Writing Down Your Soul: How to Activate and Listen to the Extraordinary Voice within
You could pray, meditate, dream, or visit a shaman or a minister or a hypnotherapist. With so many routes into inner consciousness, why write? Of all the ways to get in touch with God, as you understand God...to hear the small, still voice pointing you in the right direction...why take the time to write? One reason: it works. It works amazingly well.
If you want to engage in a vibrant conversation with the wisdom that dwells just a hair below your conscious awareness, write. Write every day, at approximately the same time, with passion, honesty and the intention of speaking with and listening to the voice within.
Janet Conner was escaping a terrible situation of domestic abuse. While trying to work out how she and her son could live and how they could eat, she realised she had hit rock bottom. With no other advisors, she listened to her own inner voice, which told her to start writing. As she did, Janet's inner voice gained clarity and strength and she felt an incredible connection to the divine and almost immediately miracles began to happen.Today, research scientists in psychology, physics, biochemistry and neurology are providing peeks into what consciousness is and how it works. Their findings give us intriguing clues as to what is actually happening in and through our bodies, minds and spirits as we put pen to paper.
WRITING DOWN YOUR SOUL explores some of this research and teaches readers how to access the power and beauty of their own deepest selves.
"..She has developed a special formula for success...I didn't want it to end and will highly recommend it to my clients and colleagues." -- Gail McMeekin, career and creativity coach and the author of The 12 Secrets of Highly Creative Women
Janet Conner is an expert on soul writing, personal prayer and forgiveness. In 2006, UPI invited her to write a column on practical spirituality for Religion and Spirituality. She is, also, the creator of Spiritual Geography, the soul writing system that heals the broken heart. In her previous careers, Janet taught deaf children, developed CNN's original video journalist hiring program,me ran a search firm and designed corporate selection systems.