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the heartline- emotions & love

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the heartline- emotions & love

Post  fré on Wed Jun 29, 2011 7:01 am

Hallo,

can some one white a curved heart line, life together white a straight heart line. i know the curved is active and the straight is passive. But what whoot it mean in real life.
Thanks!
ps: can some one tell my the correct word for ( but what whoot.....) i now its not wood but i don't find it lol! Thanks!

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Post  waqar.an on Wed Jun 29, 2011 7:31 am

fré wrote:ps: can some one tell my the correct word for ( but what whoot.....) i now its not wood but i don't find it lol! Thanks!

grtz fré

It is interesting to read your posts. lol!

Curved heart liners are more physical in their expression and goes about good in almost all situations ...Smile on the other hand straight heart liners are more imaginative and fancy full in their expression and are easily distracted by the environment.


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Post  fré on Thu Jun 30, 2011 8:29 pm

ok lol it could bi that it was written whode i am no englishman lol!

and goes about good in almost all situations
strange character trait
easily distracted by the environment
i don't think that the heart line shows this, is it not the head line ho whoot Smile now its would rolling on the floor Thumbs up! show this ? And other sign's in the hand, like finger length, etc....

yes i quote "curved is active and the straight is passive

But how would Smile dare life be if, he "the curved" and she "the straight line", where living as a couple.

Thx
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Post  Patti on Thu Jun 30, 2011 8:41 pm

fré wrote:ok lol it could bi that it was written whode i am no englishman lol!

and goes about good in almost all situations
strange character trait
easily distracted by the environment
i don't think that the heart line shows this, is it not the head line ho whoot Smile now its would rolling on the floor Thumbs up! show this ? And other sign's in the hand, like finger length, etc....

yes i quote "curved is active and the straight is passive

But how would Smile dare life be if, he "the curved" and she "the straight line", where living as a couple.

Thx
grtz fré

Hi Fré,
I think there's more involved than just comparing the heart lines.
Opposites attract. Differences can be complimentary. People with all the same features may either compete with each other or bore each other.

If other features relate to compatibility - differences can allow each person to share their unique insights to the other that the other lacks. Like the quote from a movie "you complete me".

I see you figured out 'would'. sunny

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Post  fré on Thu Jun 30, 2011 9:36 pm

thx Patti

i read that its often curved with curved, etc, But i understand what you mien. Life its always like a puzzle.
i just wanted to now yours (&co) experience on the field

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Post  waqar.an on Thu Jun 30, 2011 10:03 pm

fré wrote:But how would Smile dare life be if, he "the curved" and she "the straight line", where living as a couple.

Thx
grtz fré
then she would keep talking and he would keep listening...Very Happy. he would cook while she would spend time on makeup. he would be practical and earn money and she would spend and do shopping. Ideal couple. Thumbs up!

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Post  fré on Thu Jun 30, 2011 10:10 pm

rolling on the floor lol! it probable would by like that

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Post  jeanette on Fri Jul 01, 2011 8:14 am

Hi Fre,
I've just been reading about what you are asking in Andrew Fitzherbert's book Hand Psychology and he places a lot of importance on the heart line and goes into great detail about what you are asking. So, try to get the book..

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Post  Pamelah on Fri Jul 01, 2011 5:05 pm

Those of you who know me will understand I have a lot to say about heart lines since I wrote an entire book on it!

Also, there is more to see on my blog at www.lovestyles.blogspot.com beyond what I am sharing here.

As a beginning, I see the heart lines representing how you communicate feelings, how you express love and want love expressed to you. There are four styles not including the Simian Crease which combines the head and heart line. The Simian has a lot of energy of the Romantic Idealist heart line type since they are both straight, long lines.

From my perspective, straight heart lines - the Romantic Idealist and Hermit - are reserved and cautious about communicating feelings. This means that these two heart line types consider and weigh what to share before sharing it. Sometimes these two heart line types don't really express their deeper feelings and there are many reasons for that. The caution is sometimes because of the amount of time it takes to formulate the right words to share the feelings.

The Big Heart and Passionate - curved heart lines - tend to share a lot of feelings. They tend not to hold back how they feel. It's important for them not to hold feelings in but to find a way to verbalize or write them down.

The straight lines are opposite from the curvy lines, and yes, opposites attract. I find that most often the Hermit and Big Hearts find each other, complete opposites. Not so much the Romantic Idealists and Passionates, also opposites. They don't tend, at least, to come to me for readings. But the Big Hearts and Hermits do. And I also find that Big Heart and Hermit heart lines appear on the same person's hands - meaning a Hermit may be on one hand and a Big Heart on the other. It's the most common combination I see.

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Post  Patti on Fri Jul 01, 2011 6:46 pm

Hi Pamelah! Nice post! Interesting about the "Romantic Idealists and Passionates".
Thumbs up!

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Post  waqar.an on Fri Jul 01, 2011 6:52 pm

Pamelah wrote:From my perspective, straight heart lines - the Romantic Idealist and Hermit - are reserved and cautious about communicating feelings. This means that these two heart line types consider and weigh what to share before sharing it. Sometimes these two heart line types don't really express their deeper feelings and there are many reasons for that. The caution is sometimes because of the amount of time it takes to formulate the right words to share the feelings.
Thanks Pamelah. a real learning for me and is very accurate. Thank you!

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Post  Pamelah on Fri Jul 01, 2011 7:57 pm

Thank you. I'm glad you found it accurate.

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Post  fré on Fri Jul 01, 2011 9:02 pm

Yes, Jeannette its from this book .i read the beginning on google books. i was thinking to bay it in the future Thanks!

thx Pamelah. very interesting Thumbs up! i definitely while take a look at your blog later.

i find the heart line the difficult's one of the lines. You have those branch one's in the beginning to.

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