Getting off the Emotional Roller-Coaster

March 17, 2018 | By More

By Ghanshyam Singh Birla, Vedic Palmist

The first thing that struck me about Diane during our initial consultation was her genuinely loving nature. “Diane, you have a truly beautiful heart!”

“Really? Well . . . if my heart is so great Ghanshyam, please tell me why my relationship with my boyfriend feels like an endless rollercoaster ride? He just can’t seem to commit. What’s wrong with him?”

A study of her hands provided some surprising answers to her questions.

In her dominant hand—(the hand we use to write) related to our personality and through which we present ourselves to the world—Diane’ heart line was long, deep and graciously rounded, revealing her immense capacity to love.

However, in her non-dominant hand—the hand related to our deep-rooted subconscious urges, habits and behavior—Diane’s heart line turned sharply downward, reflecting a significant distrust of others. Also in this hand, her union line—which reflects our capacity to be in a committed relationship—was turned upwards, indicating her own ambiguity toward her romantic partner.

I told Diane her hands indicated that while she longed for a stable and committed relationship, she also wanted her freedom.

“You’re right Ghanshyam. I didn’t realize it before—but I want both. I’ve been blaming my boyfriend for our problems when the problem is actually with me . . . he may not want to commit, but maybe that’s the reason I chose him in the first place. I put myself on this rollercoaster and it is up to me to decide whether or not to get off.”

This was a major revelation for Diane, but it was also a first step. When she left my office that day she was eagerly anticipating our next session. She wanted to probe the mysteries of her heart more deeply to dis- cover why she was uncertain in love and feared committing to a serious relationship.

The Author

Ghanshyam Singh Birla, founder of the Birla Vedic College, has dedicated his life to teaching the ancient science of Vedic Palmistry.

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