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Do you know, what is Handwriting? A Brainwriting

Do you know, what is Handwriting? A Brainwriting

“What is Handwriting? “You might be think, Handwriting is the drawing of symbolic lines with a stylus of some sort. Some call it ‘Language by Hand’. It is a physical way of expressing thoughts and ideas and a means of communicating with others. Nevertheless, I say, “Handwriting is image or projection of our Subconscious mind; hence, it reveals personality and character of person. “

Handwriting analysis how it works?

Handwriting analysis how it works?

Handwriting Analysis(Graphology), a modern form of psychology that identifies personality traits and human character through handwriting. Graphology works on handwriting in English language.

The Great History of Graphology

The Great History of Graphology

You may be shocked to hear that handwriting analysis is not new. Not much is known about the history of graphology before he seventeenth century, except that for hundreds of years, Chinese scholars already knew that the way a person wrote revealed much about that person’s character. The handwriting analysis is at least a 100-year-old science. The modern version of graphology has its roots in the late 1900s and early twentieth century.

How changing your signature can help you in transforming your personality?

How changing your signature can help you in transforming your personality?

A signature has a lot to say about a person’s personality and nature. A signature is a minimum set of letters that define capabilities, strengths, weaknesses and behavior. Analyzing a person’s signature can reveal almost everything about a person. In fact, a signature is the public image of a person and one should be really careful in formalizing his/her signature during the teens.

Choose life partner based on handwriting analysis instead of horoscope for a blissful married life

Choose life partner based on handwriting analysis instead of horoscope for a blissful married life

Marriage is a sacred bond. Two souls come together to spend their life forever. As marriages are for life, choosing the wrong marriage partner can turn disastrous for a person.

What do Donald Trump’s and Melania Trump’s signatures say?

What do Donald Trump’s and Melania Trump’s signatures say?

Recently, US President Donald Trump and his wife Melania have visited Mahatma Gandhi’s Sabarmati Ashram. Donald Trump wrote a message in the visitors’ book of the Ashram. He wrote and signed the message “To my great friend Prime Minister Modi – Thank you for this wonderful visit” It was also signed by Melania. I have analysed those signatures and here is the analysis which is also published in Divyabhaskar Digital, India’s Famous newspaper.

How to utilize lock-down time? Do some Brain-yoga

How to utilize lock-down time? Do some Brain-yoga

Nowadays yoga has become so popular in this lockdown/self-isolation and quarantine situation to keep our body fit. But, what about our brain fitness/health? It is scientifically proven that as like our body needs physical exercise to be healthy similarly, our brain needs brain exercise.

Improve the mental strength

Improve the mental strength

Currently, people around the world are going through quarantine and self-isolation. Especially in many countries, where people are lockdown. These days are tough for all because it challenges the mental strength.

Are you fade up with your negative thoughts? Crash Negative thoughts with Grapho-therapy

Are you fade up with your negative thoughts? Crash Negative thoughts with Grapho-therapy

I know, most of the people are facing a common issue that is Negative thoughts due to current situation of lockdown and self-isolation. Especially, person who are in home quarantine or isolated in hospitals. I agree that the situation is like that which drives us towards Negativity.

Revive Physical Energy with Handwriting

Revive Physical Energy with Handwriting

Currently, due to COVID19 pandemic sports facilities, clubs, gyms and even gardens are not accessible. Many are not doing any physical exercise or activity. Some people have chosen alternate sources while some are still kept on blaming the situation and live a sedentary lifestyle. They have become a couch potato because they just switching 3” screen to 60” screen. In the long run, a such lifestyle may lead to an increase in the level of obesity and even invites a lot of diseases and illnesses.

Stay Optimistic with Handwriting

Stay Optimistic with Handwriting

Currently, in this pandemic situation, nobody has the answer that when and how our lifestyle will be normal. It is a real exam of mankind whether we are optimistic or pessimistic.

