Use graphology to help your self to choose the right pearl for you
Graphology, what a fascinating science!
I have always been curious about it, and had unfortunately never had the opportunity to meet someone who spoke to me about it in such a clear and comprehensive way as Dr. Rossana Agnolin, writing psychologist and graphology technical consultant from the Court of Vicenza.
Rossana spoke to me about the connection and affinity between the characteristics of human behavior and psychic energy with all the biases, abilities and choices which we all have and make.
All types of characters are associated with one handwriting and its characteristics and on the basis of all principal characteristics it is possible to orient the person to the PEARL type at its most congenial.
But what is graphology?
The first text of graphology of which we have information came from the beginning of the seventeenth century and was written by italian Camillo Baldi.
However it was in the nineteenth century that real and proper research began.
In 1947 professor Marco Marchesan of Milan elaborated upon considered valid concepts and published “From graphology to the psychology of graphology” in which he outlined the first foundations of the discipline called Psychology of Scripture.
He affirms that the symbolism of the graphic stroke plays a fundamental role in the subconscious expression of the writer.
Handwriting is not just a casual product of the hand, but the result of the brain in how much is produced by a predetermined hereditariness and “recorder” of a unique and personal life.
As an object of study of graphology, handwriting is obviously not considered so much for it’s content, but in it’s movement under the aspect of extremely individualized non-verbal behavior, in fact no two of the same scripts exist, just as no two identical digital impressions exist (and neither no two pearls..).
From the symbolic point of view, in handwriting we project our own “archetype”, our own personal ways (and that is common to the subconscious collective) with which we express ourselves and interpret reality.
The right, the left, the high and the low of the paper symbolically represent “vectors”, of strengths, of magnets that attract and repel, opposites to which the individual reacts with the same modality with which one enters into interactions with the environment.
The symbolism that allows for interpretation of many graphological “signs” is common therefore to other human expressions: one thinks of the painter, to the design of the lines, to architecture, etc. Even the non-latin scriptures, like for example chinese scripture, respond to the same symbolic dynamics.
Anything is a symbol (sign, gesture, color, word…) when its perception awakens in the mind a different idea from that of its most tangible immediate aspect; something that is less immediately interpretable, that refers to a more important reality.
Every one of us relates to the world utilizing four fundamental modalities of behavior ad approaches to reality. They serve to stabilize parts of the person and are: sensation, intuition, thought and feeling.
The thoughtful type, the sentimental type, the feeling type, the intuitive type… and do you want to know which type you belong to?
In the next post you will discover the principal characteristics of your calligraphy and the pearl together!