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This video shows how to identify the meaning of the various loops found in the Personal Pronoun “I”. This is Part Two. Mother influence and father influence and how they show in handwriting.
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.
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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
No, 'rumination', it doesn't mean the parents were divorced, although they could have been. It means that each parent, probably due to differences in interests and personality, imprinted different ideas etc onto the child. The parents could have been very compatible with each other and with the child, but they just went about things in a different way. Hope that helps. Thanks for the nice comment:)
Using your second `first` name instead of your very first name does not represent egotism, Shawn – it just means that, for some reason, you prefer your second `first` name. Normally the first name is not connected to the second name, because they are different words. However, if you find it more natural to connect them, that is also fine. I can`t really tell you what each would mean because it would be different depending on how you did it – however, none of these options is negative, so just do what feels best. The loops on h, z and l show imagination – here`s the video on that: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RZVEM5lhQWU&t=5s Hope that helps!
I forgot to mention that I only used my "second" first name, not my whole first name in my signature - does that still represent egotism? Hahaha
By the way, I am now practicing putting my last name in my (second) first name :D But I kind of feel bad for my (first) first name because it's now the only name that that is not part of my signature 😂 I want to add it but I can't, because that will make my new signature (more) longerrr
I have some questions, Ms. Fiona. I've been practicing my new signature, but I kind of don't know how to do it.
Should the first name and last name be connected (what does that indicate)? Or it's okay if I will put a gap between my first and last name in my signature (what does that indicate)? Which is better, connected or with gap?
I also have lower case letter h, z, and l in my signature. What does the medium sized upper and lower loop indicate? Should I make the upper and lower loop bigger/smaller?
I am so thankful I found your youtube channel. From the bottom of my heart, thank you :)
I think I would suggest you write your first and last names in your signature Shawn. If just writing your first name is acceptable for legal documents (which surprises me!) then you obviously don’t need it for that reason. However, just having your first name makes it so much easier for a forger to re-create your signature. From a personality perspective, writing your whole name would also be better, since, it does not indicate self-importance or egotism.
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