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Using Palmistry to Understand Interpersonal Relationships
by Dr. Yoshifumi Harada
2018-03-01 10:51:29
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This series of articles is intended to give some general advice on human and social issues utilizing the traditional knowledge from palmistry. Once again I view palmistry not as a constant, but as a quantum phenomenon, which can change and be changed.  This first article is about interpersonal relationships.

imper01_400There are many different types of interpersonal relationships. These include friendships, parental relationships, sibling relationships, and partners, etc. The ideal relationships are where the parties complement each other and create a partnership synergy that is a source of powerful creativity. However in real life many interpersonal relationships hang on issues and problems which dampen the creative potential of the relationship.  Let me mention here is that creativity in itself, is a source of happiness, contentment, excitement, and even bliss. Thus interpersonal creativity is an important core of any relationship.

One of the most powerful tools within any relationship is ‘knowing’ the other party. It’s an empathy that leads to the knowledge about how to understand and care for the relationship. The lack of this ingredient most often leads to a strained relationship.

Now let us look at some aspects of the hands that can assist in ‘knowing’ the other party within an interpersonal relationship.

 People with large hands are meticulous in their preparation to do anything. They plan and foresee the future consequences of what they are about to do. Conversely, people with small hands tend to be the opposite.

The relationship between two big handed people is likely to be stressful as both parties are thinking about the consequences of what is going on. This most often leads to friction as all small details and aspects are considered by both parties.

The relationship between two small handed people is relatively stress free. However life is a day by day affair. Things just happen and the consequences are felt rather than foreseen. This leads to interpersonal problems.

The relationship between a big handed and small handed person tends to be complementary. For example, the large handed party will care about issues and consequences, while the small handed person will tend to act fast on getting tasks done.

The index finger is a sign of leadership. A long index finger is a sign of leadership. These people will want to lead. Conversely, a person with a short index finger is a quiet person open to someone’s leadership. Therefore the best relationship is between a long and short index finger. However leadership can also have some connotations of control. A person with a long index finger may seek to control others. There is a fine balance between leadership and control in relationships.

The little finger is a sign of planning and strategy. People with little finger line longer than the standard line are good planners and strategists. Conversely those below the standard line tend to not plan at all. Consequently relationships with people with a long and short little finger seem to be the most compatible.

In conclusion people with the same hand characteristics will tend to clash, thus dampening out any potential creativity within the relationship. Those with complementary hand characteristics tend to be the most creative.

In the next article I will continue on this subject in relationships to personality characteristics.


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