Saman Aslam has become the first Pakistani and youngest female graphologist working in UAE and Saudi Arabia. Aslam is a Pakistan expat from Riyadh Saudi Arabia.
Saman has also set her Instagram page for people who wish to have their handwritings read for free. She was also the first foreign bilingual graphologist in Saudi Arabia. She has command over Arabic and English language.
She has been in the field for eights years. Saman believes handwriting mirrors one’s personality. In one of her interviews with Arab News, she said graphologist is the most challenging thing she has ever done in her life. “I’ve done various jobs but being a graphologist is the most challenging yet and an amazing one.”
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She defined a person’s handwriting as the brain-writing since it is the brain that guides the hand to create patterns. “Handwriting is our mirror; it projects our conscious, preconscious, and subconscious mind. It shows a person’s physical health as well.”
She says when appearances are deceptive, handwriting reveals one’s true personality. It tells how the writer thinks, feels, and acts. “It does so directly and immediately, without them even being present. It shows the motivation that lies behind actions and outlines the writer’s propensity to behave in ways that may not be expected,” said Aslam in an interview.
Aslam, however, cleared that graphology does not predict the future nor it is a form of spiritual guidance. She says that she was introduced to the field by a group of Arabic graphologists at her workplace. The team told her some of her personality traits that stimulated her interest in the field.
“Every day I learn and implement new techniques. From understanding my siblings to my students’ personalities, knowing what my seniors are expecting from me to helping my friends in finding suitable life partners, and advising people regarding their careers and health checkups,” she added further.
Interestingly, Saman says graphology is not just limited to the analysis of the writer’s personality but it encourages people to change their negative traits into positives ones by changing their handwriting through ‘graphotherapy’.
She believes therapy can bring positive changes in different areas of life where a person is struggling like relationships, career, self-development, mental stress, traumas, and suicidal thoughts.