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  Graphology is the pseudoscientific study and analysis of handwriting, especially in relation to human psychology. (Wikipedia)


What is handwriting analysis?

Graphology is the study of handwriting, which has been recognized as being unique to each individual. Handwriting analysis is a form of psychology that identifies personality and human character through handwriting.

Handwriting analysis is dependable because once you learn to write, the structure of your actual handwriting is handed over to the power of your subconscious mind. Your handwriting changes, as your personality evolves or change, as a reaction to life’s events. As handwriting graphically freezes emotions on the page we can use handwriting to understand emotions.

Handwriting reveals the true personality, including emotional outlay, fears, honesty, defenses, and other individual personality traits. Handwriting cannot accurately reveal a person’s age, race, gender, religion, or nationality.

Who can benefit to know the meaning of the handwriting?

Graphology is now widely used in fields ranging from education, recruitment and human resources. Handwriting analysis could be the most effective tool to know new people.

Most landlords have dozens of stories about difficult tenants. With the use of handwriting analysis in the screening process, those check bouncers and midnight movers can be successfully weeded out of the mix. Needless to say, if you have had the unfortunate experience of letting someone awful move into your home, in the future you can avoid it by checking a handwriting sample. Character traits such as honesty, procrastination can be spotted from handwriting.

Anyone who is entering into a business transaction should first analyze what is on the page of a prospective partner. You will get a clear sense of a person’s integrity, aspiration level, and even ability to tell the truth.

“6,000 corporations in the United States now screen all their employees with the help of a handwriting analyst.” The Wall Street Journal reported that over 80 percent of the top 500 companies in France use handwriting analysis to screen prospective employees.