Written by S.Sulianah (Handwriting Analyst | Graphologist | Life Coach | Singapore)
Can you decipher the address which was written on the envelope you have received recently from your friend? Legibility is another factor that we should look into the next time you send a letter to someone. You would not want the postman to send your letter to your neighbor's, don’t you?
What does it mean if you have difficulties deciphering what is written on the envelope?
When the person who is writing did not take that into account whether the person reading could read it, what does it tells you? It shows how the writer did not stop for one second and think whether the recipient or in this case the postman is able to see what was written. The writer is not mindful and care about whatever he is saying is understood by the other person.
For consistent handwriting, we could expect that the writer is more open and straightforward. He is who he said he is.
At times, we will encounter with handwriting which appears to be calligraphic and decorative. Elegance. Like how we see in period era movies with curves, long initial strokes and long ending strokes.
This shows how the writer values his worth, excellence and pride. He does things to impress, to appeal and enchant with a tint of pretense.
He has his own impression about his own power that could be contradicting to reality. Obsessing with superiority.
How about the consistency in handwriting between the envelopes and the letter inside?
I have highlighted most of the time in my seminars, regarding the significance of the same formation of writer’s signature and main texts.
When the texts on the envelope is the same as the letter in it, which comprises of the stroke, formation, pressure and all others, it shows how the writer is in harmony with himself. He is who he said he is without the need to hide. We can say that he is comfortable in the world he is in.
And on the other hand, when the writing on envelope is different from the text on the paper, it clearly shows how the writer puts a different identity when he is with others. It is the opposite of the previous trait.
A few years ago, a client had shown me a letter written by their tenant. She asked me is there anything wrong with this tenant of theirs. There were about 3 or 4 letters and all of these letters were so extremely different. It was like written by a different person.
And I asked them, “This tenant of yours does he kept changing his style of talking when he approached you, inconsistent in how he expressed himself?”
They replied, “Yes. Sometimes he is nice, sometimes he raised his voice for no reason and then there are times he looks erratic.”
She and her colleagues were actually quite worried if one day this tenant will do something unpleasant. I responded that it will not be surprising if he will. As long as you are careful in the way you speak to him to not probe anything sensitive that could lead to those possibilities.
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