Five Element Writing
Find your voice, and embark on a journey of personal development through the magic of writing.

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Sep
19
Simplicity wins. Every time.

Simplicity wins. Every time.

After having neglected writing with pen and paper for a while, I'm once again confirmed in a basic fact of handwriting.
1 min read
Sep
15
Trust your voice.

Trust your voice.

It's difficult to trust your voice, but it's also the most important thing in writing – as well as in personal development.
2 min read
Sep
12
Time to explore.

Time to explore.

Writing is connected to the unknown, and when you get the urge to write, it's because you feel the need of exploring the depths of your being.
2 min read
Sep
08
Listen to your voice (not to others).

Listen to your voice (not to others).

By learning to listen to your voice, you can make decisions in life that bypasses the opinions of others, and start creating your own path.
3 min read
Sep
05
The pitfall of personal development.

The pitfall of personal development.

As seekers we are always under the threat of falling into the greatest pitfall of them all in personal development.
3 min read
Sep
01
The sounds of the alphabet.

The sounds of the alphabet.

How do you use the air-element in your writing without using dialogue? Here is a great exercise for it.
2 min read
Aug
29
Higher awareness.

Higher awareness.

Writing can raise your awareness to connect with something outside yourself, which we have no word for.
2 min read
Aug
25
It's about connecting.

It's about connecting.

Writing is connecting with a source, we have no word for. We cannot explain it, but you don't doubt that you are connecting to something bigger.
4 min read
Aug
22
Grow organically.

Grow organically.

You should always let your mind grow organically in order to take full advantage of your experiences in life.
3 min read
Aug
18
The most important note you ever wrote.

The most important note you ever wrote.

As writers, we have a calling of putting words on life, and given the events of Afghanistan, this old writing exercise is worth a visit.
2 min read