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Varun L. Rupani

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Graphology Tip # 1 from Varun Sir of World School of Handwriting

"Avoid analyzing signatures unless they are accompanied by handwriting samples. If the signature is analyzed in isolation, there are chances of you going wrong about the personality of the writer. It's because handwriting shows how the person is, whereas signature reveals how he wants the world to see him." - Varun Sir, World School of Handwriting, Mumbai - India.

Graphology Tip # 2 from Varun Sir of World School of Handwriting

When a person writers the word I as 'i', they are usually prone to a degree of immaturity or, and this is important, they have little self esteem. - Varun Sir, World School of Handwriting, Mumbai - India.

Graphology Tip # 3 from Varun Sir of World School of Handwriting

An over inflated first letter in signature is often too attention seeking. But, in general, the bigger the first letter in your name, the more powerful you think you are, and that's not always a bad thing. - Varun Sir, World School of Handwriting, Mumbai - India.

Graphology Tip # 4 from Varun Sir of World School of Handwriting

"Graphology says the presence of small case first letter in a signature could cause a loss of self-confidence, and fill the writer with a feeling of worthlessness.

Graphology Tip # 5 from Varun Sir of World School of Handwriting

In graphology, depression is seen when the baseline of handwriting slopes or the word at the end of a sentence suddenly drops.

Graphology Tip # 6 from Varun Sir of World School of Handwriting

In handwriting analysis, the tendency to make extra strokes indicates that the writer often gets lost in unnecessary and unimportant activities that will offer no returns on the amount of energy and time spent by him.

Graphology Tip # 7 from Varun Sir of World School of Handwriting

In handwriting analysis, one of the indicators of low self-esteem is a low t-bar. It indicates that the writer does not accept himself the way he is. And instead of bringing out improvements, the writer keeps criticizing himself.

Graphology Tip # 8 from Varun Sir of World School of Handwriting

Whether a person writes with the right or left hand, the traits revealed will be the same. Even people that have learned to write with their mouth or foot, due to amputations of their limbs, reveal the same information from their brain writing.

Graphology Tip #9  from Varun Sir of World School of Handwriting

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Very small handwriting is so small that is so small that is very hard to read. It denotes an extremely introspective person. They are not very communicative in general life and thus, not apt to have any really close friends.

Graphology Tip # 10 from Varun Sir of World School of Handwriting

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A person with variable letter size is usually moody and unpredictable in nature. Beware!!

Graphology Tip # 11 from Varun Sir of World School of Handwriting

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A person with light pressure writing (not much emotional or physical energy) and a left slant (tries to avoid emotional situations): This person will be emotionally withdrawn, cold, indifferent, and self centered.

Graphology Tip # 12 from Varun Sir of World School of Handwriting

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If the handwriting slants to right (/), then the writer is sympathetic and sociable and reacts strongly to emotional situations. In case of left slanted writing (\), the writer is introverted, indifferent, reserve and is always concerned about his/her future.

Graphology Tip # 13 from Varun Sir of World School of Handwriting

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Handwriting clearly falls into the group of tests that cannot be adapted to be administered to individuals who fall within one or more ADA-defined disabilities. Blind people, for example, do not develop the required fluency in handwriting, for the writing to be correctly analyzed.

Graphology Tip # 14 from Varun Sir of World School of Handwriting

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A graphological report is meant to be used in conjunction with other tools, such as comprehensive background checks, practical demonstration or record of work skills. Graphology supporters state that it can complement but not replace traditional hiring tools.

Graphology Tip # 15 from Varun Sir of World School of Handwriting

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Drawing analysis together with Handwriting Analysis is a perfect way of knowing a person inside out. While it is not necessary that you should know Graphology to learn drawing analysis, if you are a graphologist you can lean it faster and better.

Graphology Tip # 16 from Varun Sir of World School of Handwriting

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Signing to the right of the paper makes you a risk taker in life. Chances of being successful is more as compared to the person who signs to the left side of the paper.

Graphology Tip # 17 from Varun Sir of World School of Handwriting

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Very long and big loops in the lower zones of the y, g and p shows the quality of sexual imagination. Such people want variety in their physical activities to satisfy their physical desires.

Graphology Tip # 18 from Varun Sir of World School of Handwriting

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Too much of variation in handwriting slant indicates mood swings. A moody person.

Graphology Tip # 19 from Varun Sir of World School of Handwriting

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The writers with very small handwriting have better concentration power. They can shut everything down and concentrate on one thing.

Graphology Tip # 20 from Varun Sir of World School of Handwriting

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Writers who make long cross bars of the letter t show Enthusiasm. They are enthusiastic people and can motivate others as well.

Graphology Tip # 21 from Varun Sir of World School of Handwriting

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Colour Analysis is also an important study for those who are learning Graphology. Understanding the meaning of each colour and the message behind it helps you in creating Brand Logo.

Graphology Tip # 22 from Varun Sir of World School of Handwriting

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Diagnosing physical illness is not a job for a graphologist. It's a job of a doctor. But recognizing the possible existence of physical dysfunction is not only well within your range, but a necessary part of the analysis.

Graphology Tip # 23 from Varun Sir of World School of Handwriting

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We can analyze any handwriting that uses the Latin based alphabet, such as Spanish, French, German, etc. We cannot analyze Chinese or any other writing that does not use the Latin alphabet.

Graphology Tip # 24 from Varun Sir of World School of Handwriting

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In doing handwriting analysis, a lot more things can be seen in cursive handwriting than in print but it can still be analyzed.

