Just image if you have a secret scanner that would allow seeing inside the enemy’s headquarters and have access to all files, documents and war plan, would the possibility of your winning will be enhanced. We are not at war but if we have this secret scanner to win over hearts. will that not improve the way we communicate to all. So secret scanner is nothing but the Handwriting Analysis (Graphology).
Yes! a lot of personality traits can be depicted from handwriting. Let understand from where the things start. When a lady conceives. The fetus starts developing. Brain development in starts from first trimester itself. The major development takes place between 3 months to 5 months. In this phase, the four lobes that are Frontal, Parietal, Temporal, Occipital are getting developed. These lobes indicate the 5 senses. So whatever mother watches, smells, tastes, hear and feels make the subconscious mind of the child. That is why baby smiles when happy and cry when uncomfortable. In short, there is a link between persons psychological state of mind and his muscular reaction. A neurological reaction is related to specific emotions.
As we are evolving, man has improved on learning about the minds from the body which is known as Body Language. Handwriting is a definite expression of muscular motions which is looked upon as a tool for understanding personality. Handwriting contains all minute specific details of muscles contraction and expansion as a smile of the baby. That is why research scientists state that handwriting can reveal much more than feelings.
A person’s subconscious mind controls the way he writes. The way of writing and strokes in handwriting shows the various aspect of persons subconscious mind. Research scientists have classified neuron-muscular movement tendencies to the specific observable personality traits. Each personality traits is represented by a neurological brain pattern. This inclination of muscular movement reveals body language, thought process. In short, this is the science of neutron analysis.
For any muscle of our body to perform any sort of action, the brain has to send instruction which is in form of electric impulse through the nervous system. Impulse is generated in the brain. It needs to travel to travel all neural path before transmitting to muscle. In any brain, all neural pathways are uniquely connected. That is why handwriting is unique. No two handwriting is similar. the possibility of two writings being identical is one chance in 68 trillion. For writing anything, you need to think, that is thought is created. Thought in form of electric impulse travel whole neural path to reach the connected muscle. Then the muscle will create a jerk and you write on paper. Basically, Handwriting is an expression of small electrical impulses from the brain to the hand.
Handwriting is a reflection of mood changes, characterizing the writer’s state of mind at that moment. Emotional factors dictate the form of the writing stroke. It is possible to determine personal behaviour by studying the mannerisms of formation and spacing within writing. Handwriting matures, grows or disintegrates along with the personality, or with physical changes due to age, health, or tension. Personality development can be studied by examining samples penned at various times through the years. These examples provide a visual history of the development of a life emotionally, physically and mentally.
2) Grapho- therapy
Anthony Robbins had a seminar in 1989 when he began to discuss how our brains learn information. He said that learning is really a function of our brains establishing new “NEURO PATHWAY”. Each time we have the same “experience” a spark of electricity moves along the neuro-pathways thus making the pathway twice as strong. If you have the emotion or experience 100 times, the brain creates 100 micro-strands along that neuropathway. This is how we establish habits. Now, if you have studied any brain biology, you realize this is a simplified metaphor for the complex neural-cortex. However, it is an accurate big picture description.
Anthony Robbins referenced a study at UC Davis using macaque monkeys to establish a connection between repeated physical movement and cellular development. Upon researching this study at UC Davis; he discovered that Dr. Amaral has been the man instrumental in this research. On the website, Dr. Amaral states that “our research program is divided into three major efforts that use neuroanatomical, behavioural, electrophysiological and clinical studies to investigate: (1) organization of memory systems in the mammalian brain, (2) the organization of brain regions that contribute to social behaviour in the macaque monkey and (3) human neuroscience.”
What he found revolutionary about the research is this: Repeatedly moving a macaque monkeys fingers in a slightly different motion path creates a totally new and separate neuro-pathway. A separate neuro-pathway means you have a totally new and different thought or experience. (You are literally building a habit at the cellular level.) The MRI can reveal this exact pathway each and every time the movement occurs. Then, when the scientist forced the monkey to move the same finger in a slightly different motion (as little as a centimetre different), the MRI revealed an entirely new neuro-pathway was forming. According to Mr. Robbins, they did this experiment by taping up the other fingers on the monkey’s hand and giving him an MRI. In plain English this means … moving your fingers actually affects the brain at the cellular level. Now, please don’t misread the above research. Neither Dr. Amaral nor Anthony Robbins is claiming that changing your handwriting can affect your personality. However, if you put the three different fields of study together (neuroscience, NLP, and handwriting), there is a strong biological argument as to why we are getting the results we are getting.
That is why, while doing handwriting analysis when we find inappropriate traits when giving the clients correction in strokes which is known as GRAPHO- THERAPY. If you would like to know more about your handwriting, upload your handwriting at www.nanhagyanfoundation.com
Dr. David G. Amaral, Ph.D (the Director of Research for both the Department of Psychiatry at the University of California at Davis and the M.I.N.D. Institute.