Listen to the introduction audio above. Then scroll down for a short written lesson, an extended live audio recorded at a recent live conference, and handwriting samples taken from my best selling relationship book.
The lower zone of handwriting; the lines that fall below the line tend to deal with the physical realm. This of course includes sex drives as it is one of the most primal yet complex physical drives we have.
Listen as Bart and Curt talk about the y and g loops and apply this to sex, love, relationships and trust. Extended long y loops indicates a strong physical drive. Wide or malformed y-loops indicates imagination and experimentation in the physical realm. No loop means a person usually likes to spend time alone. You’ll have to look at the y’s that do have loops or their g loops to find out more about their sexual nature.
You can always learn advanced concepts from our Home Study Courses about evaluating and combining traits to be even more accurate when discussing the lower zones.
Bart Baggett and Curt Baggett
“Love, Sex and Relationships”
Today’s audio file was taken directly from the 14 CD Level 301 Certification Home Study Course which was recorded live at a recent Handwriting University International Conference. You will learn even more of the characteristics when you enroll in the 101 Level Handwriting Analysis Course.
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its much interesting bart, i am getting it ,
god bless you.
It has helped me very much to know and deal with people individually and its really very interesting for them to find out information they are not themselves aware and they can not deny. Thanks Bart..
It has helped me very much to know and deal with people individually and its really very interesting for them to find out information they are not themselves aware and they can not deny.
Naturally, a person’s experiences undergone affect his love life so individuals need to watch and work on the factors that affect their emotions most during relationships in order to improve.
That’s kind of messed up – your comment in the audio file about Alabama and saying that everyone in the KKK lives in Alabama. Instead of making a derogatory remark about Alabama, you really should be explaining to people in your course that “clannish” is not “Klannish.” Huge difference!! It just so happens that I’m from Alabama, and guess what – I do not know, nor have I ever met, anyone who is a member of the KKK. Wow – totally lame Bart.
Sketchy. It should include more information to generate interest for further exploration and courses.