It's a mindset.
Five Element Writing can be used for anything in life if you make it a habitual paradigm for your thinking.
Your inner child.
Your inner child and your voice have something in common that all writers share. You simply cannot be a writer without it.
Write from the future.
When writers create change in their lives, they do it through writing. What else? But change can be hard when we are attached to the emotions of the past.
The finish line.
Part of the writing craft makes too many writers never finish their work. It's the hardest and most important part, but also the least romantic.
Handwriting makes you smarter.
Handwriting can be seen as an incredible workout for the brain that enhances its functions in many unforeseen ways.
One eyed vision.
To create a different future we have to first change the space-time constant of our mind. Only then can we turn dream into reality.
Together, towards higher ground.
Bruce Springsteen and his E Street Band's recording of his album “Letter to You” made me reflect on collective consciousness and how hard it is to achieve.
The switch off.
Switching off the mind in a concentrated and constructive way is one of the most giving exercises for stress relief, and it's super easy with pen and paper.
Letter of complaint.
It's perfectly alright to complain about life once in a while, but make sure you do it in a constructive way.
Pen and paper as a practice.
Handwriting delivers results no other practice does in quite the same way.