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Large or Small Handwriting?

Hi everyone!

I hope you read the previous blog. If you haven’t, please go back and read it, so that you can join us in learning about your level of concentration!

  I hope you practiced writing small and so on. Did you come to any conclusions about the ‘size’ of your handwriting? I hope you will leave me a comment and let me know!   Here are more samples of large, and small handwriting as well as medium:

If your handwriting falls in the small category, you have the ability to center attention, to the exclusion of other interest (very good concentration).

The standard height of ‘small’ handwriting is one-sixteenth of an inch-very small. This intense concentration will effect all other traits in handwriting.  Got a temper? The intensity of that temper will be greater. 

This writer will stay focused on the project at hand. He can shut out the world and concentrate on his work. This kind of writer will not have a wondering mind.

He will come off as very reserved, quiet, not liking a lot of attention on himself.  You can count on him to do well under pressure, and he will be sure to pay attention to details.

They may seem non-social, and can stay quite busy alone.  So, the very small writer is interesting, a little misunderstood, but usually very focused, and intelligent.

On the other hand…if you have large handwriting, you are a lot more social, and your attentions will be more scattered to many things. Why have one project when you can have 5 going at one time!

This writer likes to be around people, and likes attention. They really need to be appreciated, and loved by other people. They don’t feel comfortable alone.

This person would hate a desk job, he likes to interact with others. These people don’t worry about the small stuff, they just go on to something else. Don’t ignore them-just love them!

Unfortunately, they have scattered energies in all directions, which makes it harder for them to concentrate on one thing at a time. (if you are an emotional person-you will need to ‘waste’ some energy by letting off steam-concentration wouldn’t help here.)

  So the larger writer will have many interests, which can make for an interesting person.

The medium writer I guess you would say, has the best of both worlds in a way. He can give a little more attention,but not intensely.

I hope this has helped you in understanding yourself, and others a little more.  If you have any questions, I will try and answer them if I can.  Leave me a comment of how this has helped you!

Thanks, and God bless! Remember, keep your chin up, and those t-bars higher!  I leave you with Proverbs 22:4  “By humility and the fear of the Lord are riches and honor and life.”  Amen!

-Ann

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Posted by on August 15, 2012 in Handwriting Analysis

 

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How is Your Concentration?

Hello,and welcome back!

  It seems I have been gone so long!  I have been thinking lately about our different levels of concentration.   Concentration,  as in the ability to center attention to the exclusion of other interest. Let me ask you a couple questions.  Do you find yourself very focused on a project, or do you get easily distracted?  Oh I don’t mean just getting too busy to start or finish one.  I mean trying to focus on something, and finding your mind wandering, or easily distracted by the t.v. or another person. Or…maybe you feel your energies are scattered in all directions. What about people who are so intense on concentrating on something, that you want to say HEY look at me! Ha! Sounds like some husbands and wives I know!  But, I won’t go there because we are all different, maybe just a tad misunderstood :)……so, you are wondering, where is she going with this?  I am leading into handwriting of course.  Speaking of handwriting, lets look at some below:

You will notice, that the top sentence of handwriting is larger than the bottom.  Do you recognize your size handwriting, or that of your Spouse, or other family member?  Let’s experiment.  Write a few sentences on lined paper.  Can you tell if your writing is large, medium or small?   Now see how small you can write a sentence.  Did you have to concentrate harder?  Can you imagine yourself writing very small all the time?  Try to write very large, and then medium.  Which one feels more comfortable?   In my next blog I will be explaining what the difference is, in handwriting analysis. So stay tuned!   I leave you with a bit of God’s wisdom from the Bible.   1 Peter 5:5 reads: “God resists the proud, but gives grace to the humble.”   God bless!

-Ann

 
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Posted by on August 14, 2012 in Handwriting Analysis

 

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How are You Thinking? Part 2

Hi! Welcome back!  I hope you have been looking closer at your m’s, n’s and h’s and even your r’s.  In my last blog I described the methodical/cumulative thinker.  Today let’s look at several other thinking patterns:  investigative thinker, analytical thinker, exploratory thinker and the keen comprehensive thinker.  Don’t be surprised if you have two or more ways of thinking.
As for me, I seem to be always investigating facts, and then analyzing everything. So I find myself always thinking, thinking,thinking!  Eeek!  It can drive you crazy-ha!  Sometimes it would be nice if I could just gather known info, and leave it at that.  Instead I have to investigate something for myself (not that I don’t believe you-it’s just my nature),and if that wasn’t enough I start breaking down the info till I have picked it to death! ha!  Sound like you?

If so, you have the inverted “v” format in letters like the m and n.  This indicates an investigative mind. You have to search, and probe for facts, wanting to find out things for yourself!  If someone tells you something is blue, you will look closer-investigating to see if it really is blue.

