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A sense of humor shows in writing, but there are also other traits that can assist or substitute for that one individual trait. We laugh at different things – funny, sharp, quick wit etc. and each of these shows differently in the writing. Humor is always good, so if you don’t have it showing in your writing, perhaps you will want to add it. Negative traits should always be removed before or at the same time as adding positive traits so they don’t interfere with the new positive trait.
By changing your handwriting, you really can change your life. You can remove traits that you don’t want to have around, but just removing them from your writing and replacing them with something more positive. Or you can add personality traits by adding the appropriate strokes to your writing. Do just one at a time. Keep practicing a few minutes a day until this becomes your natural way of writing – about 5 – 10 minutes a day is good. Once it is your natural way of writing, you can choose another trait and start working on that.
The beauty of doing personal development through handwriting is that if you start to slip back into your old ways, it shows in your writing before it starts to affect your behavior, so giving you a chance to strengthen the new trait again by practising the stroke you want again until it stays naturally once more.
This is an amazingly powerful way of becoming who you want to be. Try it. What do you have to lose?
At www.HandwritingAnalysisBooks.com you will find short, snappy, fun books to help you identify which strokes indicate which personality traits, so you know what to change.
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.’
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.
Fiona MacKay Young has been a Certified Graphologist for over 30 years, and offers Intuitive Readings from Handwriting. She also has written many books on the topic which can be found at http://goo.gl/pBgQg8
Well, Kummankinsdesu, I would say that those people need to do more research. The US congress recognize graphology as a valid branch of psychology, and in Europe it is very widely used in both hiring and legal work and is studied in regular university programs. Graphology is both well researched and well proven.
Thanks for the question Sa Ra. Wealth is not a personality trait so it, as such, doesn't show in writing. However, there are several traits and strokes that indicate a desire or a push for wealth. I will make a video on this, but I have a few in my 'waiting list' already, so it will be a few weeks.
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