In Writing Down the Bones: Freeing the Writer Within, Natalie Goldberg says: "Write what disturbs you, what you fear, what you have not been willing to speak out. Be willing to split open."
Ask yourself: What disturbs me? What do I fear? What have I not been willing to speak out?
Focus on the image above. Notice if there are places where it become uncomfortable; stay focused. Allow as many details as possible to penetrate straight to your bones.
Journal about the primary feeling that arises: What is its name? What color is it? How does it show up in your body, mind and soul? What kind of character would it be if you were writing about it? Let your inner spirit guide you here. Trust the magic of the pen.
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