Julia Cameron (author of the book you mentioned) saved my writing ass many years ago. Again, thank you for sharing. #2 is key. To quote her further, from page viii: Once we get those muddy, maddening, confusing thoughts [nebulous worries, jitters, and preoccupations] on the page, we face our day with clearer eyes. (If shes still doing it the same way?) Therefore, if you feel strongly about keeping your obligations, a sense of honor about this, it might be helpful for you. I have also noticed that my swiss cheese memory has not improved as I have aged so it also helps with that too.Take Care BobReply Post a Comment Cancel CommentYour email address will not be published. Tim have you ever done object writing Pat Pattisons technique? This is another daily practice Im juggling and havent quite found a groove between meditation, morning pages and object writing.
but im also do the artists way .ive learne a good crawl After thirty &im Training to draw the human body.doing Meditation every morning .im learning langui. There are huge benefits to writing, even if no one yourself included ever reads what you write. [END] So& Whats The Point Again? There are two ways to interpret the above journal entry, and theyre not mutually exclusive: 1) Im trying to figure things out, and this might help. Like you I didnt read Julias book but I did follow her advice of cranking out 700 1000 words every morning. They simply need to get them out of your head, where theyll otherwise bounce around all day like a bullet ricocheting inside your skull. .. LikeLiked by 1 person Reply Joel Cherrico — January 15, 2015 at 1:18 pm Thank you, Tim.
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