New Delhi, July 9, 2012- It is rightly said that to change one’s attitude is to change one’s life, mostly for the better. Our life experiences shape our approach towards life sometimes in a positive manner sometimes in a negative manner. What most people do not know is that they can modify their line of thinking, alter their approach to life and living, and develop a positive disposition – all by modifying their handwriting. Handwriting Therapy otherwise known as Graphotherapy help individuals make changes to their mind-set by making modifications to their handwriting and by regularly practising certain patterns and motifs.
There is scientific evidence to back the fact that the nerves which control the muscles used in the act of writing are directly linked to the core of the human brain which is the hub for storing life experiences, motivation and emotions which prompts reactions to various situations. Therefore, when the act of writing occurs, it mirrors the inner working of the human brain. The act of analysing handwriting samples in order to understand the personality and then helping the writer make changes in her handwriting style to bring about a change in attitude is what Graphotherapy is all about.
Smriti Desai (29) lost her mother when she was barely nineteen years old. Her father had her married off almost immediately. Smriti found adjusting to her new family very difficult as she was still grieving for her mother. Over a period of time, Smriti became very withdrawn and she developed a very negative outlook towards life and never had any positive hopes or expectations. A close friend of Smriti’s convinced her to try out the experience offered by handwriting services such as Graphotheraphy.
The graphologist found that Smriti’s handwriting did not need any modification but advised that Smriti should spend half an hour each day practising certain patterns. After a few months of practising the patterns as advised, there emerged a marked change in attitude in Smriti. She became more relaxed, open and confident. She even took up hobby classes and began planning to set up a small business venture.
Smriti is not alone to have benefitted from handwriting Therapy. There are many other people like her from all age groups and all works of life who have found that their lives have been wonderfully turned around by Graphotherapy. The overall change in attitude brought about by changes in a person’s handwriting brings about mental strength and positivity to an individual’s life.
About Mansee Vashisht:
Mansee Vashist is a practising Graphotherapist with more than twenty years of experience in this arena. She has been a guiding light to many lives through her in depth knowledge and execution of the tenets of Graphotherapy.
For further details on Mansee Vashist’s work and testimonials please visit: http://www.handwritinglife.com/