memory | School of Graphology and Handwriting Analysis


the faculty by which the mind stores and remembers information.
something remembered from the past.

Garlands Connection

Garlands Connection

“Garland” if the pen moves overhand, or clockwise, producing rounded letter formations.

Type Specific Word Changed Slant

Type Specific Word Changed Slant

I did not steal.
I am going to Pune, Nagpur and Nasik.

Tip: When the slant of the word changes apply that slant value to that word.

Fallen single word

What to say

You are a person who may have a difficult time writing certain words that stir up your emotions:

Convex or Wide to Narrow Left margin

Left margin moving to right and back

(Two types - Convex or wide to narrow)

  • Coming back to the origin.

What to say

Your eye is on past memories. You don't tend to plan ahead. And you generally don't take a lot of time to particularize your appearance.

Notice: Left Margin - Wide to narrow

Lives in Past y

  • Loner
  • Lives in the past.
  • Feels past was much better.
  • Past memories are important.
  • At times there is a chance they may repeat mistakes.
  • Past memories hound them a lot.
  • Lonely.

These people do not use past experiences to enhance their present/future. They sometimes feel lonely and are stuck with old memories.

Starting Stroke h

Starting Stroke h - Hook

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