Handwriting literacy

Handwriting has a vital place in the healing arts. Writing exercises focus and clear an over-active mind, increase vitality, and calm emotions. Through refined and attentive writing, new neurological and DNA patternings are created. The rhythmic movement of handwriting restores cellular harmony and encourages hopeful attitudes.

A symbol related to the letter Dd is door. This letter reminds you to open the door to your heart. Its wisdom offers you the guidance of how to direct your life concerns in this fast-paced culture. The letter Dd encourages you also to open your senses to the colors of nature, to the sounds of uplifting music, and to the inspiring words of another. It influences you to remember that receiving is the other half in the circular flow of balance.

The small letter d prompts you to respect yourself and others. It invites you to honor your skills and creative expressions. The letter d also relates to your sensitivity, a quality you can appreciate by recognizing your strengths and attributes. Paying attention to beauty, to your personal needs as well as those of others directs your sensitivity in a constructive way.

A handwriting reminder: handwriting is an honest mirror showing what doors of yourself you have opened, and what doors you tend to keep closed. Consider how open you are to your mental capacity, to your emotional experiences, to relationships, and to your heart’s dreams. Through writing exercises you enhance your power to open these doors and create a life that is beneficial to you. This potential is in your hand.

Angeline Welk of Princeville is a professional handwriting analyst. She writes this regular column for The Garden Island and maintains a Web site at ourlivingalphabet.com. She can be reached at alefangel@gmail.com.

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