When we purposefully change our handwriting, we introduce attitudes that can improve our relationships, give us the impetus to achieve and take risks, and simply bring out the best in us. This is because our handwriting is a reflection of our innermost thoughts and feelings. When we fall in love, survive a serious illness, or change careers, our view of life is dramatically altered and, as a result, our handwriting patterns change.
Conversely, desired transformations can result from intentionally changing the way specific letters are written:
- Stick to that diet by changing the letter T.
- Avoid being overlooked for that well-deserved promotion by changing the letter G.
- Reduce stress and cease juggling too many things at once by changing the letter S.
- Overcome shyness or stage fright by changing the letter A.
Included is an enlightening assessment test that identifies those personality traits requiring attention. Your Handwriting Can Change Your Life
profoundly reveals that the key to making dreams come true is as simple as putting pen to paper.
About the Author
Vimala Rodgers is an educator, handwriting expert, and motivational speaker, as well as the Director of The Vimala Rodgers Institute of Integral Handwriting Studies in Cool, California, where she lives.
"Vimala's work is revolutionary. This book will allow an in-depth rebuilding of a stronger you."
Sark, author of Succulent Wild Woman
"Vimala reveals with infectious enthusiasm a wealth of powerful techniques that, I can promise from my own experience with them, will definitely change your life."
Elaine St. James, author of Simplify Your Life
"[This book] is just plain exciting. I feel strongly that Vimala Rodgers is right, so I'm starting my handwriting changes today. I urge you to do the same."
Christiane Northrup, M.D., author of Women's Bodies, Women's Wisdom
"Vimala offers a fresh, pure, and striking alphabet to anyone whose handwriting needs some encouragement even those who are ready to give up. If you clutch and go dismal at the thought of presenting yourself on paper, you need this book."
Margaret Shepherd, author of Calligraphy Made Easy and The Art of the Handwritten Note