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Bending of fingers and Phalanges : How to differentiate meaning

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Bending of fingers and Phalanges : How to differentiate meaning

Post  anand_palm on Wed Mar 07, 2012 5:43 pm

Hello all

How to differentiate the meaning of bending of phalanges and curved finger. sometimes finger appears curvy ( from one side) whereas top phalange appears straight. would this make any difference in interpretation.

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Re: Bending of fingers and Phalanges : How to differentiate meaning

Post  Ramann on Wed Mar 07, 2012 7:54 pm

anand_palm wrote:Hello all

How to differentiate the meaning of bending of phalanges and curved finger. sometimes finger appears curvy ( from one side) whereas top phalange appears straight. would this make any difference in interpretation.

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anand

Hello Anand,

Somewhat difficult to comprehend.Can you post a pic or two.

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Re: Bending of fingers and Phalanges : How to differentiate meaning

Post  Kiran.Katawa on Thu Mar 08, 2012 5:13 am

anand_palm wrote:Hello all

How to differentiate the meaning of bending of phalanges and curved finger. sometimes finger appears curvy ( from one side) whereas top phalange appears straight. would this make any difference in interpretation.

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Hi Anand,
Are you asking as how to interpret the meaning
1. For bending of the fingers
2. For bending of the top phalanges

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Post  anand_palm on Thu Mar 08, 2012 4:40 pm

Hello Kiran

You are right, sometimes the finger is a bit curved, however the top phalange may not lean would that have a different interpretation.

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Re: Bending of fingers and Phalanges : How to differentiate meaning

Post  Kiran.Katawa on Thu Mar 08, 2012 5:44 pm

Hi Anand,
when the finger curves, the top phalange also curves.
What I understand from your question is: The tip phalange ( though pointing in the same direction in which the finger is bent) isn't bent in itself. Am I right?

Effectively, you have to read the meaning of the bending of the finger that's it.
Since the tip phalange is not bent in itself, it doesn't have the significance.

Hope this clarifies.
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Post  anand_palm on Sat Mar 10, 2012 5:24 pm

Hello Kiran

It is Not necessary that when the finger curves top phlange also curves. if you look at top phalange seperatelky then you can see whether it is leaning towards the other finger. Looking from concept of palmsitry it would make a difference if the top phalange curves since the top phalange represents mental or spirtual constructs it may have a different implications than if a finger curves. Since the fingers are divided into three different phalange there would be a difference when the top phalange curves and the finger curves.

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Re: Bending of fingers and Phalanges : How to differentiate meaning

Post  Sari on Sun Mar 11, 2012 7:46 am

When the tip bends but the finger is not curved, the meaning is more exaggerated. If the finger has a curve (gentle) the meaning is less radical. For example insecurity shown by a gently curving index to Saturn, is less severe in its meaning than if the finger has a sharp curve or the tip is sharply bent.
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Re: Bending of fingers and Phalanges : How to differentiate meaning

Post  Kiran.Katawa on Sun Mar 11, 2012 10:25 am

anand_palm wrote:Hello Kiran

It is Not necessary that when the finger curves top phlange also curves. if you look at top phalange seperatelky then you can see whether it is leaning towards the other finger. Looking from concept of palmsitry it would make a difference if the top phalange curves since the top phalange represents mental or spirtual constructs it may have a different implications than if a finger curves. Since the fingers are divided into three different phalange there would be a difference when the top phalange curves and the finger curves.

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Okay. What actually I meant was:"when the finger curves, the top phalange also goes in that direction".
And in this posting of yours, you have answered to your own qtn:"Since the fingers are divided into three different phalange there would be a difference when the top phalange curves and the finger curves".

Are you clear now?
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