Graphology is the study of handwriting...
Graphology is the science of discovering personality characteristics through the study and analysis of handwriting. The basic premise is that any person’s handwriting is guided by his or her sub-conscious thinking. Handwriting analysis can indicate personality traits such as strengths, weaknesses, emotional makeup, sensitivity, ego, drive, sociability, conduct, temperament, creativity etc.
The style of writing (random writing and signature) such as loops, size of letters, slant, spacing can reveal these aspects to a trained graphologist. You too can gain knowledge of graphology by attending courses offered by organizations listed in Resources below. Also most of these organizations can analyse your handwriting for free if you send a specimen of your handwriting to them by post.
What are the benefits of getting handwriting analysed?
There are three major benefits that can gained from Graphology. First of all, handwriting analysis would reveal your strengths, weaknesses and personality characteristics as well as the similar aspects pertaining to your colleagues, friends and relatives. Such an insight can assist you in taking correct decisions while selecting your profession, dealing with relatives and friends, choosing life partner, avoiding emotional pitfalls, managing team members etc.
Secondly, it is possible to change your personality by changing the way you write. It is possible to overcome your personal weaknesses and achieve attitudinal changes by altering your handwriting through handwriting exercises. This is known as Graphotherapy. Thirdly, organisations can take resort to handwriting analysis while undertaking recruitment, interviewing, forming work teams and so on.
By contacting the organisations listed below you can get your handwriting analysed and also receive help you to improve your handwriting. They also carry out handwriting analysis for companies. For those wishing to pursue a career, courses are offered in handwriting development and handwriting analysis.