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Handwriting is Brain writing

Posted on Nov, 2018

Handwriting analysis is a modern form of psychology that identifies personality traits and human character through handwriting.
Personality is how we label people’s behavior and character. In the study of psychology, personality is a sub-category of general psychology. Personality is a cluster of character traits and the corresponding behaviors based on those character traits. Handwriting analysis is the quickest way to accurately discover someone’s true personality out of any formal psychological test on the market today.
Handwriting is accurate because once someone learns to write, the structure of the actual handwriting is handed over to the power of the subconscious mind. Your handwriting changes as your personality evolves or changes as a reaction to life’s many positive and negative events.

The subconscious, or the unconscious, is the place in the mind that controls the autonomic nervous system -- breathing, heartbeat, and the body’s reactions that run automatically -- including the “fight or flight” reactions. Anything that is not in your current “awareness” is said to be stored in this area of your mind.
Handwriting is formed in a specific part of the brain that controls language and writing skills. If people have an injury to that part of the brain, their ability to write and speak will be compromised. Therefore, your individual handwriting is hard-wired into your nervous system. That is why it is very difficult to create a forgery that fools a professional document examiner. The examiner knows what to look for at the microscopic level that identifies the actual author.
When you are a child, a lot of information gets programmed into your mind; and your subconscious mind develops many belief systems and character traits based on this programming. We are often stuck wondering how it can be changed. Why do we crave chocolate or love a certain smell? Have you ever heard a song and instantly triggered memories and emotions from 20 years ago? These cravings and emotions are all programs running inside your subconscious mind. Most of the therapy processes invented in the twentieth century worked from the premise that our past memories and past traumas were unconsciously controlling our present life. Therefore, as an adult, it seems useful to become aware of those past “triggers” and handle them, forgive, re-analyze them, or simply become aware of the event.