Intuitive writing is a practice that I encourage everyone to participate in. Intuitive writing is also powerful for a variety of reasons.
Firstly, it is an amazing way to express yourself, to uncover your hidden desires, and to create a positive mindset.
Intuitive writing, however, is a bit different and even more powerful
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What is Intuitive Writing?
Intuitive writing is a process of journaling in a somewhat automatic or unconstructed way. You aren’t guided or instructed on what to write about.
There are no prompts on writing about your day, or about your crush. You freely write about whatever comes to mind.
By picking up the pen and writing!
And writing and writing, and writing, until you’ve run out of what to write about!
How to Intuitively Write
The best way to begin intuitive writing is to do it when you feel inclined to!
I find because I pick up on others energy and hold a lot of those emotions and energy in, I need to use intuitive journaling every day as a way to ground myself. This is one of the ways I learn to love myself and connect with my soul as an Empath.
I like to imagine the energy travel from my heart chakra into Mother Earth, and feeling secure and grounded with all that’s around me.
After that, close your eyes and ask your spirit guides for guidance and communication in the highest and best way.
Once you make that command, open your eyes and just write.
With intuitive writing, there will be no structure and probably no flow to your writing. There may not even be any sentences.
But it is all coming through in the highest and best way.
There will be words, thoughts, and feelings that your subconscious and soul have been trying to communicate to you, but what your ego and conscious mind may have hidden from you!
There have been some writing sessions where I have just written based on my feelings; whether sadness and fear or love and gratitude.