Some people have a little curved line under the middle and ring finger. This little curved line can comprise an entire circle or two separate, smaller lines. It is often called Venus’s circle or love belt.

Do not disappoint if you do not have this line on your palm since people who are very sensitive and prone to love problems have it. If the circle is closed it means that the person having it will experience a great love disappointment.
Therefore, if you have this circle it is for the best to not consider the relationship disappointments as fatal things but as mere lessons. If the line forms a semi circle it means that the person, in certain period in their lifetime, will experience difficulties in their love life but he/she will overcome them successfully and move on.
If you have several semi circled lines, one below another, it means that you are very emotional and sensitive.
readers try to tell us what the different lines on our hands actually mean, but they’re often rather off. For thousands of years, people have read palms to try to tell a person’s character and emotions. To be clear, the heart line begins near the middle of your hand at the edge of your palm and ends toward the pinky finger.

Which heart line is yours?
1) If this is your heart line, you’re the ambitious one! You’re independent, intelligent, and have a lot of good qualities when it comes to judgement and making decisions. You may have a selfish, materialistic outlook on life though. Use your good qualities to better your community and yourself.
2) If this is your hear line, you’re more considerate, kind, and trustworthy with people. You tend to give away your heart a little too freely. It may take work, but it’s important to know when to be guarded.
3) If this is your heart line, you tend to be content and confident in your love life, whether you’re single or in a relationship. You’re happy every way.
4) This one was my heart line! You’re patient, caring, calm, warm-hearted and full of good intentions. You’re the charitable type. This one read me like a poem!
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