If you also see a “v” format, you are an analytical thinker.  You will go a step further, and take info you have gained, and sift, weigh, and really evaluate it’s worth.  Breaking down, and analyzing what you have found.

Do you like to search out info in the unknown?  Things that are very far from everyday occurrences? Perhaps you are an exploratory thinker!

Does it seem like you can pick up info out of the air? Do you have a fast mind? Does thinking seem effortless? Can you size up a room full of people rather quickly? Someone may be trying to explain something to you, and you feel like you have already “got it”.  Then you may be a keen comprehensive thinker.  This is shown by the needle-like points seen mostly in the m and n’s. The down fall in this type of thinking, are impressions that are too quick, resulting in quick judgements.  Other mental processes are needed to evaluate info picked up this quick.

In the diagram above you see examples of the different thinking patterns.  No. 1 shows our investigative thinker with some analytical ability.  No. 2 has exploratory thinkingNo. 3 shows a methodical thinker and if we were to add some “v” formations we would have a writer that will build there facts one by one and then analyze what he has found.  No. 4 shows our keen comprehensive writer picking up info rather quickly, but with some investigative inverted “v”s we see he will check on this info a little further, even analyzing some facts (“v” formation).  In the word “Germany” we see a pointed “r” (keen comprehension) and some methodical/cumulative “m”s. He will pick up fast on some info while accumulating others.  How about no. 5, he likes to explore! Try bringing him down to earth!

Soooooo, what methods of thinking do you employ?  How do you attempt to solve a problem?  What is your dominate thinking patterns?  Now, do you see how people could misunderstand each other, and have problems communicating?  Just think…thinking patterns are only one part of our overall personality!

So, remember this; the methodical/cumulative thinker will seem slow, and boring to someone with faster thinking like the keen comprehensive thinker, but be patient.  Our methodical/cumulative thinker just wants facts, not the analytical thinkers break-down of everything!  My husband will ask me about something, and before he knows it, he will get more info than he needs.  Perhaps you see these differences in your relationships.  Please don’t feel like the investigative thinker doesn’t believe you if he wants to dig a little deeper for info.  Be patient with the very analytical thinker, you may need their analytical ability one day.   Be glad the keen comprehensive thinker can understand your jabber with hardly any effort.   Oh, and don’t forget the exploratory thinker who may be your preacher or an astronaut!

So, think happy thoughts!  Have a good day, and write me if you have any questions.  Don’t forget the One who has the highest thinking of all!  Our Father, Lord and Savior!

Isaiah 55:8 & 9 ” For my thoughts are not your thoughts, neither are your ways my ways, saith the Lord. “For as the Heavens are higher than the Earth, so are my ways higher than your ways, and my thoughts than your thoughts.”  Amen

-cool to be blessed

-Ann


 
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Posted by on June 25, 2012 in Handwriting Analysis

 

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How are You Thinking? Part 1

Hi!  Welcome back to my blog  You will notice I didn’t ask “What” are you thinking, but “How”?   In my last blog I left you with some m’s, n’s and r’s to look at.  Did you see any that are common place in your writing?  Well….get your pen and paper ready to write, and let’s see what methods you use to think,and how you attempt to solve a problem!

In School, do you remember how the Teacher had you write?  You were taught to form your letters slowly and carefully.  The tops of your m’s,and n’s, were well-rounded.  The “copybook” style of writing. Some of us have steered away from this style, or just added some ‘points’ to our m’s, n’s, and h’s.  Take a look at the ones below.  Try to copy these:

Did you feel yourself slowly building one hump at a time?  Now, write the word ‘name’ the way you usually write.  If you have more of the ’rounded’ humps in your handwriting, we say you are a ‘cumulative/methodical thinker.  You slowly, but surely think by building one known fact upon another to reach a conclusion.  You may be good at building or making things.  You will notice this is a slower way of writing (thinking), which is why the ‘methodical’ thinker is often misunderstood.  He may be viewed as “slow”.  But, this person’s slow conclusions are usually right.  A flat-topped ‘r’ indicates skill in using hands and feet. He’s creative.

You may be ‘thinking’….” I have more pointed m’s and n’s.”  Or maybe you have ‘v’ or inverted ‘v”s in your m’s, n’s, and h’s.  If so, take a look at the diagram below.

The first one we have already talked about. The ‘cumulative/methodical’ thinker. Match # 1 with # 1 and it says “I want known facts!”.  Match the others to get an idea of what they mean.  In part two, we will take a look at these other mental processes.  In the mean time…..look at your friend, family or coworkers m’s,n’s, and h’s, even r’s.

So…..stay tuned!

Isaiah 26:3 (KJV) “Thou wilt keep him in perfect peace, whose mind is stayed on thee: because he trusteth in thee.”

cool to be blessed!

