Your Handwriting ll

My postings about handwriting are not to turn anyone into an overnight graphologist…rather they are to bring attention to the amount of control our subconscious minds have over our everyday lives.  Your handwriting will change over time and sometimes by the day, it’s all based on our current state.  It’s important to understand how the subconscious mind operates, to proactively live your life as opposed to reacting to it.  Too often we find ourselves in the midst of a situation asking,”How did I get here?”  and “How do I get out of this one?”

Our subconscious minds run, arguably, around 90% of our daily operations.  For example, have you ever been driving to a routine destination and once you get there you don’t remember the trip, or pass an exit while deep in thought about an issue?  You  were on auto-pilot, your subconscious was driving while you were off in wonderland.  So how do we train our subconscious to aid in making our lives better?  The same way we trained it to make our lives what they are now…repitition.  Where we operate in our lives now is a direct result of what we’ve trained our minds to accept as ‘normal’.  So, we are actually succesful in what we’ve conditioned and trained ourselves to be. So, if you’ve ever tried changing something about yourself but found that it just didn’t work, consider that 10% of your mind is fighting with the 90%…who do you think is going to win?

What does all of this have to do with handwriting?  Our handwriting is merely a manifestation of our feelings on paper.  It ultimately doesn’t matter what is written, you can tell how a person really feels by how they write.  Because our handwriting is controlled by our subconscious we can consciously change our handwriting to affect changes in our behavior…I swear by this! No, it doesn’t happen overnight…it has to be exercised repeatedly.  Each time you consciously remind yourself of why you’re writing differently it’s suggesting to your subconscious that it has to change… until it becomes automatic!

Here are some tips for change: (By the way Physical in my writings means extrovert and Emotional means introvert)

I would like to be more out going and extroverted (Want to be more of a Physical) : If your writing is small and leans to the left or straight up and down, write larger and lean your words more to the right. If your writing already fits this pattern, exaggerate it even more always keeping in mind why you’re doing it.

I would like to be less dramatic and take the time to think before I speak (Want to become more of an Emotional):  Your writing is probably huge! Make a point to write smaller and sign your name smaller as well.  Keeping in mind why you’re doing it each time.

I would like to feel more optimistic: When you write, slant all of your sentences upward…keeping in mind each time, why you’re doing it.

I am horrible with time management:  Make sure that your margins on each side of the page are equally spaced…keeping in mind why you’re doing it each time.

I know there will be detractors to this concept as there were the last time, but I encourage you to try this if for no other reason…you’ve been trying everything else, why not try something different to get different results!

So, let me say that of course, of course, of course…this doesn’t solve all of your life’s problems, it may not even work for some people.  Again my point here is to bring awareness to how we are reactive to life as opposed to proactive and this is what causes many of our life’s issues.  You will encounter a lot less stress in your life approaching from this angle.  It’s not that issues will not come to you…I promise they will but, isn’t driving a lot easier …now that you know how to drive?

T. Scott

– Dehypnotize


28 responses to “Your Handwriting ll

  1. This scares me a little but I can definitely agree with this. I tend to write small and slanted and when I feel annoyed or a upset about a particulat situation I tend to write sloppy and big! Great post.

    • Very interesting. I have found that in one letter, I will tend to write left, right, straight up and down big and small. I was told that my writing can be not legible at times…….strange. I wonder what that says about me? 🙂

  2. I love the proactive thing in this post 🙂 I’m writing in a few minutes, and will do it for optimism so my slant sentences are about to begin! haha.. thanks for sharing 🙂

  3. Or you drive straight through a traffic light, and ten seconds later, you can’t remember if it was red or green. That always freaks me out.

    Great analogy, though. I’m always amazed at how trainable our minds and bodies are.

  4. I actually enjoy writing and I keep a journal and it’s funny reading the different ways of writing and what they can signify because I notice the changes when I’m writing. My writing tends to change with the way I’m feeling at the time.

    I enjoyed this post. Thanks!

  5. Thanks for visiting my blog! I had no idea you ran this intriguing site. I have journaled for years and seen all sorts of changes in my writing; I also write all poetry first by hand, and can track that as well.

    I am manic-depressive as well; my therapist and I look at my poetry handbook from time to time and talk about things you have mentioned. And although my handwriting leans to the right, I very much act from the emotional… hmmm. I’m also somewhat ambidextrous; could this be a factor? (Pianist/singer, used to eating left-handed, solid bass lines on keyboard!)

    Thanks so much, Amy

    • Thank you so much for your comment… I would say one thing to you that your therapist is probably saying as well…don’t claim to be anything negative. Speak positivity into your situation always!! so if someone says you’re depressed…even if you are tell yourself that you’re not…simply put…you are what you say that you are….thanks again for stopping by!!!

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  7. Interesting piece on handwriting. My script slants to the left – but I hardly ever write these days 🙂

    And about auto-pilot – lol
    i am always on auto -pilot. in the morning when I go to work i just whiz by on my bike enjoying the scenery of the ocean.
    and if for any reason (on those random days) when one of my siblings asks for a ride i ask them to hop on the back but most of the time taking them straight to my workplace instead of theirs – realizing much later i wasn’t thinking of where i was going 🙂

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