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A wavy Head Line

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A wavy Head Line

Post  Kiran.Katawa on Sun Mar 13, 2011 10:31 am

Hi,
Attached are the right & left hand pics of my friend, who is basically a righ handed person.
This is question pertains to the reading of HeadLine.

Looking at her wavy headline, I read to her that, she doesn't stick to single opinion for a longtime. Her opinions, thoughts keep changing with time and circumstance. When discussed with her, I got to know that - "that's not the case. She usually does stick to a single opinion and infact, if she decides one thing, she is very much adament on her decision".

Her headline doesn't show like that.
Please, share your readings/views on this.
The pics are here:
Right Hand: https://servimg.com/image_preview.php?i=1&u=16285336
Left Hand: https://servimg.com/image_preview.php?i=2&u=16285336

Thank you,
Warm regards,
Kiran

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Re: A wavy Head Line

Post  Kiran.Katawa on Thu Mar 17, 2011 5:40 am

Hi,
Can anybody pls comment on the above queries?

Thank you,
Warm regards,
Kiran.

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Re: A wavy Head Line

Post  Parender on Thu Mar 17, 2011 2:51 pm

Hi Kiran,

It does denote continuous ‘conflicts’ between the practical and imaginative ideas in her brain but not much to show to the public. She analyzes and then decides. It is a regular process. Her left hand shows her true nature. There she is okay and knows very well when to insist and when to let them go.

If there were splits, off shoots, breaks or islands on Head Line; only then those marks would have denote that the person’s mind is too busy in many fields and making the subject vacillating. Only then you can say that she would not stick to single opinion for a longtime. At that time the person will find it very difficult to concentrate on one object and we can say that this is the leakage of the Current.

In this case neither has she had ring of Saturn which denotes shifting nature. Only then the nervousness would have influenced the subject’s mental outlook. She is not nervous. She is enjoying life at the fullest.

She is of the Expressive Type. This Expressive type person lives in the practical "now". You cannot judge when she was down. If she is emotionally "down at the moment" don't worry. Very soon the mood will dramatically change and shoot up and that keeps a relationship interesting day to day.

She reacts strongly and frequently even to minor events. But to her this nature of frequently and strongly reacting to minor events you cannot say that she doesn't stick to single opinion for a longtime. She is strong headed. She is intelligent, tall healthy full of energy, ‘Mr. Rani’ type. Hands must be analyzed in totality.
Does this make a sense?

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Re: A wavy Head Line

Post  Sari on Fri Mar 18, 2011 6:34 am

Hello,
I my experience, the waves show ups and downs in life. A high point is a time which the person is motivated and happy, a dip is when they have a slump such as not very motivated or an event has caused low mood or depression. Using timing scale on head line can decifer events.

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Re: A wavy Head Line

Post  pravin kumar on Fri Mar 18, 2011 7:53 am

Dear Kiran,

It is not a wavy head line. Just slight deflection upwards and slight downwards. These deflections show practical way of thinking and creative ways of thinking that is all. The head line is very strong, think, deep and clear. There are no breaks in middle life or even cuts.

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Re: A wavy Head Line

Post  Kiran.Katawa on Sat Mar 19, 2011 8:02 am

Hi,
Thank you all. The explanations made me the things clear.

Warm regards,
Kiran

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