Lion personality

A Lion Personality

by / 4 Comments / 34051 View / February 19, 2010

Do you think you have the personality of a lion? Let’s see if you can apply the following description to your personality. Or possibly to someone that you know!

Above all, a lion shows confidence!  He or she has leadership qualities, likes to take control and could be demanding – even arrogant.

A person with a lion’s personality enjoys the limelight and may even be susceptible to flattery. Because a lion is so accustomed to being admired he takes it for granted.

On the downside a lion can be lazy and sometimes a little indifferent in dealing with others.  However there is also a genial quality and an open frankness which makes him rather likable.

Here is a typical Lion’s handwriting:

A Lion's Handwriting

Notice how bold and imperious it is!  The pressure is dark and the letters are large.  This person is out there for everyone to see and respect.  Nothing is being concealed. The writing shows arrogance and a sense of superiority.

Interesting how handwriting reflects personality isn’t it?  It’s quite obvious that this is bold, imperious handwriting. Contrast this with the Mouse personality in Handwriting and you will see exactly what I mean!

But as you would expect, a graphic presentation of someone’s personality from handwriting isn’t always that obvious.  For example, your boss’s handwriting may not look anything like this even though he sometimes roars.

Well, that is where a deeper understanding of handwriting analysis comes in.  And once you know how, you can use the knowledge every day.  I certainly do!

If you would like to know more about your own personality  check out “How to Find the Real You – 7 Magic Keys to Self-Discovery



4 Comment

  1. Can you actually have the lion personality and not think you have a personality of a lion -_-

  2. I think that most people with a lion personality will realize that they are somewhat lion-like!

  3. I think I am, I do not fear, I sit in the sun and observe. I am not afraid to think my own thoughts and to live on my own thoughts, if needed I will shout/roar what I think.

  4. Exactly!

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