Palmistry Finger Droplets and Sensitivity – The Reason They Invented Wet Paint Signs

There was heavy rain in Brisbane today so I wandered into a posh home furnishings store to avoid being washed away. I walked around for an hour touching things (carefully!) Being amongst the exotic scents, fabrics and flowers was heavenly. The store had different themes for every corner, like an extravagant movie set. I felt like a Queen…

If you have droplets on the insides of your fingertips (raised fleshy bumps/ extra-sensitive nerve pads), you’ll be the touchy-feely sort – the reason they invented Wet Paint signs and 1000 thread count sheets. We’re talking Reiki practitioners, artists, designers, inventors and kinaesthetic learners. Droplets on your fingers show that you have increased nerve endings, which give you greater sensitivity and compassion. You’ll rarely drop things due to your good sense of touch.

Droplet types run their hands over things, often love animals  and usually keep their nails short. Johnny Depp has droplets on all his fingers, so playing Edward Scissorhands would have been quite a challenge! Some people believe that people with droplets tend to become involved in other people’s problems e.g. as counsellors or healers.

To find out more about your hands, check out my palmistry courses or other palmistry articles.

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Sarah Yip
(a 29/11 lifepath & Master Numbers Teacher)
Professional Psychic
Brisbane Australia
Specialising in Palmistry, Numerology & Clairvoyance
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