The thumb will show a persons drive and how they apply that.
The more ordinary the thumb the more ordinary the person.
There are two sections, the top which shows willpower and the bottom which shows just how much you will push to get what you want. Large thumbs show a strong personality.
Small thumbs show the person is more gentle.
Long, broad thumbs belong to people who push hard and succeed.
Long, narrow thumbs belong to people who want to succeed but dont have the driving force.
Small, broad thumbs belong to people who lack determination.
Thumbs that have an exceptionaly wide top belong to aggressive people. If the other applies and the top is very narrow it indicates a sign of weakness. Uncover The Truth About Anyone!
A thick top joint shows a person who is blunt.
The tapered tip shows a subtle way of doing things.
A thumb that holds itself close to the side of the hand shows a stingy person.
A thumb that sticks out indicates a carefree personality.
The position of the thumb shows us the subject's current strength of will.
We look to see how far away from the rest of the hand the thumb is held, making special note of cases where it has fallen inside the hand, or is held rigid at a 90 degree angle.
Any time the thumb has fallen inside the hand, the individual's will has been broken.
Their words and actions are not their own, but have been imposed upon them by another.
At these times the subject must be handled gently, for they are likely to react to outside stimuli with anger or open hostility.
If you find your own thumb showing a broken will, review your recent thoughts and actions to see where you have "given up".
These patterns in ourselves can be difficult to spot at first, because we are acting in exactly the "correct" way in which we have been programmed.
In cases where the thumb is spread to its maximum angle and held so firm that it quivers, the subject has completely lost control of their temper, and will strike out violently at anything they feel stands in their way.
As long as the thumb holds this position, no amount of reason or negotiation will have any effect on them.
The flexibility of the 1st knuckle of the thumb reveals how adaptable a person is to new situations and environments.
In some cases the thumb is so flexible that it bends back beyond a 90 degree angle.
This extreme flexibility is most visible when holding a pen for writing.
The greater the flexibility of the knuckle, the more adaptable the person is.
In cases where the thumb will bend far back on itself, the individual will quickly and easily adjust to any new environment in which they find themself.
They will not stop to first consider whether the change is beneficial or harmful - their love of new experiences is stronger than their good judgement.
This class of person will quickly outperform their peers, regardless of the morality of their actions.
For this reason, owners of extremely flexible thumbs must exercise caution in choosing their friends.
If associated with a group of philanthropists, they will improve more lives than their peers.
If with a group of voluptuaries, they will exceed all others in their debauch.
The thumb reflects our willpower and control.
A broken thumbnail reveals that the individual's will is being dominated by another.
Remember that on the moving hand (the dominant hand) it shows a new or temporary difficulty, while on the stationary hand it tells of a reoccurrence of an ongoing issue.
If your own thumbnail is broken, realize that something has penetrated your defenses and is breaking your will, and is also causing you to doubt your own abilities to control the situation. Identify the cause.
What (or who) is causing you to "give up" and sacrifice your own desires?
You will know by the helpless or hopeless feelings associated with it.
Once you know the cause, remedy the situation by adjusting your own thoughts and ideas.
Determine how you have contributed to your own situation with your self-doubts, and you will avoid future reoccurrences.
By altering your thoughts, you will change both your actions and your emotions, and you will find the inner strength to once again stand up for yourself.