Your mind works in mysterious ways. And those ways can be used to get from it the answers you are looking for, if you know how. Have you ever heard of a proprioceptive writing? This writing technique can change your thoughts.

Sometimes people have problems with writing: they can not focus on writing, they can not collect their thoughts, they do not have new ideas for writing. Proprioceptive writing is a great method for anyone who want to get better at expressing themselves through writing (even medical writing).

Dr. Christiane Northrup tried this method, and that’s what she said: “Proprioceptive Writing is an important adjunct to the healing arts. Through Proprioceptive Writing people learn to express their thoughts without judging themselves, reflect on feelings without guilt or shame, and experience their emotions without being overwhelmed by them—the first step to emotional health.”

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How can you do a proprioceptive writing? Everything is very simple. You need to choose a topic and write while paying attention to your feelings and not judging what comes up.

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Here is a step-by-step overview:

#1. You need to have things such as: a pen, a candle, matches, single sheets of 8½" x 11" white paper, a Baroque playlist that lasts for about 20 minutes.

Why should you listen to Baroque music? This music has a very specific vibration that supports brain functioning.

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#2. You need to lay out a stack of paper (20 sheets or so), then date the first page on the upper right-hand side. You will also number each page as you write, but only on one side, as you will only be writing on one side.

#3. When your paper is ready, you need to start the music and light the candle.

#4.Take a deep breath, and come up writing.

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#5. When you get to the end of the 20 minutes, finish up your current thought.

#6. Then you need to ask the following questions: “How do I feel now?” and “What story am I telling?”

#7. Answer in writing.

#8. Read your “write” out loud.

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All you need to do is listen to the voice in your head. Write what you hear. You need to write everything down that comes up, even if it sounds meaningless. Just remember that every your thought has meaning and significance. And do not forget to read your “write” out loud!

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