Graphology is a scientific method of identifying, evaluating, and understanding a person’s personality through the strokes and patterns revealed by his handwriting. Most modern systems of Graphology are in tune with the mainstreams schools of psychology and they are taught and practiced by analysts who are also qualified psychologists. We all write differently from the mock-up educated to us. How we form and combine characters and position them on the page creates an incomparable writing paradigm. Handwriting reveals hundreds of elements of the person’s “personality and character” which includes glimpses into the subconscious mind, emotional responsiveness, intellect, energy, fears and defenses, motivations, imagination, integrity, aptitudes, and even sex drives. There are over 100 individual traits revealed and an unlimited number of combinations.
Handwriting is often referred to as “brain writing”. Research scientists in the fields of neuroscience have categorized neuro-muscular movement tendencies as they are correlated with specific observable personality traits. Each personality trait is represented by a neurological brain pattern. Each neurological brain pattern produces a unique neuro-muscular movement that is the same for every person who has that personality trait. When writing, these tiny movements occur unconsciously. Each written movement or stroke reveals a specific personality trait.