Graphologist explained the meaning of unconscious drawings during a conversation

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Graphologist Anna Shadrova on Monday, August 10, said that you can learn about a person with the help of unconscious drawings during telephone conversations and long meetings.

Spirals and wavy lines, according to the expert, indicate that a person is not interested in other people’s problems. He is probably experiencing a small crisis, and he should control his emotional state. The drawn sun indicates the dream of friendship and tenderness, and the nets – about getting into an awkward position and a tendency to swallow resentment and irritation.

“Intertwined hearts are drawn by people who are overwhelmed with feelings. The intertwining of circles indicates that you feel that you are outside of events. And the patterns that look like pictures on wallpaper or snowflakes indicate that you are bored and generally tired of the conversation, or maybe your way of life, ”Shadrova noted.

Women most often paint images with cross-shaped elements, which speak of feelings of guilt that arose during a telephone conversation. Geometric shapes are usually drawn by people who openly express their point of view. Moreover, symmetrical forms speak of adherence to accuracy and order. “At the same time, if the corners of the figures are drawn too sharply, this is a clear tendency to aggression, and your problem is excessive concentration, which does not allow you to relax,” says the graphologist.

The appearance of little men in the drawings is, according to the expert, a sign of helplessness or a desire to evade some responsibility.

The image of trees can tell a lot about a person. Thin ones with bare branches indicate that the author of the drawing is upset and lost, while branched crowns or a thick trunk, on the contrary, indicate cheerfulness and lack of anxiety.

Fans of drawing numbers are very busy looking for money. Those who draw the chess fields cannot find a place for themselves. Stars and sailboats are indicative of an optimistic nature.

On August 8, cardiologist Yuri Konev said that a person’s sensitivity to pressure drops depends not only on external factors, but also on panic from this very phenomenon.

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