Graphology

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Discover personality secrets from handwriting.

Your handwriting is as individual as your thumbprint.  Every loop and stroke reveals amazing details about your strengths, weaknesses, relationships –  as well as your past and perhaps even your future.  You are going to learn graphology in a fun and easy way on this site.  (if you are looking for a professional graphology course, search elsewhere)

This website is about handwriting: yours, mine, your lover’s, your lawyer’s, your best friend’s—even Madonna’s writ­ing, I’m sure, is in this website somewhere. But it’s not just about handwriting; it’s also about love, happiness, fulfillment, free­dom, success—all the things we really care about. In short, this site is about Life.

Up to now, when you were writing letters, Christmas cards, thank-you notes or grocery lists, I bet you never once gave a thought to the hidden messages concealed behind the words. You just scribbled the things you wanted to say and then forgot about it, like we all do. What you perhaps don’t realize is that every single time you put pen to paper, you reveal the most amaz­ing truths about yourself—your character, your personal experi­ence, your childhood, your hopes and dreams, in fact your whole life story, past, present and future. Handwriting tells us the kind of person you are, not just on the outside—but the real you buried deep inside.

On one level, it works a bit like a Polaroid camera, taking an instant snapshot of your life as it stands right this second. Are you happy or sad, fulfilled by your work or frustrated, buzzing with good health or feeling gloomy and under the weather?

Whatever mood you’re in, whatever you are thinking and feeling now, this moment, will affect the shape of the words as you draw them on the page. Which probably explains why your handwriting seems to change so often.

Have you noticed how, on days when you’re in a positive frame of mind and doing just fine, it tends to be bouncy, confident and readable, while on other days, when things aren’t going so well, it looks hopelessly random and chaotic, as though your words were written during a severe earth tremor? Well, that’s because handwriting is a direct product of your subconscious mind. Whatever you’re really thinking and feeling on the inside spills out onto the page—you can’t help yourself. Later on, as circumstances shift and your mood lightens, and as you begin to feel different in some way about yourself and your situation, then your handwriting automatically changes to reflect that. It’s very clever.

Handwriting acts a mirror, reflecting back at you—sometimes with devastating accuracy—the kind of person you’ve become over the years. Few of us ever get the chance to see ourselves the way others see us, and I’m pretty sure we’d have a shock if we did; but as soon as you start writing, out it all comes: your temperament, your behavior, all those special qualities, good and not so good, that make you the unique individual you are. Your handwriting can also be used to measure your level of self-esteem, how fulfilled you are by your work, whether you are generous and loving in your relationships or mean and self-centered; your handwriting can even, believe it or not, reveal your views on sex and how experienced you are between the sheets. Yes, it’s that specific!

All you need to make it work is a note or card written by someone you would like to understand a little better (I guess you might include yourself in this too!), then simply flick through the pages in this website to find the letter-shapes and handwriting patterns that correspond most closely to the ones you find in the handwriting, and read off what each one means. It really is as easy as that. There is nothing to learn and no difficult explanations to understand. In every case, you should be able to gain valuable insights into the way other people think and why they behave as they do.

If you have never studied this subject before, I guarantee you will be amazed at the amount of personal and private information built into all those tiny loops and squiggles, crosses and twirls you call your handwriting. By exploring the meaning behind each letter of the alphabet, you will be able to unlock the secrets of just about everyone you know, even if they don’t write in English. Provided their language is based on the standard A-through-Z alphabet, the principles in this website should work for them and explain their personality. Every piece of scribble will suddenly come alive with fresh meaning. Never again, I promise you, will you look at a postcard or a love letter, a handwritten menu in a restaurant, or your own grocery list pinned to the refrigerator without seeing the true significance behind the words.

 

The Truth About Graphology (Handwriting Analysis)

  • It is not fortune telling, it can’t predict the future.
  • Graphology can not tell the race, sex, handedness or age of the writer.
  • A letter or word is never written exactly the same way twice.
    Two schools of thought; trait stacking refers to the study of analyzing handwriting strokes And Gestalt refers to looking at the writing as whole picture. These reports combine both methods thereby creating an accurate analysis.
  • Handwriting analysis reports are widely used by human resources in recruiting and employment.
  • You can change your life by changing your handwriting.

What are the handwriting analysis traits identified in a handwriting sample ?

