If I say you could change your life by changing your handwriting, what would your reaction be? Surpised or shocked? It is a science that is based on tremendous amount of research and one that can very accurately state who you are? So now let me tell you what all  your handwriting tells—

It can tell how emotional, intellectual, tempered and defensive you are. Yes, it cannot tell whether you are a male or female. Jokes apart, handwriting is often referred as mind writing. Each personality trait is represented by a neurological brain pattern. each neurological brain pattern produces a unique neuromuscular movement that is same for every person who has that personality trait. When writing these tiny movements occur unconsciously, each written movement or stroke reveals a specific personality trait and is 95% correct. Research says, it is a great thing that handwriting analysis can even be used to determine suicidal tendency and can also reveal a persons honesty/dishonesty.

As children grow and mature, their handwriting changes and becomes a unique representation of their individual personality characteristics.

The more a person’s writing varies from the model they were taught, the more their morals and attitudes move away from the conventional model of the world they were taught as kids.

Graphotherapy is one of the most modern and effective behavioral modification tools available today. One has to work hard to see the impact. one needs to practise for 40-50 days, “I, myself have seen changes in me, I was very emotional, I worked on it and now I am more enthusiastic and a happy person.

Some tips-

For example a ‘t’– if the bar is crossed very low on the stem, then it  shows the person has very low esteem. Forgetting to cut the stem, shows lack of concentration or at that moment he is not paying attention.

‘y’– if the end portion curls towards right shows severe fatalistic attitude that needs immediate attention.

‘i’–If the dot is not exactly on it, the person is not paying attention is absent minded.

Right slant–Most of those who write with right slant are persons who are emotional rather then rational or have a combination of rational and emotional thinking modes. They are those who identify with their father figure. The father might be a source of identification, pride or love or admiration. Not always all together. The father being a main role model for the son or daughter during childhood. Reveals a person who’s outgoing, friendly, impulsive, and emotionally open.

Left slant–Most writers who write with left slant, are persons who were emotional, sometimes even highly emotional during childhood. They identify with their mother figure.  Left-slant writers are generally insecure and lack spontaneity in their reactions to various situations. Such people in general grow up to become difficult to approach. People who write this way tend to be choosy in selecting friends and have limited friends. But they just love it when they find someone who “understands” them without them having to express in so many words.

Upright—Persons writing with upright / straight upright slant are those that do not identify with any of their parent/s.

Their way of dealing with the world and reality is more independent and rational. The sign of someone who is ruled by the head, not the heart.



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