Handwriting is the graphically frozen movements of human thoughts and neural impulses brought about by the neuromuscular psychic process as a fine psychomotor skill that originates in the brain.By examining a handwriting sample, an expert graphologist is able to identify relevant features of the handwriting (script) and the way the psychographic features interact. The features and interaction between them provide the information for graphoanalysis (Handwriting analysis). No single handwriting feature proves anything specific or absolute by itself; a single feature of the handwriting specimen alone can only identify a trend. It is the combination of the features, and the interaction between them that enable a full and clear interpretation of the handwriting specimen features possible.
Everything in creation and in life is working and weaving in reciprocal action, including human thoughts and neural impulses, as humans generate thoughts from the frontal brain (intellect). These thoughts and impulses act, react or interact with one another producing forms which are observable as psychographic features of the script on paper; the movement that produces handwriting and the subsequent script features are expected to be controlled and refined by the subconscious psychic influences of the back brain. The forms of the habitual developed thoughts represent human personality traits.
Every thought generated by man takes a form which embodies and expresses the essential meaning of the thought, and also represents a pattern in the brain. However, whenever this same thought is continually generated, becoming habitual, it produces its specific form, this form in due time produces specific human character trait. In other words, each personality trait is represented by a neurological brain pattern; each neurological brain pattern produces a unique neuromuscular movement that is the same for every person who has that particular personality trait.
Just as anyone can distinguish or recognize the different human races by certain facial characteristics, so in precisely the same manner psychographic features of human scripts (handwritings) reflect their thought forms which also have marked expressions that clearly indicate whether the forms (psychographic features) on paper belong to virtuous traits of patience, wisdom, reliability, resourcefulness, poise, politeness, Goodwill, intelligence, concentration, peacefulness, happiness, joy, vitality, alertness, dignity, generosity, maturity, love, productivity; Or whether the psychographic features of the human scripts belong to vicious traits of hatred, murder, violence, envy, lust, avarice, jealousy and other kindred evil traits (volitions) of men.
Unfortunately, however, the evil volitions or vicious traits have greater numbers of producers (adherents) in the world of thought forms and subsequently also in the world we live today. Fewer are the men of nobility, purity, love, joyful activity, and so on. This is the reason why evil is spreading with such alarming speed in the world today.
All these virtuous or vicious traits of men can be observed and analyzed by expert graphologists through the medium of handwriting specimens and an end can be brought to the vicious traits by the positive collective efforts of all.
According to Neurographia Contemporary Research findings, Chemographo- analysis is a new specialist field of graphology that presents innovative approach on Neurographia chemistry of human thoughts and neural impulses which has also made known again the nature and forms of human works through the perspective of handwriting analysis .
It has been researched that everything that a man has ever thought, said or done continually habitually remains with him as the author which is always expressed and preserved in the brain, whenever a man picks up a pen and writes and the way (manner) the man responds through the expressive behavioral pattern of handwriting. Handwriting consists of integrated resultant chemistry of the man`s thoughts, feelings, words, desires, emotions and experiences, subsequently translated into the trail of ink features left on the paper.
A German Philosopher and Truth bringer, Oskar Ernst Bernhardt, admonished men: “keep the hearts of your thoughts pure; by so doing you will bring peace and be happy”. This is one of the greatest fundamental up-building admonitions of all time for all men of any race, religion, culture and so on.
Every habitual thought generated by man is continually working and weaving in reciprocal action with other thoughts of similar or different nature and tendency. This is the abstract fundamental concept of chemographoanalysis. Men must now begin to nurture noble volitions, thoughts, desires, and emotions, with persistent positively disposed energized actions, to be true human beings in the truest and purest sense of the word.
Ben Ezeohagwu, a Senate member, Dean of the Faculty of Arts and Professor of Occupational Graphology, Poma International Business University, Ifangni,
Porto –Novo, Republic of Benin.
08173175540, 08060662183, Email: benezeohagwu@yahoo .com