-Ann

 
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Posted by on June 8, 2012 in Handwriting Analysis

 

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Writing on the Wall….

Hi everyone! Welcome back to the world of handwriting analysis. Sorry I haven’t written lately. Life can keep you busy these days. But, we have to keep plugging away at it! Which brings me to our first set of handwriting samples below:

If you found this handwriting on the “Wall”….you would see ‘ persistence’ in the first ‘t’.  We had talked about how this person will try,try again.   In the second word ‘dog’, you see a tall, and retraced ‘d’ stem. This indicates ‘pride’, and ‘ dignity’. This writer would take pride in his job, and stick to a conformed standard of living. He cares about his personal image!   In the ‘g’, the long down stroke shows ‘determination’– he will finish what he has started–his idea has turned into action!   Let’s look at the ‘t’ in ‘sits’ on the same line.  The ‘t’ cross-bar shows enthusiasm,because of the long length,but also, it is tilted upward showing ‘optimism’–he will look on the good side of things, expecting the best possible outcome of a situation-he is hopeful.

In the next line, it shows a ‘t’ cross-bar that joins with the ‘h’. This shows a writer with ‘fluidity of thought’. He is able to go from one thought or speech to another rapidly, or easily. Next the ‘d’ in ‘dog’ has some sensitivity to criticism, because of the ‘loop’. I talked about this in my last blog. Also, the ‘t’ in ‘sits’ shows ‘willpower’ in the ‘t’ cross-bar,but it is a low bar near the ‘lowercase’ letters, so it shows ‘fear of failure’.

Our third line shows a writer who may ‘procrastinate’ (put off) on achieving his goals. The ‘t’ cross-bar sits on the left side,but doesn’t make it’s way across to the right side.  The ‘d’ in ‘dog’ is a shorter looking ‘d’, it shows that this writer will be ‘independent’ in his thinking, acting as he thinks is best.  Let’s go to the fourth line. This first ‘t’ shows a back lash with the ‘t’ cross-bar. It’s going towards the left in the past,where he blames himself.  In the last ‘t’ you will see a ‘t’ cross-bar that is crossed towards the left (past) and stays there. He is overly effected by past experiences or with self-interest.  If he were to bring the cross-bar back to the right–forward–he would take what he has learned in the past, and use it for today. (see last line for example)

Let’s look at the middle word in the fourth line. The word ‘dog’. It has a ‘tie’ in the lower stroke, just like the one in the ‘t’ stroke. He is ‘persistent’ in action.

Can you tell what the fifth and sixth lines show–despite my messy writing-ha! Try figuring it out from what you have learned.  Well, that’s all folks! 🙂

Here’s some examples to think about until my next blog,  Do you recognize your ‘m’, ‘n’ and ‘r”s??  This will show us ‘the mental processes’ we use to come to a conclusion in our thinking.

We will talk more about this in my next blog!  Until then, remember to cross your ‘t’ higher, and reach for those goals!   cool to be blessed!

-Ann

 
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Posted by on May 23, 2012 in Uncategorized

 

Let’s T-off with the ‘T’ Crossbar!

Hi everyone! Glad you could join me. In my last Blog I talked about the ‘t’ stem. Today, let’s talk about the ‘t’ cross-bar. Here are some examples below:

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You will notice we write our ‘t’ cross-bar in all kinds of ways. The top line shows a ‘t’ cross-bar that is at the top of the stem,and one is floating above. Then, there is a very low ‘t’ cross-bar, next, one that is a bit higher. The last one is a convex (curving outward) ‘t’ cross-bar.

In the next line we have a concave like ‘t’ cross-bar. Beside it, we see that the ‘t’ cross-bar joins with the letter ‘h’  Next, look at the slanted bar and also some with longer ‘t’ cross-bars. In the third line, it shows that the writer came up and crossed his ‘t’ toward the left side and stayed there,where as the next writer brought his ‘t’ cross-bar forward with a tie. Did you notice the next two ‘t’ cross-bars are incomplete? There is a ‘t’ cross-bar on the left side and one on the right. The last ‘t’ cross-bar is even further away.

In the last row of ‘t’ cross-bars, notice how light, or dark the ‘t’ cross-bars are. We will talk more later about the difference in the there weight.

Now, stop-think and look at your own ‘t”s,. Do any of these look like your ‘t’ cross-bars?

So,what do the differences all mean? We will find out, but first let’s address what the ‘t’ cross-bar represents.

