Rewrite Your Life: Change Your Handwriting-Change Your Life!

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Macmillan, Aug 15, 1998 - Self-Help - 176 pages
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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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Contents

1 WHAT REWRITE YOUR LIFE CAN DO FOR YOU
1
2 WHAT GRAPHOTHERAPY FEELS LIKE
22
3 PRELIMINARY EXERCISES GETTING TO KNOW YOURSELF
27
4 EXERCISE PREPARATION
69
5 RECEPTIVITY EXERCISES
85
6 BROADENING EXERCISES
102
7 INTENSIFYING EXERCISES
127
8 MASTERING EXERCISES
148
9 SUCCESS EXERCISES
170
10 FIND YOUR COMFORT ZONE AND STAY OFF THE THERAPISTS COUCH
193
Appendix 1 Frequently Asked Questions
197
Appendix 2 The History of Graphotherapy
200
Appendix 3 Further Reading
204
Index
207
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Sheila Kurtz is a renowned graphologist and graphotherapist. She is president and founder of the Graphology Consulting Group in New York, She has analyzed the handwriting of the famous and infamous, including Ronald Reagan and O.J. Simpson. She lectures to organizations including the CIA and the Young President's Association (YPO). In addition, she has been featured in The Wall Street Journal, The New York Times, USA Today, Leaders, and Forbes, and on Late Night with David Letterman and Dateline.

Marilyn Lester is a freelance writer whose work has appeared in The New York Times and many other periodicals.

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