How to Find Your Right Vocation Part II

When we live on our natural path effort is unnecessary. Think of a river as it naturally flows over rocks and around bends. The river is not working- yet there is a tremendous force of nature at work – carving deep canyons into mountains.

This is my objective – to help you find your powerful flow so you can be free of effort – and it’s literally designed in the palms of your hands.

When properly understood and interpreted, the hands clearly identify the potential skills, attributes, talents, strengths and preferences of an individual, as well as the potential weaknesses and blocks to overcome. A skillful hand reading and coaching with a professional can greatly change the direction and perception for possible career options. While your hand reader will offer insightful guidance, it is entirely up to you to choose what is best and right for you. The concrete and unique information in the hands can remove the guess-work as to what is the best vocation. One’s natural path for “right” work is literally etched in the palms and fingerprints. Your hand reader is the translator of that information to you, as the client.

Key components:

1) The hand (shape, lines and specific markings)

2) The fingerprints (life path, purpose and lesson)

As a scientific hand analyst I use the following checklist to begin my vocational assessment using the first component – the hand. I focus on the right hand first because it is typically considered the dominant hand.

–   Hand Shape archetypal combinations reveal temperament and preferences. One is motivated toward what is important to him or her. As an example, productivity and reliability is important to the Earth handed person while impressions and relationships are important to the water handed person.

–  Dominant fingers act as antennas transmitting and receiving potencies and areas of interest. For example, a person with a straight, tall and upright middle (Saturn) finger will place value in organization, structure, discipline and responsibility.

Now, if you blend an Earth hand with a dominant middle finger the owner will feel best in work with organizational structures providing productive and reliable outcomes – as in road construction. Rules and simplicity will be important. Conversely, the Water hand blended with a dominant middle finger will find the owner attracted to discipline and order in relationships. You may find him or her rehearsing lines for an upcoming stage performance, molding to the impression of the character he or she will play. 

–  The fullest Mount on the palm will show an excess reservoir of energy for use. For example, if the fullest Mount is around the ball of the Thumb (Venus zone), then the owner will be inclined to socialize, play and indulge in luxury.

–  The Heart Line provides clues as to the non-negotiable emotional requirements of the owner. A long curving up to the index finger Heart Line type will want to connect with people. Conversely, a short, straight Heart Line would rather work alone and complete projects and tasks.

–  Gift Markings pinpoint unique signatures to embody and shine into the world. Associated obstacles accompany each gift marking to help point the way to it’s advanced path.

The above are a few considerations your vocational hand analysis session will include to build a theme for your life’s most fulfilling work.

Part 3 will include five additional variables to consider in the hand when selecting a vocation.

How To Find Your Right Vocation So You Can Live Your Best Life Part I

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Finding True North

Have you found your “right” work, yet? If so, was it an easy road to discover your ideal vocation? Or did you have to drag yourself to work you didn’t like on your path to get to your ‘just right’ work? Or are you asking yourself, “What else could I be doing rather than ‘this’? Or do you just feel flat out – stuck?

Clients see me when they feel empty and unfulfilled, which is exactly how I felt before deciding to leave my corporate career of 23 years in 2009. By outer world standards I had the optimal career and a killer salary!  I was truly happy for many early-years at Hughes Aircraft Company. During the later-years I was proud to say, “I work for the Boeing Company.” However, the tasks I did didn’t thrill my Inner satisfaction meter.

People typically ask me for guidance when they are

·      Looking for something new, but are just not sure what it is

·      Preparing to leave an old job or way of life

·      Looking for validation that they are currently on the right path

·      Feeling under utilized at work and want more responsibility and a promotion

·      Preparing to retire and wondering what to “do” next

·      Hesitating to quite a job they hate when they are within 5 years of retirement

 

This is when hand analysis and coaching pair together for optimal results because people can move through change with clarity and conviction. I believe people truly want to step into a bigger aspect of themselves.

Everyone seeks fulfillment and each person has a unique formula for fulfillment.

When have you felt fulfilled and how did you know you were?  For me I have feel deep inner peace, centeredness and a sense of equanimity. 

Traveling through the Trees
Where is your path taking you?

Synonyms for “fulfillment” include:

·      Contentment

·      Satisfaction

·      Serenity

·      Happiness

·      Self-Realization

·      Success

On a scale from 1-10, 10 being happiest, 1 being hopeless, where would you rate yourself right now?

