Handwriting expert Aditi Surana claims to change your stars with minor tweaks
Graphologist Aditi Surana has been credited to have changed the life of many a top shots in the world of business and Bollywood.more lifestyle Updated: Jun 23, 2017 20:50 IST
What if an alteration in your handwriting could help you get rid of that unwanted fat from your body? Or positioning a few strokes in your writing could infuse a new life in your awry relationship? Pinch yourself to believe all this and more that India’s celebrity graphologist (handwriting analyst), Aditi Surana, has to share.
Surana discovered her talent at the age of 14, after acknowledging her dyslexia. She recalls: “Once, my school teacher asked students to write the maximum number of zeroes they could in a minute. I noticed patterns in different people’s writing.”
However, it wasn’t a piece of cake for her to take it up professionally. “My father, an art director in Bollywood, did not believe it to be a career option, one that could help me make a living. He asked me to leave the house, and didn’t speak to me for six years,” she says.
People have come out of their diabetes, weight issues, break up and what not, by just changing a few strokes and reprogramming certain parts of their handwriting, which is an honest assessment of a person — Aditi Surana, graphologist
Cut to present, after 13 years of research and experience, she has been credited for having changed the lives of several top shots of the corporate world, and advised many a Bollywood celebs including actors John Abraham and Bipasha Basu (on how different they were), filmmaker Subhash Ghai and even actor-turned-politician Smriti Z Irani! “Handwriting experts are also those who are in forensics but over the years I’ve realised that I can, not only decipher an individual through his or her handwriting but can also identify their psychological constraints and provide them with corrective measures,” she says.
A case in point: A former CEO of a company who was undergoing mid-life crisis. “He reached where he wanted to be, at the age of 39. He was clueless about where to go beyond that! After conducting a few sessions with him, and changing his handwriting movements, I was able to make him realise what he wanted. Today, he is a consultant with one of his ex-clients, works at his own pace and enjoys life,” says Surana.
- Hump in M: If the first hump is smaller than the second in the letter ‘m’, it suggests fear of rejection.
- Loop in d: If there is a loop in the formation of letter ‘d’, the writer is extremely sensitive to criticism.
- Cut in t: If the letter ‘t’ is cut 50 percent low, it indicates low self-esteem. Self-esteem is related to your private self and not with others.
“People have come out of their diabetes, weight issues, break up and what not, by just changing a few strokes and reprogramming certain parts of their handwriting, which is an honest assessment of a person,” she adds.
From a calligraphic script to a scribbled note, a graphologist can decode it all. “It’s the permutation and combination of 800 strokes that builds your handwriting. For me, the strokes are like flow of thoughts and have an emotional code. There wasn’t any scientific research available when I started working on changing the idea of ‘self’. It’s carried out like a game. For instance, the more I work with celebs, the more I realise that their fear of losing what they have is higher than their driving force or passion,” says Surana.
We asked Aditi Surana to tell us what the following stars’ handwriting says. Here goes:
“It’s a celebrity’s autograph, one that was created so he becomes a public figure. In normal handwriting, we don’t use tall alphabets such as the big ‘A’. It also shows his emotional instability, and that he’s vulnerable in emotional situations.”
“A trait in her handwriting is self-confidence. Her autograph shows that she doesn’t let failures define her.”
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