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If you either are in charge, or want to be in charge, it is important to do so in a positive way, that will get those you are in charge of respecting you and willing to do what you request. A dominating personality can achieve this, usually with ease. A Domineering personality may get their own way, but they will be very unpopular and things will be done grudgingly and perhaps not as well as possible.
Handwriting clearly shows both dominating and domineering personalities, and this video shows you how to identify them. And, as always with handwriting, if you don’t like what you have, you can eliminate it, and if you want more you can get that too. The choice is yours.
And if you decide to change your writing, one of the best possible ways to do so is by journaling. Journaling allows you to express your feelings in words and the handwriting allows you to better express those feelings in the body language of writing. The Law of Attraction Journal has inspirational quotes every time you turn the page, to encourage and motivate you farther.
So ask for what you want in the most effective way possible – through
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.
If you would like to have a reading of your handwriting, either verbal or written, please contact me. Or you can read more about readings and pricing here.
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
I'm appearing for the top most of examination (UPSC) of my country (India) and in that examination so much emphasis is given to handwriting and they analyse our handwriting to know about our personality. I watch your videos on a regular basis and they helped me a lot in making some necessary changes to my handwriting. But I'm still worried, so if you could kindly take a look at my handwriting and give the feedback it would be of great help to me. I'm gonna leave my mail address at the bottom, if you could kindly mail me on that address I'll submit the copies of my handwriting for your analysis.
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I'm afraid I only do individual readings as a paid service, Vishnu. If you are interested, please go to my website www.practicalhandwritinganalysis.com and contact me via the contact page there. I wish you all the best in your examinations.
I did indeed originally train with International Graphoanalysis Society, almost 30 years ago, but then I did a one-on-one training/mentorship program with a German trained Gestalt Graphologist. So I do both. In the YouTube videos I stick mostly with the trait based graphology since Gestalt isn’t really well suited to the short, YouTube video format. As to what courses to take … I haven’t been around training courses for a long time, but I found IGAS as excellent start since it’s easy to understand, and then perhaps some Gestalt courses afterwards. IGAS used to just have full certification courses, but I believe they now have shorter ones that you can build on to get certification (but check that out … as I say, I’m rather out of touch with training programs.) Wherever you train, if you have the interest, which you appear to have, I am sure you will find it a fascinating study… and glad you enjoy the videos.
Does changing one's handwriting ACTUALLY change their inner, NORMAL personality traits (that they have developed through their entire life experiences), or will attempting this merely MASK their true personality ?
Changing one’s handwriting, Rob, can actually change your inner, normal personality. The key is persistence. It takes time. Any body language can change first consciously who you are, and then, if it’s kept up, it goes into the subconscious and that is when you have really changed effectively. Handwriting is just another form of body language which differs only in that it leaves a permanent trail in the form of writing. While you still have to make the changes consciously to keep your writing how you want it you have not really changed your personality yet. By the time you are writing in the new way without thinking about it, it’s become your natural way of writing, it is in your subconscious and it is who you now really are. So yes, your writing can indeed change personality traits. It takes about 3 weeks to get rid of an old habit (old strokes in the writing, for example) and another 3 to 6 weeks to entrench a chosen new habit to the point that it’s now a subconscious action. This timing assumes that at least 15 minutes of daily practice is happening.
That depends on whether you would prefer to be dominant or optimistic. Choose whichever you prefer. Or you can choose to use a mixture of both and have some of each trait. There is no 'better' or 'best', just different.
That is a very big question, Vijay – too big to answer briefly. But here are a few traits an extrovert could have: show their feelings to a moderate extent (slant), be open minded, at least somewhat talkative, enjoy change and variety. Enthusiasm and optimism would also be good. And they would not be a loner. There are so many other traits too that could be advantageous to being an extrovert. And there are also so many traits that one would NOT want. If I was advising a client on this subject, I would have to look at their writing to see what was already there and then advise on the best changes to make. It is impossible to effectively give you enough information here, I’m sorry.
Thank you for `liking` and subscribing, Rabiul, but I`m afraid I only do signature analysis as a paid service, since it takes quite a long time to do. If you are interested you can find out more at http://www.practical-handwriting-analysis.com/pricing-readings/
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