After my mom died in 2005 my life took a drastic turn toward optimal living. All the sudden life became very, very precious to me. She always encouraged me to not only work, but to do work I loved.  

Look for following articles how to use the concrete map in the hands to pinpoint a person’s purposeful vocation using God-given gifts and talents for harmonious employment. It is literally inscribed in the hands. I’m excited and honored to share this with you so that you can live your very best life for the rest of your life!

 

Life Line Compromised and What to Do About it

When the Life Line is Compromised and What to Do About It

The Life Line is a major line that is carved on the inside of the hand around the Mount of Venus at the base of the Thumb. The length, shape, and quality of the Life Line are associated with the state of the physical body, and with awareness of and attention to the physical world. Let me put one myth to rest: the length of the Life Line does not predict the length of one’s life. It does, however, show concerns about protection and preservation of the body. The Life Line is also called the Line of Earth. It is considered the line of family and tribe because we build our physical constitutions within our tribes. As humans, we look to our communities for support and safety. If we feel safe in our clans, our core energy systems are more likely to be in balance.

The Life Line is read for personal vitality, stability and energy management, physical strength and stamina, and relationship to the sense of physical safety. Someone with a long, clear, and deep Life Line is down to earth, with a strong sense of security and stamina for living. Conversely, someone with a short or weak Life Line will feel constantly restless, a bit edgy, and will have a tendency to “fly.” Such a person may be living on the surface of life, staying busy but not really “digging in.”

Rt Compromised Life Line

Fig. 1 Short and weak Life Line

Short, Weak, or Broken Life Line

If your Life Line is short, delicate, or scattered, you have difficulty resting. Your personal anchor and grounding system has been compromised. Because you’re accustomed to living in a routine of “flight,” you may not recognize these patterns as you read about them for the first time. For example, your work or family life may involve your driving from one place to another and another. You might feel as though you’re constantly scrambling to get your life in order. You may think, “There’s not enough time to get it all done!” Core survival issues such as paying the rent, not losing your job, and having enough food, remain strong considerations in your life and family. At worst, a sense of support from family is severely lacking, which creates a lack of trust in the tribal system. If your tribal system is at risk, you are more likely to doubt your role and value in society, asking, “Do I belong here?” Doubt of one’s role in the community can cause anxiety and internal tension that, in turn, produce a strong urge to create safety for oneself and others. When this is recognized and more clearly understood, one can begin to implement change, increasing stability instead of insecurity. If you have this type of Life Line, create and implement a plan for poise, routine, and balance on a regular basis.

Left Compromised Life Line

Fig. 2 Two separate and overlapping Life Lines

A significant interruption is clearly shown in the Life Line, which is composed of two separate and overlapping segments. The inside, upper segment is frayed and scattered. A secondary Life Line, toward the center of the palm, continues toward the wrist.

One client with a short Life Line told me how survival issues show up for him. He explained,

Before I know it, I’m rationalizing starting the day earlier and earlier and ending later and later. I’m working fourteen-hour days as an average. There is a constant and never-ending continuation of tasks leading to my insanity.

When I asked what has helped him, he said,

I’ve learned to see my big jobs as smaller jobs. I break large chunks of responsibility and work into smaller chunks. I can breathe easier as I settle down with bite-sized jobs.

Breaking tasks into manageable portions is a healthy strategy for addressing the overwhelming frenzy that can gradually consume a person with a short Life Line. In this spirit, here my friend William Sullivan wisely said, “When looking at building many a mile of fence, it’s best to take it one post at a time.”

A person with a weak (short, broken, frayed, or unclear) Life Line constantly seeks stability because of a sense of being out of balance. A sense of urgency arises from the thought that there is not enough time to live fully. There is an impulse to live a high-quality life before it’s too late.

When the owner of a weak Life Line becomes aware of this challenge and makes a determined effort to overcome it through grounding activities, she can set her anchor and feel more stable. Examples of grounding activities include walking, yoga, working regular hours, getting enough sleep, eating healthy foods, looking out the window to watch nature in action, and simply breathing. Creating a sacred garden on the patio or painting the walls in earth colors will bring the sense of balance and harmony to a fidgety nervous system.

One is in harmony when one is consistently in sync with and closely linked to one’s environment. A short or weak Life Line is a warning to focus on relaxing into the realization of sufficiency: “There is enough time,” “I have enough information,” “I am safe,” “I am sufficient,”  “I am okay.”

