This is the only finger that can stand alone comfortably so this is the finger that tells the capacity of the individual to stand alone. You will see the statues of great leaders (who gave directions to the society) with the index finger up. And I remember that this is the finger my teachers and parents used for teaching me, and even to dominate me and to give me orders. This finger shows the ambition, pride, ego, dominance, capacity to lead and management skills. It is worth noting that this list is not exhaustive since anything similar can be included. If we read this list carefully, we will see that these are not entirely different and disconnected things. For example, pride and ego are the same but with the difference of degree and direction. In the same way leadership, management skills and dominance are the result of same desire (i.e. desire to rule) and you can say that ambition is not very different from this.
Every one of us has an index finger so everyone has all of these qualities; the only difference is the degree of these qualities. An index finger of the same length as that of the ring finger is average. Others say that an index finger that reaches two thirds of the length of the nail phalange of the middle finger is of average length. This suggests a normal eagerness to rule and be listened.
(Rule 1: Here we can understand that a long finger increases the qualities of the finger and they come more strongly in character. In the same way, a small finger decreases the qualities of the finger. This is the rule for all of the fingers). So logically a long index finger denotes higher ambition, higher self-respect and a desire to be in leading and dominating positions where they can feel proud of themselves. A long index finger shows the tendency to rule and dominate others in all spheres of life. These people can prove to be good managers but sometimes a bit arrogant too. Too long an index finger makes one a dictator.
People with a small index finger lack the leadership skills and have less ego and pride. The good thing is that they don’t have an ego problem and are not very dominating, but the bad thing is they also have a lack of ambition and leadership skills. They need someone to push them forward otherwise they want to hide behind others.
If the length of the finger tells the degree of qualities possessed, then the shape of the finger also suggests the direction in which these qualities are being taken. (Rule 2: A straight finger tells that these qualities and desires are going in the right direction i.e. the person is using them in a positive way. A curved finger tells that there is a bit of a wrong direction for these qualities and desires. A zigzag finger tells that these qualities are being taken in a very negative way).
A curved index finger tells that person is satisfying his ego by talking about himself. He will tell his friends and others “You know I am very emotional person, I can’t see any one weeping. I gave that much money in charity. I can understand what everyone wants from their face only…” and so on. Now why is he doing this? Because he wants appreciation for his talents and work. No one is telling him that he is good so he does it himself. This is a way of satisfying the ego. It is funny that many of us do it unknowingly. If you have this type of finger that curves towards middle finger, then watch yourself or ask your close friends.
A zigzag index finger tells that the desire of leadership makes a dictator type of person who wants to rule and dominate. Arrogance starts coming and they can’t bear anyone giving them directions. They also like to be flattered.