Self Story Writing

Writing self stories

Mizsy Elliott loves this self-proclaimed'Funky White Sister' Covering'Work It'. Self-development courses & personal development programs. It' not always easy to write stories about your life. And you could look at your point of view as the moral of your story. For the twenty-first century, we propose that writing can be used to promote the kind of vocational learning that is needed.

Your story: Write as a tool for self-discovery

To write face-to-face stories "is a great way to get clearness, to be present in your lives and also to be a testimony in your life," says Nancy Slonim Aronie, writer of Writing from the Heart. Writing from the Heart. "You just get into writing and stop with the hyperactive brains thing," she says. One part of what makes writing a mighty instrument of self-discovery is its capacity to concentrate the mind:

"The writing experience requires a certain calmness that the remainder of the daily often does not allow," says Eric Maisel, originator of creativity training and naturally occurring psychological research, which concentrates on the essence of importance. Eric's deep writing processes, which can be used in any formats, from journals to fiction, are built on creating a secure enviroment in which the volumes of creativity can run free.

"The basic concept is that there is no criticism or passing on - you don't have to be worried about writing something and having it taken apart as soon as you split it," Eric says. Madeelyn Kent's senses writing uses a one-of-a-kind blend of writing and Feldenkrais-inspired motion to help individuals explore their inner experienc.

"As soon as we find the relationship between motion, thoughts and emotion, we find new parts of history that we didn't know were there - like when your eye gets used to the darkness," she says. "The tales we thought began and ended in a certain place, begin to move and change."

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It allows me to find ways to construct and further systematise small histories based on the analyses of soft and soft topics, a realm for the narratives and identity analyses in daily story telling. Little story research, which I initially devised for the studies of story-telling practice by young women perpetrators, has led the publicity of''non-canonical'' and under-represented - certainly in interviews of story-telling studies - narratives: i.e. open, multi-authorised, portable, jagged, with an emphases on the commonplace, etc.

I have started in my most recent work (2012, 2013a, ess, 2014a) to record what I have named "breaking news" as an ever more conspicuous little story generation of great importance for the technically conveyed daily lives of common men, closely related to societal medias (e.g. the capacity to divide and refresh living experiences as often as necessary) and medias convergencys.

Normativeness and even the precondition for the supposition of the event raise new issues and challenge to story analytics and require on the one side the examination of certain basic conceptions and on the other the creation of a new analytic terminology. All the more so in the contexts of cannonical assumptions within autobiographic research that the narration/writing of the self requires a degree of temporal detachment from occurrences and a reflective processes that is just not available in the immediateness of the instant.

The contextualised analyses should shed insight into how the possession, justification and reception of histories change in the history of the present and what types of histories and self-projects are regarded as narrative and circulable, where, with whom and how. What shifts the narrative of the story of the instant across different mediums and what are the mobilizations of half-erotic modes to do what, when and how?

What are the ways in which the" connected audience" (e.g. Like, Follow, Share) uses it? I' ve already created two approaches, storytelling and scripting (2014b, 2015), which help me to present the genre of the letter of the instant: its dissemination; co-authored issues; the narrator's position; their relationship to societal medias facilitated process such as: collapsing contexts, replication, (re)localization of contents.

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