upper margins are determined by outside influences such as letterhead. It may be said that narrow upper margins betray informality and wide ones show withdrawal. No margins is indicative of a person who wants no distance between other people. They want to be one with the world. Wide margins are indicative of a withdrawn person.
The Pen in Graphology
The appearance of a handwriting is in some extent relevant to the pen you use. People are aware of this fact. Therefore people give much thought to the selection of a pen that feels natural to them. But the same person with the same pen never writes the letter or word twice in exactly the same way.
The Slant in Graphology
It may be said by some that the right slant is the normal slant. It may also be perceived that whoever writes from left to right naturally uses the right slant. But as we know some writers do not. In general interpretation of writing it may be said that the left direction is interpreted as the direction towards the mother as well as the past. Left slant writing is seen more often in women than in men. We often see left slant in people who have a disturbed balance in the parental equilibrium. Writers with left slant are generally much closer to their mothers. The upright slant is found in people who are very independent in life. They tend to have no inclination to either the mother or father. Wholly upright hands are very rare. In fact this may only be achieved by a show of discipline. The right slant is the most common and and most natural slant. The right slant is found in people in a hurry, impatient people and the active writer.
Writing Pressure in Graphology
The pressure against the paper is called primary pressure. The pressure against the pen holder is called secondary pressure. The primary pressure indicates our strength and vitality. The secondary pressure indicates our aims and inner convictions. Primary pressure can be analyzed through the contrast between thinner upper strokes and heavier downward strokes. The task is to define between pressure produced by will and pressure produced by inhibition. Genuine pressure will appear naturally. Forced pressure looks forced and even cries out. Extreme added pressure is often seen in hands of criminals. Pressure less writing is often seen in the hands of feminine writers.
Body Image in Graphology
A person`s body is projected in his writing. His left side is to the right, and his right side is to his left. It may suggest that the crossing of the neurological pathways typical in muscle brain center correlations is relevant here.
The Zones in Graphology
The upper zone shows what a writer thinks, how they think, what they strive for, imagination, pride and ethical ideas. The lower zone harbours manifestations of things not yet known to the writer. There we see what fills the unconscious. In the middle zone the writers daily routine is shown. The social behavior, relations, preferences and rejections.
Symmetry In Graphology
Symmetry is a yardstick of the writers inner balance and development. Symmetry is used to establish style value. When the upper zones are strongly developed we are dealing with a person of intelligence and ambition. However their emotional development remains infantile. If the middle zone is strongly developed this is a person whose sentimental and sensitivity and concern for themselves are likely to result in emotional pain. If the lower zone is overdeveloped we are dealing with a writer who is over concerned with money.
Legibility In Graphology
Legibility is a measure of the writers sense of purposefulness. Legible hand writers make good teachers and speakers. They are sincere and co-operative. But beware of the person whose writing is impressively legible. These people are wolves in sheep’s clothing.
Size Of Letters in Graphology
The size of a letter is indicative of the writers self reliance. A letter may extend in four directions, up, down, right or left. A letter may also be tall and wide. Tall capitals are people who tower above the rest. Tall initials come from impressive people. Small capitals are people who are modest in nature. They concentrate on facts, not ideas. Wide letters are extroverted people. Narrow letters come from loners.
Connection Of Letters in Graphology
The connection of letters shows the writers attitude toward others. In writing there are three mainly used links, garland, arcades and angles. Deep garland indicate people who take things too tragically. Enclosed garlends are people who tend to be calculating. Flat garlands tend to come from the practical business man. Square garlands tend to come from narrow minded people. Supported garlands come from people who need emotional support in life. General arcades show people who rely on instincts. High arcades show artistic gifts. Low arcades show hypocrisy. General angles show people who have contradictions in feelings.
Space Between Letters in Graphology
Space between letters show the extent the writer relies upon their own intuition. When all letters are connected it indicates a person with logical and systematic thinking. When only some letters are unconnected it shows an artistic and intuitive thinker. When most letters are unconnected it shows a person who is an egocentric. Lack of end strokes indicates a shy person. When the first letter stands apart it shows a cautious person.
Pace Of Writing in Graphology
Specific pace furnishes us with a variety of human characteristics. Spontaneous Writing : Ambition, activity, instability, restlessness, impatient, quick thinking. Instantaneous Writing : Inflexible, cautious, sluggish, plotter, schemer.
Concealing Stroke in Graphology
There are two interpretations of the concealing stroke. Inhibition and insincerity are the basic meanings of the concealing strokes.
In the first letter : frustrated ambition.
In upper zone : Secretive.
Middle zone : Emotional delusions.
In garlands : Shyness.
In arcades : Shrewd.
In angels : Trickster.