In life we are always setting goals. Whether it’s a everyday goal like going to the store to shop, or picking up the kids from school,it’s a goal to be accomplished! What about when you aim higher,like when you feel confident to set a goal to take a class, or exercise. Have you made long-term goals? For instance, going to college, or starting a business. Reaching higher, away from every day goals. Where the ‘t’ cross-bar is placed in relation to the rest of the writing will show the confidence, and the degree of challenge we put in our goals. Let’s take a look at some examples below:

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As you can see, there are ‘t’ cross-bars set at low to high practical goals ( in relation to the rest of the writing) These first two examples show a writer who wants to aim a little higher than everyday “go to the store’ goals. He knows he can do more and has the confidence to do it.

The second set shows a writer who can aim for more challenging distant goals, with even more confidence in there abilities.

The third set shows a writer whose ‘t’ cross-bar seems to be close to the tops of the small letters like ‘e’. This writer may just underestimate themselves, lacking the confidence they need to carry out there goals.

The last ‘t’ cross-bar is very low. It is below the small letters (mundane area). This actually indicates self-abasement. They not only lack confidence,but also feel very low; humiliation, guilt,shame and inferiority. This keeps them from setting goals.

So,though a writer may ‘set’ goals,it still takes ‘will-power’ to make them a reality (also, determination-which we will talk about that later.) Will power is ‘strength of will’-having a clear purpose in mind. This is shown in the ‘weight’ of these ‘t’ cross-bars, like the last line in our first examples of writing. Let’s look at the examples below:

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The first line shows a writer who writes ‘light’, and one who has ‘moderate’ weight and also shown is a ‘ heavy’ writer. We can see the ‘t’ cross-bar is written ‘light’ on all these. This indicates a weak will power, he may not be able to visualize clear goals for himself,not quite grasping an idea or goal.

The second line shows moderate will power. The writer has a clearer picture of his goal in mind.

The third line shows strong will power; he wants it, and wills it!

All these take place in the ‘mind’. But, will these goals be put into action? Determination is needed to carry out their purpose. This is shown in the lower letters like our ‘y”s,’g”s, and ‘j”s. In our example above: the word ‘study’ shows a heavy ‘t’ cross-bar in relation to the rest of the word. Also, a heavy ‘y’ ending that shows ‘determination’. This is ‘the intent to finish a project –go into action–keep trying!

In our first examples of the day, let’s look at a couple of the ‘t’ cross-bars that were shown. Example:

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In the first example, this writer’s convex ‘t’ cross-bar shows he is exercising his will to control something. An impulse,emotion or desire.

Our second example shows that the writer uses a ‘tie-loop’ with his ‘t’ cross-bar. This indicates ‘persistence’–he will try, try again. We will look at the others next time.

If you have any questions about the others, now, let me know. I hope this info has not only been interesting, but helpful to you. Sorry it was so long. Take care and many blessings!!

– Ann

 
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Posted by on May 7, 2012 in Uncategorized

 

What’s in Your Handwriting…

Hi everyone!  Today, I want to talk about the letter ‘t’. There is so much revealed in just this one letter. But, we will look at only a couple traits. They are ‘sensitivity to criticism’ and ‘dignity’. Also, we will inject a little about pride and independent thinking. Lets get started!

The first ‘t’ shows a person with a retraced ‘t’ stem. This indicates a sense of dignity. He conforms to a code of conduct he values and feels a sense of worth because of it. He is conscious of his personal image.

The second ‘t’ shows a person with a ‘loop’ on their ‘t’ stem. This indicates ‘sensitivity to criticism’. He imagines criticism and is ready to be hurt or slighted in some way. Because this is the letter ‘t’, his sensitivity is in his conduct or accomplishments. If you add a taller ‘t’ stem it would reveal the trait “pride” as well. He wants others approval, but feels and fears disapproval.  If the ‘t’ stem is shorter, this reveals that even though he is sensitive to criticism rather it’s real or imagined, he will act independently (deciding what he feels is best).

A writers ‘purpose’ can actually be lost in his sensitivity as in the latter ‘t”s.

Another letter that reveals these traits is in the letter ‘d’  This is seen in the example above. (looped ‘d”s show sensitivity in the writer himself and his everyday ideas). Remember, there are many other ‘traits’ not only revealed in the letter ‘t’, but in other letters. So, after adding these traits up (evaluating), along with the handwriting ‘slant’, ‘depth of writing(dark or light) and many other things, we start to put together a ‘personality profile’. Remember, ‘loops’ show different kinds of imagination depending on where you find it in the handwriting.  Soooooo have you noticed these traits in your handwriting or others???

Can you spot any of the traits we just talked about in this example of handwriting? Let me know.:)  If you have any questions about what we talked about today let me know. I will try and answer them to the best of my ability!  Thanks for joining me guys!  God Bless!

~Ann

Proverbs 3:5,6 “Trust in the Lord with all thine heart;and lean not unto thine own understanding. In all thy ways acknowledge Him, and He shall direct thy paths.”

 
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Posted by on April 30, 2012 in Handwriting Analysis

 

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