Handwriting Analysis


 A scientific study and analysis of handwriting, especially of a person's personality is called Graphology.

  • It may open windows to numerous unexplored areas for anyone interested in practising this skill.
  • It is an exciting and benificial key to unlocking the potential within you.
  • Handwritting must be studied, taking into consideration the formation of letters, words and lines.
  • Since some people write differently at different times, their analysis also differs at those times.
  • No two handwritting are identical.
  • As a self-awareness and an improvement tool, graphology is probably the fastest way one can learn about another's personality and behaviour with great accuracy.

For example let's talk about slant factors:

  • A slant denotes the writer's emotional direction and degree of emotional control.
  • Generally, a right-slanted writer leans towards the future, friendship, compliance and extroversion, while a left-slanted one leans back to the past and away from people, toward introversion and self, having more time and energy for creative pursuits.

 Moderate Right Slant:

  • Communicative.
  • Extrovert.
  • Warm, Affectionate and amicable.
  • Sensitive, compassionate and sympathetic.
  • Further orientation.
  • Gregarious.
  • Somewhat impulsive.
  • Expressive.
  • Courageous.
  • Zestful.

Moderate Left Slant:

  • Reflective, Withdrawn  and independent.
  • Non-sympethetic, non-compasionate, unaffectionate, insensitive and unfriendly.
  • Shy, inhibited, non-communicative.
  • Introvert.
  • Depressed, fearful, anxious.
  • Chossy about materials and things concerning self.


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