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Writing inspiration in 10 minutes or less
Most of the time, when I can't write, it's because I'm locking myself up. I' ve got to write, but nothing comes out. Unfortunately, that doesn't always happens, and I need some tips on how to get my feet into my own private swimming pool of inspirations.
It is very efficient, it gives you the feeling of tranquillity, and it even enhances your wellbeing. I used it today, for example, to write an essay for which I already knew the title. Though I took some profound breathings to start, and I began to concentrate on my breathing going in and out.
They can also concentrate on your own bodies. I, for myself, like to switch between the sensation of my whole being and my breathing. If I can sense my whole being, I can really sense how the energetic life in my own being comes to life. It gets simpler and simpler with age. At the beginning you may experience opposition, because if you have never done this before, you probably have some remaining emotion and tension in your orbit.
Since I did this for less than 10 mins, I felt clear, at ease and inspired to write. Opened my eye, took my remote keypad (I don't like to write on laptops) and began to write while I felt my own bodies and was rooted in the now. I' m focused on putting my inspirations on board.
It doesn't work for me at all when I know anyone can come into the room at any moment, so make sure you find a place to rest and soak. Brainstorm a subject, clarifying something that you rely on, or even feel what moves you should take next in your being.
Begin with a few low breathing and then concentrate fully on your breathing. They will get entangled in them from there. If that happens, concentrate on your breathing and move on. Write. As soon as you have done this for a few moments, you will experience a feeling of peace and clear.
You' ll know when you've done enough, because you'll have a feeling of calmness, tranquility and happiness. You' ve no longer got any excuses not to write.