Key Words: Restlessness, reluctance to rest, uprootedness, scattered, insistence, burnout

Weak Life Line Positive: You’re on heightened alert, attentive to getting many things accomplished, with opportunities to rebuild.

Weak Life Line Negative: You’re susceptible to burn out when you do too much (too much is defined by you, not the world); feeling out of balance and depleted.

Mantra: With ease, I equalize work, play and rest. I breathe in the nature of life.

Kay Packard, M.A. and Master Hand Analyst, is the author of Your Life Is In Your Hands: Practical Palm Reading for Purposeful Living. Portions of this article are from her book. Visit www.YourLifeIsInYourHandsBook.com

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Bully Buster

Do you have the markings of a bully buster? Look at the Inner Mars zone in the palms of your hands.  One of many key words for this zone is stamina.

Mars Zone

 

When looking at your Mars zone, either hand, do you see any of the following markings:

– Fullness/puffiness
– Star (6 pointed asterisk)
– Whorl
– The start of your Head Line
– Grills

Mars Star

 Mars star in left hand (above)

Mars Whorl

Whorl in the Mars zone (above)

AAHA Debater Head Line w Mars

 Head Line starts inside and below the start of the Life Line (above)

Grill in Mars

Grill/ladder effect in the Mars zone (above)

Standing up for the underdog brings fulfillment to the owner with a well marked Mars zone. Mars is the archetype for the warrior and he (or she) needs a cause, something to stand for, to protect. A star shows the gift of bravery. The whorl indicates a life purpose where his or her exceptional courage is exercised. With the Head Line starting inside the Life Line, the owner will do well to advocate for those who are unable to stand up for themselves – such as mistreated animals, foster children, or battered women – to name a few. However, if this hero-type doesn’t have an appropriate cause for all this energy, he or she just may end up feeling cowardly, or the opposite – rageful. Just like the Lion in “Wizard of Oz,” owners of one or more of the markings above must have a bold and fearless course of action to devote their enthusiasm toward.

The Money Line in Your Hands

When people ask me, “Do you see money in my hands?” I look for various indicators; one being the Fate Line. The Fate Line is also called the Saturn Line. This vertical line rising to the middle finger shows the urge to accomplish tasks through effort. Don’t you agree, to make money effort is exerted in some way, toward some aim?

In Figure 1 (below) a long, straight vertical line starts at the base of the palm and rises all the way to the top of the palm, ending under the middle finger. There are a few little breaks along the way, but overall, this indicates an organized person, with systems in place to complete tasks with perfect outcomes. The outcomes may not actually turn out perfectly, but intentions are set.

Fate Line
Fig. 1: Saturn Line

On the positive side, this person fulfills commitments and is driven by a thirst for knowledge. On the negative side, this person may take on too much responsibility and feel overly responsible for the well-being of others. When I see a vertical line in the hand like Figure 1 I say, “When you know what you want and you set your mind to something, there is no stopping you!” 

Flowing on Purpose – Vertical Lines in Your Hands

THE VERTICAL LINES of the hands reveal an urge for expression of life force related to the fingers under which they lie. Each of the four lines is named according to the finger toward which it rises: Jupiter (index), Saturn (middle), Apollo (ring), and Mercury (pinkie). The lines may be short or long. There may be two or more lines beneath a single finger, or there may be none at all.

A vertical line represents the flow of sustenance and supporting strength, with the characteristics of the finger it supports, like the root of a plant.  For example, a Jupiter Line extends the force of the Jupiter finger in the form of inspiration. The Saturn Line shows the owner’s yearning for effort and responsibility.  The Apollo Line spotlights the creative urge, and the Mercury Line depicts the curiosity of a seeker.

Vertical Lines in the Hand
Vertical Lines in the Hand

When analyzing vertical lines, consider the length, quality, and quantity. Clear, deep, and long lines carry more force than short faint lines.  If there are multiple vertical lines under one finger, each carries extra force of that kind.  Having extra lines isn’t always better; rather, it indicates more opportunity for expression of that type of energy.

Think of these lines as electrical wiring, allowing currents of energy to flow and support the attributes of the associated fingers. The longer the vertical lines, the more energy they carry. The presence of several parallel vertical lines indicates extra energy that may appear as having too many choices to make related to the particular line. The condition of the finger itself is also significant here. The stronger and straighter the finger, above the vertical line, the better and more positively the associated characteristics will be expressed. At least, there is a potential for greater expression.

