What is the Relationship between the Length of the Lifeline and Longevity?

On the whole, if the lifeline is longer and deeper, it represents that the owner is vigorous. At the same time, it represents long longevity.

On the contrary, if the lifeline is short and shallow, it represents that the life force is weak and the constitution is weak. The owner is easy to get sick. He or she is down-to-earth. He or she may be timid.

If the lifeline is short and it suddenly becomes small in the mid-way and disappears, it represents that the life force is weak.

If the lifelines in both hands are very short, it represents that the owner will be often sick in the old age. He or she should pay attention to that.

If the lifelines in both hands are short and stop at the almost same location, it represents he or she will have dangers in the final points of the age. If it just happens on one hand, he or she should not worry too much.

What most makes us worried is the interruption of the lifeline. If the lifeline is interrupted, it represents that the owner purse the reward of the spiritual world, rather than the material world. The constitution of the owner is inborn to be weak. He or she gets sick often. He or she lacks charism and interests in life.

If the interruption is at the same location and the length of the interruption reaches more than one centimeter, it represents the owner has mental retardation.

If the location of the interruption has another parallel line, it will be better. Although the owner will have the possibility of sickness, he or she will recover very soon. Apart from that, if other lines are connecting to the location of the interruption, the owner should not be too worried.

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