Graphology at Home – Lesson 4 – the

In this article,Graphology at Home – Lesson 4 – the Articles you will find virtually every possible kind of t bar. Any other t bar you may come across will probably be only a variation of one of these, and with practice, you should be able to see into which category of t bar it fits.

When we speak of the t bar, we mean the horizontal line crossing the stem of the t. We are not concerned with the letter as a whole.

The ‘normal’ t bar is perfectly centered; meaning that the length of the bar is equal on both sides of the stem, and the length itself is the normal length. It also crosses the stem in the middle (measuring from top to bottom). This t bar shows confidence and self-discipline. It is the kind of t we were taught to make as children.

The post placed-rightward- t bar flies away from the stem. Often such writers have quick minds. Their purpose is not exactness in detail; they want to finish quickly. They are aggressive, often showing temper, impatient to reach their goals.

The pre placed t bar-leftward- besides not crossing the stem, also does not touch it. This writer procrastinates, often shows a lack of self-confidence, and is fearful. It is difficult for him to make decisions. He would rather hold off, as he held off from crossing the stem of the t.

The bowed t bar (also called a convex t bar) is usually found either in the center or the top of the stem. It shows a strong desire for self-control- like a hand holding back a certain desire the writer wishes to suppress.

When the bowed t bar is at the top of the stem, the bar is in the upper (spiritual) zone, this writer wants to put a curb on his earthy appetites, holding back primitive desires for deep religious reasons.

Wherever handwriting produces a knot, it shows persistence, stubbornness, a desire to have one’s own way. If, in addition to the knots, hooks appear in the letter as well the persistence is accentuated, because the nature of the hook is not to let go.

The t bar that is above the stem, shows the writer to be someone with strong imagination. He is adventurous, he has goals, he is authoritative. If he is able to make his goal a reality, he will probably do so in a great way, for he aims for the stars. (Notice that the t bar is in the upper zone). Unfortunately, these people are usually unrealistic, so the goals they set for themselves are often unreasonable.

An interesting note: Many graphologists have pointed out that when a person is preoccupied with his occupation, his handwriting will often reveal some kind of symbolism of the tools he uses. This particular t bar is commonly found among pilots, as if they thought of themselves as flying.

When the ‘t’ bar is flung down, the writer likes a challenge. This writer will not give up; he is a dominant personality, and when he says something, he means it. There is also cruelty in his personality, and he is often sulky, has a low opinion of others, is resentful, and in general is disappointed in life. Even though it is a masculine writing trait, many women write this kind of t bar also.

When the ‘t’ bar is only half of a bar-on the right side of the stem, which represents desires and goals, there is a certain degree of guilt about the past in this writer-not so severe that it prevents him from touching the stem, but it will not permit him to make a complete bar. (Note: Whenever a t bar does not cross the stem, regardless of which side it is located on, it shows repression.)

The t stem represents the present. Hence, when the bar appears only to the left of the stem (not shown), it represents some lack on the right, some shortcoming in his goals, his future. When the bar appears only to the right of the stem (as shown), it represents some lack on the left and indicates that the writer prefers not to be in contact with the past, perhaps his childhood.

The t bar that descends in a “tough” way, but does not cross it, indicates a certain degree of repression. The writer has guilt feelings, and he lives in the past, as shown by the location of the t bar on the left of the stem. In reality, along with aggression, there is also weakness.

Any t bar not crossing the stem shows a lack of confidence, fears about the self, and, as we mentioned before, repression. In addition, if the stem is looped, it will indicate sensitivity-often hypersensitivity. A loop, in general, is blown up to whatever degree necessary for the writer to express his feelings. Loops are signs of vanity. This person is going to be hurt quite often, since he looks for compliments, and is very sensitive.

The concave t bar, is opposite in shape to theĀ bar halloween ideas bowed t bar and basically opposite in meaning. It shows fickleness, a person who is easily swayed, has weak resistance and weak willpower. The concave-t-bar writer takes the easiest way out and prefers not to fight.

A t that is not crossed at all may represent many possibilities: carelessness, forgetfulness, physical weakness, bad health, hastiness, and impatience-someone who does not have the time to worry about details and wants only to get his thought across. Generally, when the t bar is missing, we check for other corroborating signs, such as inclined writing and diminishing size of the middle-zone letters toward the end; if those signs are present, we say the uncrossed t bar stands for speed.

Hypersensitivity is revealed when the writer will not even take his hand off the page to cross the stem horizontally (goal-oriented). Instead, without lifting his hand, he scrawls a vertical t bar from the bottom of the stem, showing that he lacks strong goals for the future and is sensitive about this area of his life.

The t bar in the form of a knot shows persistence. If the t bar is located above the stem, the persistence concerns the self.