How To Receive Advance Information From God In Writing

Written by By Barbara Rose

This ability IS your gut instincts in writing. It carries profound accuracy, and is available to you every moment.

That “still small voice” within, that “gut feeling” or sudden brilliant idea, IS God communicating to you to help you in your life.

You may not believe in God, nor do you have to. This is fine.

You do not have to callrepparttar source of this wisdom “God.” You can call it intuition, your higher self, common sense, higher consciousness, your deepest wisdom,repparttar 129481 collective unconscious.

Wisdom does not need a name.

Your gut instincts in writing can suffice as far as naming this ability.

The most important aspect of this is that you access your highest wisdom to achieve, clarify, or gain a higher perspective, to help you in any area of your life.

Here is how you do it.

1. Go into a room where you feel most comfortable where there are no outside distractions.

2. Sit or lie on pillows, and get into a comfortable position to write.

3. Take five to seven deep breaths.

4. Ask to be connected to whatever name you give your highest and deepest source of guidance or wisdom.

5. Ask for onlyrepparttar 129482 pure truth, to come to your mind in writing.

(You can pray for divine protection if you believe in this, or you can simply say in your own mind that you request ONLYrepparttar 129483 highest and purest truth. If you believe in prayer, you can read psalm 121 fromrepparttar 129484 bible before you begin. Or you can simply tell yourself that you are now going to access and bring your highest wisdom forth into your conscious mind.)

6. Take several deep breaths, in through your nose, and out of your mouth.

7. Write your questions down. Then write Thank You for this wisdom in advance. (Personally, I write: “Thank You God for Divine, Perfect Truth in Advance. Love, Barbara.") You may phrase your thank you in any way you prefer. Just know that you are about to receive wisdom, and an attitude of gratitude is best for this.

8. As words and thoughts come into your mind, start writing. Do NOT censor, or try to make any sense ofrepparttar 129485 words as they come into your mind. You can analyze all you want when you are finished. Just write every word as fast as you can. Abbreviate words. For example: Rather than writerepparttar 129486 word “with” I write “w/.”

9. No matter what words come into your mind, write them down.

(You may not believe a lot ofrepparttar 129487 words that come to mind, (I used to think “this is bull” or “No way!” or “I don’t believe this” when I received information in writing. And yet, they ALL turned out to berepparttar 129488 truth!)

Ask Jeff- How do I get my novel finished?

Written by Jeff Heisler

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Title: Ask Jeff- How do I get my novel finished? by Jeff Heisler


Q: "Dear Jeff. How do I get my novel finished? I set a goal to have it done by end ofrepparttar 129478 year and I've still got a long way to go. Any suggestions?" - Pam.

Jeff: A lot of writers have this problem. Fortunately there's a tool you can use to keep you on track. What you need is a quota.

Some writers are lucky that they don't have to push themselves to finish. They enjoy sitting atrepparttar 129479 keyboard so much- it's easy for them to finish novel after novel. Stephen King once described his writing output as "diarrhea ofrepparttar 129480 keyboard." What? Were you expecting something rosy fromrepparttar 129481 king of horror?

Forrepparttar 129482 rest of us- and it does include some major literary talents- we need a system to keep us on track. That's whererepparttar 129483 quota comes in.

I highly suggest using word count for a quota. Set a number of words forrepparttar 129484 day and be sure to meet it. Find a comfortable daily output. Many bestselling authors have 1,000 or 2,000 word daily quotas. Others have less.

Earnest Hemingway- THE writer, used a quota. People tell stories of Papa Hemingway sitting atrepparttar 129485 corner ofrepparttar 129486 bar, hovered over his hand written pages. He mumbled to himself as he counted each and every word.

Others use a page quota. BAD IDEA.

Look, your brain doesn't like to work any harder than it has too. If you give your creative mind an assignment to write 2 pages of manuscript, you'll end up with a lot of this:

"Hey Sam?"



"Yeah, over here."

"How are ya Sam."

yada yada yada. . .

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