An important aspect in graphology and signature analysis is looking at how the signature compares to the main body of writing. The signature is our public face and the body of writing is more of who we are. When the signature and the body of writing match, there is “congruence.” This is a positive quality.
One of my last posts on signature analysis showed a signature that was larger than the body of writing. This post shows a signature that is smaller than the body of writing.
Follow are some of the meanings:
This writer has an inadequate self-image. He might be self-effacing and unable to appreciate his own skills and aptitudes. Most likely, this writer would prefer working alone, or with others who are stronger. He can be insecure and might be trying to appear humble.
Some other meanings of this include:
- Need for privacy, solitude
- Would rather be known for his work
- Avoids publicity
- Self-consciousness, secrecy
- Fear of competition and involvement
- Introversion, altruism, devotion
- Poor self-esteem, lack of ambition
This post was taken from my recently published guide on Amazon.
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