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The letters “a” and “o” show the traits of honesty, secretive, self-deceit, intentional deceit, talkative and non-talkative (reticent). This video shows you how to identify each of these traits.
You can change your handwriting and change your life. Remove negative traits and replace them with positive traits, and once it becomes a habit, so does the behavior associated with it – you become the person you are ‘writing.’
A Custom Success Signature can help you get where you want to go. You know, every time you sign your name, the traits that you have included in it, so this works as affirmations and since you also see it as you write, it is visualization too. Others, who perhaps know nothing about handwriting analysis, see you signature and their subconscious picks up on what it is saying about you. So you are giving the impression you want to others every time you write your custom success signature. A great idea for you. A great gift to give someone else.
Or use this handwriting to decide whether two people are compatible. This is one of the most popular used of Handwriting Analysis is for Personal Development, to find out how to make the most of you. It is also widely used to determine the compatibility between two people. This can be used for personal relationships or business, as it shows where the two writers will get along and where problems will arise. Often just understanding the differences can make a huge difference to how people get along.
Personality shows in a handwriting signature and in all writing or printing. It is quick and easy to identify a specific trait and these videos give you quick tips to find out about the personality of the writer of any piece of writing. Graphology has been around since ancient Egypt, and in today’s society is used by Law Enforcement, Psychologists, and people from all walks of life.
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Fiona MacKay Young has been a Certified Graphologist for over 30 year, is also a Certified Law of Attraction Coach and offers Intuitive Readings from Handwriting. She also has written many books on the topic which can be found at http://goo.gl/pBgQg8
Yes, Laura, if you practice writing without loops on the left, until it becomes your natural way of writing and you write that way unconsciously. Then it will have gone into your subconscious and it will change it in your personality too.
It doesn't actually have much of a different meaning than one written anti-clockwise. If you look at where it ends, if it ends at the top it will be going in a right-hand direction which is future oriented. Sometimes anticlockwise circle letters end pointing left, which is to the past. Future oriented is better. Any loops would still have the same meaning, regardless of which direction the letter was written in.
I have never either heard of or seen that, Lorna. However any unnecessary decoration is someone wanting noticed so that presumably means just that - and since it's a bull's eye, probably wanting to be the center of attention. Creative too!
+Fiona MacKay Young yes ur right. As a graphologist myself when I analyse and see ppl having a t bar lower and if they ask for suggestions to improve their confidence and self-esteem I suggest them to follow this technique. Yes with bar other things shld also be considered like the whether t bar is straight, going up or down. And not to forget have to see t in correlation with h as well.
In the text book script that many people are taught in school, yes, Shardul, the t-bar is a little higher than the other lower case letters. However, in real life, when adults write, the t-bar can be anywhere from below the height of the lower case letters to floating in the air above the letter. Each different level means a different thing. So people who still make their t-bars just above the lower case letters as taught in school have found that that is a good fit for their personality. Others have changed theirs.
You can contact me through the contact form on my website, http://www.practicalhandwritinganalysis.com and I would love to see your writing, but I should warn you that I only do individual readings as a paid service - it's just too time consuming to offer it free! So, as I said, I'd love to see your writing but do take that into consideration:)
wms72 is right, and schools still teach it that way. If you don't make loops, you're graded as incorrect, even if it's not Writing class. If you're writing in science or Spanish or whatever other class, everything you write has to have loops in the right places, or you lose points. After so many years of that, you're set that way. With the world being all computers now, we rarely use handwriting anymore; we rarely experience the act of writing and rarely experience reading other peoples handwriting. Since we mostly use computers now, when we do write, we still do it exactly the way we were taught, since that's all we know. It's just like math. If you've rarely done math since your school days, and your kid brings home math homework, you're going to show them how to do it the way your teacher taught you, even if the kid says their teacher does it differently. We rarely use handwriting in the 2000s, so we're going to approach handwriting the way we were forced to do it all day long five days a week for our entire childhood until graduating from high school.
