Being the Life of the Party can come about in many ways and one way is to have fun with handwriting analysis.
Handwriting analysis has been around for quite some time and has become quite a science now a days. (It fact is often referred to as graphology.) It can also be quite in-depth, but it doesn't have to be.
By learning a few basics, you can look at someone's writing and tell a lot about the character of that person.
For example, is the writing small or large, straight, wavy or slanted?
Are the "T's" crossed properly?
Is the person applying a lot of pressure when he writes?
Is the handwriting enjoyable to look at, or is it something that looks atrocious?
By understanding some simple concepts, you can have a lot of fun interpreting handwriting styles and explaining how the writing reveals much about the person's character strengths or character traits.
Now sit back for a minute and picture yourself at your next dinner party. You ask someone to write a sentence or two and then you take it, study it for a minute, and then draw a few conclusions about what you see and how the writing relates to the character of the writer.
You'll be amazed at how many times the writer will agree with your conclusions, but if for some reason he doesn't, you'll still get a lot of laughs and isn't that what you want?
People really enjoy learning about what their handwriting means, but if they only knew the science behind it, they wouldn't be so surprised.
But if you, the life of the party, understand the basic theories behind handwriting analysis and apply a few common sense things, you can be well on your way to both impressing and entertaining those around you.
To learn these basics please get this handwriting analysis book entitled Handwriting Analysis Fun - Exposing One's True Character Through Writing.
Table of Contents
How To Use This eBook To Be The Life of the Party
- A Brief History of the Study of Handwriting
- A Brief Overview of Graphology
- A Brief Overview of the Development of One's Handwriting
- Starting a Handwriting Analysis
- Ending a Handwriting Analysis
- The Nuts and Bolts of Handwriting Analysis
- Handwriting Indicators - Pressure in Handwriting
- The Meaning of Heavy Pressure
- The Meaning of Light Pressure
- The Meaning of Medium Pressure
- The Meaning of Displaced Pressure
- The Meaning of Pasty Pressure
- The Meaning of Uneven and Wavering Pressure
- Handwriting Indicators - The Base Line
- Handwriting Indicators - Regularity in Writing
- The Meaning of Irregularity in Writing
- Handwriting Indicators - The Meaning of Slant in Writing
- The Meaning of Rightward Slant
- The Meaning of Vertical Slant
- The Meaning of Leftward Slant
- The Meaning of Continual Changing Slant
- Handwriting Indicators - Tempo and Speed
- Handwriting Indicators - The Three Zones of Writing
- Handwriting Indicators - Margins
- Handwriting Indicators - Line Spacing
- Handwriting Indicators - Word Spacing
- Handwriting Styles
- Handwriting Styles - Connections
- The Meaning of Connected Writing
- The Meaning of Mixed Connections
- The Meaning of Disconnections
- Handwriting Styles - Connection Types
- The Meaning of Garland Connections
- The Meaning of Arcade Connections
- The Meaning of Angular Connections
- The Meaning of Thread-Like Connections
- Handwriting Styles - Small Letters
- Handwriting Styles - Capitals
- Handwriting Traits: The Meaning of the Personal Pronoun "I"
- Handwriting Traits: The Meaning of I-Dots and T-Bars
- The Meaning of the Initial or Ending Stroke
- Summary of Invariable Handwriting Traits
- Going Forward