What is Handwriting analysis?
Handwriting Analysis is a projective technique like body language that can profile human behaviour in areas of social skills, thinking styles, achievement/work habits and possible ways of dealing with stress.
It is a system of studying the frozen graphic structures which have been generated in the brain and placed on paper in a printed or cursive style. It is said that “the pen or pencil is the tongue of your subconscious mind.”
It is a way to compare different personalities and their potential for compatibility in the areas of:
- Problem solving
- Interpersonal skills
- How you fit into a team situation
- How you will react under pressure.
In this talk, you will be introduced to interesting facts about an individual’s handwriting that reveals many facets of their character, temperament, moods, health, state of mind, and literally hundreds of other individual personality traits.
Graphology means change your handwriting to change your life.
It is a science of improving your persona by making conscious changes to letter formations in your handwriting.
In this talk, you will be introduced to how your brain is attuned neurologically via the finger movements and re-align the same, since alphabets are written in a new way.
Your brain is rather like plastic and changes with the experiences of your life. Your handwriting reveals how your brain is wired. When you change your handwriting through graphology, you will learn to change your brain and your experiences in a positive direction.
Graphology is transformational. It delineates exactly how you eliminate self-sabotaging behaviours, smooth your rough edges, dissolve your fears, lower your walls, and evolve into the person you always knew you could be if only you could “be true to yourself”.
Handwriting Analysis is an old practice which, as in many other fields, modern science is coming closer to validating.
The brain still holds many secrets concerning its workings, but functional MRI brain scans are revealing information that is ground breaking. Functional MRI’s give us pictures of the brains electrical activity as never before, what activity is occurring in the brain, where, and to what stimuli.
Neural cartographers are identifying not only the regions responsible for general functions but that it is possible to train the brain, and that one of the ways we do is through the use of our hands.