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Personality Character Traits and Handwriting

Updated on November 14, 2015
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Traits

Traits are what make up our character and personality.

No two people are exactly alike. We can have similar traits, but each trait will have a different weight, depth or length making us a completely different person.

Our traits fall under categories, below are listed the different traits and what categories they are under that makes up our personality. One way to determine what traits you have is to analyze your handwriting.

Fears
 
Desire for Attention
Indecisiveness
Jealousy
Repression
Self-castigation
Self-conscious
Self-underestimation
Sensitiveness
Stinginess
Timidity
Ultra-conservatism
Withdrawal

Emotions

Emotions are basic feelings and they are what determine how emotional we get.

If you show your emotions that means you are an emotional person. If you don’t show your emotions, people will say that you are cold or you don’t have emotions.

People who don’t show their emotions, hold it inside, this does not mean they are unemotional or don’t have feelings.

Depth

The image to the right tells you about depth. Keep in mind, that NO ONE trait is 'bad' or 'good', the total of all traits make up your personality.

The first sentence is light pressure from your pencil or pen. You don't hang onto your feelings, you can let them go and move onward.

The second is medium pressure from your pencil or pen. You will keep some of your feelings and hang onto the ones that made an impression, others you can let go and move on.

The deeper your feelings or depth goes the more your feelings move you. You feel things deeply and at times you will remember them forever never letting yourself let go.

Reductive Influences

There are traits that have reducing influences on our mental process.

  • Confusion of interests
  • Inattention to Detail
  • Impulsiveness
  • Indecisiveness
  • Narrow-mindedness
  • Pessimism
  • Prejudice
  • Repression
  • Self-deceit
  • Superficial thinking
  • Yieldingness

Mental Process

How you process information.

  • Analytical
  • Comprehensive
  • Cumulative (logical)
  • Exploratory
  • Investigative

Goals

Forces to Achieve or 'Goals' - from immediate plans to make visionary and long range goals.

Will power and determination can be weak to strong and has a direct effect on your goals.

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Intensifying Influences
 
Acquisitiveness
Aggressiveness
Attention to Detail
Directness
Generosity
Imagination
Optimism
Organizational ability
Positiveness
Precision
Desire for Responsibility
Self-confidence
Self-control
Tenacity
Decisiveness
Enthusiasm
Initiative
Persistence
Pride
Self-reliance

Imagination

Imagination is the ability to see something that is not really there, but we can see it in our mind.

For instance close your eyes and picture a pleasant scene - this is using your imagination in the abstract sense.

We have both ‘Abstract’, ‘Concrete and Material’ imagination.

These imaginations can be from restricted to exaggerated.

Look to the right to see the intensifying influences on your imagination.


We also have influences in our personality makeup consisting of Defenses, Integrity, Social Traits, and Aptitudes.

To determine your personality takes an analysis of each trait, how emotional you are, how deeply you feel, what intensifying and reductive traits you have. All these traits put together make up your individual personality and make you who you are.

Additional Traits
 
 
 
Bluff
Caution
Independent thinking
Conservatism
Decisiveness
Dignity
Intuitiveness
Diplomacy
Fluidity of thought
Generosity
Loyalty
Humor
Narrow-mindedness
Objectiveness
Perfectionism
Persistence
Positiveness
Reticence
Selectivity
Tenacity
Aggressiveness
Argumentativeness
Defiance
Domineering
Irritability
Resentment
Sarcasm
Stubborness
Temper
Clannishness
Concentration
Daydreaming
Deceptiveness
Evasiveness
Procrastination
Secretiveness
Self-deceit
Shallowness
Superficial thinking
Vanity
Ambition
Broad-mindedness
Cautious
Conservatism
Determined
Dignity
Directness
Frankness
Sincerity
Deceptiveness
Evasiveness
Impulsive
Lack of Pride
Secretative
Self-deceit
Selfishness
Sensuality
Diplomacy
Humor
Physical-mindedness
Self-reliance
Sympathy
Talkativeness
Clannishness
Extravagance
Impatience
Individualism
Ostentation
Selectivity
Shallowness
Organization ability
Manual dexteriey
Showmanship
Precision
Persistence

Take the Concentration Test

Take a blank sheet of paper and write 'The Quick brown fox went through the fence very quickly" on the paper as big as you can.

As shown here to the right.

Write it again - only half the size.

Then write it again smaller and keep writing this sentence over and over again but making it smaller each time until you are at the end of the page and are writing this so small you can’t read it very well.

Notice how your concentration intensified during the writing?

While it was big you were sitting up and relaxing, but as you started writing smaller you had to concentrate more and you were bending over and gripping your pencil very tight.

When we concentrate our whole body gets tighter and intensifies – this is concentration.

This demonstrates one facet of our traits. When we analyze personalities, we take all traits into consideration. That is why no two people will be alike. We all have different intensifying traits that make up our personality. This is what makes us so interesting as individuals and unique, and why everyone is different.

Checking one Trait

Let's take the letter "T".

This letter can tell many things. For instant we want to know how you feel about obtaining your goals.

The first or top T crossed in attention is is higher than the smaller letters, but is still on the T stem and not above it. This means that your goals are well within your reach, you more than likely will attain your goals.

The second or middle Attention the line is way above the T stem. It does not touch the T stem. This means your goals are 'long range goals', but you mostly dream about what you could do and you probably will not be able to reach these goals. (If you have some pluses in your writing, such as determination, enthusiasm, tenacity this could change to you 'will reach your goals.)

In the bottom attention T crossing, you can see that the T has been crossed extremely low, either right at the top of the smaller letters or below them. This means that your goals are very low. You don't believe in yourself, you don't feel capable of reaching your goals, in other words you 'underestimate' yourself. You will have to work on your self-confidence. Make short term goals, so you can reach them. Maybe plan a goal for one day or one week and accomplish it. Keep working this way until you feel more confident and it will show up in your hand writing.


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Personality Character Profile

All of the above traits plus others are combined to make up a person's personal profile. Each person different from another just like your fingerprint is. I have never heard of two people exactly alike!

Each person's handwriting can be analyzed to show the relative strength of each unique trait which makes up your personality.


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