Last updated Mar. 22, 2019
How to Activate and Listen to Extraordinary Voice Within
“…writing down your soul is about accessing inner wisdom and receiving guidance.” Janet Conner
Complaining doesn’t change anything. At some point, friends don’t stand it any longer and the Ph.D. degree that you have about what you don’t want just makes you stay stuck.
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Here’s the thing:
Deep level journaling works on cleaning the mind of the clutter if it’s done consistently, writing every day.
At first, the mind stays into beta and after a while goes to mid alpha and eventually theta. Writing Down Your Soul helps with this process.
Janet Conner through a traumatic divorce experience discovered the healing power behind soul writing journaling.
She explains why writing helps to release blocked memories and how the brain works and what happens as we write.
She calls that inner wisdom “the voice” but it can be called God or the universe, the name you feel comfortable with.
Recommended: Mindfulness and Meditation
So let’s get to work.
Soul writing is like a written conversation with a dear friend with wisdom and no judgment where you can pour your thoughts and feelings out on paper and also ask questions.
The process implies writing really fast, no time for checking grammar or any editing.
- Create a schedule.
- Set your intention.
- Write with a purpose.
The process is inexpensive, a notebook, and a pen and you are ready for deep soul writing.
It’s up to you to keep or destroy the notebooks-journals.
A therapist help could be necessary depending on the case.
All this deep soul writing leads to taking action and changing for the better.
Another book written by Janet Conner is The Lotus and The Lily.
Writer: Janet Conner
Writing down your soul: how to activate and listen to the extraordinary voice within
Published by Conari Press, 2008