Confused about the career…? Graphology helps to find suitable career

Confused about the career…? Graphology helps to find suitable career

Currently, it is a crucial time for all the students, especially those who have just finished grade 10 or 12 because they have to choose a stream for their study. The decision plays a pivotal in their life to build a professional career. I know students and their parents are anxious about this situation.

Are you a Friendly person or not…? How to improve friendliness?

Are you a Friendly person or not…? How to improve friendliness?

This week, we have a special day to cherish the best moments with our friends. Well, in the era of Social media, many have a very huge list of friends (virtual or actual ) while some have only countable friends. Why is it so?

Ganesha’s symbolism Day 1: Head

Ganesha’s symbolism Day 1: Head

“OM Ganeshay Namah" Happy Ganesh Chaturthi. Every year, we wait for this day, Vinayak Chaturthi, to welcome Lord Ganesha at our home, offices and society. This year, it may not possible for all to do so because of the uncertain Pandemic situation. However, we can pray the Lord with deep faith and take blessings through understand the symbolism of Ganeshji

Ganesha symbolism: Day 2 : Eyes

Ganesha symbolism: Day 2 : Eyes

The second day of the Ganpati Festival and it’s time to discuss the second most important trait. In my previous blog, we had talked about Intelligence. Now, after the head, the most attractive feature of Ganesha is his eyes.

Ganesha Symbolism Day 3: Ears

Ganesha Symbolism Day 3: Ears

In my previous blogs, we have covered Ganeshji’s head and eyes which represent intelligence and Focus, two key traits of every individual.

Ganesha Symbolism Day 4: Mouth

Ganesha Symbolism Day 4: Mouth

Each body part of Ganesha signifies the various traits of mankind. Today, we will talk about the mouth of Ganesha; represents the ability to communicate. Introvert and extrovert are traits and based on that make the personality of any person.

Ganesha Symbolism Day 5: Trunk

Ganesha Symbolism Day 5: Trunk

On the fifth day of the festival, We will talk about Ganapati's the most unique feature that is a long and flexible trunk. His long trunk has high efficiency and even so flexible that can do any work. Ganeshji’s long trunk signifies adaptability and high efficiency that is essential to be successful in any venture

Ganesha Symbolism Day 6: Tusk

Ganesha Symbolism Day 6: Tusk

Ganesha has two tusks both denote the two different aspects of life. Today is the 6 th day of the Ganesha festival and we are going to discuss 6 th trait which expresses through his right Tusk. The right tusk represents a positive attitude that helps to retain the positivity and mitigate the negativity.

Ganesha Symbolism Day 7: Broken Tusk

Ganesha Symbolism Day 7: Broken Tusk

Ganesha is trying to express that accept yourself even with your weaknesses and love yourself. His broken tusk is a minor defect and every individual has some defects and that we have to accept. If we do not accept then how others will accept it. Hence, accept yourself whatever you are. When you accept yourself you give respect to yourself.

Ganesha Symbolism Day 8: Big Belly

Ganesha Symbolism Day 8: Big Belly

Ganesha is also known as “Lambodaray”, a Sanskrit term which means who has a big belly. The most iconic feature of Ganesha is his large rotund belly. On the 8th day of the Ganesha festival, we understand what does it signify and what we have to adopt. The big belly is a symbol of keeping secrets, but it must be at a certain level. Indeed, it is truly said that everything should be in limit, too much or too little of anything is bad. The same implies to the trait, secretive nature.

Ganesha Symbolism Day 9: Arms

Ganesha Symbolism Day 9: Arms

In Ganesha’s “swarp”, form; there are generally four or more arms. Today, on the 9th Day of the festive, we will cover the arms of Lord Ganesha. We are not going into mythology, but, we will talk about Graphology, the science of handwriting. As per Graphology, Ganeshji’s arms express the physical energy, which is the most vital trait for any human being. Indeed, Ganesha is infinite source of energy.

