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Graphology, or the study of handwriting, has for many centuries, provided an enlightened and revealing way of assessing the character and personality of an individual. Furnished with no more than a sample of the candidate’s handwriting, trained and perceptive graphologist, or the trained handwriting expert, can gauge every facet and nuance of the individual.

Long held personality traits in the handwriting as well as the more fluid behavioural aspects are ascertained to an astonishing degree of accuracy and insight.

Handwriting analysis reveals exactly who and what we are, both generally and very particularly to almost any given situation. Graphology has many uses in both the corporate and private sectors as well as offering individuals an insight into their own strengths and weaknesses and how these affect all aspects of their life, career and relationships with others.

In this day and age of social media we are losing our ability to judge people by innate instinct and intuition but graphology is able to help us understand an individual above and beyond a CV, an interview and certainly the number of likes on a Facebook page.

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What can handwriting analysis reveal?

Handwriting is as unique as a fingerprint and is a fine motor co-ordination between the brain and the hand. In effect, it is an extension of our body language and reveals a plethora of information about the writer, both long established character traits but also transitory emotions and behaviour. Handwriting is ‘brain’ writing and can provide invaluable clues to our inner motivations.

Some of the behaviour traits that can be revealed are listed below but this is merely a fraction of what can be gleaned from a sample of handwriting:

From just a few lines of handwriting and preferably a signature, the graphologist can build up a unique profile which is now used in a wide range of applications from recruitment to compatibility.


Motivation Style

Creativity

Honesty

Drive

Physical Energy Levels

Sociability

Work Ethic

Talents

Emotional Intelligence

Intellectual Ability

Temperament

Communication Style

 
 
 

From just a few lines of handwriting and preferably a signature, the graphologist can build up a unique profile which is now used in a wide range of applications from recruitment to compatibility.