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Are you a “leftie”? People who write with their left hand are in the minority. Only 10% of the population do so. This means that left handers have to adapt to many things which are designed and developed for right handers. But what does writing by the left hand mean in Graphology? Surprisingly little! There is one thing to look out for, but for the most part, writing left or right handed makes no difference to the analysis. But there is something to make sure you are not misled by – and that is the slant. Left handers, contrary to popular belief, do not write with a left hand slant any more often than right handers do.
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.
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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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I'm left-handed. I felt this article was precise in its limited scope but very incomplete. I suspect the author is right-handed. It was interesting, however, what there was of it. I turn the paper even though I had a first grade teacher (no kindergarten) who kept turning it back to the direction right-handers do every time she walked by. My writing styles vary according to position, writing surface and writing utensil. This causes me to write with a backward slant at times. I can also mirror write and read. Sometimes while notetaking in college, to reduce muscular fatigue or boredom, I also would alternate with every other line being mirror writing. Pen choices are extremely important and can determine if I have beautiful or terrible handwriting. Just a few observations.
Thank you for that comment. The goal of the video was rather to dispel the common myth that left handers always write with a backhand slant and right handers with a right hand slant. It was not intended as a comprehensive overview of left handedness. Yes, I am right handed, but with 2 children and their father as left handers.
I am not sure of the connection between this video and your being right brained, which is creative. However since all the video really says is that not all left handers write with a left hand slant - which is empirically proven to be true, and that some, not all, left handers write t-bars and underlines from right to left, I'm not sure what there is here to be offended about. However, you have every right to your opinion.
You are tight, Shistar, left handers do not always write the t-bar from right to left, but right handers very, very seldom write it from write it from right to left, unless it's a continuation of the stem of the letter. So when you find a t-bar going from right to left, it's usually a left hander. When it's from left you right you can't tell which it is. I have 2 left handed sons. One writes it left to right, the other right to left.
I'm probably thinking too much into it. There's been some psychology work into it, but it's all theory. One who mirrors vs one who don't. The side of the brain that functions on lanuage. Like a right hander who does bend is actually thinking with their right mind.
How one holds the pen is not part of Graphology. To analyze writing, I don't need to know how that. All I need is to see how the writing looks. If someone was holding a pen in a way that made them write it a way that was alien to their personality, they would naturally change. All I need is the writing.
ohh,,really..itsgood to know through signature...thankyou FIona Mackey :).....may i know more about my signature and would you please suggest me anything about my signature that is worth to me as a being...
An underline shows self reliance, Harpal. A dot indicates that you have spoken and consider it the final word. So if they are written together, it would indicate that the writer is very self reliant and unlikely to be willing to be otherwise.
picked out the lefthanded writing right away. XD
a lot of lefthanders push the letters on the paper with their pen instead of pulling the pen over the paper (atleast the ones that don't turn the paper or do the hook-hand thing).
That why it seems to me like the pen stroke from bottom left to top right (like the beginning if the m in tomorrow ot the "dropped" stroke of the first t) otr generally left to right horizontal strokes are a bit more difficult for lefties than for righties.
it's an unconfortable angle...probably also a reason why so many lefties pull the t-bar the "wrong" way.
Is there statistics on mirror writing and lefthandedness? I suppose weight and directionwise it would be the best way to compare lefthand and right hand writing.
I was more talking about what feels natural as a movement and what not. of course i suppose many righthanders also write quite uncomfortable way.
if i paint or draw I, and the lefthanders I know (which is not much.. perhaps ten or so), start their drawing process from them right upper corner and then work from there to the left side of the drawing. While most righthanders seem start drawing or reading/analysing starting in the left upper corner, since that way they can see what they're doing while their drawing and things aren't hidden under their hand while they work.
I considered that when writing most righthanders also start on the left side of the paper.
Analysing a drawing their eyes go first to the left corner of the picture and if there is a diagonal line going from the left lower corner to upper right corner they'd consider it as upward, while someone that starts analysing a picture from the right upper corner might interpret the line as a descending line.
if the left side of a painting is empty and the information flows right-to left it can seem quite confusing for some people. especially if there's also right-to-left text involved.
talking from weight I'd more think of the physical weight of the pen than the that of the pressure and line weight. though I suppose if you need to use more physical force to move the pen, your handwriting also would look more heavy?
still thanks for linking the videos. this is interesting. :)
i asked the mirror writing thing, since i started writing as a mirror writer when i was a child and still do it for my personal notes and design stuff.
For things I write for others I of course write left to right , if I have to. Luckily now we can mirror stuff back so it's the right way nowadays. So for things like handlettering in logo designs I can just do it how I please and than convert it to the rigth way afterwards.:D
there is a clear difference the way my handwriting looks depending if i write from left to right or from right to left. One just looks "prettier"/ softer, less spiky, wider and rouder than the other... it's not a practise thing either, since i use both writing ways equally often, depending on the task.
If the handwriting shows the personality shouldn't there be no difference in the way it looks? (except the direction, which i can change digitally).
perhaps i have two personalities and i just don't know. ;)
or one is just more pretentious than the other...though I'm definitively not doing this on purpose.
If so which one is the "fake" one?
probably there's not enough statistical informations, to give a well-founded answer. ^^"
Congratulations on picking out the left hander, however I’m afraid that was more by chance that anything else.
I agree with what you say about lefties pushing the pen sometimes. However, just as many right handers write in what looks like a very uncomfortable way – and this getting more as we write less and type/text more.
However, as I’ve taught classes over 30 years, I have a sheet I give out at the beginning, with 20 writing examples on it, 10 right handed, 10 left handed.
The average from certainly hundreds, perhaps thousands of students, is to get 50% correct – which is exactly what one would expect from guessing.
Even the t-bar going in the wrong direction is not foolproof.
It is universally agreed in the graphology world that you cannot effectively tell and left handed writer from a right handed writer, but the t-bar in the opposite direction is the closest you can get.
I haven’t studied mirror writing particularly so I can’t answer that question.
However weight (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kLrvws-j2lc ) and direction (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CKkMXbWGXUs ) have quite other meanings that left or right handedness.
Usually not many traits show that are specific to the letter 'r,' Pinky. If you watch the video that will be posted on Tuesday (Manual Dexterity) you will see one that is regularly shown in that letter. There is also the Greek 'e' (looks like a back-to-front 3) which shows cultural interest. Other traits that show in an 'r' are common to all writing, such as slant etc.
That is a BIG question, Pinky. There are so many possible combinations of traits for that. One obvious combination could be single-minded focus (https://www.youtube.com/edit?o=U&video_id=8dR70VU5nNo ), being passionate about your goal (https://www.youtube.com/edit?o=U&video_id=kLrvws-j2lc ), loyalty (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=G--ElQL1yU8&t=50s )plus all the “Getting it Done” traits (https://www.youtube.com/edit?o=U&video_id=Nmzhj0IBx6s ). But there are so many more combinations – and you would also have to look out for negatives that might prevent the positive traits from working fully. Altogether there really is no one answer to this question.
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