Albert Flynn DeSilver, author of Writing as a Path to Awakening: A Year to Becoming an Excellent Writer and Living an Awakened Life reminds us:
“Being wild and vulnerable on the page can feel mortifying, embarrassing, even shameful—when we write something inappropriate, revealing, or even dangerous. But getting real and wild against the page is what truly frees us. Self-censorship is debilitating and restrictive, vulnerability is liberating. It’s important to get embodied and stay embodied for the writing, so that you are writing from the authentic heart and not just the conditioned head. Yes, it’s scary; face the fear and do it anyway, and feel the power of speaking your truth!”
Thankful, Grateful and Blessed!