Is Your Handwriting's Baseline Rising, Declining or Rigid?
A consistent long-term declining baseline could be an indication of depression or illness. Practice writing with either a rising or straight baseline. Programmed your mind back to positivity and you will see the difference in how you deal with your daily obstacles.
On the other hand, when you have been writing with a rising baseline, keep it up. This indicates your optimistic perspective on challenges which you will be facing and most of the time can expect that you will be more motivated to work on your goals and waking up in the morning. However, everything needs to be done in moderation. An extreme rising baseline would be on another spectrum that is being impulsive and impatience which means it could be in your decision-making like buying things without thinking, deciding to get attached to someone for other reasons that might not be even yours or even do anything without thorough thinking and then regretting it later.
Writing on a straight baseline which is as long as not rigid like you are writing on a ruler is also one of the positive traits that you could improve towards to. You can observe those who wrote with the straight baseline angle without any ups and downs are more calm in nature. They will respond to obstacles or stressed situations in less emotional way especially if it complements with upright slants. They are more reliable. Like I had mentioned earlier, as long as it is not rigid. If this is the case, it could mean that the person is less flexible, perfectionist (which is actually not a trait that one can be proud of) and self-controlled which could caused any instability within themselves.
You can improve on any handwriting traits by practicing with Graphotherapy technique. This method is to improve handwriting strokes, pressure and any other areas to improve your personality. Your personality is a construct that consists of the permanent, and the temporary traits in which can be changed if you set your mind to it.
Check out my upcoming podcast which will be available soon by 15 April 2021 where I will share more about baselines in handwriting based on true stories. I will share with you on how it can be applied in your handwriting and how to observe the changes on the areas that you can noticed the differences. This true story includes on how by accident I had analysed the handwriting of this guy I went out with about 15 years ago, which was a funny story when he quickly changed his baseline direction right after I told him my analysis. Well, I hope he is not writing like that anymore.
Written by: S.Sulianah
Graphologist | Handwriting Analyst | Personality Development Life Coach | Self-Esteem Development Coach | Grapholistic International Singapore
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Which of these 3 Engineer(s) Will You Select to Manage Your Projects? --- A Long-term Analysis in a Corporate Setting
By S.Sulianah | Certified Handwriting Analyst and Self-Esteem Personal Coach
As of to date, the employee who wrote Handwriting A has about ten years of work experience; Handwriting B has about 18 years; and Handwriting C’s about 21 years work experience.
I was studying these three handwriting.
In this article, the question is:
Who would you assign your company’s projects to? And what are the criteria before selecting which of these engineers to manage your project?
CRITERIA OF A PROJECT IN CHARGE
When handwriting were analysed, I had applied the basic technical concept such as handwriting zones, pressure, directions and handwriting were consistent throughout the period of observation. To understand the basic technicalities, please refer to the seminar HR Struggles and Solutions to Recruiting the Right Employee.
FINDINGS AND ANALYSIS
1. Observe the handwriting in an aerial perspective. Which of these handwriting is consistent in terms of slants, pressure and direction?
As an employer or advisor to the Director, I would select Handwriting of Engineers A and B. They have the consistency throughout the handwriting, in particularly slants. They are predictable and will be consistent in their performance. I know I can rely on them to start and complete the projects.
How about Engineer C? Would I rely on him to run and complete the projects? Based on his handwriting, No. How about based on my in-person observation? My answer is still the same. My long-term observation of Engineer C being at site and working with the clients and co-workers support my analysis. In a sentence, there is a variation of slants, left, upward and right.
He finds it challenging to decide who to believe, what to decide and who to support. He is fighting within himself and that put himself in an indecisive position. Whenever someone tells him something, he agrees to him and then he will switch back again and again when he speaks to another person, without particularly focusing on his personal perspective of the situation. Unpredictable mood and thoughts.
2. Illegibility in handwriting and possibilities of manipulating. Can I read the handwriting? Engineer A and B, Yes. But C, No.
Are you able to decipher which is ‘a’, ‘o’, ‘h’ for Engineer C's? I have to read the whole sentence to guess the word he is writing. And how is this employee, Engineer C, in person? Why wouldn’t I rely on this guy even though in person, he could be better in his technical knowledge compared to Engineer B?
