When you write using a pen and paper, your brain guides your hands. It directs your muscles to move in a certain way. By analysing what you write, researchers and experts can examine this two-way connection between your brain and your muscle and rewrite the connection to alter certain aspects of your personality. This is called graphotherapy.
Graphotherapy is essentially a specific process designed to reprogram the personality through repetitive micro-movements of the fingers.
In the case of negative traits or behaviours, or traits that you lack and covet, a handwriting analyst can help suggest new handwriting patterns to elicit subconscious changes in your personality. Through repeated exercise of these modified patterns, your muscle sends revised messages to your brain, creating new neural pathways and consequently new habits and traits.
Through practised handwriting, we aim to re-program some of the negative habits into positive ones.