Monday, June 23, 2008

Health and Your Handwriting

Did you know that your handwriting can reveal health problems?

Recently, I received a hand-written communication from a 44-year-old man, whose wife is an acquaintance of mine. After reading the letter and seeing his signature, I asked his wife if he had been sick recently. She told me that, except for occasional bouts of asthma, he’s just fine. When I suggested that something might be attacking his nervous system, she told me that his profession often requires him to come into contact with potentially toxic chemicals. I suggested that he do a metal cleanse, a colon cleanse and a liver cleanse to purge the poisons from his system.

Time passed, and some weeks later, I received another note from him. The jagged, chaotic letter forms were still apparent, even though it seemed that he had tried to make his signature “look better”. While he still hadn’t done anything to improve his health, but at least he does have the opportunity to reverse the situation before it gets much worse.

Want to test your handwriting?

Start by writing down a sentence or two out of a newspaper or magazine. Look at your letter forms and words. If your handwriting looks much like a child’s before he/she gets a “steady hand”, you are most likely showing signs of health problems. If you have a sample of your handwriting from a few years ago, do a side-by-side comparison. If your handwriting has gotten worse, weaker or considerably sloppier, see your doctor for a checkup. Medication can also cause your handwriting to deteriorate. Many prescriptions are hard on the body and may cause your handwriting to show signs of health problems.

Stay tuned for more!

Monday, June 9, 2008

I will analyze your handwriting for free!

Email a sample of your handwriting and I will analyze it — free of charge — and post the results in the blog. Naturally, I will not post your name or email address, but if you provide them, I'll use your initials and city/state.

Here is all you need to do:
Write down a paragraph from a text book, from the owner’s manual for an appliance, or from something equally boring. Keep away from any material that is personal or emotional. Write the paragraph down as if you were taking notes in class. After you are done, scan it at a readable size and email it to me. If I cannot get to your sample because of an overwhelming response, please accept my apologies in advance.

How does this work?

Ok, I know this sounds too simple, but here is how it works. As you learn how to analyze your own handwriting, you can consciously change those elements of your writing that are blocking you from obtaining your goals. I will give you clear instruction on how to identify and change those elements.

As you go about your day writing memos, notes and the like, you will consciously make the effort to change your handwriting. You don’t have to go out of your way or spend extra time doing exercises; this works right into your lifestyle. Before you know it, you will start to notice changes. Some of them will be subtle while others will stand out significantly.

Remember that your handwriting is a mirror of your own self-image and internal well being. As you make a conscious effort to change, you will manifest a new life roadmap.

I will be sending out these lessons via email. So join my email list and get them absolutely free!

Friday, June 6, 2008

Your handwriting and self image

Handwriting analysis has been around for a very long time. For centuries, Japanese have meditated using the art of calligraphy to gain a better perspective of themselves and the world around them. They understood the importance of self reflection expressed through handwriting.

Today, many corporations use handwriting analysis as an evaluation tool for hiring employees. It gives them insight to the prospective employee’s current abilities and limitations. I personally have been analyzing handwriting for over 20 years and have found that most people are astonished to find out that their handwriting can reveal so much about their health, self image, struggles and even their own self sabotage. Every individual tells a story through their handwriting — it is as unique as a fingerprint.