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How to prepare a manuscript for a graphological analysis?

 

 

What is the difference between a profound graphological analysis and a superficial one?

 

 

About some anecdotes relating to the graphologist work 

 

 

 

 

How to prepare a manuscript for a graphological analysis?

 

A profound and quality graphological analysis can be achieved only if following parameters are observed:

·       ? Indication of the exact age and gender of the analyzed person (mandatory!)

·       ? Writing the curriculum vitae or another story on a blank piece of paper without lines. It is important to make sure that the            text should not be copied from a source or being dictated.

·        ?In case the analyzed person suffered from a very traumatic incident (e.g. traffic accident), it is mandatory to specify this. ?Additionally, regularly taken medicines, that influence lifestyle, have to be mentioned.

·      ?  It is not necessary to write very much, only a few rows. It is not necessary to bring manuscripts from the past, because         the handwriting is changing during the different stages of life, but there is a strong core remaining, aimed by analysis,       

            neglecting the periodical environmental influences.

? It is recommended to bring a manuscript of a person being in close interpersonal relationship to the one analyzed.

·       ? Writing on a white sheet of paper only with a ball-pen (it is important that ink does not spread out on paper).

 

·       ? It is recommended to separate the writing sheet from table through several other sheets of paper. One should write                    calmly and carefully.

?  Put your signature at the end of the letter.

 

What is the difference between a profound graphological analysis and a superficial one?

 

Every graphologist has his individual analysis method and special requirements regarding the drawing up of the manuscript. Although graphology has asserted itself for several years, it cannot be spoken yet about an exact goal and many difficulties are met in carrying out the empirical researches and in comparing the various methods. Additionally, behind the empty reality of the word of rules and conventional notions that circulate in this field, there are many analysis elements based on intuition and comparisons based on the experience and the personality of the analyzing graphologist. The graphologist Cohen Croitoru does not hide the fact that in the case of many analyses she attains a high spiritual level that allows her to analyze the manuscript as if she was the person who wrote the text. This analysis allows her to go back to the childhood of the writing person and reconstitute events with phenomenal exactness, knowing what the parents told to the analyzed person, what sentences they used and how they treated him. The graphologist believes that, as it is usual in psychology, the personality of a person is formed during the first years of life. Sometimes, because of emotional barriers, due to parents’ attitudes or due to other problems, the person is growing up with several deficiencies that create difficulties, for example, in communicating with the life partner or with his children. Diagnosis that can be discovered after long treatment by clinical psychologists can often be discovered following a unique analysis of the written text. The graphologist does not recommend the replacement of the conventional usual treatment with the analysis of the manuscript, but she obviously recommends the use of this method for discovering hidden phenomena that cannot be easily revealed by specialist psychologists.

Unfortunately, graphology is rather not professional in Israel. There are several institutes that try to regulate this field. Experience of many years has shown that many young graphologists that graduate folk graphology courses in one or other institution enter this filed and recommend themselves as fully qualified graphologists. The superficiality of their reports appears due to the fact that they reveal backgrounds and exterior aspects that are not new to the person ordering the analysis. The amateurism creates great problems with regard to perceiving credibility and the necessary role of a graphologist by the public.

Batya thinks it is impossible to learn graphology through correspondence or attending various courses. One is born with this talent and develops it during many years. Several characteristics of handwriting can be learned through study: phenomena and forms, and even to insert several points in the analysis of a common person. But a profound and serious analysis that can offer an additional value to the person needing such an analysis, can be executed only by an experimented graphologist, who analyzed various manuscripts and many people and has asserted himself with no doubt as a specialist in this area.

This is not an intention to eliminate young and talented graphologists at the beginning of their carrier. On the contrary, they are wished all the success.

 

 About released prisoners, from marriage to divorce and digestion problems

 

 It has been written very much about stories related to the activity of the graphologist Batya in the press. For example, based on the drawing of a 4 years old boy she concluded from a very high level context and with intuition that he has been adopted (she was able to see he has been abandoned till the age of one and that he has not been nursed). Indeed, the adopting parents stated excited the adoption of the child, which they had kept a secret till then.

There was also an article about a criminal that escaped from a jail in Sweden and came to Batya. She detected a classification of his criminal tendencies, which caused the criminal to confess his acts. Not even the attempts of the press to mislead graphologist Batya did succeed: manuscripts of some notorious prisoners like Mordechai Vanuno or Margalit Bar Shefi have been easily detected by Batya. There are also many examples where the graphologist brought benefits to the community, e.g. based on the graffiti drawings on the walls of the elementary school of Mitzpe Ramon (where Yitzhak Rabin has been disgraced) she discovered with amazing exactness (and in less than half an hour) the two pupils who had smeared the walls out of over 400 manuscripts. This obviously led to the confession of the two and to expressing their regret…

In the case of the young Hanit Kikos from Ofakim, Batya spared the Israeli police from many efforts and time while instituting an inquiry into her murdering by her father (Batya continuously denied this fact following the study of the girl’s and her father’s manuscripts).

Also regarding conjugal problems let us remember that three divorced couples remarried after the graphologist revealed what communication problems existed between them and how they could overcome them (they strictly followed her advises and the graphologist became the honor guest of those families).

In the field of health problems detected in manuscript samples, a field that is extremely rarely approached by Israeli and world graphologists, Batya had great success. Hormonal state, diabetes, digestion problems, various cancer forms, chemical imbalance of the brain are sometimes diagnosed by Batya with an exactness comparable to that of medical reports (again the graphological analysis should not be considered a substitute of conventional medical analyses). She also diagnosed sexual tendencies with 100% exactness.

 

We will try to publish soon the press articles on an Internet site that shall reveal the detailed long graphologist activity of Batya. Please come again!