the same since birth. Don't expect that the fingerprints of your family members will be very similar in pattern. No two people will have fingerprints that are exactly alike — not even identical twins!
Your fingerprints form while you are still in the womb, and do not change during your life. Since they are fixed, they can be used to diagnosis some genetic disorders, and are also used in advanced palm reading . In palm reading they are used as indicators of how a person thinks.
There are four main types of fingerprints; loops, whorls, arches and arches. Each of these patterns can then be broken down further into subcategories, and each kind of pattern can give you valuable insights about yourself. You may have the same pattern of print on each finger, or they may be mixed. If you have the same pattern on all ten fingers, the attributes signified by that pattern will be strongly displayed.

The Loop (70% of all fingerprints)

The loop is by far the most common finger print. It looks, like a wave. A loop indicates an agreeable, easy-going and adaptable mindset. People with a lot of loops get along well with everyone. If you have them, you are very adaptable to new social situations.. You like to talk to people and find out more about their interests and ideas, and can be a capable or charming leader as well. The loop is sociable and puts great emphasis on connecting with other people. It gives a moderating influence to any finger .
There are two kinds of loops: Ulna loops are more common; they come in from (the outside, small-finger side) and point toward the thumb. Radial loops are more unusual, and they come in from the opposite direction, the thumb. People with these loops are still agreeable and enjoyable, but they are more likely to speak up for their own interests and stand out from the crowd than people with ulna loops.

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