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

Published: 09th September 2008
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How one draws a person reveals a great deal. E-G





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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 tendency/homosexual tendency: lashes on male.



• Effeminacy/insecurity: feet small, male subject.



• Effeminate/narcissistic/submissive: emphasis on circles in depicting body.



• Egocentric/hysteria/immaturity/repression: eye as a circle (no pupil).



• Egocentric/immature/over concern of material criteria for social status: clothing carefully rendered.



• Egocentric/schizoid: body emphasis (under clothed).



• Egotism/narcissism: doodling of subject's name.



• Emotional control (rigid): stiff posture.



• Emotional exhaustion/lack of drive/low energy: reclined or seated same sex figure.



• Emotional fixation or wish to return to youth/immaturity: younger figure than subject.



• Emphasis on possession and social prestige: clothing elaboration, grooming. Need for social approval and dominance: over clothed.



• Evasion/guilt/lack of confidence/possible psychopath: hands behind back or in pockets.



• Evasion of body problems: peanut man, snowman, and stick man.



• Evasion of problems/reluctance to reveal self: resistance to drawing figures.



• Evasiveness: figure of profile.



• Exhibitionism/sexual preoccupation: earrings.



• Exhibitionistic tendency/social accessibility/social communications/ social dependency: full-faced figure.



• Expectation of aggression from environment or impaired self-esteem possible (may symbolize psychic trauma): facial scars on same sex figure.



• Externalized aggression: hands emphasized, bushy eyebrows.



• Externalized aggression/paranoia: eye emphasized.



• Extroversion/need for support: left-to-right strokes.



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• Fantasy relative to "femininity": hat crease.



• Feeling of body disorganization/maternal dependence/psycho-

sexual immaturity/schizoid/schizophrenic: joint and knuckle emphasis.



• Feeling of decline associated with advancing age (shaded legs may be homosexual tendency): full body with shaded or thin legs.



• Feeling of emasculation/anxiety or masculine inadequacy: area depicted as broken, cut, damaged or otherwise impaired.



• Feelings of inadequacy or rejection/internalized hostility/self-contempt: cartoon figure, clown.



• Feelings of inadequacy: small same sex figure, tiny drawing.



• Feelings of masculine insufficiency: shoulders or other masculine details exaggerated.



• Felt lack of masculinity and virility: hair white on male figure.



• Felt lack of status/low self-esteem: disheveled, unkempt figure.



• Felt lack of virility: balding male figure.



• Felt subjection to strong environmental pressure or stress, with fear of psychosis: strong wind in scene of human figure drawing.



• Female protest/feminine role rejection: drawing male first, female subject.



• Female regarded as sexually rejecting: hand of female figure in pelvic area, male subject.



• Feminine identification: emphasis on left side of figure.



• Feminine identification dealt with by narcissism and obsessive-compulsive mechanism: hair parted in middle, head split.



• Feminine identification with dominant mother: chest emphasis, female subject.



• Feminine trait: rounded trunk.



• Femininity: rounded lines in formation of body.



• Forced amiability/inappropriate affection: clown-like mouth.



• Guilt, strong wish to be castrated: armless figure of male, male subject.



• Guilt (as theft or masturbation): shaded figures.



• Guilt/depression/schizophrenia/withdrawal: arms omitted.



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Joel Engel is the author of "Handwriting Analysis Self-Taught" (Penguin Books)

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