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Chirology, Palmistry, Hand Reading

THE FINGERS

Intoduction
Index Finger -
The Mirror
Middle Finger -
The Wall
Ring Finger -
The Peacock
Little finger -
The Antenna

Middle Finger - The Wall

This is, of course, the longest digit and it's the finger of psychological stability, values and balance.

Its metaphor is the ‘wall', as it represents the fixed, ‘weighty' and serious mental constructs. Such concepts as patriarchy, orthodoxy, lifestyle, rules, restrictions, authority, career, convention and what values you live by are established here. Such fixed, certain constructs form our mental boundaries and logical ideas which fit like bricks into a system.

On the passive hand, this digit is more representative of the values of the formative environment - family, schooling, material security and tradition.

A long wall digit indicates systemised knowledge and great respect for one's chosen authority or value system. Their knowledge tends to the detailed, methodical and practical.

When short, the bearer's find themselves frustrated by rules and restrictions and they're much more likely to ‘opt out' of society. This can be a sign of a potentially disorganised, stressful personality with few personal barriers, unable to accept limitations. People with short ‘wall' fingers are often rebellious and can have an edgy, anarchic quality common in innovative artists and performers.

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