Ganesha Symbolism Day 10: Uneaten Modak

Ganesha Symbolism Day 10: Uneaten Modak

Today is the last day of the Ganesha Festival, it’s time to say goodbye to Lord Ganesha indeed, and it’s tough to say but pray him to come again soon next year. Before that, let’s understand the significance of Ganeshji’s favourite sweet food “Modak”. Have you observed that there is a plate of uneaten "modak" in front of Ganesha? Although he loves it, still he keeps it uneaten.

Essence of Navaratri as per Graphology: Day 1: Shailaputri

Essence of Navaratri as per Graphology: Day 1: Shailaputri

The nine-days of festival, Navaratri, begins today and it has important to worship the nine Avatar of goddess Durga. Although the nine forms of Durga have, indeed, spiritual significance, there is a hidden and deep meaning of each form of the goddess as per graphology.

Essence of Navaratri: Day 2: Brahmacharini

Essence of Navaratri: Day 2: Brahmacharini

During Navratri, we pray and take the blessing of Navdurga’s nine forms. Today is the second day of Navratri and we worship the second avatar of Mother Divine, Brahmacharini. Let’s understand the graphological meaning of the form of Navdurga.

Essence of Navaratri: Day 3:  Chandraghanta

Essence of Navaratri: Day 3: Chandraghanta

Today is the 3rd day of the nine nights festival and this day is dedicated to the 3rd form of the divine mother, Chandraghanta. The avatar of NavDurga is named a combination of two terms “Chandra” (the moon) and “Ghanta” ( a bell). Chandraghanta maa represents the importance of our mind's alertness. Let’s see How is it?

Essence of Navaratri: Day 4: Kushmanda

Essence of Navaratri: Day 4: Kushmanda

Today is the fourth day of Navaratri and it is the day to worship the fourth incarnation of Nav-Durga, Kushmanda. As per Mythology, it is said that Kushmanda has created the universe. While, as per graphology, she is the creator of the whole universe, she teaches us the importance of creativity. Let’s see why creativity is essential?

Essence of Navaratri: Day 5: Skandamata

Essence of Navaratri: Day 5: Skandamata

Every day we discuss the importance of each day of Navaratri as per graphology. Today is the 5th Day of the festival and it is the day of Skandamata. She is the fifth form of Navdurga. It is said in Hindu scriptures that she is the mother of Lord Karthikeya. The avatar of Navdurga is depicted as riding a lion along with her son. She signifies the qualities like skilful, courage and compassion.

The essence of Navaratri: Day 6: Kathyayini

The essence of Navaratri: Day 6: Kathyayini

During the nine days of the festival, Navratri, nine forms of Goddess Durga is worshipped. The sixth avatar of NavDurga is Katyayani and she is worshipped on the sixth day of the Navaratri.

The essence of Navaratri: Day 7: Kaalaratri

The essence of Navaratri: Day 7: Kaalaratri

The seventh day of this auspicious Navaratri festival is dedicated to the most furious form of Navdurga, goddess Kaalaratri. She is portrayed to have a dark complexion and her appearance itself evokes fear.

The essence of Navaratri: Day 8: MahaGauri

The essence of Navaratri: Day 8: MahaGauri

The eighth day of Navaratri is a day to worship the eighth avatar of Goddess Durga named Mahagauri. Yesterday,in the previous blog, we have seen the most ferocious form of Navdurga, Kaalratri, while in contrast, today we will see clam and compassionate form of Navdurga.

The essence of Navaratri: Day 9: Siddhidhatri

The essence of Navaratri: Day 9: Siddhidhatri

The last day of the nine days of the festival is the day of Siddhidhatri. The ninth form of navdurga gives blessings of capabilities to do everything perfectly and achieve “siddhis” in life.

World Health Day: What is more important? Physical Health or Mental health?

World Health Day: What is more important? Physical Health or Mental health?

Today, on 7 th April, people are celebrating World Health Day. Nowadays, Health has become the centre of attraction, especially since last more than a year. The pandemic is alarming for us to be alert for our health. It is truly said, “Health is Wealth”.