Chinese Zodiac Palmistry: The 4th Trine

Posted on February 21, 2020

A hand holding pink flowers.

This article focuses on the fourth and final trine in the Chinese Zodiac and how it links to palmistry.

The fourth trine consists of a group of animals who are known as the ‘peacemakers’ of the zodiac – the Rabbit, Goat and Pig.

A Little Bit About Palmistry…

An ancient practice that dates all the way back to Ancient China, palmistry is an excellent way to gain greater insight into the lives of yourself or another. In palmistry, there are three major lines to read on the palm: the head line, the heart line and the life line.

When you read these lines on a person’s palm, you can get a good idea of their traits and characteristics, as well as what the future may hold for them.

In the Chinese Zodiac, animals in the same trine share similar qualities and values. They will usually get along with each other very well, possess the same humour and feel compelled to join similar causes and champion similar values.

The first trine consists of the Rat, Dragon and Monkey, who are known as the ‘doers’ of the zodiac, often drawn to positions of power.

The second trine is made up of the Ox, Snake and Rooster, a group of determined individuals with incredible endurance.

The third trine consists of the Tiger, Horse and Dog, a group of humanitarians who are known for their fighting spirit and strong sense of justice.

In the fourth trine, the trine we will be focusing on in this email, we have the Rabbit, Goat and Pig. They are sensitive, compassionate and self-sacrificing. People usually like fourth trine individuals because they are pleasant to be around and give off a very caring vibe.

So, what type of palms do these individuals have and what does palmistry tell us about them?

Chinese Zodiac Palmistry: The 4th Trine

Rabbit

Rabbits will typically have square hands with short fingers. Even if the palm is long, it will still give off a ‘square’ angular look. This indicates the practical, down-to-earth nature of the Rabbit, who likes to focus on a task and quietly get on with it, keeping their head down. The Rabbit’s hand can be soft to touch and a bit clammy, indicating their innate sensitivity and also general dislike for things of a confrontational nature.

Goat

Goats will usually have long fingers with shorter palms. This indicates their powerfully creative nature and strong imagination. Goats are very much in tune with their creative side and they are also highly sensitive. Many will have strong psychic abilities and be in tune with their intuition from an early age. Their heart lines tend to have depth, which indicates the importance of relationships in their lives.

Pig

Pigs will often have square hands, long fingers and protruding knuckles. This is indicative of their curious, yet rather innocent nature. It is also a sign of the anxiety that can grip them when they feel things on an intuitive level but cannot make sense of it in their analytical mind. Pigs, like Goats, will also tend to have a deep heart line; relationships of all kinds are important to them and they can become moody and withdrawn when things are sour. It is important for them to have harmony in their relationships with others.

Conclusion…

What Chinese Zodiac sign are you? Are you, or someone you know, a member of the fourth trine? If so, take a look at the palm of you or another. Do you notice any correlation with your innate qualities and the shape of your palm and the lines on it? Delving deeper into palmistry and applying your Chinese Zodiac sign into the mix can provide insight into yourself and others at a deep level; just like Tarot, runes or natal charts, palmistry has a way of revealing things about ourselves that we may not have even realized!

Palmistry dates all the way back to Ancient China, back when Chinese Astrology was a respected and revered form of divination. These two esoteric methods are making a comeback and can provide millions of us all over the world with new ways of understanding ourselves better. When we are able to understand both ourselves and others at a deeper level, we can then improve our lives and raise the positive vibrational energy of the world at large.

These are exciting times we live in – so why not grab yourself a resource on palmistry, read up more on your Chinese Zodiac sign, stick the kettle on and delve deeper into the fascinating web of information that is you!

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Sarah Brownlee is a harmonious Libra Sun, Conflicted Scorpio rising, and a Tiger in the Chinese Zodiac. A whirlwind writer with a passion for Tarot cards and Astrology in all… Learn More About The Author »

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