Saturday, June 20, 2009
Handwriting analysis is a science which helps us to look into the minds of people in a matter of minutes. Through it we can come to know about a person‘s emotional response, likes dislikes strengths, weakness because you can lie but your handwriting cant.
King Khans signature tells us that he is a person who is very confident and has a good personality. He can be a little bit selfish but believe in "Happiness of human life”. Again looking solely at his signature (as that is what we have for analysis) we can say that he has leadership abilities and can depend upon himself in situations of difficulty. The way he signs his name suggests that he wants to be seen but not known. The connectivity in his signature signifies a learnt person who can converse on any subject with ease. Our king khan doesn’t like being told what to do and would resent any kind of authority over him.Born on 2nd November, Sharukh looks at the bright side of every situation. His leadership qualities will make people look up to him in any situation. He has the ability to follow and change thoughts smoothly, often a good speaker, writer or conversationalist.
In Handwriting Analysis, the signature of a person is just a badge to the world. We behave differently with our family and friends and behave differently with the society in general. Here the analysis being done solely on the signature holds good for his public image. We would like to have further handwriting sample for further analysis.
Farida H B
Tuesday, June 9, 2009
Aamir Khan is a well know name in the film industry and a very famous and versatile actor.
His handwriting tells us that he is an angular writer which implies that he has aggression, libido, dynamism, achievement and will. He is a controlled, tense, energetic and persevering individual.
He is always probing, exploring, taking up challenges and wants to solve problems. He has a natural sharpness of thought, resent wasting time and cannot suffer laggards. He takes in people and situations instantly and can get impatient with unnecessary delay.
The underline under his signature relates to leadership qualities and inner strength. He is a person who will face his problems and solve them to. His writing shows lots of persistence. He is a person who would want to finish whatever he has started and not rest until the task is finished. The connectivity in his handwriting tells us of a intelligent person who has the ability to follow and change thoughts smoothly. Often a good conversationalist, speaker or writer.
Overall his attitude can be defined by aggressiveness which if properly channelized, can achieve excellent results.
Monday, June 8, 2009
Gandhiji- Father of the Nation
Handwriting analysis is a scientific way of knowing a persons personality. You can look into the inner most secrets of a person in a matter of minutes.
Gandhi ji, the father of the nation is an extraordinary human being. He himself in his book “An Autobiography” OR the Story of My Experiments with Truth has written that bad handwriting is a sign of imperfect education.
However in Handwriting Analysis the handwriting is neither good or bad, only legible or illegible. Gandhi ji’s handwriting or mind writing is definitely legible and an indicator of a strong personality.
This man, though frail in his body, was by no means "weak"... in fact, the heavy endings in the letters, and strong downstrokes in the "g" indicate a person of a very high degree of determination. The "t" bars which end heavily, while going slightly downward, indicate self-control and a strong will power. This also indicates a person who wielded the power to dominate. It was, probably his broadmindedness, sympathy and benevolence, which made him a "lovable" dominator!
He was a fast thinker and could talk from one subject to the other with the least difficulty. This is shown by a high degree of connection between letters. A (8)like figure appearing in the y,g,or s or the t-bars connecting to the letters of the next words. It tells us that he was a people person and would plan everything that he did. He took his own time in planning goals and executing them.
Because of his strong will power and immense self control, this simple but honest man, who spoke his mind shown by the clean o’s with out loops had driven the mighty force of the British away. His directness shown by the curving t’s had and leadership qualities had won millions of hearts, due to which he is remembered today also with great respect.
Gandhigiri works if we allow the principles of Gandhi ji to work. Talking about his greatness or his sacrifice becomes null and void if we ourselves cannot live in peace and harmony with each other.
Rabindranath Tagore (1861-1941) Indian philosopher and poet. Tagore was born in Calcutta and studied in London, and became one of the best known international figures of the intellectual world in the first decades of the 20th century. He won the Nobel Prize for literature in 1913 .
Rabindranath Tagore’s handwriting tells us that this literary genius was a person who had the ability to get along with both introverts and extroverts. He was a kind, affectionate and friendly person who could weight both sides of an issue.
The high t-bars show a high self-esteem this person had. The normal looped g shows his ability to construct thoughts in his mind and the fluidity shown by the connected writing tells us that he could put in words what ever had been imagined.
The slightly curved “d” shows his desire for music, travel and fine food. He had the ability to notice smallest of things and the persistence to complete whatever had been started.
An overall balanced handwriting shows a balanced individual who thought big and through his actions made his dreams come true. The upper zone revels his thought process and it is very evident in his handwriting that he had a far reaching philosophy and a very sharp mind to catch up on any subject with jet fast speed.
A very frank and honest gentleman who saw beyond his time and had the ability to capture his thinking in words which are which is read and praised by millions today.
Have you got a constant habit of worrying about your business or home or relationships or your health???
Fear and worry go hand in hand
Fear causes worry, worry makes you tense and nervous and affects your nervous system. For eg. When you worry, the gastric juices of your stomach turn from normal to abnormal which often leads to stomach ulcers. Dr. Joseph F author of ,”nervous stomach trouble” says ,”you do not get stomach ulcers from what you eat, you get ulcers from what is eating you”. Worrying causes not only stomach ulcers but is also associated with many psychosomatic diseases like diabetes, high blood pressure, cancer etc. many of the diseases are linked directly to the mind. What you think is what you get.
Fear, hate, worry, supreme selfishness and inability to adjust themselves to the world of reality are nothing but various emotions that we face,” as we sow, so shall we reap” meaning, when emotions of this category make a home in our mind, the direct impact is on our body in way of various diseases ,for eg. like the architect who first makes blue prints of his project and then works on it step by step.
Many a times our mind imagines situations which have not happened or may never happen in real life. Why waste our time and energy imagining things that might never affect us?
For eg. If a person makes very big “y” loops
Then it is one big indication that this person will make a mountain out of a mole hill. Whatever this person visualizes will be bigger than what is happening in reality. These people are good story tellers.
It has been noted that most of our problems and unhappiness come from our own imagination and not from reality. When we know that something is not suiting us, we try to change it. Here handwriting analysis comes in very handy as you have the power to change your writing scientifically (Grapho- therapy) to change your thoughts, to change your life.
Change your today for a better tomorrow.
Farida H B
Certified handwriting analyst