Freedom to say or do

One time I got an astrology reading and the woman, seeing Mars and Venus in my 3rd house of communication and local milieu, said, I “should just write whatever comes out” and publish it on my blog.

The idea seems daunting.

You can see for the most part, you’d get rawness that’s free associative and hard to follow. Once in a while there’d be pearl; if lucky a crystal.

That is what I’m doing now, typing as I “think” – so entirely free association. (Though I’m rereading and tweaking with edit.)

Really it seems strange, not to use a pen. Instead make each finger do a special job.

Each one is responsible for set of actions to create letters on a screen.

Normally, writing, I use only right hand index, thumb and forefinger. The rest of my hands are silent curled. The left one holds the paper down passively contributing. If I decide sometimes to write with my left, which I can and do- it seems my thoughts shift a little- as if from a different perspective. Try it, you’ll see.

LOL.

Maybe typing’s ‘better’, as in able to give even more full expression of being. Not sure, more to follow. Though I admit, I can get carried away typing- writing becomes substantially different than the words I first wrote. It seems I get two more pages for each one in script.

Perhaps learning penmanship is for initial “artwork” then- and very important one too. To see in front of you, created words from hands. Pen and paper are easy to come by, and so accessible.

Why not learn to beautifully write one’s name! Typing enhances one’s full expression; I’m grateful for my sixth grade class; can’t believe even then it was an elective.

When brain is forced to process sensations to and from each fingertip – His majesty, the “brain” puts them to work. Otherwise they might be fluttering like tips of a bird’s wing (depends on the winds).

What do you think? Please leave a comment.

C’est tout.

PS Each finger processes their tasks differently – have both (because they’re one) planetary and organ energy meridian associations. TCM is also placebo= based on the desire for inner peace, but accurate at the same time.

Once associations are (culturally) evolved and agreed upon, the ‘medicine’ can be dispensed.

By Dr. Jen Wyman-Clemons, MD

Dr. Wyman-Clemons treats the body, mind, emotions as well as spiritual wellness using tools described by established teachers and authors and her own experiences. She has ~thirty years of clinical experience as an allergy and internal medicine physician (ABAI, ABIM) and recently completed requirements to practice as a yoga teacher, USUI Reiki Master and astrologer.

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