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Graphology

With Graphology, you may expect to improve your self-esteem, your social skills, and your position in life. To learn more about how handwriting can change you life, check out this website: http://www.iihs.com/vimala-alphabet.html

DEFINITION OF GRAPHOLOGY:
Graphology is a scientific system of identification and assessment of character and personality of someone through detailed examination of, and study of, his or her handwriting sample.

 

Your handwriting reveals your attitudes towards life and the world. A handwriting analyst can examine your cursive handwriting and explain why you act as you do. Graphology is a thrilling extension beyond handwriting analysis. Graphology delineates exactly how personality flaws, stumbling blocks, and self-sabotaging behaviors can be eliminated, by making simple changes to one’s letter formations and handwriting styles.

Your graphologist may advise you to: Make Those “t’s” Tall and Cross Em’ High and Long. This graphology action alone will enable you to develop the self-confidence that provides the ability to set higher goals, and the passion to make your dreams come true. It will enable you to fulfill your potential and “Be All You Can Be.”

Short “t” stems reveal a low-level of self-confidence. Low “t” bars indicate low goals and thus a low-level of achievement. Short “t” bars indicate a lack of motivation. On the other hand, the most fulfilling “t’s” are tall, crossed at the very top, and given a very long “t” bar. The tall “t” stem provides self-confidence. The high “t” bar enables you to set high goals and the long “t” bar (with pressure) gives you the determination to make it happen.

During the process of graphology, one evolves. His rough edges become smoother, and at the end of the process he emerges at a state where he finds he is unafraid and has “lowered his walls”. He is more involved in “being in the moment”, and more true to himself than he has ever previously experienced. The changes are subtle (like improving your skill at a sport), but they are concrete and predictable. Graphology is designed to produce specific outcomes, so you will know what changes to expect before they occur, and will be able to recognize the subtle changes taking place in yourself even as they are occurring. You will see subtle results within a month if you focus on writing correctly four or more pages a day. Within three months of starting your program in graphology, the transformations will be so dramatic that others will see a significant improvement and gain a more favorable opinion of you. 

THINK ABOUT THIS AMAZING, PROVEN SELF-HELP CONCEPT:
If you want to, you can improve yourself, confidentially and privately, without having to reveal yourself to anyone…without anyone knowing, but you. What more could you want? It’s private. Free. Fast when compared to other self-help methods. All you need is discipline to do some daily handwriting exercises. All you have to do is write to work toward becoming your Personal Best. It’s best to do this professionally, of course, All that requires is having a Graphologist review and analyze your handwriting and make suggestions and recommendations on what strokes to change to change yourself for the better. Think of it as a prescription for self-improvement: RxYourself. The Graphologist will suggest daily handwriting exercises and evaluate them on a weekly basis. This can be done by mail; you need never meet and it will be treated in strict confidence, like a psychologist.

Graphology Further Explained:
It is a means of making conscious changes in your handwriting in order to bring about positive subconscious changes within yourself. Every stroke in your writing correlates to a personality trait within you. I help you recognize and identify negative strokes and get rid of them; thus, getting rid of negative traits within you. I also suggest including positive strokes which will result in development of positive personality traits. This is a reversal of the normal writing process where the brain sends messages to the hand. Instead, I have your hand send messages to your brain. Ever notice that if you change your handwriting changes? Well, why not reverse the process? Change yourself by changing your handwriting on purpose.

Step One is for me to analyze your handwriting. Step 2 is me recommending specific strokes for you to change in your handwriting. Step 3 is you doing the suggested writing exercises on a daily basis and snail mailing me a current sample once per week for review. You can also make positive suggestions and statements to yourself as you do the exercises; i.e. “I CAN do this; I WILL do this.” I’ll suggest some. We will follow this procedure until you feel you have achieved your desired changes.

Why Graphology works:
Handwriting should be called “brainwriting.” It all starts in the brain. Your handwriting is an x-ray of your brain, to the trained Graphologist. Why not use your brain and hand to bring about positive changes in yourself? When you change, your writing changes, right? So reverse the process and change your writing on purpose to change your brain? It works. It’s simple.

How does this work and what does it cost to change your life by changing your handwriting?
Handwriting Analysis is an inexpensive way to get to know yourself better and Graphology is an inexpensive way to bring about changes within yourself.

COST:

The cost of the initial analysis is usually $49.95 + $3 S&H. Then, individual follow-up consultations vary dependent upon the person’s personality and what changes are desired or needed. My standard or average fee is $49.95 for the initial analysis and $20.00 per week. You will snail mail your writing each week and I will evaluate and monitor your progress, mark your sample denoting progress or problems, and email it back with recommendations for writing changes and self-improvement.

For more information, please email Savannah at HealingWithSavannah@gmail.com

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2 responses

  1. Thanks for the post.Really thank you! Really Cool.

    January 15, 2012 at 9:36 am

    • Thanks, Ashley! Very cool of you to comment. Do you have a blog/website?

      January 16, 2012 at 8:57 pm

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