Mystic Handwriting Analysis Expert

Course details / syllabus

Handwriting is Mind-writing

Mystic Handwriting Analysis Expert

“Graphology” is a Greek word. It is coined of the words graph and logy. Graph means I Write and Logy means to study or science. Thus, Graphology is the study of all graphic movements i.e. writing, doodling, sculptures, painting and other paleographic scripts. This term was coined by a French monk Abbe Michon in 1871.

Aristotle said in 322 BC; “Spoken words are the expression of mental experience and written words are the expression of spoken words”. Camillo Baldi, an Italian physician doctor studied handwriting of different people and wrote a book titled; “How to judge the nature and the character of a person from his letter”. William Preyer, a German, said that; “Handwriting is brain writing”. Rudolph Pophal, a German, connected Neurology with Handwriting in 1930. Max Pulver, a Swiss, introduced symbolism in Graphology. Milton Bunker made analysis of strokes and introduced shorthand in writing. Dr. Kenfer correlated Graphology with diseases.

The underlying principle of Graphology is that every neurological pattern has its corresponding neuro-muscular pattern i.e. emotional changes lead to physiological changes. Physiological changes can be changes in heart beat, breathing, body temperature, facial expressions, muscular tension etc. There are nearly 3000 nerve endings per square centimeter in the tips of fingers. By stimulating the index finger and thumb, we can stimulate or activate our brain. Thus, research made by reflexologists show that brain can be changed with the help of writing.

While writing, flexor muscles of the hand give centripetal movement to the hand (in the down strokes) and extensor muscles of the hand give centrifugal movement to the hand (in the upstrokes). Thumb, index and middle finger – combined together – make a tripod / pincer’s grip.

There are two types of approaches in Graphology:

1. Straight Stroke Approach: emphasis on individual signs. It is widely used in France.

2. Gestalt Approach or Holistic Approach: emphasis is on the writing as a whole. It is widely used in Germany.

Syllabus

Part I: The Modus Operandi of Graphology

* Meaning of Graphology

* Direct Advantages of Learning Graphology

* History of Graphology

* Approaches in Graphology

* Left & right-handed writer

* Underlying Principle of Graphology

* What Graphology Can & Can’t Tell

* Terminology Used in Graphology

* Graphometry

* Characteristics in Handwriting

* Nerves Influencing Form of Handwriting

* Degree of Fluency in Handwriting

* Necessary Grapho – Psychological Information

* Taking the Handwriting Sample

Part II: Practicing Graphology

Detailed Analysis of;

1. Organization: the Style of Script

2. Zones: Type of Desires

3. Margins: Sense of Proportion

4. Spacing of Writing: State of Mind

5. Line of Writing: State of Disposition or Temper

6. Slope (Slant) Of Writing: Degree of Affections

7. Connections

8. Size of Letters: Concentrative Power

9. Pressure: Emotional State

10. Strokes in Writing

10(a). Connecting Strokes

10(b). Terminal Strokes: Degree of Generosity

10(c). Miscellaneous Strokes

11. Loops

11(a). Looped Letters

12. Form

13. Speed of Writing: Amount of Energy

14. Flourishes: Superficialities

15. Legibility

16. Punctuation

17. Letters & Their Meanings

18. Small Letters: Mental Development

18(a). Small Letters “a” and “o”

18(b). Small Letter “f”

18(c). Small Letters “g” and “y”

18(d). Dots over “i” and “j”

18(e). Small letters “m” and “n”

18(f). Small letter “p”

18(g). “t” Crossing (small t)

19. Capital Letters: Personal Tastes

19(a). Capital Letter “I”

19(b). Capital Letter “M”

20. Colour of Ink

21. Doodles

22. Signature: Mark of Individuality

23. Handwriting of rich & famous personalities

Part III: Applied Graphology: Using Graphology at Home and at Work

1. Maturity Scale

2. Knowing of reliability reading

3. Frustration finder

4. Determination of Positive and Negative Personality

5. Is your personality in focus?

6. Margin of safety of Individual

7. Emotion Matcher

8. Knowing the Self respect

9. Knowing if we are original (creative), ordinary or Odd (Eccentric)

10. Knowing of our drive

11. Are we over aggressive towards others?

12. Our approach to thoughts

13. Knowing the physical / Sexual drive

14. Grapho - analysis of different personalities

15. Grapho-Analysis of Different Personalities

16. Dishonesty

17. Other Miscellaneous Traits

Part IV: Specific Areas in Graphology

1. Vocations

2. Relationships: love & marriage

3. Health and Ailments

4. Children

5. Crime Solving: Forgery & Fraud, Murder etc.

(Note: Course will be based on following the modern psycho-scientific method considering writing in English language only)

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