The human body is exquisite. The complexity of each of its processes at the micro level and the calm appearance of its activities at the macro level can be likened to a swimming swan. On the surface, the swan is calmly gliding; below there is vigorous leg movement.
A computer can perform complex functions, but the basic command synchronization is all based on the binary code system of ones and zeros. The human body, specifically the nervous system, uses the same command system.
The organs and muscles in the body are useless without the electric impulse to drive them. Without that, the body is like a computer that has been switched off. Once we accept this, we also realize that we are so obviously programmable. This programmability of our body is the basis on which we do all our activities. This is also the basis of the study of body language and kinesiology.
Let’s take for example the style in which a person walks, the gait. Every human being has a pair of legs which they use to walk. However, the gait is unique to each person, if you observe closely. However, when there is a sudden back spasm the gait immediately changes. The binary programming behind the gait suddenly gets altered, sometimes temporarily and sometimes permanently. If this glitch in the programming is closely recorded and monitored, it can help us understand what makes body language fluctuate. In turn, this knowledge can help to speed up diagnosis.
Handwriting also is the direct result of a binary code commanding the fingers to move. If the walking style of a person can change because of a sudden spasm, the same holds true for handwriting. The science behind understanding these “glitches” in our handwriting is called Graphology.
There are topics in Graphology that can actually reveal the code of these glitches directly. Like a software programmer can reprogram or update software, a graphologist can do the same to a person through specific changes in the handwriting.
Graphology is based on the dynamics of human anatomy, basic geometry and psychology. Like mathematics, regular study and practice will help to increase one’s skill and the depth of knowledge of the subject. The possibilities are endless, limited only by the level of practice and observations of the Graphologist. Learning the science can take from a quick 3 hours to an intensive 80 hours, depending on how far one wants to go.
Graphology does have its advantages and limitations. It won’t make you super rich or famous overnight, but it can help you develop a character that will lead to such experiences. As with all good things, consistent practice is required; whether it is specific handwriting techniques or Graphotherapy methods. Practice can bring about visible changes in the habits, attitude and even the physical appearance of the person. These changes will be evident within a week of practice and as times goes the new experiences make practice easier.
Graphology can act as a cheat code to attain your personal self-improvement goals, be it in health, emotions, relations, career or finance. It puts the responsibility of improvement directly on the writer, which initially feels challenging but in the long run makes the person truly independent. The biggest advantage that can be gained with graphology is the ability to understand the true nature of our joys and trials, resulting in a healing process that can lead to a better experience of life.