Hi Nick, the very first stages of writing is an unconditional self-exploration which means there cannot exist any expectation on it being 'well done' or 'valid' or any other judgment as that is precisely what's making it difficult. So, look at what are the fears, expectations or points of comparison in relation to writing yourself out and in that realize that any form of resistance is only a mechanism with which we simply 'hit a blank' because we are already wanting to get to something, or fitting into a certain idea of what writing should be.S pretty much its comes to the point of it being hard for me to write with certainty. Its like I build up this purposeful confusion within writing,or as if it is valid or not. Pretty much just allot of resistance.
I'll just say, the hell with it, and post one of scattered ramblings of whatever. I realize that it might not make much sense to others (I didn't even make sense to me), but for me it's off of my desk, and now I am able to continue on with other stuff.
In this 7 Year Journey to Life the following Guideline is Essential to Grasp. You are Writing to Place down into the Physical a Time-Measurement, an Objective, a Goal, a Commitment, a Principle, a Code by which You Want to Live. Then during the Day you are Walking that at the Cutting-Edge of Time, you are either going to Correct Yourself and thus Change by Applying the Principles that you have placed as your Guide in Writing – it’s like Writing your Corrective Code – or you’re Just going to ‘Feel Better’ because ‘You did the writing’ which means You are Not Walking the Process for Real Change, you’re only doing it for Release. That’s why the word ‘Release’ and the word ‘Real’ is in fact the same word with some letters that are changed – it’s Real-Ease or Release, isn’t it? So – the point here is Self-Honesty, you’re either Writing to Actually Change which means you Fundamentally Change your Nature and your Preprogramming or you’re Writing to Release. - Day 469: Self Realization, Writing and Time
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