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Compatibility, Love, & Subconscious Mind - What a Handwriting Analyst Can Tell You About Your Lover
A well-trained graphologist (handwriting analyst) can certainly identify personality strengths, challenges, and potential relationship problems, but he/she won't tell you if you should marry or not. That decision is up to you.
Before committing to a life together (as with traditional marriage), two people would help themselves by also seriously considering who they really are (aside from all societal programming and conditioning), why they are here on Earth, and what it is that their higher-selves (souls) have chosen to experience. Graphology, meditation, and regression therapy are effective ways to know the who and comprehensive astrology and numerology open the door to the what and why.
It's rare for modern-day couples to give much thought to themselves and their relationships before committing, legally or otherwise. It's much more common to leap before looking in matters of the heart and we see this as "by design" so that we all put ourselves in the positions necessary to fulfill spiritual contracts, many of which include difficulties.
For those interested in and possibly fated for a more cautious approach, graphology (handwriting analysis) offers tremendous personality and relationship insight.
Comprehensive numerology and astrology are good for personality analysis, but our findings indicate that graphology offers a deeper look into subconscious personality.
A well-trained graphologist can indicate if a person is emotionally stable or volatile, honest or insincere, enthusiastic or depressed, in good health or unwell, intellectually sharp or slow-witted, artistic or analytical, sedentary or physically active, closed or open-minded, extroverted or introverted, tense or relaxed, immature or mature, and much more.
Some of the more important areas of interest a graphologist examines in relation to romantic compatibility are as follows: emotional maturity, integrity, honesty, sincerity, need for variety, level of interest in sex, communication skills (including listening skills), level of self-esteem, critical analysis/sense of discernment (effectiveness in identifying and understanding personality relationship issues), acquisitiveness (desire for money and material things), and financial extravagance/irresponsibility.
Since sex and money seem to be the root of many couple's problems, most certified graphologists apply complex protocols to efficiently identify core issues. For example, financial issues are frequently linked with some of the following graphologically discernable personality traits: impulsiveness, lack of discipline, lack of control, extreme sensuousness, and distorted generosity.
Furthermore, graphologists consider the following traits to be some of the more destructive common red flags that challenge personal relationships: argumentativeness, domineering/controlling disposition, evasiveness, intolerance, vanity, withdrawal, reticence, drug and alcohol problems, fear of intimacy, denial, self-deception, and rationalization.
Note that graphology assesses conscious and subconscious character, so the graphologist is able to outline the real, prevailing personality; the one that shows up while under stress, not only the one displayed when on one's best behavior.
A comprehensive handwriting analysis can indicate potential for future behavior, but in most cases, for instance, not that your mate is cheating right now. Still, it is possible to get a very good idea whether or not the subject is cheating if that person writes a reasonable sample (at least ¾ of a page) of spontaneous handwriting, and writes specifically about his/her faithfulness/sincerity and his/her current relationship/partner. If he/she is in fact cheating, indications of integrity issues/insincerity would likely show up in the analysis.
When considering a long term commitment and/or marriage, it's also important to acknowledge that permanence does not exist when it comes to relationships here on Earth. All bonds must dissolve at some point and fate guarantees (as can be identified and tracked through comprehensive numerology and astrology) whether a connection is to last only a day, endure a lifetime, or some period of time in between. Almost everyone wants an ideal match with which to spend the rest of his/her life. Knowing this while accepting that not all relationships are meant to be long-term can help minimize disappointment and heartache.
We would advise anyone to follow their heart, yet squarely face the truth that higher-self (soul) plans are frequently in contrast with ego-self (conscious personality) plans. Becoming aware of and aligning yourself with your true self and highest path pay deep dividends in the long run, although it's not easy to give up many of those ego-self demands and expectations.
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