Updated: Jul 19, 2021
The Power in Pen to Paper.
Writing, just in itself, has so many benefits to your health and well-being. as it is.
The research points to evidence filled with miraculous results, from feeling happier, to thinking
clearer, to being far more on purpose and lighter of heart and open to more joy and forgiveness.
These benefits are treasures in themselves.
Across the centuries, we have heard of writing techniques that led to creative breakthroughs for
authors, writers, and creators. Now, how about the advantage of being able to release grudges
that block you with another person, and especially yourself?
“To Write is not a new-age tool, it is a sacred tool, a tool that most people don't truthfully understand and recognize as beneficial. "
If you go through the process it will help you in more ways than you can imagine. As all the
answers are within you, writing is what is going to open the gates for the energy to flow out. Plus, everyone can write nowadays.
People are losing the magic of writing as we rush through our personal mental notes, blocking our own voices, stifling our heart's true desires with what we think we need, ignoring the true whispers of our soul, which lead us always to the things we want the most.
So, why write?
Very simple, you write to support yourself to better organize your thoughts and feelings into clearer and positive actions. You write to get rid of the trapped negatives that are going off in your
mind, in your body, or simply when you catch yourself in a negative action. You write to feel better
,lighter, clearer. You write to create a sacred space within, so that your own thoughts, which are
your ideas and treasures, are safe and protected from the doubts and the fears that will interrupt
and rob you of your well-being and happy thoughts.