Handwriting Analysis – What Writing Above the Line Means

handwriting analysisBefore I start discussing what writing above the line means, I’d like to remind you that whatever it means is just one clue to that person whose handwriting you’re looking at. It’s not the complete profile of that person. Just like in life, every characteristic is influenced by every other characteristic in handwriting. So, it’s wrong to draw conclusions about a person based on this single characteristic.

Now, let’s get started.

Line spacing in handwriting analysis is essential in finding out the writer’s sense of organization, ambition, and time balance. In simple terms, this tells us how a person:

  • Behaves at work.
  • Manages assigned tasks.
  • Deals with decision making.
  • Handles pressure.

Now, let me give you some examples to see how important line spacing is in handwriting analysis. You’ll get a much better idea of how handwriting analysis establishes the writer’s complete profile based on this line spacing attribute.

Writing Way Above The Line
Writer doesn’t want to get involved in ongoing processes. Strong feelings of isolation are present. And there might also be a possible separation from reality.

Writing Right Above The Line
Writer has feelings of isolation. There might be lack of spontaneity, but good manners and organizational skills prevail.

Writing On The Line
Writer is systematic, and lives by plans. Avoid adventures, or straying away from plans. And therefore, is highly consistent.

Overlapping Writing
Writer has too much on her plate at the moment. Lines tangling with each other shows preoccupation and over-involvement with activities.

And of course, there are more characteristics in line spacing than just these 4 characteristics. If you want to know more what writing above the line means, contact me to learn how to send me a handwriting sample for a complete handwriting analysis.

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