The Prospect of Relocation
Relocation — finding a new place to live and work — is perhaps the ultimate form of travel. It means tearing yourself and your family away from the familiar and comfortable and journeying toward a new life in which the outcome is unknown. Anyone facing such a challenge will need all the help that a reading can give about the outcome of such an event, and to find ways to minimize obstacles and problems while preparing for the journey. Relocating can mean anything from a move down the street to beginning a new life on a new continent, so there are many things to consider when you are facing relocation.
Check Your Major Lines
The kind of movement represented by relocation is found on the palm, not so much in the travel lines on the percussion of the hand but rather along the life line and its branches. The information given in this area can be expanded by looking at other areas of the palm as well.
For example, if your relocation means buying and selling property in preparation for moving your household, it is important to look at your Saturn mount, since this is where issues dealing with home and security can best be studied. A branch moving forward from the life line to this area would indicate the possibility of a major move and give you some idea about the effect the move will have on you. A move made for reasons of health will be seen by a branch from the life line, which represents the physical area, to the Luna mount.
But what if the move is more than a move across town to a new neighborhood? A farther move — say, immigrating to a new country to make a fresh start or to study a new culture — is a much larger undertaking. This type of a change will be marked on the Luna mount. This is where foreign travel shows up in the hand, so any overseas relocation or a long journey in foreign parts will be obvious here.
People who enjoy travel have a life line that takes up a good portion of the palm and leaves a large mount of Venus. Those who do not like travel have a life line close to the wrist and circling toward the thumb, leaving a smaller mount of Venus.