Handwriting is unique. Just like fingerprints, it differs from person to person. It is a no-brainer that each one has their way of expressing which is diverse from the others. Not just it, but with time your handwriting changes too. Your brain controls your handwriting and your change in personality over time of your growth has a major role to play here too. While handwritten documents can convey what a person thinks about a person or dimply anything under the sun, the handwriting itself has got a lot to talk about the person and most importantly their health.
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Several studies have already concluded that a person may face changes in their handwriting if they are undergoing some ailment. If there is a change in the style of the signature or just the way they write, they need to introspect or find an expert in helping them decode what their handwriting has to talk about their health.
To dive deeper, let’s understand the Ayurveda way, wherein it defines ‘Je Pindi te Brahmandi’ as the principle found in a jiva or living organism is the same as found in the universe and vice versa. Likewise, whatever is found in the smallest piece has to say a lot about the larger entity that it is a part of. In this case, it is the handwriting that is talking about the Arogya of the person.
Let’s understand the graphology way of knowing what your handwriting has to say about your health. Our handwriting consists of a lot of standing lines, and that has something to say about our posture and backbone-related problems if any. If the standing lines are shaky or wavy, it is hinting towards backbone-related issues.
Likewise, the ink flow has to say about pastocity and how it can be negative or positive in somebody’s case. Pastocity is the way the extra flow of ink on paper by an individual. In that positive pastocity means a person’s liking for music, food, and apparel. People with positive pastocity tend to use a thick pen and are also creative in writing. People with negative pastocity overwrite or scribble on their writing a lot of times. This is triggered by violent or negative graphic movies that one watches and usually likes to stay lonely and in pain. This can impact the mental well-being of the person too.
The squeezing element is wherein a person writes by cramping up letters up close or separating them from each other more than usual or even using disfigured letters. They talk a lot about a person’s health issues as each letter hints at a different ailment.
Varied speed in writing also speaks about a person’s mental equilibrium. If a person writes too fast, they often tend to leave club stroke formation or a sharp slash in their sentence’s ending words. Also known as pen flicks, if someone is using them frequently, it can cause health issues regarding the throat, legs, or lungs. Disfigured letters can cause health problems related to spasticity.
It is suggested that one practices self-examination of their handwriting and practice handwriting exercises with dedicated classes. One can also consult a graphology expert to seek a guided approach to improve their well-being through their handwriting route.
(Author: Sudhir Kove, founder ‘The Logo Guru’)