Stay tuned to learn more about the Saturn Line, AKA the Fate Line, the Career Line, and the Money Line. You can design success strategies in your life by interpreting your Line of Effort.

Guide for Lost Souls

Following is an excerpt from my upcoming book, Your Life Is In Your Hands.

Guide for Lost Souls

The owner of a long head Line that curves deep into the palm considers ideas, thoughts, and activities that are influenced by deep meaning in life. People with this type of Head Line have felt the trap that Persephone felt after Hades kidnapped her to make her his wife. Held against her will, Persephone was trapped in the dark, dismal, gloomy underworld. If you have this deeply curving head Line, you most likely understand the feeling of depression. It doesn’t mean you are depressed but you know what it means to be depressed. Like Persephone, you have experienced despair associated with “your life not being your own.” You are sensitive and responsive to your environment, including the feelings of all beings. As Persephone matured she opened her heart to Hades and to the other lost souls ensnared in the underworld. Likewise, as you mature you develop a deep compassion for others that can develop into life work as a guide for people who have been led astray or trapped. A deeply curving head Line represents a potential path to mature into the Queen of the Underworld, handling hidden and all-consuming emotion, where reason has no place. Persephone also knew that she would return to the bright world above in spring each year. You have a genius for understanding others who enter into their own world of deep and unpredictable waters.

AAHA Guide for Lost Souls

Long, curving Head Line, toward the wrist

After describing the implication of this type of head Line to one client, she confirmed the analysis saying, “Oh, yes, that’s me.” Unexpectedly, I dive into a very dark place. I’m used to it now, so I have a mini fridge in my room with ice cream in it. I comfort myself on my favorite fluffy bedspread with DVDs next to my TV. I do know I’ll eventually resurface to everyday life.” Persephone did resurface out of the darkness, after choosing to do so, and realized her power in the decision and in her journey.

Key Words: Despair, grief, powerlessness, empathy, resurrection

Guide for Lost Souls Positive: I am able to be fully and completely present with deep sadness, maintain compassion, and steer others to their inner light.

Guide for Lost Souls Negative: Immobile, I remain a victim of kidnapping by hopelessness, believing I have no way out.

Mantra: I willingly open myself to deep emotion and am appropriately available to myself and other lost souls ready to “come back to life,” again, feeling joy.

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What Makes an Exceptional Teacher?

Kay Packard
Kay Packard

What Makes an Exceptional Teacher?

When looking for a teacher in the professional healing arts, and specifically hand analysis, there are many aspects to take into consideration.  High quality teachers have an extensive knowledge of the subject matter, curriculum and standards, a caring attitude, and a love of learning; experience facilitating groups of individuals and expectations, a desire to make a difference in the lives of students, and those lives who the student will touch.

– Exceptional teachers set high expectations for all students while meeting each student where she is emotionally, mentally, physically and spiritually.

– Exceptional teachers have clear, written-out objectives for each class and/or program. With integrity, they follow through with commitments. Students do better when they have a clear idea what to expect and receive what is expected.

– Exceptional teachers are prepared and organized. They are in their classrooms (and tele-calls) early and ready to teach. They offer homework assignments and hands-on practice plans to build subject knowledge.

– Exceptional teachers help students see differently. Effective teachers use intuition, scientific facts (reliable and repeatable data) while also asking “why” questions. Students learn better when they are challenged to look at all sides of the subject matter and are given plenty of time to ask and answer questions.

– Exceptional teachers communicate effectively, engage all students and treat each student with dignity and respect.

– Exceptional teachers form strong heart-centered relationships with their students and show that they care. They are warm, enthusiastic, considerate and caring. Students feel supported when their teachers are available to them during and outside of scheduled class time.

– Exceptional teachers are masters of their subject and spend time continuing to gain knowledge in their field of expertise. They present the material with enthusiasm and instill hunger in their students to study and practice.

– Exceptional teachers help students build confidence through praise, appropriate correction, and individualized guidance.

– Exceptional teachers pursue and exhibit life experience to support their curriculum and overall teaching objectives.

– Exceptional teachers give the student cause to be both fulfilled and delighted about the learning institution or academy where they are or have been taught.

– Exceptional teachers gratefully acknowledge their sources of content and pay homage to their revered teachers and mentors.

