Graphology & Psychology

Vocational Traits

Thinking Patterns & Handwriting: -
The characteristic of thinking has nothing to do with how a person thinks, about what he /she is thinking or how much quality is to his/her thinking. For example-A cumulative thinker is procedural and slow. They take their time. They analyze things and want all the facts before making a decision. Cumulative thinker can be a valuable and thorough asset. They have round m's and n's which form smooth letters. A comprehensive thinker has sharp, pointy m's and n's. They are fast thinkers and fast talkers. They don't always analyze things deeply or have an eye for detail. They will make a fast decision. Even the partners with same thinking patterns encounter fewer problems than mates where one partner thinks cumulatively and the other one comprehensively.

Broadmindedness:- The individual has more liberal ideas, broader outlook and tolerant of the opinion of others. Broadmindedness is an important trait in leadership. Broad-mindedness is a wonderful asset for the writer because they can adjust quickly, to accept advice or counsel in an understanding and empathetic manner. Such a person can establish rapport and cooperation very quickly. Gandhi's handwriting highlights two great aspects of his personality-simplicity and relentless determination.

A signature is a trademark of an individual. It is an image that a signatory projects to the world. However, it can be influenced. Therefore, a person's signature is something that he/she wants to portray to the world and not necessarily what a person really is. There is one way of testing this. When a person's write up and his signature match that means he is exactly how he appears to be and vice versa.

Handwriting Type

Personality Traits

 Initials are Larger Than  Other Letters

 If a person's signature has his/her initials larger than the other letters, it indicates emphasis on her/his  personal goals and strength rather than being dependent on anyone.

 Poorly Formed Signature

 This indicates some emotional stress and also it could indicate the biggest crisis in a individual's life

 Slashing Through the  Signature

 A slashed sign indicates that one is crossing him/herself out. Just the way the signature looks the person needs to hide and maintain secrecy.

 Larger First Name

 A larger first name indicates pride and independence.

 Strong Forward Ending  Stroke

 This indicates, good health, creativity and straight-forwardness.

 Large Signatures

 A large sign indicates pride, self-confidence, friendly, warm and the need to appear in public.

 Encircled Signature

This indicates that the person likes and needs to be under someone's care all the time.

 Signature Ending with a  Dot

 Such a sign suggests mistrust of others.

Ego & Motivation:- The structured motivational core connected to the value assignment affects directly the conscious part of the Ego, whenever the Ego ignores the existence of such part of itself or else- indirectly- if some self-consciousness is present. Actually, the conscious mind can interact with feeling inclinations in order to narrow, widen, mediate, retard, try to postpone, partly elude the feeling needs only if it can recognize them: elsewhere, it lives them automatically.

Willpower and Determination :- Willpower helps an individual to maintain the certain mental attitude in spite of a temptations to the contrary.

Decision Making:-
Decisive nature helps an individual become a good manager and supervisor and his this nature enables him handle the jobs where quick decision making is required and involved.

Tension :- Productivity.

Mental and Physical Orientation :- Handwriting analysis can be a key tool to screen and select candidates to fit a job profile. We will help by analyzing a candidate's handwriting and revert with our analysis, based on which the corporate can make a decision to consider the candidates or reject them.

The traits analyzed would include
• Integrity of employee
• Loyalty towards the organization
• Commitment to work
• Health related issues
• Creativity in functioning

For key positions, especially top management we can revert with additional in-depth analysis about
• Potential to deliver
• Ability to lead teams
• Cultural fit into your system etc.

• Positiveness :- Serves to strengthen the purposes and can hold ground if necessary.
• Persistence:- The study of handwriting, involving the interpretation of character and personality traits. Empirical interpretation of handwriting dates back to ancient times. Aristotle claimed that he could define a person's soul by his way of writing.

Persistence, graphology says, is shown in handwriting by tendency to make optional strokes without lifting pen.

General / Personal

Domineering: - Domineering is generally negative. Dominating, in the right situation, can be positive - a leader taking charge. Dominant is to rule over; govern; control, to predominate, permeate, or characterize, to occupy a commanding or elevated position. There are of course people who do not appreciate being either domineered over or dominated.

Thinking Patterns & Intelligence:- Investigative -curious thinking pattern, interested in knowing to the extent necessary so will take second-hand information and be satisfied. Many other factors weigh in to evaluate how well the person uses the mind.

SENTIMENTAL, EMOTIONAL:- A graphological approach to the study of the individual sentiment function starts from a few general psychological assumptions:
feeling inclinations are at the base of the individual personality, which uses them in a mostly unconscious way, showing its presence through several layers of emotions and rationalizations;
each personality structure is the expression of a specific model of availability and reactivity of feeling, that is, of the inclination to behave in a specific way, independently from the conscious contents that are expressed.

Loyalty:- Loyalty is a commitment to stand by those people or ideas that they consider worthy. "Handwriting analysis is quietly spreading through corporate America. With the government pulling the plug on polygraphs, employers clamming up on job references, and liabilities rising for the "negligent hiring" of workers, it is one alternative managers are exploring in an effort to know who they are hiring, before they hire." - Wall Street Journal

Diplomacy:- It is greatly enhanced by the trait of diplomacy. A true diplomat is a man who remembers a lady's birthday but forgets her age. A diplomat is a person who is adroit in dealing with people. He is skillful in negotiations and can maneuver successfully without friction. A diplomat is subtle in strategy, tactful and can influence the views of others. However, how it is used will depend upon the integrity of the individual. Diplomacy is a stratagem of many unscrupulous people who, by charm and graciousness, cover up true motives.

Deceit:- Self-deceit is present when the writer consciously or subconsciously wants to avoid facing something. The writer's present personality is negatively affected by something that he or she is currently experiencing or as a result of something from his or her past. Regardless, it is the subconscious mind's way of correcting a bad situation by not dealing with it.

Showmanship :- A great showman he has an overwhelming vanity with a distorted sense of his own perfection and expects to command importance - feeling that he is superior to everyone.

Secretiveness :- Secretiveness is a defense trait. The writer conceals personal problems without resorting to deception or misrepresentation of facts.

Fear:- The desire and need to change negative traits is common. Fear is at the root of most psychological problems. Self-confidence and self-image are replacements for fear. Fear and inhibition is very common, especially with children and teenagers. Dealing with fear and inhibition in adults is difficult, because they tend to disbelieve that fear and inhibition is at the root of their problems.

• Personality Patterns
• Broadmindedness