Graphology Tip # 25 from Varun Sir of World School of Handwriting

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It is normal for handwriting to not always look the same. In fact, certain characteristics may change depending on your current circumstances and moods. However, your basic personality characteristics will remain the same.

Graphology Tip # 26 from Varun Sir of World School of Handwriting

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It makes no difference as to if a person's handwriting is legible or not. It is not necessary to be able to read the content written to be able to do a proper analysis.

Graphology Tip # 27 from Varun Sir of World School of Handwriting

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Handwriting analysis is only as accurate as the analyst doing the analysis. Generally, more talented analysts have greater than 85% accuracy ratings.

Graphology Tip # 28 from Varun Sir of World School of Handwriting

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There are 200+ characteristics that can be determined from how a person writes. This includes temperament, emotions, moods, self-esteem, intelligence, social ability, drives, energy, imagination, fears, defenses, and potential problem areas.

Graphology Tip # 29 from Varun Sir of World School of Handwriting

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Heavy crossing in Handwriting out demonstrates a need to be right. The writer doesn't want you to see that he's made a mistake, so he completely blacks it out.

Graphology Tip # 30 from Varun Sir of World School of Handwriting

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The person who turns punctuation into ornamentation doesn't really understand where things belong. He overdoes everything. He is theatrical and melodramatic and simply doesn't know when to quit.

Graphology Tip # 31 from Varun Sir of World School of Handwriting

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Learning Graphology without correct guidance will provide you half knowledge which is almost equal to No Knowledge. Learn Graphology from the scratch and most importantly learn it correct.

Graphology Tip # 32 from Varun Sir of World School of Handwriting

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Often, all caps (use of only capital letters in handwriting) writers do not express their emotions in public.

Graphology Tip # 33 from Varun Sir of World School of Handwriting

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Writing your name everywhere shows you are feeling down rather than marking your territory or that you are just trying to remember it. Writing it down is a comforting subconscious way of cheering yourself up.

Graphology Tip # 34 from Varun Sir of World School of Handwriting

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Open circle of letters as 'a' and 'o'. The more open the top of these letters are, the more talkative they will be.

Graphology Tip # 35 from Varun Sir of World School of Handwriting

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Handwriting reveals only attitudes and potential. We aren't using a crystal ball, so predicting whether the writer will act on his potential or not should be left up to the psychics.

Graphology Tip # 36 from Varun Sir of World School of Handwriting

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There is no such thing as a criminal handwriting. When identifying the signs of potential for dishonesty or violence in handwriting, as in everything else, the keyword is Potential.

Graphology Tip # 37 from Varun Sir of World School of Handwriting

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Graphology says the presence of small case first letter in a signature could be a loss of self -confidence, and fill the writer with a feeling of worthlessness.

Graphology Tip # 38 from Varun Sir of World School of Handwriting

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Large letters mean the person is outgoing and extroverted; small letters mean the person is reclusive and introverted.

Graphology Tip # 39 from Varun Sir of World School of Handwriting

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If the handwriting slants all over the place, the person is probably stressed. Accurate analysis is hard in this situation.

Graphology Tip # 40 from Varun Sir of World School of Handwriting

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Drugs, both legal and illegal, can cause handwriting changes because of the drug's physical (not just psychological) effects on the body.

Graphology Tip # 41 from Varun Sir of World School of Handwriting

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Always make the writer write on unlined A-4 size paper for analysis. A-4 Size paper is always ideal for Graphology.

Graphology Tip # 42 from Varun Sir of World School of Handwriting

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Through the use of graphotherapy, positive attributes such as power of concentration, self-confidence, generosity can be developed and strengthened and negative tendencies such as indecisiveness, dishonesty and hostility can be corrected or diminished.

Graphology Tip # 43 from Varun Sir of World School of Handwriting

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Your Handwriting shows the vibrations of the subconscious mind. Graphotherapy works with the subconscious mind to make changes in specific personality traits. It involves daily writing exercises that will re-programme your subconscious mind.

Graphology Tip # 44 from Varun Sir of World School of Handwriting

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While your handwriting can't tell chronological age, it does reveal your emotional age.

Graphology Tip # 45 from Varun Sir of World School of Handwriting

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Handwriting Analysis fact: If one's life style changes, the writing style also undergoes change.

Graphology Tip # 46 from Varun Sir of World School of Handwriting

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The immediate aim of forensic graphology is not personality analysis, but rather identifying analysis: to define and distinguish one individual from any other individual.

Graphology Tip # 47 from Varun Sir of World School of Handwriting

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Graphology says angular handwriting always indicates activity. An angular writer is a person of mental alertness and physical restlessness ...

Graphology Tip # 48 from Varun Sir of World School of Handwriting

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In an organised handwriting, heavy handwriting pressure is considered good. Such writers are energetic and show perseverance and persistence. People who press very hard on the paper while writing have the capability to achieve, and they have exceptional memory, which makes them hold on to past experiences for long.

Graphology Tip # 49 from Varun Sir of World School of Handwriting

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If you know someone who holds grudges for far too long, it is possible that he is more tenacious than he should be. Tenacity in personality is reflected in handwriting in t-bars that end with a hook. If the writer has a very heavy handwriting pressure, the tendency to hold grudges will be pronounced.

Graphology Tip # 50 from Varun Sir of World School of Handwriting

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Someone who writes with a deep handwriting pressure and narrow left margin will always be in the woods of the past; he will never be able to come out of it. He will be forever clutching on to bad things from the past, mostly to the detriment of his future.