HANDWRITING IS MORE THAN A CHILDS PLAY

 

Raise your child’s grades, levels of confidence and self-esteem, discover their hidden talents; improve positive skills, power of concentration and memory. Understand better and help shy/emotionally disturbed/ difficult children and do much more … through Handwriting. Sounds hard to believe but it is true. But you can do all these and more.

How much do you really know about your children? Do you at times wonder why are they so difficult to deal with? Do you ever wish you could know their deeper feelings and desires, their moods and silences, which can often be disturbing to you, to say the least? To understand their attitudes, character and psychological make-up and to help them improve in all aspects is easier than you think, through Graphology (the study of handwriting and handwriting analysis). A single page of a child’s handwriting can tell the Graphologist volumes about the child’s personality, character, fears, frustrations, etc, even without a personal encounter.

WHAT IS GRAPHOLOGY?

Graphology is a science, which deals with handwriting analysis. Handwriting is the psychological imprint of a person on paper. It is as unique as a fingerprint. No two handwriting samples are alike. Applied Graphology is a science wherein handwriting reveals character; where handwriting rewrites character. Handwriting Analysis combined with traditional training in handwriting can make subtle yet powerful shifts in the child’s mind, resulting in better attitude, better behavior and performance both at home and at school.

Research conducted at the University of California Los Angeles (UCLA) in 1991, on the actual movements of the hand and it’s relationship to the stimulation of the brain, has successfully established a link between hand and brain. It has been ascertained that by changing handwriting one could change one’s attitude and personality.

Most of the beliefs, values and habit patterns that are the basis of long-term success or failure, seem to take a concrete shape between 7-14 years of growing children.

In this process, parents will be able to monitor and guide their children better, and give the right direction to the amazing potential all children possess. Your child will no longer be an unfathomable mystery to you! You will know and understand how he or she thinks and reacts, and you will know best how to deal with them.

Basic tips on how to improve your handwriting: (A few practical points that can make a lot of difference).

1.You must have good lighting.

2.You must be sitting comfortably.

3.The surface that you put your paper on is important too.

4.Your arm needs to be able to move freely if it is to work at its best.

5.You need to be relaxed.

6.Lines. Well spaced, even lines of writing create an immediate impression of clarity and legibility.

7.The way you hold your pen will affect the letters that you write, there is no correct method of holding pen so hold the pen in the way you’re most comfortable.

There are certain ways to improve your personal characteristics through your handwriting. Following tips applicable to children as well adults

• If you want to be expressive, make sure that your right margins align all down the page.

• To develop your confidence cross your t-bars above the stem.

• Letters should be equally spaced in the words and lines to improve social life.

• Always write upright or sloping (slanting) towards right to improve memory.

• Apply medium pressure to improve your concentration power, avoid light and heavy pressure in your handwriting.

• If you want to develop leadership qualities let the first letter in your signature dominate others.

Write everyday a full page of handwriting. You cannot go wrong if you “write” right!


 
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