Sahiba I Vasudev penetrates to the core of psyche with a glance at one’s script
“Spoken words are the symbols of mental experience and written words are the symbols of spoken words. Just as all men have not the same speech sounds, so all men have not the same writing,” says Sahiba I Vasudev.
It is very often said that handwriting has a deep connection with a person’s thinking patterns. Writing is something that whisks people away to a far-flung destinations on wings that require nothing more than a quick squirt of ink to keep them afloat. And, in the process, mindfulness writing promotes relaxation and creativity. Another aspect that handwriting beholds is that it varies from person to person. Hence, making it as distinctive as a fingerprint. One such name who is renowned to decipher the difference between handwritings is Sahiba I Vasudev, handwriting detective and also known as the Sherlock Holmes of graphology.
The writing prodigy can almost instantaneously detect not only the writer’s character and intellect but also their inner reasons, just by looking at their written script. She has a way of getting right to the heart of an individual’s mentality. Hailing from Ambala, Sahiba I Vasudev is the owner of Soulszest.Having a psychology background she is very well versed with the fact that the initial years of like especially up till the age of 12, for a person’s psychological growth. She knows that the “Subconscious Mind” is the repository for all of the life events. As a result of which her desire to learn more about life’s script drove her to delve deeper into life’s principles and learn how the subconscious mind functions.
Talking about the cause that led her inclination towards this profession, Sahiba stated, “ I have always been fascinated by the concept that the pen is the sub-conscious mind’s tongue, and that while a person’s personality may not lead to their identity, their handwriting can. Writing appeals to me because it allows my thoughts to wander freely to whatever location it desires. Anyone can readily express their mental process and viewpoint on the world through writing. Even more interesting is the fact that our handwriting is based on what is stored in the subconscious mind, as hands are merely instruments, and the brain is the driving force behind the letter you write.”
Being an eloquent motivator with an unyielding desire to help mankind, she believes in living a life given to her by God and emphasises that the mind, body, emotions, and spirit all need to be cared for in tandem. She assists her clients to realise the maximum potential of their unique vision, brimming with endless heavenly energy and qualified with infinite holistic and psychological education. Sahiba I Vasudev addresses a person’s stumbling blocks and advises on how to implement required modifications into one’s everyday life in order to grow and reach wholeness.