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What Your Appearance Says

One's facial formations and body gestures are very telltale. Eyes: How much people open or close their eyes while talking to you is an indication of how much they are revealing of what is on their ..
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What Your Body Language Signals

Why we make the gestures that we do with our bodies, is directly caused by our state of mind at that particular point in time and place. The following is an alphabetized list of the traits we ..
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What Your Favorite Color Signifies

Psychoanalysts relate that the color a person most favors, reveals moods and mood swings. They suggest that the very colors themselves have a direct effect on our state of mind. Beige: A tannish ..
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What Your Driving Discloses

Many psychoanalysts and probably the multitude of drivers state that the automobile in the driver's hands is an extension of their self. Let's see to what extent. Above The Speed Limit: When you ..
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Dogs - Man's Best Friend

Man's best friend, dogs come in all shapes and sizes, as do their masters. They are overly stereotyped. Your favorite canine will impress others that you possess the following traits-though it most ..
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Change Your Handwriting, Change Your Life?

Several graphologists theorized, if you can study someone's handwriting and deduce ideas about his character, why can't you reverse the process? By modifying his handwriting, perhaps you can modify ..
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Graphology at Home - Lesson 6 - Sexuality

Sexuality, of course, plays an important role in our lives. The zone that represents it is the lower zone, and the letter that reveals its quality most effectively is the letter g. Though the ..
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What Your Address Book Shows

The type of address book that you purchase and the way in which you keep it discloses your relationship with others. Cheap address book: Besides their being inexpensive, they're actually quite ..
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What the Place, Time and How You Eat Betray

All Day Long: Although actually full, you feel the need to give just a little bit more to yourself. Essentially feeding your lack of self assuredness. Anorexic: Taught not to give in to basic ..
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What Your Gratuity Substantiates

Your gift to someone, how you thought about them-if at all- tells about you. As an example, jewelry is an “easy" gift for a man to give to a woman. Clothing have more intimate overtones. ..
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What Your Type of Handbag Uncovers

What you take along with you-just in case you might need them-and in what type of handbag you place them can be quite self descriptive. Activity Handbag: Taking with you lots of reading material and .
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Graphology at Home - Lesson 3 - The Zones

The authoritative Swiss graphologist Max Pulver (1889-1952) composed the chart below, showing many of the points discussed in the previous chapter. But in addition to demonstrating slant, it also ..
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Graphology at Home - Lesson 4 - The "t" Bar

To the graphologist, the two most important letters for analysis are the small t and the letter i. In this chapter, you will find virtually every possible kind of t bar. Any other t bar you may come .
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Graphology at Home - Lesson 5 - The 'i' Dot

When the capital letter I-the ego-is written huge, this is the image the writer has of himself. Surely he is extremely egocentric, a megalomaniac. A block letter shows culture, someone who reads. ..
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Graphology at Home-Lesson 15-Your Signature

The signature gives graphologists a great deal of information, much more than any other part of a subject's handwriting. The signature is the ego, but it goes beyond this point. The body of the ..
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Graphology at Home-Lesson 16-Your Health

Handwriting analysis can often be useful in detecting malfunctions in the body, for there are telltale signs in the ailing person's writing. We know today that although the conscious mind of an ..
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Graphology at Home-Lesson 19-Know Anyone Instantly

How Do You Cross Your ‘t's and Dot Your ‘i's? 1 cross evenly balanced= attention to details 2 cross to right= quick, aggressive 3 cross and dot to left= conflict with father's ideals or ..
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Graphology at Home-Lesson 14-the Letters S-Z

S Imagine the letter s that resembles the dollar sign; we know that money is on the writer's mind. For the letter T, please see Chapter 4. U The very nature of the letter u is a garland, which ..
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Graphology at Home - Lesson 14 - The Letter A

Each sign in an analysis has meaning, but is reliable only as one aspect of the total analysis. So although the following letters are strong indicators by themselves, they cannot be regarded as proof .
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Graphology at Home - Lesson 14 - The Letters B and C

B Picture the bottom arc of the letter ‘B’ inflated. Inflation shows vanity. In addition, the underlength extends past the body of the letter itself out to the left. This writer puts ..
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Graphology at Home - Lesson 14 - The Letters D and E

D Imagine the letter written in two parts. We see the individual standing alone. Since this letter (D) is normally made of connected lines, this technique of writing shows a deficiency in adjusting ..
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Graphology at Home-Lesson 14 - the Letters F and H

F Imagine wavy lines (in the capital F), as we learned from the t bar, wavy lines indicate gaiety, a sense of fun, often the practical joker. When the top stroke extends over the whole word, it ..
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Graphology at Home - Lesson 21 - Draw Someone - H-N

Draw Someone Vast research was done among several psychoanalysts and psychologists into human figure drawings. The subject would be asked to draw a person, being given as little information as ..
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Graphology at Home-Lesson 21 - Draw Someone-O-W

Draw Someone Vast research was done among several psychoanalysts and psychologists into human figure drawings. The subject would be asked to draw a person, being given as little information as ..
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Graphology at Home-Lesson 30-The Trait List D-G

You can determine whether anyone possesses a particular personality trait! You simply need to classify the type of handwriting. Firstly, try to locate this trait-or a synonym- in the following ..
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