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The features of the hand reflect the process of our karmic evolution. The mounts, pads of flesh upon which the lines travel, represent our soul or superconscious nature. In Vedic palmistry, the lines are classified as major and minor. The major lines—the heart line, the head line and the life line—reflect the subconscious. The conscious mind, represented by the minor lines, reflects awareness of our inner talents. The minor lines reflect how in touch we are with our subconscious and superconscious.
Since our external environment is constantly changing, the minor lines are often seen in flux. When we are preoccupied by the circumstances and events around us, we may lose contact with our inner self. Our preoccupation will be reflected by a busy network of minor lines obscuring the major lines and the mounts beneath them. Remaining peaceful in the midst of change is reflected in the minor lines being equal in strength to the major line, allowing the energy of the mounts to be expressed through them. The minor lines act as a barometer to show how connected we are with our deeper self while facing everyday challenges.
Deeply rooted convictions are not easy to modify. Thus change in the major lines takes a great deal of time and effort. Changes in the formation of the mounts are even more challenging, as they reflect our superconscious nature.
Major Lines AloneWhen only major lines are present in our hands, it indicates that our life unfolds as a series of events that simply happen to us. We enjoy the positive ones and endure those that are difficult. We can lead a mechanical life unaware of our potential to express depth of feelings and intentions. We may have the feeling that, although we have rich resources and capabilities, we have no outlet for expression. Naturally we will feel frustrated or disconnected from our inner capabilities, as if we were sleepwalking through life.
As the conscious mind is more subject to the influence of everyday environment, it is naturally more fluid and changeable. Therefore, the minor lines are more easily altered than major lines. Changes in these lines are often visible in as little as three months.
Too Many Minor LinesToo many minor lines are like weeds in a garden, distorting our expression. We are overwhelmed by the present situation and can be distracted by circumstances, runaway thoughts, whims and ideas. A preoccupation with the details of day-to-day living may make it impossible for us to tap into our inner resources.
We can learn to balance our major and minor lines. Concentration is the key. We need to be in the moment and conscious of our thoughts. By repeated efforts and a spiritual discipline including introspection, deep breathing techniques and meditation, we can bring harmony between the major and minor lines.
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