Handwriting analysis: understanding people and their hidden feelings

How to understand people

If you are interested in understanding people, handwriting analysis is one of the most fascinating hobbies you could ever cultivate. It will lift your understanding of people to a whole new level.

We’ve all come across people who hide behind a facade of pretense and whose real personalities are completely camouflaged. With handwriting analysis you can remove the mask in minutes.

Family members, friends, competitors and even rivals will be easier to understand. Not only will it help you to understand the people nearest and dearest to you, you will also be able to see into the characters of those not so dear to you!

When you study someone’s handwriting you are not only looking at the written page.  You are delving into a real live person’s feelings, motives and behaviour.

That is why handwriting analysis is so fascinating.  The material is so interesting.

You can collect the handwriting samples of the rich and famous, of historical characters or of your own ancestors.  From their handwritings alone you’ll be able to discover so much about them as real people that it will amaze you.

You can examine the handwritings of presidents, royalty, politicians and film stars to  see what really drove them to achieve. The possibilities are endless.

It gives you a whole new understanding of all kinds of people. And of course there’s the huge plus of getting to know yourself too.  But that is a whole book in itself. Which incidentally, you can check out here:

How to Find the Real You – Self-Discovery in handwriting.

 

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