People don’t do a lot of writing these days because it’s easier to text or to use their computer. However when it comes to commitments, of any kind, putting it down on paper in your own hand-writing creates an ideo-motor response that goes directly from the hand to the brain. This makes it extremely powerful in increasing your ability to retain positive thinking.
When I first heard about using writing as a tool, I thought it was poppy-cock, just someone else’s quirky way of getting known. However, the coach I was working with at the time requested that I start doing this and since I was committed to making changes within my own mind, I said I would, in British vernacular, “give it a go.”`
I ultimately found it to be quite amazing. It allowed me to see what I had in my life, gave me a way to get rid of feelings without talking to someone and it opened my eyes to a myriad of new possibilities.
I love to hear from clients how their writing is helping them to create all the wonderful things they deserve in life.
Although like everyone, I will continue to learn until the day I die, looking back in these journals allows me to see just how far I’ve come. The mind is absolutely astonishing in the power it has to accept change however to make that happen you have to take action.
‘Til next time
Have a positive fulfilling week
Live With Abundance and Gratitude
PS. Watch for details and registration for the new virtual summit I am hosting that launches on December 7th, 2020 “Divorced & Rediscovering Yourself – Thriving in Your Changing World” with 10 Rock-star Speakers who are going to talk about everything you could possibly want during the challenging time of divorce. Just a sample: Dating after divorce, parenting, staying debt free, thinking positively Plus so much more. Information will be in your email boxes this week.