Engineer C has a good understanding in understanding the technical knowledge of the projects in the company such as how one equipment works. The downside of Engineer C is he is smart in manipulating situations, changing his words and stories that fit who he is talking to. If he speaks to the boss, he will change his words to suit what he wants with the boss, and then uses it with his manager, twist it well to fit what he needs. And when there are any conflicts, the argument will be between the boss and his manager, not him. And he will make sure that no one can read what he is thinking. In addition, Engineer C also has actual cases of manipulating data and readings at site, but he managed to twist the story and changed the blame to someone else's. So, would you trust Engineer C with the projects in hand?
3. Who out of the three engineers will read, understand the project scope and communicate it to the technical team who works under him and the clients? I will select Engineer A as my first choice. However, if A is not available, I will select Engineer B but not C.
Engineer A spends his time meticulously reading and understanding project scopes, and able to explain the technicalities of the project as in-depth as possible including the ins and outs. In comparison to Engineer B and C, Whenever there are conflicts regarding project scopes which clients, Engineer A normally will be able to defend factually based on the data and proposal. While Engineer B and C will often heat up the situations triggering clients to complain to the management.
4. Of these three engineers, who is able to decide logically? Observe the directions of the slants.
If I want a project in charge to decide based on facts and data without being influenced by his feelings, I will rely on Engineer A.
If I would like to make sure someone can manage the employees and have empathy to the staff under them, I will choose Engineer B. However, if I want someone who doesn’t slash the employees with harsh words and able to manage his temper, I will still select Engineer A. There are signs of frustrations, bitterness and sarcasm in Engineer B’s handwriting which is also evident in person.
Engineer C is more adaptive to who he speaks to which will be a plus point, however, because he is unpredictable and couldn't decide which could and had caused conflicts and misunderstanding, I would say as an employer and manager, I will avoid selecting Engineer C.
WHO WOULD I SELECT TO RUN MY COMPANY’S PROJECT?
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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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Written by S.Sulianah (Handwriting Analyst | Graphologist | Life Coach | Singapore)
Our psychological structure can be expressed through the layout and space in our handwriting. What we mean by psychological structure here are our behavior, how we socialize, the way we think and feel, and our entire personality construct.
Today, let us look into how we normally write addresses on envelopes.
Many of us might have not written to someone a letter as often as we used to. But that does not mean you have not done at least once in your lifetime.
Basically, it doesn’t matter the size or the shape of the envelope, technically we were taught at school to write on the center of the envelope. Why? Because generally, writing in the center looks more organised, and more formal.
And well in graphology, it does tell us the same thing. It tells us about how the writer is specific in measuring the exact placement of the recipient’s address in order to be accurate in its measurement of margin and space.
How the first impression looks of the letter is essential to him. And he wants to be perceived as someone who is meticulous.
Although we were taught to write like this in school, you must wonder why each one of us ended up writing everywhere but the center.
In science of handwriting analysis, that is what it is. That is how your mind works and therefore automatically or another word for this is subconsciously reflected on your handwriting.
Let us understand what it means when we write the recipient’s address nearer to the top section of the envelope.
It is similar to the concept of writing on the upper zone area in the basics of studying handwriting.
So, what does this tells you about the writer?
This normally defines how the writer focuses on his or her tendency to look into matters more philosophically. In which this means prioritizing high value on the more complex forms of the knowledge they are researching into. We can also expect the writer to decide logically without being influenced by her feelings or emotions.
Another style is when the writer placed it nearer to the bottom section of the envelope. We can expect that this writer is looking more into the practical aspect of the things she does and decides. She is interested in the outcome, the practical instead of talk and talk about how fantastic it will turn out.
If you have read the article which I wrote Would You Recruit Her? She Writes Near to The Left Margin with Wide Right Margin, explaining the location of where you place the texts on the paper signifies how one look into the past and future, you will understand this next example.
The left part of the paper or anything you write on is normally referred to as the past, while the right side of it is the future.
When you see that the address is written on the left side of the paper, remember what it means? It has something to do with the writer’s past.
It tells us about how the past is clouding the writer’s decision. We can expect that the she might have resistance to tell her opinions worried on what she had done or wanted to do.
Sometimes the fear could be about failing, successful, being judged and anything related to their past. However, on the other hand, because she is cautious, it could be observed that she is gracious and polite before expressing their views.
And what about the ones who write the address on the right side of the envelope?
