Nyitólap Magunkról Legújabb szám
-Szellemi Műhely
-Oktatás - Szakmatörténet
-Nevelési Tanácsadó
-Nagyító alatt
-Mesterségük címere
The Alcoholic Handicapped Barrister

Hónapokkal ezelõtt, amikor az Angol-Magyar-Angol Grafológiai Kisszótár ötlete felmerült, tudtuk, hogy a gyakorlás legjobb módja az, ha mélyvízbe dobjuk a hallgatókat, olvasókat és azonnal egy eredeti angol nyelven készült elemzést adunk közre. A British Institute of Graphology oktatójának munkájára esett a választásunk.

Megkeresésemre Margarettõl a következõ választ érkezett, melyet a duktorról a levélben szereplõ információkon túlmenõen a további gyakorlás céljából közlök.

„Spoken words are the symbols of mental experience, and written words the symbol of spoken words. Just as all men have not the same speech sounds, so all men have not the same writing.” – Aristotle

„Dear Susan
Thank you very much for your interesting and informative email. I found it fascinating reading and would like to know how you teach graphology in Hungary. I have been a practising graphologist here in the UK for eleven years and also teach according to the syllabus of the British Institute of Graphologists three year Diploma course and have students worldwide.
Of course I have no objection to you using my aanalysis on Mr Digby for the benefit of your students and thank you for your consideration.
Mr Digby was a Barrister and highly intelligent individual, slightly handicapped at birth being of small size with slightly large head for his body. (Adler's inferiority complex applies.)
He was an alcoholic for many years before giving up completely also for many years. Unfortunately, when life became difficult for him later in life he resorted back to alcohol and drinking again, and, sadly eventually took his own life.
I would like to know how you get on.
Kind regards. Margaret”

A szótár ajánló soraiban szóltunk a várható változásokról, az Európai Unió miatt IS szükséges nyelvtudásról. Azóta már a tagok sorába léptünk, itt van hát az idõ, hogy ne halogassuk tovább a nyelvtudás megszerzését.
Közkívánatra íme Mr. Digby kézírása és Margaret Webb elemzése.

"Mr Digby" - brief analysis of a dysfunctional personality
by Margaret Webb MBIG (Dip), 20th March 2002