Plenty!  Some examples are as follows:

  • Does your new boyfriend have any criminal tendencies?
  • Is your boss a tightwad?
  • Does your mother-in-law have a dominating personality?
  • Is your co-worker a show off?

Well, maybe you already know the answers to these questions.

  • What about yourself?
  • Do you have any hidden talents or vocational aptitudes you may not be aware of?
  • What are some of your major strengths and weaknesses?
  • Are you and your significant other actually compatible?
  • Do you have a literal mind or are you more intuitive?
  • Are you underestimating your abilities?
  • What about your character and integrity?
  • Do you enjoy being in the limelight or do you prefer not to be noticed?
  • Do you have strong motivational drives?
  • Would you want to consider some grapho therapy?

Additionally, the following traits can be revealed in a handwriting analysis report: 

  • Extrovert/Introvert
  • Generosity
  • Expressive or repressed
  • Honesty
  • Arrogance or humility
  • Open or closed minded
  • Sexually healthy or pervert
  • Intellectual abilities
  • Dominants or submits
  • Artistic/creative ability
  • Independent or dependent
  • Scientific ability
  • Emotional stability
  • Reliability
  • Relaxed or uptight
  • Communication skills
  • Social Skills
  • Dramatic ability
  • Reachable or impractical goals
  • Optimist, Pessimist
  • Tolerant or critical
  • Clear thinking or confused
  • Suicidal tendencies
  • Talkative or quiet
  • Considerate or thoughtless
  • Conforms or unconventional
  • Happy or sad
  • Stable or moody
  • Caution/protecting self
  • Straight forward or evasive
  • Energy/fatigue
  • Logical/analytical
  • Adaptable/flexible
  • Fears or insecurities
  • Stress/disturbed
  • Self confidence
  • Sensuality
  • Fast or slow thinker/worker
  • Amiable/sympathy
  • Perfectionist
  • Organization skills
  • Pleasure seeker
  • Realistic or remote from reality
  • Management ability
  • Loyalty
  • Jealousy
  • Mature/immature
  • Leadership ability
  • Idealistic
  • Gentle
  • Imaginative
  • Thrifty or wasteful
  • A risk taker or more safety

Validity of Handwriting Analysis/ Graphology

Words can be deceptive and statements misleading, but  HOW one writes never lies! Of all our expressive movements, it is only your handwriting that leaves a consistent, visible trail.  It is like a computer printout of your personality at the time of the writing.  As your personality evolves, so will your handwriting reflect those changes as they become a permanent part of your personality.  The handwriting change occurs BECAUSE it is projected out through the writing instrument and onto the paper.  We like to call it your “PSYCHOLOGICAL SNAPSHOT.”

A dot is formed when you place your pen onto the sheet of paper.  From that one dot flows straight lines, curved lines, and heavy or light looking lines.  The manner in which they join to form the body of writing on the page, along with the spacing, the size of the letter, the slant of the writing, and many other factors all come into play to show your unique personality.

Handwriting Analysis validity has been proved because it is a totally objective psychological tool with proven reliability.  In Europe, the Soviet Union, Israel and other countries, it is considered to be a highly respected science.  Hundreds of different  PERSONALITY TRAITS can be found in handwriting analysis.

Handwriting is actually MIND writing, the subconscious mind projecting itself onto paper.  In other words, how one writes often says more than what one writes.  It can be a direct indicator of the writer’s personality and character disclosing as many as 300 different personality traits.  Its validation is founded on numerous common sense principles similar to body language, projective techniques such as ink block testing and other psychological tools. It is also based upon scientific research and statistical studies that have been conducted around the world for several decades.  In fact, twelve European universities now grant doctorates on the subject.

 

5 Comments

  1. Kacey
    Posted March 7, 2014 at 5:02 am | Permalink

    I recently came across two letters from the same person but in completely different hand writing, I found this very strange and wondered if anyone has an explanation?
    Thankyou

  2. Dwynwyn Droppo
    Posted March 10, 2014 at 7:24 pm | Permalink

    What does it mean when you write over the same letter/s or word/s once or twice in a sentence?

    • admin
      Posted March 25, 2014 at 3:27 pm | Permalink

      It indicates sensuatlity – an excessive need to satisfy the senses

  3. Priyanka
    Posted March 18, 2014 at 10:15 am | Permalink

    I read everything about graphology on your website. It’s sounds very interesting!
    I am interested in learning this amazing science. How can I get in touch with you?

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