This writer is more comfortable to mingle when they are mixed into a new crowd. We can expect that she is confident to talk to someone she meets for the first time.
Other than that, remember the right and left connection with the past and future.
So, what can we expect from this writer regarding her view on her what is waiting for her next?
Yes, you are right.
She looks forward for what is there ready for her.
Whenever we observed any of these types of handwriting on the next envelope your received from your pen pals, friends or family members, learn to observe and understand the science of it.
Please do not start to pinpoint “Hey you are this or that” to them. That is not how studying handwriting works. Learn by finding out more not solely by the envelopes. Study also the letters and consistency of their handwriting every time they send one. You will learn more when you are interested.
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The consistency of the relationship between self-esteem and fears traits that complement each other is yet to be researched. The healthy self-esteem trait leading to optimism and overcoming fear of exploring opportunities; with the trait on limitation in self-esteem that coincide with fear to try opportunities of tomorrows to achieve goals.
From the compilation of 80 handwriting samples, I noticed the consistency of these traits complementing each other. These handwriting samples were extracted from a hundred over handwritings of undergraduates and working adults from social and educational events.
85% of the handwritings samples shows a high t-bar placement which typically signifies healthy or high self-esteem on the other hand showing other supporting traits that these individuals managed to overcome their past experiences and fears. They tend to look forward to what their future has available for them. This can be seen by their moderate spacing on their right margins. Other supporting handwriting traits signifying the above will not be highlighted in this article.
On the other hand, about 95% of the samples had shown low t-bars placement which identifies low/moderate self-esteem. This is in addition to the large space left on the right margin. The analysis shows that the individuals seems to be afraid of trying, or cautious before heading on to the possibilities that are there for them. The left slanted writing that seems to be pulling the letters away from the right supports the explanations. This is an interesting pattern that reflects how an individual is trying to encourage himself to try to move forward but was hold off due to the inhibiting fears, external influences or other factors affecting his decisions. This can be seen by how the slants are constantly pulling towards the left away from the lower baselines where it is supposed to head.
This research is yet to be explored in terms of practical aspects of the outcome. Even though Individuals were analysed and the results of analysis were confirmed to be accurate by them personally, its real life observations is yet to be explained.
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Claws in lower loops in 'y' 'j' and 'g' are one of the unusual traits found in handwriting. So far, I had only encountered two individuals with this trait. This trait is known to indicate that the individual feels that deep in him, he does not deserve anything good to happen. He will mess up with things that happen in his life. He could have experienced some disappointments moments in his life and some matters that are yet to be settled that leads to lower self-confidence and fear of failure. Just deal with this kind of person with patience and cautions. On the other hand, I observed that during our analysis moments, one of the individuals with this trait tend to hold his partner close to him throughout the time.Whenever she moved away, he held her back to him.
How it works? You must be wondering whether handwriting analysis really tells us about anyone’s personality.
Well, not to stiffly bore you with the 100 years of handwriting analysis history, accentuating the endless reputable analysis by graphologists, I decided to digress.
I figured out from my personal observation that whatever we feel and think, are unconsciously portrayed through our actions. Simply, if we dislike someone, we will distant ourselves from him or her. That literally explains how handwriting analysis works. Our character --> our behavior --> reflected in handwriting.
Let’s look at how the science of handwriting analysis sync with our behavior in daily life.
The following handwriting is someone who is a fast thinker,impatient and usually in a hurry. Look at the top pointy strikes on the letters m, n and r. The association on the way it is written, that is swiftness in writing speed sync with the writer’s behavior in handling situations.
Check out on your bosses’ handwritings. Most of them possess this type of writings. Observe how they handle situations. You should find the similarities. Believe me…you will.
On the other hand, if you see flat and round top on those letters as follows..then, please be ready with all the facts in your argument before you enter your boss’ room. Your boss possessing this stroke is more methodical and procedural.He wants evidences and figures.
How it syncs with life? Just imagine this...you will need more effort and time to write like this - extending the top of the ‘m’, before the last stroke reach the base. This explains, you need time to collate any facts to support your thoughts before making decisions.
Solely figuring out the individual strokes to conclude about your personality is inadequate and ineffective. To implement this science accurately,handwriting needs to be analyzed as a whole. The best results to identify our strengths and weaknesses, and areas to improve require combining all handwriting traits for analysis.