Nails are made up of vertical and horizontal ridges (lines). If you see your nails in light then at some angle you can see fine vertical lines. As long as one can see them but not touch and feel them it’s fine. But if in a person’s hand these vertical lines can be felt by touch, it tells joints pain (Vata troubles), arthritis and pain in other body parts. Generally you’ll find these vertical lines in the hands of old people who already have these troubles but sometimes young people also have these lines. They are very likely to develop these troubles in coming years. They’ll also tell you that when they move, their body joints make sounds.
If a person has fingers carrying clear knots (if the joints of the fingers are very obvious to eyes and touch), this denotes a very analytical approach and a very inquiring mind that asks a thousand questions about everything. It seems that they have X-rays fitted into their eyes and it becomes very difficult for them to digest any information without asking questions about it. They live in a world of reason and logic. They can be good in analytical pursuits like philosophy, mathematics and science.
On the contrary if a person has supple fingers (when touched the joints in them don’t look prominent and coming out), they tend to fill the gaps of their knowledge not by asking questions of others, but rather by telling themselves the possible answers of those questions.
People with short fingers have poor hand writing. I carried out a serious research with one of my student and found that people with short fingers have distinctively poor hand writing. On the other hand people with long fingers have beautiful writing. The reason behind this lies in the fact that short fingers tell speed so the subjects with short fingers have a tendency of doing every thing fast. The result is a poor handwriting. This is not explained by any other hand reader earlier so this is new finding by me. Try it out and surprise everyone.
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The first question that comes into the mind of a new palmist is whether he should study the left or the right hand. There are many theories and beliefs about that. In ancient India (even now in many cases) people were of the view that for the man the right hand should be seen, and for women the left hand should be seen. Later, people started to say that if a man or woman is independent for his earnings and decisions then his right hand should be seen, but if anyone is dependent on their parents or husband then their left hand should be studied. Now most of the palmists are of the view that the active hand should be seen and there should be no discrimination of age or sex. But in modern times generally both hands are seen to get out of this long dispute and it has proved to be of great help. But still the active hand is given the importance. The active hand is the one with which one writes and uses most of their tools. The other hand is called the passive hand.
The passive hand tells the past habits and incidents of life. These past habits and behaviors were the results of his environmental and genetic influences (from parents). The active hand tells about the present and future. The active hand tells the present behavior of the person and what changes this person has brought into his life. So it can be easily understood that if a person has different lines in both of his hands, then he has brought many changes into his life. If he has better lines and signs in his active hand, then he is making positive changes. However, if his passive hand has better lines then it clearly means that he had better potential and had good chances, but he could not make use of them.
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If any horizontal lines can be felt on the nails of a hand (even if these are very faint), they tell of an emotional trouble in the recent past. Sometimes these lines (like dents) look to be coming up (convex) and sometimes they look a bit spoon like (concave). They are generally found very clearly in the thumb nails. They tell some emotionally troubling event in the recent past. Sometimes we really feel a strong hollow in the thumb nail. It indicates a traumatic event (like divorce, death of a relative or the loss of a job). Hand nails change completely in six months, so if these ridges last for more than six months it means that the person is still experiencing the pain of that event.