I have always struggled with writing and for years I believed that I just couldn’t write. At school, though maths and science was easy, I could never quite grasp the mechanics of how to write. I remember one of my teachers told me once that I had good ideas, but I needed to flesh them out – my prose read like a telegram. I couldn’t understand what she meant and she wasn’t able to explain it to me. Now, years later, I read what I wrote then and agree with her – I was writing telegrams!
In a way, I feel somewhat cheated of the opportunity to express myself creatively through writing, something which I now love doing. But, at the same time, I understand that it’s all a process and a journey and something which we all learn at different speeds and different times in our lives. In my case, becoming a teacher gave me the opportunity to learn all the things I had missed in my own schooling and understand how to structure my writing, but I still lacked self-confidence for a while. And that’s where Resonance Repatterning came to the rescue!
Through the Writing Repatterning, Self-Image Repatterning, Belief Repatterning, Creative Self-Expression Repatterning and more, I was able to shift the energy blocks that have been holding me back and reach a point where I enjoy writing and have the courage to publish a blog post like this one! It’s an ongoing process to be sure, but I feel like I am light-years ahead of where I was and keen to help others discover this joy.
So what about you? Have you found your writing voice yet? Do you love writing, but struggle with writer’s block? Perhaps you know just what to say, but wrestle with the idea of putting yourself out there, sharing your writing and ideas with others, and stepping into the limelight. Resonance Repatterning can help with all these problems and so much more!
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Thank you Sophia. Empowering to hear how you moved beyond difficulties in expressing yourself and are now offering guidance to others. Brava!
Another resource is the Vimala alphabet. In her book, “ Your Handwriting Can Save Your Life, “ Vimala Richards explains how the way we form letters impacts brain function and personality. Hard to believe…but I found her work to be truly revolutionary.
Thank you, Tina. And thank you for mentioning the Vimala alphabet. I have heard about it before (quite possibly from you! – didn’t you mention it in an article here on the Journal at some point?), but I completely forgot that I wanted to look into it, so thanks for the reminder. 🙂