This article contains everything you need to know about how to Analyze Handwriting, especially in signatures or letters. The analysis of the handwriting, called graphology, is based on the study of how a given person writes individual words and sentences.
Below are some simple tips regarding the type of writing that will provide you with surprising information about people in your surroundings. They will help you better understand your partner, friends, family, colleagues, competition, and even yourself. They will assess aspirations, creativity, energy, fears, limitations, potential, the stability of feelings and strengths and weaknesses. The analysis of the handwriting, however, will not give you information about the person’s age, future, gender, religion or sexual orientation.
Easy graphology: 4 tips how to analyze handwriting
1. The inclination of the letter.
A slanted letter testifies to the emotional reactions of a person:
- leaning to the right: may indicate a non-suppressed posture, self-confidence, assertiveness, sometimes sensitivity or tactlessness, ease in establishing contacts and a positive attitude towards life,
- leaning to the left: it may indicate that a person likes his own company, hides emotions, has problems in his youth, is reliable, controls his emotions to a very large extent and always thinks before he or she takes action,
- simple writing: it can indicate someone whose behavior is often forced, a good actor who hides his feelings, is not impulsive, has a tendency to observe, not to participate in events, is a permanent person, you can rely on him,
- mixing all of the above: it shows an ambiguous personality, problems in making decisions, lack of sense of one’s own identity, constant change of opinion, uncertainty, unpredictability.
2. Are the letters connected to each other?
- When the letters that make up each word are connected together, it can mean logical, orderly thinking, more experience than imagination, consistent and transparent expression during conversations,
- When the letters that make up the words are not connected, it means strong intuition, original thinking, impulsiveness, and creativity.
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3. Writing line.
The way the line along which we write runs through a piece of paper can result from both the mood of the writer and his character.
- a straight line: it can mean a cool and balanced person, determined, trusting and able to control himself,
- wavy line: it may indicate a natural person, guided by instinct, spontaneous, capricious and unpredictable,
- line down: it can mean lack of energy, pessimism, skepticism and fatigue,
- a line pointing up: it may indicate that a person is dynamic, happy, strong and full of hope.
The way a person writes his name reflects his or her personal life. In turn, the way of writing the name refers to living in society and professional activities.
The signature, in which each letter is readable, uppercase letters are about 2-3 times larger than lowercase letters, and the lines (eg in the letter “t”) are directed upwards, may indicate a person: self-confident, direct, optimistic, easy to establish contacts, friendly, trustworthy.
Here are additional insights that can be drawn from the signature analysis:
- If the name is not clear, then the person can hide who he really is,
- If the name is difficult to read, then the person may obscure his approach to business or work-related activities,
- When both the name and the name are not clear, it may mean that the person does not like them,
- If the first letter of the first or last name is small, it indicates a lack of self-confidence,
- When the first letter of the first or last name is very large, say four times larger than other letters, it can mean a dominant and selfish person.
If you’ve ever wondered how to learn graphology, you need to know that it takes many years to acquire professional graphology skills. Graphologists use a wide range of comparisons and interpretations to analyze the letter. For this reason, the tips given here are very general and do not give you 100% certainty that the lessons learned are right. The analysis of the writing on the level presented here is to be above all a good and surprising fun.
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