Anyone who wants to claim to be a professional in handwriting needs to look at the way people really are, or else they'll make fools of themselves as they accuse people of having one or another personality type based on how their teacher taught them to make the letters.
It doesn't matter how you were taught,'wms72'. The people who decide on how to teach kids don't usually know anything about handwriting analysis. However, I am sure you (and everyone else) don't write exactly, stroke for stroke, as you were taught. Nobody does. You have over the years changed what didn't fit for you and kept what did fit. So how you write changes over the years as you change and always (after you are no longer supervised as to how you write by a teacher) shows your personality as it it at this moment.
Fiona MacKay Young Well, I really love to write! I do feel that I'm expressing myself (how I'm feeling) thru my handwriting style while I'm actually writing. I do notice that in the same piece of writing I may at times have a variety of differences in the same letter, although those differences are not too drastic. It seems that when I try to make them all the same that only then an I writing in more of a particular font style. In my varieties of handwriting styles, not counting these font styles, sometimes my loops are thin, and other times large, sometimes they're open, and other times they have longer extensions, sometimes they're loopier than other times. Although a combination of these more drastic differences are not usually in the same piece of writing, there are some noticable differences when I look. Perhaps the writing style is more an expression of feeling than it is of the inner processing of thought.
There is no right or wrong, but if you change all the letters to suit yourself, in a way that you both like visually and that feels right, that is the best. And it will change as you go through life, because you will change - we all do - so just let your writing be what it wants to be unless there is something specific you want to change about yourself. Then you can use your writing to help you make that change.
Yes, that was what I meant. The "d" is so looped and looped again that it shows confusion, and probably deceit as a result of confusion. There is also talkativeness and sensitivity to criticism all in the one series of loops.
Yes, Chelsea, and by the time that higher t-bar is your natural way of writing, your self esteem should be naturally higher too. The other thing to watch for for self esteem is that you make your personal pronoun "I" a good size as well.
All caps, whether you make the lower case ones smaller or not, "Subdued Nevada8", means you don't want to give too much of yourself away. It shows the least in personality than any other form of printing.
+Fiona MacKay Young absolutely true! While serving in the Fire Service I took training to become a certified arson investigator. One of the courses we took was basic handwriting analysis. When interrogating a suspect we would have them write down their statement which would give us a sample of their handwriting.
No it's not about you trying to copy what you learned at school. For example if you are taught to write with loops but you don't feel loops are right for you, you will stop writing loops. Or it could be the other way around and you could start writing with loops when you were taught to write without. Or perhaps the loops will just get bigger or smaller. Each one has a meaning.
If you compare the exact strokes within the writing of several adults who all learned to write in the same way, you will find differences between every single person's writing. They have developed over time what feels right to them.
I appreciate this is hard to swallow if it's all new to you, but it is genuine and really does happen and the strokes really do indicate the personality of the writer just as all other body language shows aspects of the personality of the person.
I get what you're saying about how it's possible to keep the style you learned but your strokes will be your own but every letter you've ever written is just an attempt at mimicking what you learned through school or other means
Nobody writes exactly the way they learned in school - nobody. You may keep the same basic style but the strokes will be uniquely yours. Law enforcement, legal agencies, psychologists and many other professionals not only believe in handwriting analysis but use it regularly and the US Congress recognize it as a branch of valid branch of psychology.
How strong a trait is depends on how often it appears in the writing, so if you have a specific loop on the ‘o’ and not on the ‘a’, then approximately, you will be writing with loops about half of the time. In which case, ‘ancalyme8’, you would have the trait of the loop to a moderate degree.
If you have no loops on the ‘a’ and a variety of loops on the ‘o’ – by which I mean you might have left side loops some of the time, and right side loops at other times – then you just have to guess-timate what percentage of the time you do each. If you do left side loops about 25% of the time, then you would have a some, but not that much, self deceit. And if you had right hand loops 75% of the time, you would have quite strong secrecy etc.
Hope that helps.
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