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The Magic of Signs and Symbols in Handwriting

Signs and symbols in handwriting

Signs and Symbols that lead to deeper understanding

Take a look at any handwriting and you will see little individual deviations from the standard copybook template. These original deviations are what add up to give each handwriting its individuality.

Together they are like little signs and symbols in the handwriting that are meaningless to most people. To a graphologist they are collectively like a code guarding the mysteries of human personality.

This is the magical spot. Because when we can understand the mysterious world of personality it brings us closer to an understanding of human nature as a whole.

When people ask me to teach them the fundamentals of graphology, I think of it as if I were teaching them the basic notes of music.

Those little notes and daunting quavers of themselves tell you nothing of the emotional side of music – nor do they lift you to ride on the wave of a sweeping symphony. But without them, the symphony would never be heard at all.

And so those little signs and symbols in handwriting may be small and discreet but in the bigger picture they are hugely meaningful. Because together they add up to give us a glimpse of the comprehensive sweep of personality.

This is why these signs and symbols in handwriting hold so much more meaning than they would appear to have at first sight.

They are in fact the stepping-stones that lead us to a greater understanding of personality.

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  • Bhupesh
    November 25, 2021

    Very nicely explained ..

    • Graphology World
      November 25, 2021

      Thank you, Bhupesh.

  • Nandini Agarwal
    March 23, 2022

    This made for a beautiful read maam…thank you so much for this insightful article…

    • Graphology World
      March 23, 2022

      Thank you, Nandini.

  • Gail Slabbert AAHA
    April 5, 2022

    Excellent article, thank you..

    • Graphology World
      April 5, 2022

      Thank you, Gail.

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