Graphology - The Art Of Handwriting Analysis
by Julian Moore
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"I really enjoyed reading your new book and would heartily recommend it. It is a great way to learn the art without spending hours ploughing through the many books out there on the subject." - Richard Osterlind
Is it possible to know all about someone, just by looking at their handwriting?
Imagine you could ask anyone to write down two simple words yet you could start telling them 'what they're like' from their handwriting almost immediately - even complete strangers!
You must admit that would be cool. How could you know so much with so little information?
Well with the graphology system outlined in this new graphology book designed to be learned in few days, you can be giving interesting yet fun handwriting readings in no time at all - Here are some points to consider:
* Can be learned over a weekend
* Requires only two words to be written down
* Can be done for two or more people at the same time
* A great ice-breaker or conversation starter
* Once you've learned it, it's almost impossible to forget
Oh - and did we mention the FREE AUDIOBOOK?
We almost forgot - not only do you get the book packed with examples, exercises and top-tips to make learning graphology as painless as possible, you also get the 13 part audiobook thrown in as well!
With the book and audiobook you also get a set of 10 flash cards! Print them off onto index cards and stick them in your back pocket so you can have an instant 'refresher' moment while you're still learning the system. No need for last minutes nerves - a quick look at your flash cards and you can top-up your new found knowledge in a jiffy.
Seriously, knowing this information is powerful - everyone is interested in themselves, and by using the fun techniques in this unique book you'll find that sometimes you simply haven't got the time to check out everybody's handwriting!
"Julian is a wonderful teacher. I've tried learning enough about graphology before to use as an adjunct to my mentalism performances but it never stuck. And I quickly became bored.
With Julian's system once the info is in your head, it isn't easily leaving. And I found the whole process fun! Julian has set this up in a way that you get constant reinforcement for your efforts and just want to keep going." - Bill Cushman
"I have finished Julian's book on Graphology and highly recommend it. Julian has condensed a large amount of information on graphology into an easily memorized system and provided a presentation that is short, sweet, and can be done on the back of a business card. I like to explain how I am getting my information as I am doing the reading, and Julian's system is perfectly suited for this.
In fact, it is so simple to explain that your subject will likely go away believing they have learned something valuable even in the unlikely event that most of your reading doesn't hit the mark -- so you really cannot lose.
Anyone that is interested in Graphology should definitely pick up this book." - John Lumber
"As a long time graphologist, I've perused Julian's manuscript, and can attest that it is exactly as described. He's taken some of the real 'meat' of the subject and found a way to explain it clearly and simply - AND to do it in a wicked clever mnemonic sort of structure that makes it quite easy to remember. (And, therefore, easy to explain to others.)
He's done a lot of hard mental work so that you won't have to! Well worth the price tag for those who wish to use it." - Brane
OTHER BOOKS IN THE SPEED LEARNING SERIES BY JULIAN MOORE
Speed Learning: Palmistry - Palm Readings In Your Own Words
Speed Learning: The James Bond Cold Reading
Speed Learning: Cartomancy - A Playing Card Reading Primer
- The Cold Reading Company, September 2012
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