This simple easy to do exercise can really help clear a busy mind and keep it clear!
How do I know?
Because I”ve done it and it”s worked for me….
Free flow or Unconscious writing is something I was introduced to about 7 years ago and although I did it for short periods of time I didn’t really see its full value.
To be honest until recently when I read back over some of the things that I’d previously written, as I’d gotten out of the habit of writing I had pretty much forgotten that I did it in the first place!
Reading back though through the sometimes hard to follow writing I was astounded to realised that many of the ramblings, thoughts, dreams, goals & plans that I had written down, had actually come true.
And, I realised that the fears that I had acknowledged on to paper no longer existed.
Noticing how far I had come from then to now, was really unexpected, but a great feeling!
So, what magic practise did I weave, what spells did I set to create this alchemy?
None of that, no hard work or outside influence required, all I did is one simple thing first thing after waking up, it’s simple and you can do too.
When I woke up I picked up my pad and started writing, anything and everything that came into my head and I mean anything!
I just started writing and writing without thinking about it and carried on writing until I didn’t have anything else to say.
Someday’s that could last for 30 minutes and sometimes only 5 or 10 mins.
So, how could those ramblings which were barely readable at times have such a prolific effect on my psyche?
I think it is as simple as this, by writing it down I made it real!
By writing it down I somehow sent a message to say ‘This is it – this is what I want’.
By bringing these thoughts from my ‘unconscious’ or ‘behind the scenes’ thinking into ‘real’ or ‘everyday’ thinking by simply writing the thoughts down, I brought those wants and needs into my own perception meaning that I then chose to do things to make those inner dreams a outer reality.
With the fears, I think the same thing happened only the other way around, by writing them down and exposing them to my conscious mind – it allowed me to somehow recognise the frailty, silliness or unhelpfulness of those thoughts and fears, meaning that they then never seemed relevant so didn’t re-occur.
Some days I wrote and wrote and wrote until my wrists and hands ached and other times I was mind blank so just wrote ‘blah blah blah’ until something popped from my head to my pen and began free flow writing. Sometimes I even started with if i was going to wrote something today what would it be? And then start scribbling it down!
I believe that all of the australian online casinos times are equally important, whether it’s a lot or a little written down, the benefit is the same, it’s out of your head and onto paper, making it more ‘real’.
Someday’s I would have a quick read of what I’d written/scribbled but most days I wouldn’t, I just chose to trust that whatever should have come out of my head, did and by simply doing that I was beginning to create it!
I now know the importance of this daily practise after waking and look forward to even more successes and stories that it will bring me.
If I can do it, you can do it – start now (well after you next wake up!)
Get scribbling! Loran
Btw – If you are feeling that you need some help doing a certain task, perhaps something creative or that includes planning, you can use free flow writing to make it easier for you. Firstly, quieten your mind, do some 4/7 breathing, meditation or simple relaxation techniques – after you’re calm mentally and physically open your eyes and start writing.
By simply thinking about the thing that you want solved your writing will flow in that direction.
If you have a question you want answered, ask the question and allow your free flowing mind to find the answer for you.
Also, if you have any worries, anxieties or stresses – you could free flow write at bedtime, If you get all the thoughts out of your head and onto paper you can have a clearer and calmer mind to allow restful sleep without your mind being busy and searching for answers all night – keeping you restless and/or awake!