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Written by Kay Packard, M.A. Director of the American Academy of Hand Analysis * Inspired by www.greatschools.org *  Contributing Editor Linda Salazar * Visit www.AcademyofHandAnalysis.org

Momentous Life Change – Embracing the mystery

A blast from the past; in my newsletter released May 19, 2009

Sail boat

 

Momentous Life Change 

Embracing the Mystery 

A significant change was set into motion, for me, this past week.  After twenty-three years working for Boeing, I am switching ‘careers’.  The security of a bi-weekly paycheck will cease to exist on June 18, 2009. That symbol of regularity, reliability and ‘safety’ is being replaced with the adventure of the unknown. I will embrace the mystery of life in a new way.  

This is a huge step for me, when I consider where I began. I was lovingly influenced, by a financially lacking and divorced mother to work, plan, study, learn, and create financial independence. I remember one early evening vividly. My mother was outside, pounding her clinched fists on the cinder block wall of our house screaming, “I hate this house, I hate this house!” I think I was around eleven years old. Home maintenance requirements and expended personal energy hence triggered her advice to avoid those troubling situations. From that early age, I was, in a sense, traumatized by her material fixation, the lack, and the emotional pain. That was when I started working. Baby-sitting initiated my resume. I needed to work and earn money to avoid the potential agony related to being ‘without’. 

Now at age forty-five, after doing my ‘time’ in the corporation, I’m pursuing my dream, my love, my calling. A calling is what our inner voice compels us to Be. We only need to listen.  Monkey-mind chatter and outside influences are insistent and must be managed if we are to listen, hear and heed the call of our inner identity. 

Through this change process, I discovered a level of courage I hadn’t experienced before. I contemplated the idea and mentally prepared for this change for the last three years. I created an ‘exit plan’ and used all of the healing tools I have been exposed to as well as re-reading teaching ‘detachment’ and ‘inquiry’.  

Intention to honor our heart’s desire often goes against the grain of mainstream thinking. When I began telling people I was planning to leave Boeing I got responses like “Are you crazy?”, “In a time like this?”, “Can you make it financially doing your healing practice?” “It’s not a good time to quit your job!” and “You’ve got balls when so many people don’t have jobs.”  After I shifted my attitude from fear to love; love for my ‘calling’ I received amazing support from my friends and colleagues.  

So now, I’m thrilled to announce myself as a full-time Guide for Positive Change. This work parallels that of a trail guide, one who leads the way for other pioneering and adventuring souls. I knew, from deep within, 5 years ago that I wanted to be an outstanding Hand Analyst – to read and decode the fingerprint patterns and reveal the life purpose and life lesson to the owner of the hands. I announced it loudly and confidently on the first day of my Year Long Hand Analysis training program. Then two years ago I found EFT (Emotional Freedom Techniques) and like-wise, fell in love with this modality for emotional, mental and physical balance and release.  And most recently, I began practicing Reiki. Reiki, pronounced ray – key, is in an ancient Japanese method of stress reduction and relaxation.  All modalities are being integrated into my practice.  I also conduct workshops for personal empowerment. I want to offer methods to help everyone get to their own personal truth, in their own way, in their own time.  We’re doing it together – deeply and completely. 

 I am ever grateful to my Mom, Rosemary, who introduced me to astrology and my first book on palm reading. Her metaphysical interest also guided me to The Science of Mind by Ernest Holmes and the Vedanta. I suppose her struggles sent her on the search to understand ‘it all’ and her essence has definitely overflowed to me. “Hooray for our side” she used to say.

Relationship symbols, stories and strategies, Part II

The Heart Line – Relationship symbols, stories and strategies Part II

by Kay Packard 

“The only lasting beauty is the beauty of the heart.” Rumi

A relationship works best when you attend to the beauty of the relationship. You can deepen your understanding of your own and someone else’s essential love style by deciphering one line in the hand—the Heart Line. In Part I of The Heart Line, I covered the Hermit Heart Line. Today, lets identify the Passionate and the Big Heart Heart Lines and understand the non-negotiable needs they reveal in relationship.

Four Steps to Analyzing the Heart Line

Step 1. Locate the Heart Line carved in your hands.

Step 2. Starting on the outside edge of the palm, follow the line and note in which section of the imaginary quadrant your Heart Line ends.

Step 3. Read the associated descriptions.

Heart Line Styles

Identification: The Heart Line starts on the outer edge of the palm under the pinkie finger and runs horizontally across the palm. The line may be straight or curved and long or short. It usually ends somewhere beneath the middle or index finger. Any Heart Line style is possible on a hand. You may also find a different Heart Line on each hand.

