|Assessment of Key Relationship Issues is a graphology, astrology, and numerology assessment of important personality traits to help you identify possible relationship problem areas.
Graphology is defined as the scientific study of handwriting to determine personality traits. Since the 17th century, researchers have linked human character to handwriting patterns. Graphology is an empirical science that offers a direct link to human personality. The conscious and subconscious minds are revealed through hundreds of handwriting aspects by the complex coordination of nerves, body and brain function. It could more accurately be referred to as mind writing. No two writings are exactly alike. Our writing is as unique as our fingerprints. Handwriting is an expression of the true self.
Graphology allows for subconscious character analysis. In other words, the hidden, yet prevailing part of your personality is examined.
Graphology is classified as a branch of psychology by the U.S. Library of Congress.
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Graphology, in conjunction with comprehensive astrology and numerology offers incredible insight.
People’s unconscious drives often conflict with their conscious desires. For instance, a person might consciously think, “I’m ready for a relationship,” but their subconscious mind, due to hidden fears and defenses, might be doing everything in its power to avoid a relationship. Thus, conflict results and the person’s love life suffers.
Simply discovering one or more potential love relationship blocks with the intent to take the necessary steps to heal yourself can assist you in furthering your love life goals. Handwriting analysis, along with astrology and numerology, can help you identify those blocks.
The following personality traits are considered in a Handwriting Analysis, Astrology, and Numerology
Assessment of Key Relationship Issues:
Commitment, fear of: fear of finality; fear of being trapped.
Conflict avoidance: fear of friction in relationships, fear of not being liked; the result of any number of defenses such as disassociation, evasiveness, rationalization, secrecy, self-deceit, or vanity.
Discernment, sense of: sense of critical analysis; effectiveness in identifying and understanding personality and relationship issues.
Emotional maturity: emotional development and security.
Impulsiveness: excessive spontaneity; may lack sufficient control over urges; possible recklessness.
Intimacy, fear of: fear of closeness with others; fear of getting emotionally involved; desire to keep distance from others.
Restlessness: need for variety and change, boredom with routine.
Self-consciousness: self-doubting, uncomfortable in front of groups, feeling unacceptable.
Self-esteem and ego strength: amount of self-approval; ability to cope with rejection.
Sex, excessive interest or disinterest in: either much higher than average or much lower than average unconscious interest in sex.
Success, fear of: inner fear of achieving happiness; may subconsciously sabotage contentment by entering difficult relationships.
Trusting people, fear of: suspicious of others; distrust in others.
Withdrawal: emotionally drawing back; aloofness.
Personality challenges are more easily recognized under less than ideal circumstances, such as when the subject is under extreme pressure.