Are you willing to know your personality traits through Handwriting?
Then, you are at right place. You can write anything, and astonishingly, graphology can tell many characteristics of your personality.
I am going to tell you 17 key techniques of Graphology Margins that I use to analyse handwriting of my clients.
You don’t even need to examine each letter. You can just look at the handwriting and understand traits of writer’s personality
Using this graphology techniques & with correct guidance you can analyse handwriting of anybody.
You can use these graphology techniques to improve various traits of your personality.
All these techniques have been proven from years.
So, let’s get started…!
Here are the 17 types of graphology margins you’ll learn about in this post.
1.Graphology: All Balanced Margins:
2.Graphology: No Margins:
3.Graphology: All Wide Margins:
Solitary, lonely person. This person protects himself with invisible walls around him. Allows the only handful of people into his circle. He/she does not open up quickly. Withdrawn, aloof and lazy personality. The kind person is independent can be egocentric. Artistic in nature.
4.Graphology: No Left Margin:
Since you can see the writer is more attached to the left side which means he is more connected to his past, memories about past, parents especially the mother. Might been through financial crises. The possibility of the child depending on parents is high. (writer as well as his kid). Relatively shy and may not trust people easily. One of his parents is strict therefore, he/she might have developed a habit of living life defined by their principles.
5.Graphology: Straight-ish Margin:
These people are disciplined. They believe in following rules and regulations.
6.Graphology: Straight-ish Margin:
These people are extremely disciplined. They even insist others to be disciplined.
7.Graphology: Wide Left Margins:
People of such writing are less connected to their past. Less memorable childhood. Detached from past, parents, love, and affection etc. He/she does not have many great memories of past. In India, there is the possibility of a kid staying away from home might be in a boarding school. Comparatively more connected with other people. Ambivert. This person has guts to face problems of life on their very own.
8.Graphology: Folded Left Margins:
The people who fold page on the left side for margin or draw a line on the left side as a margin, are the people who believe in setting boundaries/ rules for self and following them for the lifetime. They have been disciplined by other people. Some people draw left margin. Mostly they are disciplined by dad.
9.Graphology: Left Margins Drifting To Right:
The left margin is becoming wider. This person is gradually detaching from his/her past, parents, family, roots, etc. Initially, the person was attached to family or roots but present circumstance drifts him away from family. Optimistic in nature. Usually, straight drift is to the right is normal but when we see extreme drifting towards the right, you might discover above attributes in the writer.
10.Graphology: Narrowing Left Margins:
This writing shows writer initially was not having an attachment with his loved ones or past but in present circumstances, he/she is feeling a surprising affection to family/ past. We can say that inner lethargy or depression caused by a rush in life or overwork. Requires a break in life. This person cannot let go of the past and also is afraid to deal with the future.
11.Graphology: Uneven Left Margins:
Denies principles of society. Unstable emotions. The writer faces lots of insecurities. Rebellion nature. Manipulates situations for own benefit. Misuses the authority. Lack of internal peace. Working with him as a subordinate is difficult.
12.Graphology: Wide Right Margins:
These writers leave more space on right side of the page. They have anxiety about facing the future. Self-consciousness is their weakness. Frequently, they fail to grab opportunities. Low confidence and guts. They are Oversensitive. Procrastination is observed in this person. Tends to postpone tasks. Attachment with family, the mother is more.
13.Graphology: Narrow Right Margins:
These individuals do not leave any blank space on right side of the page. They try to grab every opportunity in life, typically do not miss opportunities in their life. They are fairly high-risk takers. Confidence and courage level is more. They have a habit of maintaining relationships very well.
14.Graphology: Uneven Right Margins:
15.Graphology: Convex Margins:
This type of writer was initially connected to past. Later he/she took several risks, have developed some fear, or could not finish the task, or he finished the task and then thought of coming back towards home. He/she cannot take many risks.
16.Graphology: Concave Margins:
This writer shows wide left margin at first. Afterwards, narrow left margin at a middle of the page and at the end of the page again wider left margin. This image shows concave margin. These writers really like to take risks, but in between, they reduce it and attempt to look for a comfort zone. They try to find safe trading in life. But again, they shift towards risk-taking behavior. He/she seeks rewards first but later tries to pursue securities. However, in the later stage of life individual moves from comfort zone and shifts to risk-taking behavior again.
Those as mentioned above concave and convex margins can be observed on the right side too since it is possible to apply the same technique for analyzing those.
17.Graphology: Top Margins:
Top margins explain respect or detachment between authority and writer.
Wide top margin indicates that the individual has respect towards authority.
According to a website handwriting-graphology following combinations of top margins can also be assessed.
Above are the margins from which we professional graphologists analyze personality. Write on a paper and analyze your own handwriting. Let’s see insights into your own personality. But assessing personality just by looking at margins is not correct. There are many factors to be considered such as size of handwriting, baseline, pen pressure, letter spacing etc. Stay tuned for such interesting articles.
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- Karen Kristin Amend and Mary Stansbury Ruiz; 1980; Handwriting Analysis, the complete basic book; Margins.
- Dr. Helmut Ploog; 2013; Handwriting Psychology; Space Picture- Margins.