What Does Your Handwriting Say About You?
By Saundra Berry, C.Ht.
Handwriting analysis is a means of connecting more deeply with the writer. It can detect underlying issues that perhaps the writer isn't even aware exists. Our handwriting is our personal stamp. It is a personality profile entailing our positive and negative traits. We can even change certain traits by simply changing our handwriting; such as beliefs, ability, attitudes, moods, motivation, and physical condition. However, there are certain aspects that cannot be changed; our IQ, aptitudes, temperament or identity. Keep in mind that a handwriting sample tells us where a person is at the "time of the writing" only. If you look back at writings you did when you were young and compare them to your current day writing you would most certainly see a difference. Just as we change, so does our handwriting.
Handwriting analysis has been used by many major corporations in order to review compatibility within the department, honesty, integrity, problem solving, team building, how someone would perform under pressure, inner-personal skills, and emotional stability, to name just a few. Sheila Kurtz, president and CEO of Graphology Consulting Group and Chief Graphology Officer of the Pilot Pen Corporation says, “In Germany, headhunters require a handwriting sample with each resume. In France, 80% of all businesses use handwriting analysis, and have a graphologist on staff”. I have even been asked to analyze a love interest of a client for possible signs of dishonesty. Government agencies seek out Graphologists when they are dealing with a writing left behind by someone they are investigating. They are able to find information such as if the person is emotionally stable, dishonest, how the writer sees himself, relationship of the writer and other people, and even measure of their mood and temperament.
So, what exactly does our handwriting say about us? Here are some of the areas that a Graphologist will look at in determining more information about the writer.
Margins – show a sense of thrift or generosity. The left side shows how we treat ourselves and the right symbolizes how we treat others, within the bounds of thrift or generosity.
Slant – indicates the degree or restraint of our expression of emotions and reveals whether we are an introvert or extrovert, whether we are repressed, independent, selfish, hiding, or sympathetic.
Pressure of the writing – reveals the depth and duration of emotion; meaning how long we hang onto our emotions and the pressure also shows our level of energy and vitality.
Size of the letters on the page – shows how we see our position in life and our opinion of our self and the importance in which we see our self and our actions.
The capital “I” - reveals self image, the small “t” and small “i” - t-stem show us the self esteem at the time of the writing. The “t” - crossing shows us the confidence level of the writer and the “i” dot shows us the attention to detail.
Letter Spacing – shows us if and how close the writer wishes to sees themselves to other people, situations or their environment.
Letter Shaping – reveals whether the writer is creative, diplomatic, energetic, protective, or aggressive.
Signature - is actually how the writer wishes to appear to others.
These traits are just a few of the areas that are examined during a handwriting analysis. As you can see, there are so many areas of who we are that show in our handwriting. As I said before, there are certain aspects of our writing and what they show, that we can change. So, if there are certain areas of your personality that you are ready to change, you can begin to change them simply by changing your handwriting. If you are ready to make positive changes in your life but you don’t know where to begin. Get a handwriting analysis and see what and how you can change your life through changing your handwriting.
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Saundra Berry, C.Ht.
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