Face Reading

12 Palaces of Fortune on Your Face (Accurate)

In Chinese face reading, 12 Palaces, 12 Houses, or 12 Divisions of the face are 12 aspects of your life. These 12 palaces indicate things related to your fortune, wealth, career, relationship, etc.

They are divided into different sections on the face depending on their locations and sizes.

Additionally, moles and wrinkles on these facial houses carry many different meanings, depending on their colors, sizes, and shapes. The meanings of moles on male faces are also quite different than the meanings of moles on female faces.

Therefore, the 12 palaces can help you answer so many life questions, such as: “Who will be your spouse? Will you advance at work? How are your relationships with your parents, friends, and lovers?”.

Disclaimer: The knowledge in this article suggests possibilities, not facts.

The 12 palaces or 12 houses on your face are:

  1. Life Palace
  2. Wealth Palace
  3. Sibling Palace
  4. Marriage Palace
  5. Children Palace
  6. Health Palace
  7. Travel Palace
  8. Servant Palace
  9. Career Palace
  10. Property Palace
  11. Fortune Palace
  12. Parents Palace

1. Life Palace

A large space inside this region is typically preferable over a small space.

The Life Palace is positioned between the eyebrows and is the most significant palace in face reading. It describes the overall path of ups and downs a person is experiencing at a particular time. Moreover, the life house indicates a person’s fortune for the whole life.

It also affects the weight that other facial traits in other palaces bestow on a person.

For example, while a person’s Marriage Palace may suggest a happy marriage, an afflicted Life Palace indicates that the relationship is not as happy as it once was. It could mean that there is still much opportunity for growth.

2. Wealth Palace

The Wealth Palace signifies wealth and career and is located at the apex and wings of the nose. The smooth, wide, and bright apex with large wings but not severely exposed nares is preferable to the apex with mole. The dark and reddish apex with pimples represents recent unexpected personal financial losses.

In Chinese face reading, it is often said that if you want to know how rich a person is, look at his or her nose tip!

A fleshy bubble at the tip of the nose indicates financial growth. And the broader a person’s nostrils, the more earning opportunities he or she will have.

However, when the nose openings can be seen from a frontal face perspective, it is believed that wealth leakage tendencies exist. Those whose nostrils are not visible from the front would be better able to keep their money from leaking.

According to Face Reading For Health, the nose tip can reveal the current function of the heart.

3. Sibling Palace

According to Chinese Astrology, the Siblings Palace is located on the eyebrows. It symbolizes your relationship with your brothers and sisters. They can also inform you about the siblings’ characteristics.

The left eyebrow symbolizes your brothers while the right symbolizes your sisters.

When the strands of hair over the left eye grow in opposite directions, it indicates a hostile interaction with brothers.

4. Marriage Palace

Marriage House, located in the corner of the eye, denotes a love relationship and marriage. It is linked to romance, relationships, and lust.

Full and shiny eyes’ corner is desirable. However, drooping eyes’ corners with wrinkles and moles are undesirable.

For a male, the dark left Marriage Palace represents his personal troubles, while the dark right represents his wife’s propensity for unlawful love relationships. For a female, the opposite is true.

5. Children Palace

The Children House, located below the eyes, reveals information about your children. This section describes what’s going on with your children and how you develop the relationship with them.

The sinking area signals that there is no kid, whereas the plumpness in this region is desirable, although being extremely puffy is also bad.

If there are moles on the face at the Children Palace, they indicate that you will be concerned about your children and burdened by them. Wrinkles in this area are also considered inauspicious signs.

For a male, the left represents sons, while the right represents daughters.

6. Health Palace

The Health Palace is located in the nose bridge’s frontal region. This is not a face region you want to have difficulties with, as the name suggests.

Be aware that the characteristics that you are born with in this area may not always have an impact on your life. Instead, it is the things that appear in your life over time that should concern you.

In Chinese face reading, the Health Palace is sometimes called the Sickness Palace as it refers to illness and disease. People who have laughter lines in this area tend to have chronic health issues that never seem to go away.

7. Travel Palace

The Travel Palace depicts the good and bad effects that travel may have on a person’s life.

A nice and strong palace indicates that a person will find success in migration and great accomplishments may be accomplished through travel.

A poor palace, on the other hand, indicates that a person’s travels may be impacted by more failures than successes.

If you are thinking about studying or working in foreign countries, this is the palace to see.

8. Servant Palace

The Servant Palace is situated on both sides of the chin and indicates assistance from partners and subordinates. The sunken Servant Palace represents disrespectful or incompetent subordinates.

If you are a business owner, for example, wrinkles over this region patches might indicate that you are working with incompetent employees.

Especially, if you have a hairy mole in this area of the face, it indicates big success and fortune waiting for you.

9. Career Palace

According to Feng Shui, the Career Palace extends vertically over the middle forehead. It is related to an individual’s professional or entrepreneurial journey, as the name implies. This palace or house is not a location where you want wrinkles to emerge while pursuing your ambitions.

The Career Palace can give insight into which pathway would be a more successful one for individuals who are lost and unclear of which path to continue. Surprisingly, in relation to the 100 age spots, this face region encompasses the years when a person is reaching his or her peak physical strength.

A bigger Career Palace is generally associated with a high forehead, which is advantageous for developing a career. So, a receding hairline may not be such a bad thing after all.

If you have a mole in the middle of your forehead, it reveals that you are a very intelligent person. You like to do things your own way, which may cause you to have problems following other people’s commands. However, this is a good mole that indicates wealth and fortune for your career.

10. Property Palace

The Property Palace, which is found on the upper eyelid, represents one’s home, family affection, and inheritance. The term “Property Palace” refers to real estate, personal property, and other items that have a store of value.

This palace is ideal when it is raised to the upper eyelid closer to the brow.

If the upper eyelid is too close to the eyebrows, it signifies a poor property in youth with little aid from ancestors. If the eye socket is hollowed, it implies trouble obtaining ancestral property.

11. Fortune Palace

The Fortune Palace, which is located on both sides of Career Palace and just above the eyebrow curve, reflects both mental state and fortune. It indicates a person’s personal ideals and views on life.

The plump Fortune Palace denotes optimism, whilst the sunken House denotes melancholy and lack of self-confidence. The black Fortune House represents poor luck.

In Chinese face reading, people who have protruding bones in these locations are likely to be stubborn and opinionated. It would be difficult to persuade them to change their beliefs.

Read more: Lucky Moles on Your Face

12. Parents Palace

This palace or house is located on each side of the central forehead. It is scientifically known as the middle or lateral forehead. It has the potential to grow all the way up to the hairline.

The left forehead is for the father, while the right forehead is for the mother. They are also known as the sun horn and the moon horn in face reading respectively.

What emerges in these regions reveals the nature of the individual’s relationship with his or her parents.

The plumper and shinier, the better. Otherwise, it is a source of ill luck for parents and a shorter lifespan.

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