Rewrite Your Life: Change Your Handwriting-Change Your Life!
Write your own ticket to powerful self-improvement
No two people write alike. Why? Because no two brains are exactly alike, and handwriting is a direct extension of our thinking patterns-a virtual blueprint of the mind. Handwriting analysis interprets the curves, slants, and lines of handwriting. Graphotherapy takes this one step further.
By working with the nuances of your handwriting to represent more positive traits, you can steer your mind to think in a more productive and self-assured way. In other words, the connection between mind and hand is a two-way street-and you're in the driver's seat.
Graphology expert Sheila Kurtz tells you clearly and concisely how to make this innovative method work for you. You can spend years in psychotherapy-or as little as 15 minutes a day writing your way to a new life you'll love!
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1 WHAT REWRITE YOUR LIFE CAN DO FOR YOU
2 WHAT GRAPHOTHERAPY FEELS LIKE
3 PRELIMINARY EXERCISES GETTING TO KNOW YOURSELF
4 EXERCISE PREPARATION
5 RECEPTIVITY EXERCISES
6 BROADENING EXERCISES
7 INTENSIFYING EXERCISES
8 MASTERING EXERCISES
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