Independent Spirits as seen in Handwriting

One of the first things that you can see in handwriting is an independence of spirit. Let me give you a few examples.

Freud stands out as one of the most notable independent spirits of the 20th century. So much so that he single-handedly changed the attitudes and outlook of the last century.

The influence of his revolutionary theories affected every aspect of society from relationships and morality to literature, psychology and religion. Even today we are still affected by the backlash of the moral tsunami that he set in motion.

You may agree with his theories or not but you have to agree about one thing.  Freud was a fearless thinker. And he certainly suffered criticism from the slings and arrows of outraged opinion in his day.

Now you only have to look at his handwriting to see the extent of his fearless thinking in action. In an article that I wrote about the personalities of Freud and Jung you can see an illustration of his unruly handwriting. I have described how his turbulent handwriting reflects his equally turbulent personality.  You may wish to take a look.

Picasso too was famous for his independence and eccentric outlook.  More about his handwriting and independence of spirit in a future posting.

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