Handwriting is important. From the earliest times, the stamp of individuality it provides has been considered of great significance.
We place much value on a signed portrait, an autographed book or a signed work of art. A manuscript, although the words printed from it are identical, is a treasured document; in business time is taken to sign hundreds of letters by hand; a politician places his signature as well as his picture on his campaign advertising; social letters must be handwritten. Why? Because, subconsciously, we all realize that there is a part of the writer himself in the way he writes. As her features are distinctive – his writing is his alone.
The trained Graphoanalyst sees in a written page the real portrait of a person. The Graphoanalyst can read what the writer says and he can also determine in the writing how he thinks… what he is. No wonder that for generations scholars have sought to explore the secrets of handwriting.
To know oneself is to be able to use one’s capabilities to the best of advantage. To know others is to understand them and to be able to work with them.
Many heartaches could be avoided if one person understood another. Many marriages could be saved, vocational situations improved, and social and psychological problems handled more intelligently. Many a child would develop to his or her full potentialities if they were completely understood and carefully guided.
Graphoanalysis is as dedicated to human understanding and happiness as the medical profession is dedicated to physical health. It is a sacred trust.