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Graphology at Home - Lesson 21 - Draw Someone E-G

09th September 2008
How one draws a person reveals a great deal. E-G E Effeminacy: ankles, feet and wrists small; arms and legs tapering; curved lines on body of male; full lips on male; high heeled shoes; lashes (male figure). • Effeminacy/homo-erotic tende... Read >

Graphology at Home - Lesson 21a - Draw Someone

09th September 2008
How one draws a person reveals a great deal. Maternal Figure regarded as rejecting, unloving, and unsupportive: hands omitted on female Figure... Vast research was done among several psychoanalysts and psychologists into human figure drawings. The s... Read >

Graphology at Home - Lesson 20 - Doodles

09th September 2008
Notice Figure 16, squares or other geometric designs signify a practical nature... There is much controversy among psychologists as to why people doodle. Many suggest that during a negotiation should a party begin to doodle, his interest is waning. H... Read >

Graphology at Home-lesson 16 - Your Health

09th September 2008
Handwriting analysis can often be useful in detecting malfunctions in the body. If the handwriting in Figure 1 were superimposed on the stick Figure in the above diagram, we would see that the top part of the upper-zone letters would correspond to the hea... Read >

Graphology at Home - Lesson 15 - Your Signature

09th September 2008
Though the woman in Figure 14 did sign her name with the title "Mrs.," it and her husband's last name are small in comparison to her own given name. She is prouder of herself than of her husband... The signature gives graphologists a great deal of in... Read >

Graphology at Home-lesson 14i-the Letters P-R

08th September 2008
Graphological analysis of the letters P-R P • Imagine the stroke without the hump, and can only be read as the letter 'p' by seeing the entire word. This indicates neglectfulness and impatience, possibly forgetfulness, and the speed with whic... Read >

Graphology at Home-lesson 14g - the Letter M

08th September 2008
Graphological analysis of the letter m M • Imagine the letter ('m') that shows an arc curving under the body of the letter. It illustrates the performer, the speechmaker; the arc looks like an arm making a kind of gesture to the audience. ... Read >

Graphology at Home-lesson 14e - the Letters F and H

08th September 2008
Graphological analysis of the letters f and h F • When the top stroke extends over the whole word, it shows a feeling of protection. This is a masculine quality, but it is found in many women, especially those bringing up children alone. &... Read >

Graphology at Home - Lesson 14d - the Letters D and E

08th September 2008
Graphological analysis of the letters d and e D • The simple letter (d) with an arc at the right shows taste. The writer has a flair for the finer things of life. Try writing this letter. You will feel the grace of it. • The letter, w... Read >

Graphology at Home - Lesson 14c - the Letters B and C

08th September 2008
Graphological analysis of the letters b and c B Imagine the stroke that extends upward. It shows one, who is willing to undertake a new project of some kind, though it may be risky. The upstroke appears to be pointing to the heavens, to outer spac... Read >

Graphology at Home - Lesson 14b - the Letter a

08th September 2008
Graphological analysis of the letter 'a' There are many different ways of forming the letters of the alphabet: A • Picture the letter a (or any letter for that matter) with two hooks. A hook by nature grabs, hence it shows greed. The doubl... Read >

Graphology at Home - Lesson 4 - the "t" Bar

08th September 2008
To the graphologist, the two most important letters for analysis are the small t and the letter i. In this article, you will find virtually every possible kind of t bar. Any other t bar you may come across will probably be only a variation of one of ... Read >

Graphology at Home-lesson 27d-the Trait List N-R

02nd September 2008
N Neighborliness: Wide script with pressure, right slant with garlands, connected script, right tendencies in the middle zone. Nervousness: Sudden changes in pressure, speed and size. Neutrality: Upright script. O Observation: First stro... Read >

Graphology at Home-lesson 24-kinetic Family Drawings

02nd September 2008
Notice Figure 160. Mike was a seventeen year old boy brought to the hospital be¬cause of withdrawal symptoms. His father had a history of a car accident with a head injury and being extremely irritable sub¬sequent to this. Mike felt completely isolated ... Read >