Writing for this blog is helping me to redefine creativity. It is a fantastic physical tool that tremendously supports my mental process. At the beginning of my deprogramming, I was only taking down notes and keywords capturing the main symbols that I saw in visualizations. The more I did it, the more I realized how important it was to start putting disconnected pieces of the puzzle together. Further on, I started getting more and more inspiration and ideas about subjects that I needed to cover. Most of them came to me during sleep, and in the morning, I would wake up knowing exactly what my next post will be. By writing every day, I have improved my eloquence and ability to express myself.
Like any form of creative expression, it has contributed my release work. I could define my emotions/thoughts/ideas better by examining them first, and then writing them down. These ideas are non-physical, but they have consistency, weight, shape, color, and sound. When they are expressed, they are not within my energy field anymore. They are being released up together with the psychic cords that I no longer need. Through writing, I relieve my body of burdens and tension from processing too many thoughts at the same time. That leaves more room within my body to handle more experiences. I didn’t realize that before. It feels wonderful.
I think writing will also help those of you who are struggling to remember things or staying focused. When you put your thoughts on paper or a file on your computer, you are rearranging your mind-files and creating a physical structure of something that is not physical yet.
Becoming an observer
I like to call this practice ‘mind-sharpening’ because as I write, I exercise to express myself with more specificity and precision. My ideas or non-material thoughts develop, become more detailed, specific, and material. I take my time to slow down and observe them from the Oversoul and God-Mind viewpoint. It is a great way to tame the animal mind and the reptilian fight or flight mode.
First, you need to elevate yourself to a neutral position of an observer. Watch those thoughts, examine them and then release them up. If you don’t do that, with the time, they will transform into burdens, worries, and excess emotions that have consistency and weight within the body. Try it for yourself and let me know how it works for you!