Heart Line Shapes

The shape of the Heart Line indicates preferred characteristics when relating to others and corresponds to sections in an imaginary quadrant, as we will see in Fig. 1. Curvy lines belong to expressive people who typically show their feelings easily. The Big Heart and the Passionate types have curvy lines. They exhibit their feelings more than those with flat or straight Heart Lines. Straight lines belong to people who are more reserved. They present their feelings reluctantly. The Hermit and the Rational Romantic types have flat Heart Lines. They are less likely to display their emotions outwardly.

The Heart Line Quadrant

As illustrated in Part I, the imaginary quadrant has four sections (see fig. 1 below). To position the quadrant, on one hand at a time, draw an imaginary line straight down between the index and middle finger. Next draw an imaginary horizontal line across the vertical line about half an inch from base of fingers. Now, determine which section your Heart Line ends. 

AAHA Heart Line Types

 Fig. 1 Assigned names depending on section of the quadrant where the Heart Line terminates

Names are assigned to the Heart Line type depending on which section the Heart Line ends. Look to see in which section of the quadrant your Heart Line ends on both hands.

The Passionate

Passionate Heart

 Fig. 2 The Passionate Heart

The Passionate Heart Line curves up toward the middle finger (Fig. 2). It touches the top of the palm and ends in the upper right section of the quadrant under the middle finger. The dotted arrow shows a piece of the Heart Line but it is not considered when determining the termination point of this Heart Line.

If you are the Passionate Heart, you are likely enthusiastic, expressive and even flirtatious. You have the charisma to be the life of the party. Your natural design is like the campfire, attracting people to warmth. It’s crucial for you to express your wants, even when others might not seem to appreciate your directness. You tend to be happiest, when you do expose your desires. Your biggest challenge is being stuck with people you consider boring. You can be so intense that when you feel something passionately, it shows. A word of caution though—that little campfire can turn into a forest fire if its not contained. I remind the Passionate Heart to display his or her wildest passions and be considerate of the needs of others. At your best you bring an excitement and charisma to the scene. Your challenge is to remember the emotional needs of others.

Affirm: I am claiming my desires and expressing my passion with grace and consideration.

The Big Heart 

Big Heart Line

 Fig. 3 The Big Heart section of the quadrant

 The Big Heart curves up toward the index finger. It touches the top of the palm and ends in the upper section of the quadrant under the index finger or closer to the index finger than the middle finger (In Fig. 2 see the arrow between the index and middle fingers).

If you are the Big Heart, you feel emotions keenly and are warmhearted, caring and nurturing of others. You like connecting with other people and animals. Your favorite song might be All You Need is Love by the Beatles. My friend Kit calls the owner of this line “The Sweet Heart.” Your natural design is like a water droplet that joins the pool at the base of a waterfall. Seeing others bond during a special gathering warms your heart. Your feelings are hurt if people suddenly disconnect with you or you witness detachment and conflict between loved ones. Your biggest challenge is to nurture yourself along with others and not fall victim to emotional sell-out. If, in your view, someone disconnects from you abruptly, you might take it personally and become overly critical of yourself, blaming yourself (or another) for the separation. I remind the Big Heart to look at the truth of the change or separation in the relationship to help you accept yourself and all your feelings in all stages of the relationship. At your best you help people feel loved and cared for while also spending some time alone nurturing yourself. On a bad day, you can easily lose yourself in the drama of others and feel like a victim.

Affirm: I am the love I seek and long to embody.

No Heart Line is better than another. What’s important is to register and claim your natural love style. I’ve seen troubles brew when someone thinks he or she should behave like a snail when really he or she is a gazelle.

Watch for Part III coming next – The Rational Romantic and a few other variations.

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Kay Packard
Kay Packard

This article is an excerpt from Kay’s upcoming book called, “Your Life is in Your Hands.” When sharing, please include the entire article, with author information. Kay is a Master Hand Analyst and holds a Master of Arts degree in Spiritual Psychology. She teaches people the art and science of Hand Analysis through the American Academy of Hand Analysis. Visit AcademyofHandAnalysis.org

A special thanks to the following for reading sections of my manuscript and offering suggestions and edits: Angela Renkoski, Anne Bunnell, Linda Salazar, Debe’ Wenig and Pam Lockhart. I also thank Lindsay Morlock and Chrisstine Gulrajani for ideas on titles. Teachers Richard Unger, Vernon Mahabal and Pamelah Landers are also to be thanked for their research and sharing!