Sunday Lesson #14: The hidden meaning of soldered (sautered) writing
By Dr. Erika M. Karohs
Sautered or soldered writing is an important graphological phenomenon about which relatively little is known. This is not due to the fact that it occurs only seldom, but rather that it is fairly difficult to recognize without magnification.
The meaning of soldered strokes
In combination with vertical slant, the total behavior of these writers is ruled by conscious controls and continuous self-monitoring resulting in reserve and aloofness which they need for self-protection.
Soldered-on loops in the upper zone reveal an attitude, which impels the writer to constantly correct himself so that no reason for criticism from others may exist. It signals a feeling of insecurity, which he suppresses through a superior attitude and through overcompensation. He is deceiving himself about his own ethical principles. He wants to project loftier ideals than he actually has.
Soldering in the lower zone uncover problems in the sexual sphere or in the area of productivity which they writer does not want to admit to himself and which he wants to hide from others at all costs.
I hope you are enjoying this exercise and feel that you are learning from it.
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