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Writing Down Your Soul: How to Activate and Listen to the Extraordinary Voice Within

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A book by Janet Conner

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Author: Janet Conner
Genre: Health, Mind & Body, Religion & Spirituality
Publisher: Conari Press
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Writing Down Your Soul

  • May 31, 2010
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The method presented in Writing Down Your Soul is part journaling and part channeling. Essentially, you start off journaling. Not benign topics like the weather or your daily habits, more like dumping your truth onto the pages. All your frustration, all your deepest darkest secrets, and all your fears laid out without any reservations. Complete purging.

The key difference is that your writing is meant to be a conversation. A dialogue between you and God or your higher power (or whatever term you use to denote the sacred or divine). Yes, at first it is one sided, you spilling your guts. But after the emotion is spent, you begin to see answers and solutions.

It's so very easy to get caught up in our own dramas. We are so sure that our secrets are unforgivable so we hold them in but it's the denial that makes us sick. Writing Down Your Soul shows us a better way.

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