Palmistry and Palm Reading Meaning of Long Fingers
Longer fingers are seeking more contact with, and information from, the outer world. Long fingered people love details, need more data before forming opinions or decisions, and are outer directed. They are interested in the details of stories and events. They like to mentally take ideas and things apart, and put them back together again to better understand them before taking action.
Long fingered people are challenged to take action rapidly so that they do not miss opportunities. They need to guard against being "all talk and no action". Long fingered people may often find short fingered people getting "glassy eyed", yawning, or walking away in the middle of conversations because they may be inundating their shorter fingered friends with too much information!
Palmistry and Palm Reading Hints for Even More Success in Life
Put a little less effort into gathering unnecessary facts when making decisions. Long fingered people tend to need more details and facts than other people before making decisions. This can delay or exclude the decision from ever being made.
Palmistry and Palm Reading Observations on FingersFingers are like antennas that both send and receive information by touch and feel. We live in a physical material world that is often best understood by touching, poking, rubbing, and patting objects. The fingers are loaded with sensors that can detect temperature, texture, strength, pressure, and if the object is wet or dry. The fingers are wired with high speed nerves directly to the brain to quickly analyze and use the data that exploring fingers gather for the curious.
The fingers also send much information by body language, much of it unconscious cues on how the person is feeling and what they are trying to say. Watch how people use their hands and fingers to supplement their words when speaking and you will find that a high percentage of communication for many people comes from their hands! Often the hands say more meaningful things than the mouth!
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