male, early fifties
right-handed, British
Occupation - Barrister

First Impressions
The writing is small with a strong right slant - contradiction (introspection opposes demonstrative nature) Right slant plus 'angles' - contradiction (heart-over-head emotional attitude opposes mind before emotion) Letters very connected - logical thought process
Some letters vary in size (some general overall irregularity) + wavy baseline - fluctuating self-esteem, anxiety 'Angular' looking writing. (Many angles joining letters and angular letter formation.) - decisive but inflexible Pasty/blotchy writing stroke, overall jerkiness + some disintegration in letter formation - possible warning signs
General Personality Structure
The first impression of this handwriting is that it is small and pasty looking, with connected letters, a right slant and many squashed and ink-filled ovals. Also very noticeable is how the script has a very angular, 'pointed' look to the letters, particularly where they join each other at the baseline; softness, pliability and roundness are lacking. In general terms, a person's use of letter size gives us an idea of how much importance he places upon himself and upon his own actions. Seen here with the small absolute size is a general jerkiness and irregularity in the size of the letters (esp. middle zone) and this indicates anxiety, irritability, feelings of inferiority and fluctuating levels of confidence. The writer's personality therefore has several conflicts within it. For example, a need for company opposes the fact that this writer wishes to remain at a very safe distance until he is sure of the other person. Also, sociability opposes a rather inflexible nature. Although the writing slopes strongly to the right (towards others), caution, isolation and reserve are strongly evident in the small size, angles and wide spacing. Part of the writer wants to move on and make contact with people, but a deep-rooted part of him is anxious and fearful of doing so.
The small, angular writing, with very connected letters also indicates, in graphological terms, that there is an 'over-predominance' of the Thinking Function. This is too powerful and upsets the equilibrium of the writer, indicating that he will rely almost entirely on powers of thinking, focussing more on ideas than the people behind the ideas. Powerful Thinking types have their feelings but distrust them - on the one hand they feel uncomfortable expressing emotions and can relate these in a mature and clumsy way, and on the other hand they delight in attention and compliments from others. Until Mr Digby feels at ease and comfortable in another's company, his immediate reaction will be to erect a barrier against personal involvement. This can be interpreted and perceived by others as coldness and detachment. The personality is out of balance and his social skills are disadvantaged as a result; relationships will therefore suffer. On a more positive note however, he is articulate and very well-educated, with an ability to express himself excellently both orally and in writing.
The narrowing left margin and leftward handwriting movements (left tendencies) indicate an attachment to past events, coupled with previous earlier life experiences (some negative), which may have influenced him throughout his life.
Working Qualities
A very direct and simplified approach to tackling problems is indicated, together with a capacity for initiative and drive. The writer has an enquiring and analytical brain and possesses logical thought processes. He is mentally quick and alert and his mind is constantly 'ticking-over', sizing up situations instantly, and working problems out. The writer has above average intelligence and his quick and well-integrated intellectual facilities are backed by an excellent critical facility.
Although the handwriting reveals a warm, sensitive and sentimental character, it also reveals someone mainly interested in the facts and details behind a situation, rather than by co-operating fully with people in a tolerant and compassionate manner. Another contradiction within a complex personality.
The quite wide letter spacing seen with the small size and very connected letters tells us that Mr Digby is not interested in being part of a team and would prefer to stand apart, doing things very much his own way and relying on himself. From the degree of restlessness seen in this handwriting it is evident that the writer likes variety and change as opposed to repetition in the workplace. All mental challenges are rewarding and he will also be fond of reading and study. He is interested in many topics and learning new skills as he has an excellent memory for detail.
The reasonably well-balanced word and line spacing indicate someone who thinks in a clear and discerning manner. This writer has the ability to evaluate and discriminate and is orderly and systematic. He shows a fair amount of progressiveness and is willing to take some risks along the way. He will seek challenging opportunities and is predominantly physically active, applying the energy available to him with precision and efficiency. Viewed graphologically, his small size handwriting seen with the many angular connections, reveals someone who is modest, and hardworking; also someone who sets his own example of what is expected of other people. However, he is an inward critic at work against himself and others, and this is disclosed in the angles/points along the baseline and the many sword-like 't' crosses.
His handwriting shows drive and perseverance and he will endeavour to follow through on promises and commitments. He will be attentive to detail and is clear thinking with good organising ability. Also in evidence is a strong inclination towards overcoming obstacles and considering moral and ethical problems.
Attitude Towards Others
Socially the writer is rather shy and somewhat reserved except with close friends, although can be very talkative on a subject where he can apply his great storehouse of information.
However, the central conflict within Mr Digby's handwriting as a whole can confuse others. Although the handwriting is small, indicating a certain amount of modesty, Mr Digby has a very forceful personality. He can be tense, resistant and uncompromising. He is also unyielding, demanding and intolerant and set in his ways. A right slanted writing can tell us that a person may be a good communicator and outgoing by nature but, in this particular case, the writer hides his true feelings most of the time (as seen with the angles and very connected letters). Although he tries to put his mind before his emotions, the strong right slant seen with many squashed and ink-filled ovals indicates that he can be impulsive and over-emotional at times, with a tendency towards explosive outbursts due to pent up emotions and anxiety.
Possibly attributable to past negative experiences, inadequacy, disappointment and difficulty in forming female relationships is apparent, but sincerity, consideration, reliability and generosity will be shown when once he has put his complete faith in another. However, it takes him a long time before he completely trusts and decides he likes a person.
Socially, Mr Digby wants very much to connect with people but he is not flexible or adaptable. He may be quite unaware that people see him as tactless and awkward, and is more assertive and argumentative than diplomatic, ready to argue passionately for his beliefs. The handwriting shows that he will rigidly insist that things are done in a particular way and will be upset if his routine, or a particular way of doing things, are changed.
The writer will delight in discipline for its own sake but his weakness is looking for results too quickly. He resents waste of time and becomes impatient with those whose slower thinking and action impedes his own progress.
This gentleman is a very well educated individual with the ability to distinguish good taste from bad. He respects the personal sphere of others and anticipates being treated in the same way. He is therefore well-mannered and courteous upon meeting people, treating them with dignity and respect.

Alert & efficient
Clarity of thought
Critical ability
Enquiring Mind
Mathematical ability
Problem solving
Quick thinking

Have a nice and useful time while translating the analysis into Hungarian.
If you – sometimes - seem to need the English – Hungarian – English Graphological Vocabulary ....don’t hesitate.... BUY IT FOR YOURSELF at Grafodidakt - Office or order by phone: (1)- 343-3856

Gyulai Zsuzsanna